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Wild enters homestretch with realistic shot at playoffs

When the Wild was 0-4 to start the Indoor Football League season, coach Morris Lolar’s job actually got easier.

Wild wins at Allen

Marcus Jackson rushed for 23 yards and a touchdown and added five receptions for 44 yards as the Wichita Wild earned a 59-41 road victory against the Allen Wranglers.

Hubbard making most of opportunity with Wild

Tywon Hubbard probably won’t finish off the trifecta of IFL weekly awards, but considering his versatility and skill set, it’s not entirely out of the question.

Wild scores team-record 77 points in victory

As Tywon Hubbard ran into the end zone for his sixth touchdown Saturday, he not only topped off the Wichita Wild’s 77-41 win over the Omaha Beef, but also set a record for the Wild.

Wichita Wild’s Chandler kicking on the straight and narrow

James Chandler misses a field goal, then starts hearing voices.

Wild edges Allen in back-and-forth game

A missed extra point for the Allen Wranglers in the first quarter ended up meaning a lot later.

Wild’s Moss keeps sack attack rolling

Taking stock of his two-sack game in the season opener against Allen, one thing stood out to Wild defensive end Matt Moss: his anger.

Wild can’t contain Danger QB Hinds

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.

Wild receiver Simmons has a story to tell

Tim Simmons doesn’t want to make it to the NFL for the accolades, attention, fanfare and increase in salary.

Wichita Wild smokes Beef 50-47

Marcus Jackson’s 2-yard touchdown run with 3:48 left in the game put the Wild ahead for good in its 50-47 win over the Beef on Friday night in Omaha.

Low-scoring affair equals Wild victory

The Wichita Wild has struggled with winning this season, losing its first four games and falling to last place in its conference.

Jackson steps in for Wild

The best-case scenario for the Wild with quarterback Phil Staback out 3-4 weeks with a knee injury is for backup Marcus Jackson to give coach Morris Lolar a difficult decision to make when Staback returns.

Allen beats winless Wild 61-48

Allen wide receiver and part-owner Terrell Owens didn’t show up for the Allen Wranglers on Saturday night, but the former NFL star wasn’t needed.

Will Terrell Owens play against the Wild on Saturday?

Terrell Owens might play football in Wichita on Friday night.

Wild loses home-opener

The Wichita Wild came out in the home opener Friday night and initially stood toe-to-toe with defending IF L champion Sioux Falls in the first quarter, finishing the period with a slim 21-19 lead.

Wild begins home schedule with another tough opponent

The Wild wouldn't turn down an inflated early-season record earned by picking apart lower-quality opponent.

Wild drops opener to Terrell Owens’ Wranglers

Allen Wranglers quarterback Bryan Randall completed 6 of 21 passes Saturday night against the Wichita Wild. But three were to Terrell Owens.

Wichita Wild’s season-opener includes a date with Terrell Owens

After a short training camp, the Wild might not be completely prepared to start the 2012 Indoor Football League season.

Wild coach Morris Lollar pleased with roster composition

Sometimes the potential success of a team can be measured not only by what players make up its roster, but also by which ones are left off.

Lolar gets Wild job

Morris Lolar will be back to coach the Wild indoor football team after a 6-3 record as interim coach this season.

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