There’s nothing quite like a Saturday night in the Tyson Events Center during Bandits season. The atmosphere is electric, the fans are loud and the players are straining to hear the calls on the field. The quarterback receives the play from the offensive coordinator and joins the rest of the players in the huddle. He gives them the play, breaks the huddle and the team assembles on the line of scrimmage. The offensive coordinator, Jarrod “JD” DeGeorgia, is squatting in the end zone behind his offense, hands on his knees, waiting for the outcome of the play.
The Sioux City Bandits are pleased to announce their 2018 preseason game opponent will be the Sioux City Stampede. The game will take place at the Tyson Events Center on February 24, 2018, at 7:05pm.
The Sioux City Bandits hosted the Bismarck Bucks Saturday night, June 10, at the Tyson Events Center in the first round of CIF playoffs. This was the fifth time these two teams have met this season.
Less than an hour after a disappointing end to the season, Sioux City Bandits head coach Erv Strohbeen struggled to find words.
The Sioux City Bandits are pleased to announce three players on the Champions Indoor Football (CIF) 2017 All-League Team roster. With the 2017 All-Conference Teams announced earlier this week recognizing the accomplishments of ten Bandits on the first and second teams, the All-League Team honors three Bandits.
It has been a football journey from Pittsburg, California to Sioux City for Bandits linebacker Marlon Lobban, but whether it has been in college or indoor football the road has led to one thing -- championships.
On the eve of the Champions Indoor Football conference championship games set to commence this weekend, the CIF is proud to announce the 1st and 2nd team all-conference teams as voted upon by the coaches within each conference.
Quite a change of events for the Sioux City Bandits late in the second quarter.
Bismarck’s Tyler Floyd cruised into the end zone for a touchdown that would have provided a seventh first-half lead change. However, defensive lineman Devon Bridges knocked the ball loose and Bandits’ cornerback Cliff Stokes Jr. recovered the fumble.
This time it proved to be just a little too hard to beat the same team four times.
A touchdown with 11 seconds left gave the Omaha Beef the lead and an interception return for a score sealed it as they downed Sioux City 55-45 for the Northern Conference title in front of 2,407 fans at the Tyson Events Center on Saturday.