2013 Nebraska Danger season

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2013 Nebraska Danger season
OwnerCharlie Bosselman
Head coachMike Davis
Home field Eihusen Arena
Results
Record11–5
Conference place1st Intense
Playoff finishLost 2013 United Bowl

The 2013 Nebraska Danger season was the third season for the Nebraska Danger as a football franchise and their third in the Indoor Football League. One of just nine teams competing in the IFL for the 2013 season, the Nebraska Danger are members of the Intense Conference. [1] The team played their home games under head coach Mike Davis at the Eihusen Arena in Grand Island, Nebraska.

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Season summary

The Danger were successful in the regular season, clinching the Intense Conference and qualifying for the IFL playoffs. [2] The team defeated the Colorado Ice to win the Intense Conference and reach the United Bowl but fell in the championship game to the Sioux Falls Storm 40-43. [3] [4]

The Danger were named the IFL Franchise of the Year for 2013. Quarterback Jameel Sewell was named both the IFL's Most Valuable Player and its Offensive Player of the Year. [4]

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. [5]

Schedule

Key:   Win  Tie  Loss   Bye

Preseason

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocation [1]
Final ScoreRecord
1SaturdayFebruary 237:05pm Lincoln Haymakers W 56–211–0 Eihusen Arena

Regular season

All start times are local

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocation [1]
Final ScoreRecord
1 BYE
2 BYE
3SaturdayMarch 27:00pm Sioux Falls Storm W 30–21 [6] [7] 1–0 Eihusen Arena [8]
4SaturdayMarch 97:00pm Colorado Ice W 73–50 [9] [10] 2–0 Eihusen Arena [11]
5FridayMarch 157:05pmat Tri-Cities Fever L 31–44 [12] [13] 2–1 Toyota Center
6FridayMarch 227:00pm Wyoming Cavalry W 62–35 [14] [15] 3–1 Eihusen Arena
7 BYE
8SaturdayApril 67:00pm Texas Revolution W 53–50 [16] [17] 4–1 Eihusen Arena
9SaturdayApril 136:00pmat Colorado Ice L 12–32 [18] [19] 4–2 Budweiser Events Center [20]
10SaturdayApril 207:05pmat Texas Revolution W 62-47 [21] [22] 5–2 Allen Event Center
11FridayApril 267:00pm Colorado Ice W 69-66 [23] [24] 6–2 Eihusen Arena [25]
12SaturdayMay 47:05pmat Sioux Falls Storm L 41-43 [26] [27] 6–3 Sioux Falls Arena [28]
13FridayMay 107:30pmat Green Bay Blizzard L 47-53 [29] [30] 6–4 Resch Center [31]
14FridayMay 177:05pmat Wyoming Cavalry W 82-53 [32] [33] 7–4 Casper Events Center
15FridayMay 247:00pm Wyoming Cavalry W 69–42 [34] [35] 8–4 Eihusen Arena [2] [36]
16 BYE
17FridayJune 77:00pmat Colorado Ice W 67–55 [37] [38] 9–4 Budweiser Events Center [39] [40]
18SaturdayJune 157:00pm Tri-Cities Fever W 69–64 [41] 10–4 Eihusen Arena

Postseason

RoundDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocation [1]
Final ScoreRecord
Intense Conference ChampionshipSaturdayJune 227:00pm Colorado Ice W 55–50 [42] [3] 1–0 Eihusen Arena
2013 United Bowl SaturdayJune 297:00pmat Sioux Falls Storm L 40–43 [43] [44] 1–1 Sioux Falls Arena [4]

Roster

2013 Nebraska Danger roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

  •  5 Randy Bell
  • 20 Daniel Libre

Wide Receivers

  • 85 Marcus Barnett
  •  4 Kayne Farquharson
  • 15 Andrew Piper-Jordan
Offensive Linemen
  • 55 Conan Amituanai
  • 52 Jorge Guerra
  • 75 D'Angelo McCray
  • 72 Darius Savage

Defensive Linemen

  • 56 Tommy Chavis
  •  8 Adrian Davis
  • 93 Lolomana Mikaele
Linebackers

Defensive Backs

  •  2 Ramon Broadway
  • 13 Pig Brown
  • 26 Kayne Elenburg
  • 22 Carl Gettis

Kickers

  • 17 Brendan Hanaphy
  • 25 Joe Houston
Injured Reserve
  • Currently vacant

Exempt List

  • Currently vacant

Practice Squad

  • Currently vacant

Roster updated March 26, 2013
25 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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