High octane offense powers Danger football

Derrick Bernard and the Nebraska Danger playing at Salt Lake City, Feb. 17, 2017 (NTV News)

The Nebraska Danger sitting comfortably at second place in the Intense conference.

Nebraska relying heavily on a high octane offense thus far.

Now the Danger are turning the focus to maintaining their style of play for the entirety of the game.

"That's kind of been a thing around here that I just have to get these younger guys, on a consistent basis, believe in what we've been doing up until this point," said head coach Hurtis Chinn. "And that's something that I keep reminding them of in this past game when we went up a couple of points like, 'H,ey don't start doing your own thing' which we kind of reverted to we kind of sputtered and when we stopped we started scoring again so once they fully buy into it, we'll be just fine."

The Danger are currently first in the IFL in points scored, putting up an average of 52.6 in their five contests this year. Nebraska also in the top 5 in total offense and first downs.

Nebraska off to Spokane on Saturday for a bout with the 4–1 Empire. A win would place the 3-2 Danger in a tie for first place in the Intense conference, while holding the head-to-head tiebreaker.

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