Danger like current situation, want to improve

Danger head coach Hurtis Chinn runs a practice at the Heartland Events Center in Grand Island (NTV News)

Sitting at five–hundred through the first four games is an unfamiliar feeling for the Nebraska Danger, even after going 6–10 last year.

Good news comes with their 2–2 start, though.

For one, they're still a half game up on Arizona and Salt Lake for second in the intense conference.

Secondly, both of those losses were against the only undefeated teams in the Indoor Football League, Wichita Falls and Sioux Falls.

"In our minds, that doesn't justify the losses, but that's pretty good," said head coach Hurtis Chinn.

Nebraska likes where it's at four games into the season and coming off a useful bye week.

"How we lost was not good at all, but the record, first quarter of the season, a young team . . . 2-2, I guess we'll take it because we have to.

"Coming off a bye week in which we watched a lot of film, we actually got a chance to run around out there with the guys a little bit ourselves to implement some things, but moving forward I think we're in a good position," surmises the first year skipper.

The Danger are back at home this weekend, bringing Colorado to the Heartland Events Center Saturday night.

Nebraska beat the Crush 54–36 at Fort Collins a couple weeks ago.

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