2015 Nebraska Danger season

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2015 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 place1st
Playoff finishWon Intense Conference Championship 86-43 (Fever)
Lost United Bowl 27-62 (Storm)

The 2015 Nebraska Danger season is the fifth season for the Nebraska Danger as a professional indoor football franchise and their fifth in the Indoor Football League (IFL). One of ten teams competing in the IFL for the 2015 season, the Nebraska Danger are members of the Intense Conference. For the fifth 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.

Contents

Regular season

All start times are local time

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocation
ScoreRecord
1SundayMarch 13:00pmat Green Bay Blizzard W 57-32 [1] 1-0 Resch Center
2SaturdayMarch 77:00pm Wichita Falls Nighthawks W 45-30 [2] 2-0 Eihusen Arena
3SaturdayMarch 147:00pmat Wichita Falls Nighthawks W 36-26 [3] 3-0 Kay Yeager Coliseum
4 BYE
5FridayMarch 277:00pm Iowa Barnstormers W 76-50 [4] 4-0 Eihusen Arena
6FridayApril 37:05pmat Tri-Cities Fever L 59-67 [5] 4-1 Toyota Center
7FridayApril 107:00pm Cedar Rapids Titans W 52-42 [6] 5-1 Eihusen Arena
8SaturdayApril 187:05pmat Iowa Barnstormers W 33-16 [7] 6-1 Wells Fargo Arena
9FridayApril 247:00pm Bemidji Axemen W 74-55 [8] 7-1 Eihusen Arena
10SaturdayMay 27:00pm Billings Wolves W 64-61 (OT) [9] 8-1 Eihusen Arena
11 BYE
12SaturdayMay 167:05pmat Sioux Falls Storm L 40-53 [10] 8-2 Denny Sanford PREMIER Center
13SaturdayMay 237:00pm Colorado Ice W 67-57 [11] 9-2 Eihusen Arena
14FridayMay 297:30pmat Colorado Ice L 36-53 [12] 9-3 Budweiser Events Center
15SaturdayJune 67:00pm Wichita Falls Nighthawks W 50-34 [13] 10-3 Eihusen Arena
16FridayJune 127:15pmat Billings Wolves L 50-60 [14] 10-4 Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark
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

Postseason

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocation
ScoreRecord
Intense Conference ChampionshipFridayJune 267:15pm Tri-Cities Fever W 86-43 [15] 1-0 Eihusen Arena
United Bowl SaturdayJuly 115:05pmat Sioux Falls Storm L 27-62 [16] 1-1 Denny Sanford PREMIER Center

Roster

2015 Nebraska Danger roster
Quarterbacks
  •  4Brian Carnes

Running Backs

  • 23Waymon James

Wide Receivers

  • 85Marcus Barnett
  •  7Troy Evans
  • 15Gavin Otte
  • 21Marquel Wade
Offensive Linemen
  • 65Terrance Clark
  • 72Darius Savage
  • 71Mike Trice

Defensive Linemen

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

Defensive Backs

  •  5Isiah Scott
  • 17Xavier Smith
  • 20Braylon Webb

Kickers

  • 22Cody Thornton
Injured Reserve
  •  6Harcourt Farquharson DB

Exempt List

  • Currently vacant

Roster Archived 2014-08-21 at the Wayback Machine updated June 17, 2015
25 Active, 2 Inactive

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