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League Adds Two Games Per Team Effective For the Upcoming 2016 Season By: Sean Whitmire The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce that the league will move to a 16 game schedule, effective for the upcoming the 2016 season. During the League’s first seven years of existence, the IFL has fielded a 14 game regular season schedule. Beginning next February, the League will increase the schedule to 16 games.  Each member team will compete in eight home and eight away games during the regular season. The move comes after an incredible season at the box office. The 2015 season saw several attendance records broken at IFL games, including the Sioux Falls Storm setting a single-game attendance record of 9,787 during their home opener.  In all, the IFL’s member teams drew an average of 4,134 fans per game, the highest in League history. “We are very excited to extend the IFL season to a 16 game schedule,” stated IFL Commissioner Mike Allshouse. “This move will give our incredible fans additional opportunities to enjoy the IFL game and cheer on their favorite teams, while simultaneously expanding the League’s business model.” The IFL will reveal several additional news announcements over the coming weeks as the League prepares for the Annual IFL Board of Director’s Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada.  The two day event takes place on September 15th and 16th.  Exclusive interviews and content from the meeting will be availalbe on the League’s official website, www.goifl.com, and social media pages. Stayed tuned for additional news and details about the 2016 IFL season! About the IFL: The Indoor Football League was created...
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The Green Bay Blizzard is happy to announce the signing of University of Wisconsin – Whitewater quarterback, Matt Behrendt. The 6’2”, 205lb athlete from Westchester, Illinois comes to the Blizzard as the 2014 Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Year and a Second Team All-American. During his time at Whitewater he helped the Warhawks win their sixth NCAA Division III Championship in 8 years. He was named the Most Outstanding Player of Stagg Bowl XLII for the second straight year after finishing 26-of-38 for a career-high 365 yards and four touchdowns in the Warhawks’ 43-34 victory over No. 2 Mount Union (Ohio) in the national championship game. Behrendt became the programs all time leader in career completions (647) and passing touchdowns (87) and he holds the record for most pass attempts without an interception (388 in 2013-14). Following his time at UW-Whitewater he was invited to the Minnesota Vikings Mini Camp in May and spent some time with the IFL Intense Conference Colorado Crush (formerly the Colorado Ice).  Behrendt is a well rounded quarterback who will not only bring his talent to the Blizzard roster but also his aggressive offensive style. Behrendt is looking forward to playing back in Wisconsin, “it is like home to me, it feels great to have the opportunity to come back here and in such a city where there is so much tradition and amazing fan support.”  ...
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The 2015 season saw great improvement from the previous year, as Head Coach Tommie Williams guided the Blizzard to playoff contention and a 6-8 record. A four game improvement from last year. The Blizzard have recognized the following players for their contributions on and off the field: Donovan Porterie, Offensive Player of the Year Porterie led the Blizzard and completed 56.4% of his passes and finished with 250 completions. He finished his season with 2,499 passing yards and averaged 178.5 yards per game. He personally rushed for 199 yards.  He had a total of 68 touchdowns (55 passing/ 13 rushing) and finished second in points with 80 on the season, which earned him a spot on the All-IFL Offensive List – Second Team. Dontrell Johnson, Defensive Player of the Year Johnson returned for his second season with the Blizzard and continued to standout among his peers.  He finished the season with 80 total tackles made up of 61 solos and 19 assists.  He averaged 6.2 tackles per game.  He had 3 interceptions, 3 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries, one which he ran back 35 yards for a touchdown. Keyun Swinney, Lineman of the Year Swinney first made a name for himself continuously protecting the leagues leading passer. He continued to stand out when he was able to play almost a full game on both the offensive and defensive side of the ball.  It was his inspirational words prior to games, his on field ability and his dedication to his teammates that earned him this award. He also made the All-IFL Offensive List – Second Team. Jeff Budzien, Special Teams...

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Green bay Blizzard Named 2015’s Best Game Operations The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce the 2015 Team Awards for outstanding achievements during the IFL regular season.   Franchise of the Year:  Tri-Cities Fever The Tri-Cities Fever are the 2015 IFL Franchise of the Year. Selected by their peers, factors considered for achieving this award consisted of attendance, sales, public relations, marketing, performance on the field, community involvement and overall representation of the IFL. “With the quality playing partners that we have, this is a true honor. Any team in the league could be deserving of this award and yet for them to recognize Tri-Cities is humbling,” said Tri-Cities Owner Teri Carr. “We always make it a point to do the right things for our community, players, playing partners and the league. Thank you to those who have recognized that.” On the field, the Fever posted an 8-6 record and returned to the playoffs in 2015 for the first time since 2012. Throughout their 11th season of play, the Fever ranked among the best in the IFL in ticket sales and attendance. Off the field, the Fever excelled in public relations, marketing, and community relations programs. Through their efforts in 2015, the Fever helped raise over $70,000 in the Tri-Cities community. This is the Fever’s second franchise of the year selection. The team previously won the award in 2012. Best Game Operations:  Green Bay Blizzard The Green Bay Blizzard have once again been awarded Best Game Day Operations. Longtime stalwarts in this category, the Blizzard pride themselves in putting on a great show for their home fans. This season the...

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Green Bay Blizzard each placed four players on all-league teams in 2015 The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce the 2015 All-IFL First and Second Teams. The Sioux Falls Storm, who will be appearing in their fifth consecutive United Bowl, lead the IFL with eight selections to the all-league teams. Offensive Linemen Myniya Smith and Charlie Sanders anchor the Storm’s offensive line and have been named to their fifth consecutive First Team All-IFL list. Joining Smith and Sanders on the All-IFL First Team list are WR Judd Harrold and DB DeQuan Starling. The Storm’s all-time sack leader DL Cory Johnsen rounds out the team’s first team All-IFL selections. Two-Time IFL Defensive Player of the Year Tyler Knight earns a Second Team nomination in 2015 while the Storm’s third offensive lineman Rashad Mungro and DB Elijah Fields complete the Storm’s league leading nominations. The Intense Conference Champion Nebraska Danger and the United Conference Runner Up Cedar Rapids Titans both finished the season with five All-IFL nominations. 2013 IFL MVP Jameel Sewell helped his team make a third consecutive trip to the United Bowl and earns a First Team All-IFL selection. Sewell threw for 38 touchdowns against just three interceptions this season. RB Waymon James and OL Darius Savage complete Nebraska’s First-Team selections. OL Trevis Turner and DL Justin Edison each make their debut on an all-league team in 2015, earning second-team honors. For the Titans, the IFL’s number one defense in yards allowed furnished two First Team All-IFL selections in DL Jermiah Price and DL Xzavie Jackson. The two combined for 24 sacks in 2015. WR Bryan Pray,...