A new playoff episode of the IFL's podcast, "This Week in the IFL", is now available.
Host Denis Puska takes an in-depth look at this weekend's IFL opening round playoff games, as the Cedar Rapids Titans host the Wichita Falls Nighthawks and the Billings Wolves host the Nebraska Danger.
This episode is full of IFL interviews as Puska hosts Cedar Rapids Titans DL Jermiah Price, Wichita Falls Nighthawks Head Coach Billy Back, Billings Wolves Head Coach Chris Dixon and Nebraska Danger DB Jabari Gorman.
In addition Puska reflects on the an exciting week of IFL news as the All-IFL teams have been announced as well as the 2016 IFL Team Awards.
The podcast can be found on the homepage of the IFL website by clicking on the "Radio" ad. In addition, the PodOMatic app can be downloaded in the Apple Store of on Google Play.
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The Cedar Rapids Titans (12-4) host their first ever IFL playoff game Saturday night as the team faces off against the Wichita Falls Nighthawks (11-5). Both the Nighthawks and the Titans bring seven game streaks into the playoff games as both look to advance to the United Conference Championship.
Puska previews a game that looks to be battle of Offense vs. Defense. Nighthawks Head Coach Billy Back's schemes have helped spur the Nighthawks to be league leaders in points per game (62.6) and yards per game (298.6). The Cedar Rapids Titans under the leadership of DL Jermiah Price allow the fewest points (39.3) and yards per game (200.2). Both Back and Price talk with Puska about the differences in the opposing teams play and what their team needs to do to stop them.
In the Intense Conference the Nebraska Danger (6-10) travel to face the Billings Wolves (8-8). After struggling much of the second half of the season, the Danger got back on track with a 52-32 victory in the final week of the season and look to secure a fourth consecutive trip to the Intense Conference Championship. First Team All-IFL DB Jabari Gorman chats with Puska about what the Danger need to do to shut down the Wolves.
The Billings Wolves, led by Head Coach Chris Dixon, won their final two games of the season and look to defeat the Danger and advance to a rematch against the Spokane Empire, whom they defeated in the final week of the season, in the Intense Conference Championship. Coach Dixon has molded the Wolves into one of the top defensive units in the IFL, ranking second in the league in points allowed (40.4).Dixon talks with Puska about his experience in playoff games, and what the Wolves must to to avenge an early season loss to the Danger.
"This Week in the IFL" is brought to you by Puska Media Services. The episode is now available and can be found in a number of locations including, www.Puskamediaservices.com, the Apple Store, Google Play, and of course, www.goifl.com, the official home of the Indoor Football League.