Ice Add Billingsley to the Fold
Fort Collins, CO - The Colorado Ice have signed University of Colorado (CU) player JJ Billingsley. He will add to the Ice's strong defensive unit as a defensive back. Billingsley comes from Aurora, CO and played football for the CU Buffaloes for five years. He earned freshman All-American honors and holds the record for career tackles. Billingsley also played football, basketball and ran track for Eaglecrest High School. He was a four-year letter winner and named to the first team All-City and All-League teams. Billingsley was captain of the football team his senior year and played in the All-State football game.
The Ice will host the Sioux City Bandits on Saturday at 7:05 p.m. at the Budweiser Events Center for "Military Night." A block party will begin at 5 p.m. The party will feature two live bands, military vehicles, food, fun and appearances by the Colorado Icicles and Glacier
All Ice games will be broadcast live on KFKA 1310 AM Radio or 1310kfka.com. Tickets available by calling (877) 544-8499, online at comcasttix.com, in person at the Budweiser Events Center box office, 5290 Arena Circle, Loveland, the Colorado Ice Headquarters, 1 Old Town Square Suite 107, Fort Collins, or any Comcast tix outlet.
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