SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Korey Ringer (KR, Nebraska Danger)
The Nebraska Danger fell to the Sioux Falls Storm 45-37 in Week 8 however, KR Korey Ringer helped fuel to the Nebraska Danger offense all night long with great starting field position. Ringer (5'10,Ferris State Univ.) returned six kickoffs for 127 yards, a 21.2 yards per return average. His longest of 32 yards helped the Danger score a touchdown three plays later. His 22 yard kickoff return late in the third quarter placed the Danger at midfield, where the team would score a touchdown six plays later. In just four games this season, Ringer now leads the IFL all-purpose yards with 479 and has been twice named IFL Special Teams Player of the Week. Ringer and the Nebraska Danger travel to face the Iowa Barnstormers in Week 8.