New signee Daryl Virgies ran for 97 yards and three touchdowns on just six carries and the Sioux City Bandits smothered the Kansas City Phantoms 77-26 in a Champions Indoor Football game at the Tyson Events Center here Saturday.
On May 6th, 2017, a school bus full of students, swerved off a steep road in Tanzania.
Three STEMM missionaries came upon the crash scene shortly after the accident, and helped in any way they could.
The three children that survived-- Doreen, Sadhia and Wilson-- were badly hurt, and needed more medical care than their home country could provide.
Thanks to STEMM, Congressman Steve King, and Mercy Medical Center, they were flown to Sioux City for treatment, and are now thriving back in their home country.
The losing streak has been stopped, now it is time to build on it.
The Sioux City Bandits snapped a three-game losing streak by downing Omaha 52-40 last Saturday at the Tyson Events Center. The victory keeps the Bandits firmly in the hunt for the top spot in the North Conference, but head coach Erv Strohbeen knows there is still work to be done.
Darrian Miller ran for three touchdowns, Solomon St. Pierre intercepted two passes and the Sioux City Bandits ended their three-game losing streak by defeating the Omaha Beef 52-40 in a Champions Indoor Football contest at the Tyson Events Center Saturday.
After dropping the last two games, the Sioux City Bandits had a chance to steal a game from the Salina Liberty but fumbled the ball away with seven seconds left in a 60-58 loss in a Champions Indoor Football contest at the Tyson Event Center here Saturday.
E.J. Hilliard threw three touchdown passes and ran in another as the Quad Cities SteamWheelers defeated the Sioux City Bandits 43-38 in a Champions Indoor Football contest at the TaxSlayer Center here Saturday.
Greg Conry is enjoying a breakout season as the place kicker for the Sioux City Bandits. To do that he needed to do something that doesn’t come natural to kickers – stop kicking.
Buffalo is where Fred Jackson's career started. On Wednesday, it was where his 10 year career came to an end. The running back signed a one day contract with the Bills and officially retired from the NFL.
Most players in Champions Indoor Football dream of playing at a higher level. Sioux City Bandits quarterback Liam Nadler appreciates some things about the indoor game though.
The Sioux City Bandits rallied from an early 14-point deficit to win a 69-55 shootout over the Kansas City Phantoms in a Champions Indoor Football contest at the Tyson Events Center here Saturday.
Brandon Washington scored both of his touchdowns in the final seven minutes, including the game-winner with 1:55 to play, and the Bandits beat Kansas City 69-55 on Saturday.
Sioux City native, former arena football player, Pfizer pharmaceutical sales rep, head coach of the Sioux City Bandits, husband, father: These are all hats that Erv Strohbeen wears on a daily basis. Although if you ask him, he’s most proud of his Midwest roots.
Erv Strohbeen was pleased his Sioux City Bandits picked up a season-opening victory last Sunday. Like every coach, he knows improvements must be made if that is to continue.
Liam Nadler threw four touchdown passes with no interceptions. Not bad for his first start with the Sioux City Bandits....
The Sioux City Bandits welcomed the Sioux City Stampede indoors Saturday night as they battled it out on the turf in the SUX Bowl. The Bandits emerged victorious 39-12 in the inauguration exhibition game against Sioux City’s outdoor team.
The Champions Indoor Football League (CIF) is excited to announce a new media partnership with Pluto TV for the 2018 season. Pluto TV is an industry leader in streaming free live content on all of your favorite devices. Pluto TV is an app that can be downloaded to any smart device and from there you will click on your favorite CIF Teams Channel and enjoy the games for free.
Two Bandits quarterbacks threw for three touchdowns in a 39-12 win over the Stampede in a preseason match up of Sioux City professional football squads at Tyson Events' Center Saturday evening before a crowd of 2.879.
Marlon Lobban may be a first year Bandits coach, but he is no stranger to the game of football. In fact, when asked how his football career got started, he chuckled and casually admitted he has over 20 years of experience under his belt.