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Danger football hopes for return to victory
Expect more games like the one Friday night in Yakama, Washington for the Nebraska Danger, tough,down to the wire finishes that could go either way.
As they return here to the Heartland Events Center Friday night, the Danger might not necessarily expect that kind of game from the winless Wyoming Cavalry.
The Cavalry lost 67-7 to Sioux Falls last week while the Danger fell to the Tri-City Fever 44-31.
Knowing that, the guys want to get back on the winning track.
"It's always one of those things that, you know, you can be better, but we all come to the conclusion that they get paid, too, and they're going to make plays as well, and that night they make more plays than we did so we have just got to come together as a unit and play better together as a defense," defensive back Pig Brown said.
"In this game, you have to execute and we went up there, laid an egg on both sides of the ball and back to the drawing board, it's not the end of the world and we have a tough Wyoming team coming in here on Friday," said Danger Coach Mike Davis.
The Danger led most of the first half in Yakama and were in the game until the final few minutes before falling by two touchdowns, and that is a narrow magin for Indoor Football on the 50 yard field.
By the way, the Danger will see the Fever again at the Heartland Events Center June 15th in the seasons final game which could have playoff implications.
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