2012 Nebraska Danger season

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2012 Nebraska Danger season
OwnerCharlie Bosselman
Head coachMike Davis
Home field Eihusen Arena
Results
Record5–9
Conference place6th, Intense

The 2012 Nebraska Danger season was the second season for the Nebraska Danger as a professional indoor football franchise and their second in the Indoor Football League (IFL). One of 16 teams competing in the IFL for the 2012 season, the Nebraska Danger were members of the Intense Conference. [1]

Contents

The team played their home games under head coach Mike Davis at the Eihusen Arena in Grand Island, Nebraska. [2] The Danger earned a 5–9 record, placing 6th in the Intense Conference, and failed to qualify for post-season play. [3]

Schedule

Key:   Win  Tie  Loss   Bye

Preseason

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocation
ScoreRecord
1ThursdayFebruary 237:05pm Nebraska Lawdawgs W 58–0 [4] 1–0 Eihusen Arena

Regular season

All start times are local

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocation
ScoreRecord
1 BYE
2 BYE
3SundayMarch 46:05pm Tri-Cities Fever L 23–38 [5] [6] 0–1 Eihusen Arena
4MondayMarch 127:05pm Omaha Beef W 48–34 [7] 1–1 Eihusen Arena
5 BYE
6FridayMarch 237:05pm Wyoming Cavalry L 43–44 [8] 1–2 Eihusen Arena
7SaturdayMarch 317:05pmat Allen Wranglers L 57–86 [9] 1–3 Allen Event Center [10]
8ThursdayApril 57:05pmat Everett Raptors L 35–52 [11] [12] 1–4 Comcast Arena
9SaturdayApril 147:05pm Wichita Wild W 42–27 [13] [14] 2–4 Eihusen Arena
10SaturdayApril 217:00pmat Sioux Falls Storm L 49–76 [15] 2–5 Sioux Falls Arena
11FridayApril 277:05pm Everett Raptors W 68–59 [16] [17] 3–5 Eihusen Arena
12SaturdayMay 57:05pmat Colorado Ice W 45–33 [18] [19] [20] 4–5 Budweiser Events Center
13SaturdayMay 127:05pmat Omaha Beef L 54–68 [21] 4–6 Ralston Arena
14SaturdayMay 197:05pmat Wichita Wild L 50–57 [22] 4–7 Hartman Arena
15 BYE
16SaturdayJune 27:05pm Allen Wranglers L 62–71 [23] 4–8 Eihusen Arena [24]
17SaturdayJune 97:05pm Omaha Beef W 50–34 [25] [26] 5–8 Eihusen Arena
18SaturdayJune 167:05pmat Cedar Rapids Titans L 38–42 [27] [28] 5–9 Cedar Rapids Ice Arena

Roster

2012 Nebraska Danger roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

  • 20Daniel Libre
  • 24Travares Pressley

Wide Receivers

  •  5Chris Bell
  •  4Kayne Farquharson
  • 13Austin Tolliver
Offensive Linemen
  • 75Isaiah Agson
  • 76Darren Marquez
  • 55James Poynter
  • 72Darius Savage

Defensive Linemen

  • 44Michael Atunrase
  • 45Dedrick Tucker
Linebackers
  •  9Derrick Byrd

Defensive Backs

  • 13Pig Brown
  • 22Carl Gettis
  • 11Darnell Jackson
  •  6Roy Polite
  •  7Bryan Thomas

Kickers

  • 17George Pierson
Injured Reserve
  • Currently vacant

Exempt List

  • Currently vacant

Practice Squad

  • Currently vacant

Roster updated June 16, 2012
23 Active, 0 Inactive, 0 PS

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Standings

2012 Intense Conference
WLTPCTPFPADIVGBSTK
y Tri-Cities Fever 12200.85775061912-0---W2
x Allen Wranglers 9500.6438426709-43.0W3
x Wichita Wild 8600.5716586815-34.0L1
x Colorado Ice 8600.5716815958-54.0L2
Everett Raptors 5900.3576967815-97.0L1
Nebraska Danger 5900.3576647213-67.0L1
Wyoming Cavalry 41000.2866197623-88.0L2
New Mexico Stars 21200.1435417642-1210.0L9

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