WICHITA, Kansas — When Wichita and Nebraska met last month in Grand Island, Nebraska, the Danger took the 15 point win. But the turn-a-bout would fair play when they made the return trip to Wichita.
The two played toe to tow the entire game, but the Wild would have the ball last and back cup quarterback Phil Staback drove the team 90 yards, capping it off with a 14 yard touchdown to Tim Simmon. The score gave the home team a 57-50 victory.
Staback and Wild starter Marcus Jackson combined to go for 13-22 for 159 yards and 4 touchdowns. The Wild improve to 5-5 on the season and 4th in the IFL's Intense Conference.
Wichita has also now won three straight home games. They are back at Hartman Arena on June 2nd to take on the Bloomington Extreme. That game is the Wild's regular season home finale.