Wyoming Mustangs offer unique Indoor Football gameday experience
For those who may not be familiar with indoor football, it provides a fan experience unlike any other.
“Here’s the thing, you can actually reach and touch these guys. You got to be careful cause you might try to get a football and get an opposing player in the stands. The beauty of it is, everybody’s voices count, but if you blink, you might miss a play,” said Coach Michael Coleman, Head Coach for the Mustangs.
Indoor arena football has contributed to a lot of NFL changes and can be largely credited with the new pass-first schemes.
Coaches like Jay Gruden, Matt Nagy, and Matt LaFleur have all spent time in the ranks.
Now, Coach Coleman aims to help his players make a similar jump.
“We’re not looking to just win the CIF championship, we’re looking to win a super bowl. We’re not gonna practice just to beat the best team in the CIF, we’re trying to beat the Denver broncos for crying out loud, we’re trying to beat the Baltimore ravens. At the end of the day, for the communities for these young men, this is our dress rehearsal.”
The Mustangs season begins around March of 2022. To learn more about the team, visit their website or Facebook page.