Sewell Named 2013 IFL MVP

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Nebraska Danger QB Jameel Sewell (6’3, 220, Virginia) has been named the 2013 IFL MVP. In the IFL’s 5-year history,

Sewell is the 3rd different quarterback to win the award (Chris Dixon 2009, 2011, 2012 / Bryan Randall 2010).

In his first season with the Danger, Sewell put together one of the most prolific seasons in IFL history. While leading the Danger to a team best 10-4 record, the dual-threat signal caller ranked at or near the top of every passing and rushing category. Sewell finished 2013 with a 109.9 QB Rating, completing 53% of his passes for 2531 yards and 52 touchdowns vs. only 5 interceptions. Sewell was equally dangerous using his legs adding 654 yards on 123 carries and 25 scores on the ground.

Sewell and his Danger teammates are preparing to play in their first ever United Bowl Championship Game this Saturday, June 29th, at 7:05 PM against the Sioux Falls Storm.