Danger facing tough final stretch

Nebraska Danger quarterback Patrick McCain throws a pass during practice. (NTV News)

The Nebraska Danger will be well rested this week when they take the field. Nebraska is coming off their second bye week of the season. The Danger have just five games remaining in the regular season.

Three of those games are against arguably the best teams in the IFL. Danger playing Sioux Falls, Wichita Falls, and Arizona who are a combined 24–7. Nebraska is not backing down from a tough challenge.

"We're fully aware of it," said head coach Hurtis Chinn. "We look at other teams in the latter part of the season like Arizona or Spokane, their schedule is just not as tough as ours and we're going to deal with it. We accept the challenge. We know what's in front of us. Right now it starts with 1-0. We're giving it all we got game plan wise. You know psychologically with the players just to go 1-0. That's very important. This is the biggest game of the season so far. "

The Danger return to action this Saturday against the Green Bay Blizzard. Kickoff is at 7:05 p.m. inside the Heartland Events Center in Grand Island.

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