The Alaska Wild struggled through two seasons in the IFL. The first campaign was a winless one, as the Wild were outscored by an average of 63-30. The team turned the ball over 43 times and allowed 33 sacks. Earl Mason and Jamie Wiliamson quarterbacked the team and combined to throw for 25 touchdowns and run for 11 more. Solomon Jones led the team at the wide receiver spot, with 14 touchdowns and 655 yards. Johnnie Taylor led the team on defense with 5 of the team's 12 interceptions. The closest the team came to a win was a 49-40 loss to Maryland, in which the Wild scored twice in the final three minutes to make the score respectable. The worts loss was a 76-9 beatdown at Wichita. The team returned in 2010 to be far more competitive. The Wild lost three games by a single point and three more by eight or less. Donald Carrie quarterbacked the team through most of the season, throwing for 12 scores and just one interception. The ball was spread around well, as several receivers caught four touchdowns a piece. The Wild only played ten games, however, due to financial issues with the Sullivan Arena. The final four home games were cancelled and the team disbanded. A final road game at Tri-Cities was credited to the Wild, but few, if any, Wild players participated.