2017 IFL/Danger Football Schedule Announced
The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce its 2017 regular season schedule. The 18-week, 80-game schedule kicks off on Thursday, February 16 and concludes on Saturday, June 17.
IFL Announces Addition of Arizona Rattlers
The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce the addition and partnership of the league's newest team, the Arizona Rattlers.
The historic Rattlers organization brings almost 25 years of indoor/arena football experience and a winning pedigree to the IFL. Since the team's establishment in 1992, the Rattlers organization has won ten division titles and has appeared in ten championship games, winning five.
The Rattlers will compete as new members in the IFL 2017 season. The team will continue to compete in Talking Stick Arena in Phoenix, AZ.
Hurtis Chinn promoted to Danger Head Coach, Mike Davis to CFL
The Nebraska Danger Indoor Professional Football Team is pleased to announce the promotion of Hurtis Chinn to Head Coach of the Nebraska Danger. Former Head Coach Mike Davis has accepted a position as Manager of Football Administration for the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League. Head Coach Chinn is also pleased to announce his 2017 coaching staff.
McCombs fuels Danger run game
Lyle McCombs has faced some top competition during his football career. As a Connecticut Husky, he played ranked teams at the time like West Virginia and Louisville and historic teams like Michigan.
Now McCombs has a professional season under his belt as a cornerstone of the Nebraska Danger.
Danger advance to conference championship game
The Nebraska Danger's eight-straight losses seem like a distant memory and because of that, they will be playing in a game they have played in for years.
The Danger topped the Billings Wolves 64-52 Saturday at the Rimrock Auto Arena in Billings to secure their fourth-straight conference title appearance. The win was just the second-road playoff victory in franchise history.