Terrance Bryant

Quarterbacks/Running Backs Coach
 
Bryant will return for his fifth season as Quarterback Coach.

He initially retired from indoor football after the Storm's 2010 championship run which ended with a loss in Billings Montana, but returned for the winning 2013 season. Upon his first retirement, his #5 jersey was also retired.

A career with the Sioux Falls Storm spanning six consecutive seasons, from 2005-10, and again in 2013. Terrance left many achievements in the record books.

Terrance led the Storm as quarterback from 2005-2010, 2013 and created a legacy for himself. He led the Sioux Falls Storm to four straight championships in 2005-08, along with a 40 game winning streak. He is a two-time United Bowl MVP (2006 and 2013) and the UIF League MVP in 2006. In 2007, Bryant earned a UIF Conference All-Star selection. He holds many Storm records in passing and rushing, including:

Single Season Records
• Five rankings in the top ten for pass attempts, his best ranking second, with 373 in 2009.
• Six rankings in the top ten for pass completions, his best ranking second, with 256 in 2010
• Five rankings in the top ten for passing yards, his best ranking fourth, with 2,513 in 2009.
• Five rankings in the top ten for passing touchdowns, his best ranking third, with 52 in 2006.

Career Records
• First in pass attempts with 2,268
• First in pass completions with 1,491
• First in passing yards with 15,011
• First in passing touchdowns with 280
• Third in rushing carries with 393
• Seventh in rushing yards with 848
• Fourth in rushing touchdowns with 47
• Eighth in total touchdowns with 47

Career Post-Season Records
• First in pass attempts with 386
• First in pass completions with 265
• First in passing yards with 2,686
• First in passing touchdowns with 42
• Third in rushing attempts with 99
• Fifth in rushing yards with 236
• Third in rushing touchdowns with 12

Terrance Bryant became the first player inducted into the IFL Hall of Fame in 2014. The former Oregon State standout led the Storm to five indoor titles as a player and one as a coach.

He is a resident of Sioux Falls working as a route manager for Pepsi Cola. Bryant continues to be active with football, working with area high school and college students as a coach with the Riggs' Premier Football Academy.
 
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