Terrance Bryant to Return For the Sioux Falls Storm
The Sioux Falls Storm announced that Terrance Bryant will be returning to the team as quarterback for the remainder of the 2013 season, beginning this Sunday, April 7th against the Green Bay Blizzard.
This season certainly hasn't started as well as the Storm would've expected, beginning the season 2-2, Coach Riggs decided that bringing Bryant back along with his veteran leadership and talent were going to be the best option moving forward to give the Storm another chance at a title this season.
Bryant's indoor football career came to a end with retirement in after the 2010 season and has continued to stay in Sioux Falls and active with area high schools and college students as a coach with the Rigg's Premier Football Academy.
His number "5" currently hangs in the rafters of the "Storm Shelter" and will remain there and for the remainder of the season, Bryant will be wearing the #15.
Here are the career stats for Bryant as a member of the Storm.
2,042 Pass Attempts
1,337 Pass Completions (65.7% for career)
13,508 Passing Yards
259 Passing Touchdowns
356 Rush Attempts
794 Rushing Yards
45 Rushing Touchdowns
4 National Championship Wins
2 back to back perfect seasons in 2006 and 2007
A 40 game win streak that spanned the 2005 season through 2008. The longest win streak in professional sports.