Nightmares manager Jimmy Mitchell has hovered around .500 since joining the OIL in 2015, but he does have one playoff appearance. He chose the Nightmares moniker from a list of ideas Cliburn matriculated during the latest round of expansion. Unfortunately, he couldn't convince his brother, who was also on the 2006 SECFOR mission, join with him.
Nightmares manager Jimmy Mitchell holds the record for least points in a single week. He scored 51.30 points against the Blue Falcons in 2015. It isn't the most glamorous record to own, but few managers can boast of setting an OIL record in their first season of competition.
"Momma, that's one scary cowboy" - Five-year-old future OIL Commissioner Justin C Cliburn when he saw a cardboard Freddy Krueger display at the video store.
That's my earliest memory of A Nightmare on Elm Street and Freddy Krueger. Perhaps that's why I never got into horror films. But PFC manager Jimmy Mitchell is into horror films . . . so much that he named his franchise after one near and dear to his heart.
Today they unveiled their Freddy Krueger-inspired logo and uniforms. They perfectly capture the mood of their horror movie namesake. The Nightmares were designed by Michael Taylor Design.
The OIL's expansion conference is five members away from full participation in 2015. The potential members thus far are:
If you know any SECFOR guys interested in joining the OIL, refer them to Cliburn's email address or Facebook account. Have them check out our expansion page for franchise name ideas.
Jimmy Mitchell has reserved a spot in the OIL when it expands to a third conference. He's chosen the name Nightmares for his OIL franchise. Mitchell spent the 2006 SECFOR mission at Camp Liberty with the bulk of the 158. He was a member of SSG Taylor's squad along with Brake (manager of the PFC's Boomtown Brawlers). His Nightmares franchise is inspired by the cult-classic horror films of the 1980s. They boast a menacing look of red, black, and gray. No other OIL franchise uses that color scheme in same way, although Henderson and Morgan come close.