Bo Scarbrough is rounding into form just as the Birmingham Stallions are reaching the postseason.

The former Alabama running back, who finished his college career in 2017, turned in his second straight 100-yard performance on Sunday, this time he went for 27 carries and 100 yards with a long of 18 yards in the Stallions’ USFL 26-16 win over the Pittsburgh Maulers. The postseason will be played in Canton, Ohio after all of the regular season games were played in Birmingham, Alabama.

The Stallions are the only team this season with a win over every other USFL team.

Coach Skip Holtz read the team’s official invitation he received coming off the field.

“We will see you in Canton on June 25,” he read, then turned to his own message to his players. “… Proud of you, proud of the way you play together. We make mistakes, but we keep banging that rock. Keep lifting each other up and keep finding a way. I’m proud of you and I’m proud of your efforts.”