2014 Nebraska Danger season

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2014 Nebraska Danger season
OwnerCharlie Bosselman
Head coachMike Davis
General managerMike McCoy
Home field Eihusen Arena
700 East Stolley Park Rd.
Grand Island, NE 68801
Results
Record10-4
Conference place2nd Intense
Playoff finishWon Intense Conference Championship 45-15 (Ice)
Lost 2014 United Bowl 46-63 (Storm)

The 2014 Nebraska Danger season was the fourth season for the Nebraska Danger as a professional indoor football franchise and their fourth in the Indoor Football League (IFL). One of nine teams competing in the IFL for the 2014 season, the Nebraska Danger were members of the Intense Conference. [1] For the fourth consecutive year, the team played their home games under head coach Mike Davis in the Eihusen Arena at the Heartland Events Center in Grand Island, Nebraska. [2]

Contents

History

The Danger were successful in the 2013 regular season, clinching the Intense Conference and qualifying for the IFL playoffs for the first time. [3] The team defeated the Colorado Ice to win the Intense Conference but lost the United Bowl to the Sioux Falls Storm. [4] [5] 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. [5]

Off-field moves

In July 2013, the Danger extended head coach Mike Davis' contract to cover the 2014 IFL season. [2]

In December 2013, the IFL announced that Danger general manager Mike McCoy would also serve as the league's Director of Business Development. McCoy will work to expand the league either through deals with existing teams or new expansion franchises. [6]

Roster moves

On September 19, 2013, the team announced that veteran offensive linemen Kayne Farquaharson, Darius Savage, and D'Angelo McCray, defensive linemen Pig Brown and Adrian Davis, defensive backs Darnell Terrell and Jamar Love, plus kicker Joe Houston would all return for the 2014 season. [7] [8] Farquaharson and Savage were 2013 first-team all-IFL selections. [7]

On September 26, 2013, the team announced the signings of defensive lineman Chancey Aghayere, running backs Vondrell McGee and Mon Williams, and offensive lineman Ian Symonette. [8] [9] [10]

On November 12, 2013, the tean announced that defenders Kane Elenburg and Deivon Tate would return to the Danger roster and that quarterback Cody Kirby and receiver Emory Addison had been added for 2014. Kirby was named the 2013 IFL Rookie of the Year for his efforts with the Chicago Slaughter. [11]

On December 10, 2013, the Danger announced that they had re-signed kick returner Marcus Barnett for the 2014 season. At the same time, the team announced the signings of Troy Evans, Jacob Payne and Trevis Turner. [12] Evans was named to the 2013 all-IFL first-team offense for his work with the Wyoming Cavalry. [12]

Before the season began, the Danger signed defensive lineman Aronde Stanton, a Youngstown State alumni who had played briefly for the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League before injuring his shoulder. [13]

Awards and honors

On February 26, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 1 Players of the Week. Linebacker Pig Brown received an Honorable Mention for defense. [14] On March 5, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 2 Players of the Week. Nebraska Danger quarterback Cody Kirby was named as the Offensive Player of the Week. Linebacker Pig Brown received a second Honorable Mention for defense. Kicker Joe Houston received an Honorable Mention for special teams play. [15] On March 12, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 3 Players of the Week. Nebraska Danger quarterback Jameel Sewell received an Honorable Mention for offense. [16]

On March 19, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 4 Players of the Week. Nebraska Danger defensive back Jamar Love was named as the Defensive Player of the Week [17] and running back/kick returner Troy Evans was named as the Special Teams Player of the Week. Wide receiver Andre Piper-Jordan received an Honorable Mention for offense and linebacker Pig Brown received a third Honorable Mention for defense. [18] On March 26, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 5 Players of the Week. Nebraska Danger quarterback Cody Kirby received an Honorable Mention for offense, linebacker Pig Brown received a fourth Honorable Mention for defense, and kicker Joe Houston received a second Honorable Mention for special teams play. [19]

On April 2, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 6 Players of the Week. Nebraska Danger defensive lineman Claude Wroten received an Honorable Mention for his special teams play. [20] On April 16, 2014, the IFL announced its Week 8 Players of the Week. Nebraska Danger kicker Joe Houston was named as the Special Teams Player of the Week. [21] Quarterback Jameel Sewell received his second Honorable Mention for offense. [22]

Schedule

Key:   Win  Tie  Loss   Bye

Preseason

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponent [23] ResultsLocation [24]
ScoreRecord
1MondayFebruary 107:05pm Lincoln Haymakers (CPIFL)W 68–13 [25] [26] 1–0 Eihusen Arena [11] [27]

Regular season

All start times are local

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponent [23] ResultsLocation [24]
ScoreRecord
1FridayFebruary 217:05pmat Sioux Falls Storm L 35–52 [28] [29] [30] 0–1 Sioux Falls Arena [31] [32]
2SaturdayMarch 17:05pm Bemidji Axemen W 43–19 [33] [34] [35] 1–1 Eihusen Arena [36] [37]
3SaturdayMarch 87:05pm Texas Revolution W 50–26 [38] [39] 2–1 Eihusen Arena [40]
4FridayMarch 147:05pm Tri-Cities Fever W 77–46 [41] [42] [43] 3–1 Eihusen Arena [44] [45]
5SaturdayMarch 227:05pmat Bemidji Axemen W 48–38 [46] [47] [48] 4–1 Sanford Center [49] [50]
6SundayMarch 307:05pmat Colorado Ice L 30–38 [51] [52] [53] 4–2 Budweiser Events Center [54] [55]
7 BYE
8SaturdayApril 127:05pm Texas Revolution W 35–33 [56] [57] 5–2 Eihusen Arena [58] [59]
9 BYE
10FridayApril 257:05pm Wyoming Cavalry W 73–206–2 Eihusen Arena [60] [61]
11SaturdayMay 37:05pmat Tri-Cities Fever W 66–627–2 Toyota Center
12FridayMay 97:05pmat Wyoming Cavalry W 83–478–2 Casper Events Center
13SaturdayMay 177:05pmat Green Bay Blizzard W 63–449–2 Resch Center
14ThursdayMay 227:05pm Colorado Ice L 28–419–3 Eihusen Arena
15SaturdayMay 317:05pm Sioux Falls Storm L 20–459–4 Eihusen Arena
16 BYE
17SaturdayJune 147:05pmat Texas Revolution W 33–2910–4 Allen Event Center

Postseason

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocation
ScoreRecord
Intense Conference ChampionshipThursdayJune 197:00pmat Colorado Ice W 45-151–0 Budweiser Events Center
2014 United Bowl SaturdayJune 287:00pmat Sioux Falls Storm L 46-631–1 Sioux Falls Arena

Roster

2014 Nebraska Danger roster
Quarterbacks
  • 17Kameron Smith

Running Backs

  •  7Troy Evans

Wide Receivers

  •  1Maurice Avery
  • 85Marcus Barnett
  •  4Kayne Farquharson
  • 23Jacob Payne
  • 15Andre Piper-Jordan
  • 20O. J. Simpson
Offensive Linemen
  • 75D'Angelo McCray
  • 65Solomon Orr
  • 72Darius Savage
  • 71Eddie Williams

Defensive Linemen

  •  8Adrian Davis
  • 52Aronde Stanton
Linebackers
  • 13Cornelius Brown

Defensive Backs

  •  2Ramon Broadway
  •  5Dominick LaGrande
  •  6Joe Sampson

Kickers

  • 25Joe Houston
Injured Reserve
  • Currently vacant

Exempt List

  •  5Chip Reeves WR

Roster Archived 2014-08-21 at the Wayback Machine updated May 29, 2014
24 Active, 2 Inactive

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Standings

2014 Intense Conference
WLTPCTPFPAGBSTK
y - Colorado Ice 1040.7147085030.0L1
x - Nebraska Danger 1040.7146845400.0W1
Tri-Cities Fever 860.5717616712.0W5
Wyoming Cavalry 1130.0714419319.0L10

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