Danger appoint Stoute as new Head Coach
Article posted on: 2017-09-26 08:36:00
The Nebraska Danger Indoor Professional Football Team has hired former Jacksonville Sharks head coach Mark Stoute as its Head Coach, the Danger announced today.
Stoute brings a wealth of experience in football to the Danger, including indoor experience at two other IFL teams, the Green Bay Blizzard and the Cedar Rapids Titans. He is a native of Barbados in the West Indies and attended Kentucky State University.
“Mark is a proven winner at the IFL level and beyond. Not only is he an excellent coach, but he is extremely resourceful. We are pleased to be bringing him and his experience and coaching style to the Danger,” Nebraska Danger owner Charlie Bosselman stated.
“What I’m excited about is the passion of this ownership group and staff to continue to build a program for central Nebraska, and for this opportunity to coach for one of the IFL’s most prestigious programs,” Stoute said. “Central Nebraska has some of the greatest fans in the nation, and I look forward to putting on a show for them.”
Stoute replaces Hurtis Chinn, who led the Danger last season, and is pursuing other opportunities. “We enjoyed working with Hurtis last season and wish him all the best,” Bosselman said.
The 2018 IFL Schedule and assistant coaching staff will be released in the coming weeks.