Mississippi Hound Dogs
The Hound Dogs name is an homage to Tupelo's best-known native, the "King of Rock 'n Roll" Elvis Presley, in particular his cover version of "Hound Dog", which became that song's best-known version and one of Presley's best-known recordings in general.
The Hound Dogs were the third indoor football team to play in Tupelo, after the Tupelo FireAnts of the National Indoor Football League and the Mississippi MudCats of the American Indoor Football Association.
On August 16, 2011 the team announced that Martino Theus would be the team's first ever head coach.
On April 24, 2012, the league announced that it had taken over operations of the Mississippi Hound Dogs due to financial difficulty, and modified their schedule to make them a travel-only squad.
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