Join James Ernest and Mark Fightmaster as they welcome former Bearcat Wide Receiver Dominick Goodman to the show. At Cincinnati, Dominick went on to have several successful seasons, as he was ranked 4th on the career receiving list, 10th in receiving yards, 3rd in touchdowns in Cincinnati history. Cincinnati Commandos
After the 2009 outdoor season was over, Goodman signed to play indoor football with the Cincinnati Commandos, of the Continental Indoor Football League. Goodman posted outstanding numbers in his rookie season which saw him lead the league in catches (47), yards (473), and touchdowns (18). Goodman also started one game at quarterback, against the Wisconsin Wolfpack, which he completed 7 of 12 passes for 26 yards and no touchdowns. Dominick also had 25 rush attempts for 93 yards and 4 touchdowns. His offensive versatility proved him to be a force. As a result of his great season, he was named the 2010 CIFL Offensive Player of the Year.
Prior to the start of the CIFL playoffs, Goodman left to play for the Dresden Monarchs of the German Football League. Joining a team that was 1-4 before his arrival, Goodman helped the Monarchs finish 7-7 and make the GFL’s semifinals for only the second time in the team’s history. Playing only nine of the Monarch’s 14 games, Goodman finished second on the team in catches (50) and yards (720) and was also second on the team with three interceptions.
Northern Kentucky River Monsters
In early 2011, it was announced that Goodman has signed with the Northern Kentucky River Monsters. He did in fact sign with the River Monsters, but was also drawing interest from the Arena Football League. So when the Cleveland Gladiators put an offer on the table, Goodman signed, and never played for the River Monsters.
Goodman has played since 2011 with the Cleveland Gladiators of the Arena Football league, and has been one of the top receivers in the league.