Rocky Hinds completed 20 of 31 passes for 213 yards and five touchdowns and the Nebraska Danger scored 28 second-half points to cruise to a 42-27 victory over the Wichita Wild at Heartland Event Center in Grand Island, Neb.
Nebraska scored first, when Hinds connected with Corey Surrency on a 9-yard pass.
Wichita answered with a 17-yard field goal from James Chandler.
The Wild held the Danger scoreless in the second quarter, but Nebraska led 14-13 at halftime.
Wichita couldn’t keep up with Nebraska’s offense outut. Danger receiver Kayne Farquharson hauled in four passes — all touchdowns — and finished with 56 receiving yards.
Wild quarterback Marcus Jackson completed 9 of 18 passes for 97 yards and two interceptions. He also rushed for 64 yards and a touchdown.
The Wild’s record dips to 2-5, while Nebraska improves to 2-4.
The Wild will have two weeks to get back on the field, when it hosts the Allen Wranglers (7-5) on April 28.