As the end of the fourth quarter approached, everyone got a lesson in arena football quirk. Up 55-54 with about a minute left in the game, the Brigade onside kicked. On a normal field, you'd kick the ball away and hope your defense would get a stop. Here, though, the onside kick was really the best way to get the ball back and run out the clock. The best outcome is recovering the ball, obviously, but failing that, the worst possible outcome is your opponent scores on a short field, gets the two-point conversion, and then your team drives down the field to win it.