Former Arizona Wildcat QB Willie Tuitama has inked a deal to play in the Indoor Football League according to sources close to the Tuitama family.
Tuitama, who holds numerous Arizona passing records including career passing yards (9,211), single-season passing yards (3,683) and career passing touchdowns (67), is currently in route to Grand Island, Nebraska to meet with his new team the Nebraska Danger.
The Danger are part of a six-team expansion project that will increase the current IFL league teams from 19 to 25. The IFL's inaugural season was in 2009. The Danger's first game will be played on February 26, 2011.
According to sources, Tuitama inked a deal Monday evening.
"B-Lope will probably join Willie," a source told Wildcat Sports Report, referring to former Wildcat fullback Brandon Lopez.
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