The Mid-Missouri Outlaws scored first, but the Sioux City Bandits scored more Saturday in a Champions Professional Indoor Football League game in Sioux City, Iowa.
James Cody, who rushed for 24 yards on 12 carries and caught six passes for 61 yards, scored on an 18-yard run 2:05 into the game to give Mid-Missouri a 6-0 lead.
However, the Bandits rallied to lead 13-6 after one quarter, 35-6 at halftime and 49-6 after three quarters in the Bandits’ 56-6 victory.
The Outlaws (0-9) tallied only 107 yards of total offense, while Sioux City accumulated 335.
Sioux City cashed in on its opportunities, scoring on four of its six trips into the red zone and converting five of seven third-down conversions.
The Outlaws reached the red zone only once and went two for 10 on third-down attempts.
Mid-Missouri quarterback Damien Dunning played a full game for the first time this season, completing 14 of 23 passes for 112 yards.
After Week 10, the Bandits are third in the CPIFL at 6-2. Wichita is first at 9-1 and Omaha is second at 7-1.