2015 Colorado Ice season

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2015 Colorado Ice season
OwnerTom Wigley
Head coachHeron O'Neal
General managerCollins Sanders
Home field Budweiser Events Center
5290 Arena Circle
Loveland, Colorado 80538
Results
Record6–8
Conference place3rd
Playoff finishdid not qualify

The 2015 Colorado Ice season was the team's ninth season as a professional indoor football franchise and seventh in the Indoor Football League (IFL). One of ten teams that competed in the IFL for the 2015 season, the Fort Collins-based Colorado Ice were members of the Intense Conference.

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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. In their third season under head coach Heron O'Neal, the team played their home games at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland, Colorado.

The Colorado Icicles dance team was led by director Rehannon Crumb.

Schedule

Key:   Win  Tie  Loss   Bye

Regular season

All start times are local time

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocation
ScoreRecord
1SundayMarch 13:00pm Wichita Falls Nighthawks W 37–13 [1] 1–0 Budweiser Events Center
2 BYE
3SundayMarch 153:00pm Sioux Falls Storm L 40–59 [2] 1–1 Budweiser Events Center
4 BYE
5SaturdayMarch 288:05pmat Cedar Rapids Titans L 29–39 [3] 1–2 U.S. Cellular Center
6FridayApril 37:15pmat Billings Wolves W 69–34 [4] 2–2 Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark
7SaturdayApril 117:05pmat Sioux Falls Storm L 41–70 [5] 2–3 Denny Sanford PREMIER Center
8SaturdayApril 187:00pm Wichita Falls Nighthawks L 54–66 [6] 2–4 Budweiser Events Center
9SaturdayApril 257:00pmat Wichita Falls Nighthawks L 44–51 [7] 2–5 Kay Yeager Coliseum
10SaturdayMay 27:05pmat Tri-Cities Fever L 34–412–6 Toyota Center
11SaturdayMay 97:00pm Bemidji Axemen W 37–27 [8] 3–6 Sanford Center
12SaturdayMay 167:00pm Tri-Cities Fever L 36–52 [9] 3–7 Budweiser Events Center
13SaturdayMay 237:00pmat Nebraska Danger L 57–67 [10] 3–8 Eihusen Arena
14FridayMay 297:30pm Nebraska Danger W 53–36 [11] 4–8 Budweiser Events Center
15SaturdayJune 67:00pm Billings Wolves W 67–62 [12] 5–8 Budweiser Events Center
16SaturdayJune 137:00pmat Wichita Falls Nighthawks W 60–50 [13] 6–8 Kay Yeager Coliseum
17 BYE

Standings

2015 Intense Conference
WLTPCTPFPAGBSTK
y-Nebraska Danger 1040.714739636--L1
x-Tri-Cities Fever 860.5716486552.0W1
Colorado Ice 680.4296586664.0W3
Billings Wolves 590.3576386635.0W1
Wichita Falls Nighthawks 4100.2865466156.0L5

Roster

2015 Colorado Ice roster
Quarterbacks
  • 10Jake Johnson
  •  9Brandon Mitchell

Running backs

  • 21Rodney Scott

Wide receivers

  •  7Marcus Jackson
  •  8Kyle Kaiser
  • 88Quintin Payton
  • 22Rashard Smith
Offensive linemen
  • 58Marcus Cuellar
  • 78Walter Stuller
  • 92Meili Valele

Defensive linemen

  • 97Jesse Dickson
  • 99J. D. Griggs
  • 54Jason Jones
  • 95Avalisi Lapuahu
  • --Alec Petrocelli
  • 55Bill Vavau
Linebackers

Defensive backs

  •  3Justin Blake
  • 10Louis Covington
  •  1Darnell Evans
  • 24Carl Miles Jr.
  • 28Quinton Richardson
  • 20Corey Sample

Kickers

  • 19Christopher Diaz
Injured reserve
  • 75Jacolby Ashworth OL
  • 33Timote Fotu LB
  • 99Curtis Porter DL
  • 10Chris Slaughter WR

Exempt list

Refused to report

  • 66Eric Pike OL

Rookies in italics
Roster updated June 4, 2015
27 Active, 6 Inactive

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