CHARLOTTE, NC (06/20/2015) Mark Brown threw three touchdown passes and rushed for another as he led his Charlotte Cobras (5-0) to their first National Public Safety Football League title in team history with a 35-20 win over the San Diego Enforcers (5-1), handing them their second straight loss in the national title game.
The Enforcers drew first blood with a touchdown pass from JJ Carrell to Casey Ryan early in the first quarter. It was the first time the Cobras allowed a team to score this season.
Charlotte answered back with Brown's three-yard touchdown pass to Charlie Davis, tying the game 7-7 to end the first quarter.
After a Jahir Waterman touchdown gave the Enforcers a 14-7 lead with 10:57 left in the first half, the game was delayed for almost an hour due to lightning.
When the game resumed, Brown connected with Kevin Wiggins to tie the game 14-14 going into halftime.
The second half was all Cobras as Rodney Hope's 55-yard interception return touchdown set off a 21-0 scoring run.
The Enforcers added another touchdown to the board with 2:31 left to play, but it wasn't enough to avoid a disappointing end to an outstanding season.