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The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce theWeek 3 Players of the Week.

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OFTHE WEEK: Tory Harrison (RB, Sioux Falls Storm)

Storm Running Back Tory Harrison is off to one of thehottest starts to the season in IFL history. After being named Week 1 IFL OffensivePlayer of the Week early in the season, Harrison took the field against theColorado Ice and slashed his way to an IFL single game rushing record with 17carries for 193 yards and four touchdowns. The previous IFL rushing record was166 yards set by former Storm RB Sean Treasure in 2009. In addition, Harrisonalso caught two touchdowns against the Ice. In just three games Harrison hasamassed 341 rushing yards, which leads the IFL. He also has scored 90 points thisseason which is almost triple any other player in the IFL. Harrison and theStorm have a bye week this week and return for their home opener on March 28.

Honorable Mention: Donovan Porterie (QB, Green BayBlizzard), Chris Slaughter (WR, Colorado Ice), Steven Whitehead (WR, Tri-CitiesFever), Brady Roland (WR, Iowa Barnstormers)

The Indoor Football League (IFL) is proud to announce the Week 2 Players of the Week.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Dequan Starling (DB, Sioux Falls Storm)

The reigning IFL United Bowl Champion Sioux Falls Storm have started 2015 right where they left off in 2014 after gaining victories on the road against the Axemen and Titans to start the season. Against the Titans, DB Dequan Starling made a huge play that sprung the momentum of the game in the Storm?s direction. Midway through the second quarter Starling intercepted a pass at his own goal line and raced back 50 yards for a Storm touchdown. The interception return for a touchdown helped give the Storm a lead the team would never relinquish. Starling finished the game five tackles, fumble recovery and an interception returned for a touchdown. The Storm stay on the road, for a third consecutive week, and travel to play the Colorado Ice this weekend.

Honorable Mention: Pig Brown (DB, Nebraska Danger), Jonathan Mathis (DL, Wichita Falls Nighthawks), Deivon Tate (DB, Sioux Falls Storm), Arius Wright (DB, Cedar Rapids Titans)

Written by Kayley Shade, Storm Media Intern

Sioux Falls, SD-The Storm traveled to Cedar Rapids to face the Titans, Saturday, March 7th. The Storm has been defeated the last two years in Cedar Rapids, IA but was looking for a different turnout this year.

The two teams traded shots throughout the game, but penalties and false starts got the better of the two teams as the Storm pulled away. The Titan's fate was sealed in the fourth quarter when their defense was unable to get the Storm's offense off the field.

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