2013 Colorado Ice season

Last updated
2013 Colorado Ice season
OwnerTom Wigley
Head coachHeron O'Neal
General managerCollins Sanders
Home field Budweiser Events Center
Results
Record8–4
Division placeIntense Conference

The 2013 Colorado Ice season was the team's seventh season as a football franchise and fifth in the Indoor Football League (IFL). Founded in 2007 as part of United Indoor Football, the Colorado Ice became charter members of the IFL when the UIF merged with the Intense Football League before the 2009 season. One of just nine teams that competed in the IFL for the 2013 season, the Fort Collins-based Colorado Ice were members of the Intense Conference. [1] In their second season under head coach Heron O'Neal, the team played their home games at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland, Colorado. [2]

Contents

Off-field moves

Shortly before the 2013 season began, the owner of the Cheyenne Warriors died which forced that team to suspend operations and the IFL to revise its schedule to accommodate the now 9-team league. [2] [3]

In late May 2013, the team extended the contract of head coach Heron O'Neal through the 2017 season. [4]

Schedule

Key:   Win  Tie  Loss   Bye

Preseason

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocation
Final ScoreRecord
1ThursdayFebruary 217:00pm Metro State Roadrunners W 105–01–0 Budweiser Events Center [5] [6]

Regular season

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponent [1] ResultsLocation
Final ScoreRecord
1 BYE
2 BYE
3FridayMarch 17:00pm Tri-Cities Fever W 42–38 [7] [8] 1–0 Budweiser Events Center [9] [10]
4SaturdayMarch 97:00pmat Nebraska Danger L 50–73 [11] [12] 1–1 Eihusen Arena [13] [14]
5SundayMarch 173:00pm Green Bay Blizzard W 24–20 [15] [16] 2–1 Budweiser Events Center [17]
6SundayMarch 243:00pm Sioux Falls Storm W 37–33 [18] [19] 3–1 Budweiser Events Center [20] [21] [22]
7FridayMarch 297:05pmat Wyoming Cavalry W 54–36 [23] [24] 4–1 Casper Events Center [25]
8 BYE
9SaturdayApril 136:00pm Nebraska Danger W 32–12 [26] [27] 5–1 Budweiser Events Center [28] [29]
10SaturdayApril 207:05pmat Sioux Falls Storm L 43–45 [30] [31] 5–2 Sioux Falls Arena [32]
11FridayApril 267:00pmat Nebraska Danger L 66–69 [33] [34] 5–3 Eihusen Arena [35] [36]
12FridayMay 37:05pmat Wyoming Cavalry W 51–41 [37] [38] 6–3 Casper Events Center [39] [40]
13 BYE
14SaturdayMay 186:00pm Tri-Cities Fever W 39–35 [41] [42] 7–3 Budweiser Events Center [43] [44]
15SaturdayMay 257:05pmat Tri-Cities Fever L 37–41 [45] 7–4 Toyota Center [46] [47]
16SaturdayJune 17:05pmat Texas Revolution W 63–26 [48] [49] 8–4 Allen Event Center [50] [51]
17FridayJune 77:00pm Nebraska Danger L 55–67 [52] [53] 8–5 Budweiser Events Center [54]
18SaturdayJune 156:00pm Wyoming Cavalry W 58–43 [55] 9–5 Budweiser Events Center

Roster

2013 Colorado Ice roster
Quarterbacks
  • 13Willie Copeland

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

  •  1Jason Barnes
  • 88Justin Helwege
  •  3Kyle Kaiser
  • 85Patrick Walker
Offensive Linemen
  • 54Abdul Kuyateh
  • 72Dameon Terry
  • 78Mike Trice

Defensive Linemen

  • 51Marquis George
  • 48Christopher Mayes
  • 40Conrad Obi
  • 55Anthony Perkins
Linebackers
  • 11Greg Jackson
  •  5Rico McCoy
  •  7Mycal Sisson

Defensive Backs

  • 19Michael Eby
  •  6Moses Ellis Jr.
  • 24Jovan Jackson
  • 22Lamar Market
  • 20Corey Sample

Kickers

  •  9Aric Goodman
Injured Reserve
  • Currently vacant

Exempt List

  • Currently vacant

Practice Squad

  • Currently vacant

Rookies in italics
Roster updated March 26, 2013
37 Active, 0 Inactive, 0 PS

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Standings

2013 Intense Conference
WLTPCTPFPADIVGBSTK
y - Nebraska Danger 10400.7147676555-20.0W4
x - Colorado Ice 9500.6436515795-31.0L1
Tri-Cities Fever 6800.4296265914-44.0W1
Wyoming Cavalry 11300.0714337541-79.0L9

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