2017 Nebraska Danger season

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2017 Nebraska Danger season
OwnerCharlie Bosselman
Laurie Bosselman
Brandi Bosselman
Head coachHurtis Chinn
Home field Eihusen Arena
Results
Record9-7
Conference place2nd
Playoff finishLost Intense Conference Championship 36–62 (Rattlers)

The 2017 Nebraska Danger season was the seventh season for the Nebraska Danger as a professional indoor football franchise and their seventh in the Indoor Football League (IFL). One of ten teams that competed in the IFL for the 2017 season, the Nebraska Danger were members of the Intense Conference. For the first time ever, the team played their home games under head coach Hurtis Chinn who took over for Mike Davis. [1] The Danger played in the Eihusen Arena at the Heartland Events Center in Grand Island, Nebraska.

Contents

Staff

2017 Nebraska Danger staff
Front office
  • Owner / president - Charlie Bosselman
  • Owner - Laurie Bosselman
  • Owner - Brandi Bosselman
  • COO - Brian Fausch
  • Director of marketing - Stephanie King
  • Sales - Gus Patsios
 

Head coach

  • Head coach – Hurtis Chinn

Offensive Coaches

Defensive Coaches

  • Defensive coordinator – Pig Brown
  • Defensive linemen - Adrian Davis

Special Teams Coaches

  • Special teams coordinator – Adrian Davis

Schedule

Key:   Win  Tie  Loss   Bye

Regular season

All start times are local time

WeekDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocationAttendance
ScoreRecord
1ThursdayFebruary 167:00pmat Salt Lake Screaming Eagles W 78–47 [2] 1-0 Maverik Center 8,191
2SaturdayFebruary 257:05pm Wichita Falls Nighthawks L 48-65 [3] 1-1 Eihusen Arena
3SundayMarch 54:00pmat Colorado Crush W 54-36 [4] 2-1 Budweiser Events Center
4SaturdayMarch 117:05pm Sioux Falls Storm L 28-42 [5] 2-2Eihusen Arena
5 BYE
6SaturdayMarch 257:05pmColorado CrushW 55–23 [6] 3–2Eihusen Arena
7SaturdayApril 19:00pmat Spokane Empire W 42–36 [7] 4–2 Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena
8FridayApril 77:05pm Arizona Rattlers L 36–394–3Eihusen Arena
9SaturdayApril 157:05pmat Iowa Barnstormers L 14–484–4 Wells Fargo Arena 5,683
10SaturdayApril 227:05pmSalt Lake Screaming EaglesW 49–305–4Eihusen Arena
11FridayApril 287:05pm Cedar Rapids Titans W 50–386–4Eihusen Arena
12FridayMay 57:05pmat Wichita Falls NighthawksL 40–576–5 Kay Yeager Coliseum
13 BYE
14SaturdayMay 207:0pm Green Bay Blizzard W 41–257–5Eihusen Arena
15SundayMay 287:00pmat Arizona RattlersL 33–437–6 Talking Stick Resort Arena 11,384
16SaturdayJune 37:05pmat Cedar Rapids TitansW 52–46 (OT)8–6 U.S. Cellular Center 2,192
17SaturdayJune 107:05pmat Sioux Falls StormL 38–418–7 Denny Sanford Premier Center
18SaturdayJune 177:05pmWichita Falls NighthawksW 59–449–7Eihusen Arena

Standings

2017 Intense Conference
WLTPCTPFPACONGBSTK
y - Arizona Rattlers 1240.7507826108–1W8
x - Nebraska Danger 970.5637176605–23.0W1
Spokane Empire 880.5006546777–54.0L3
Salt Lake Screaming Eagles 5110.3136757624–87.0W1
Colorado Crush 3130.1886298212–108.0L4

Postseason

RoundDayDateKickoffOpponentResultsLocation
ScoreRecord
Intense Conference ChampionshipSaturdayJuly 247:05pmat Arizona RattlersL 36-620-1 Talking Stick Resort Arena

Roster

2017 Nebraska Danger roster
Quarterbacks
  • 10 Patrick McCain
  • 17 Drew Powell

Running backs

  •  2 Rob Brown

Wide receivers

  • 15Jarred Haggins
  •  1 Carl Sims
  •  6 Dimitri Stimphil
  •  4 Eric Thomas
Offensive linemen
  • 65 Lawrence Martin IV
  • 72 Darius Savage
  • 71 Mike Trice
  • 78 Trevin Wallace

Defensive linemen

  • 93 Maurice Chavis
  • 43 Herbert Gonzalez
  • 99 Colton Miles-Nash
  •  8 Eze Obiora
Linebackers
  • 45 Kendrick Causey
  • 44 Nikolas Sierra

Defensive backs

  •  7 Robert Brown
  •  5 Courtney Hall
  •  5 Demetruce McNeal
  • 13 Trey Wafford

Special teams

  • 25 Josh Gable
Reserve lists
  •  2 Lyle McCombs RB (IR) Injury icon 2.svg
  • 20 James Ward RB (IR) Injury icon 2.svg

Roster updated June 20, 2017
25 Active, 4 Inactive

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