By Nick Filipowski, Weekend Sports Anchor - bio | email
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
Stephen Franklin and Angelo Pree each had interceptions in the final two minutes of the fourth quarter helping Sioux City secure its seventh win of the season, 61-47 over Omaha Saturday night.
John Bentley led the way on the ground rushing for 133 and reached the end zone six times.
Scott Jensen completed 9-of-13 passes for 133 touchdown and connected with Damon Mothershead and Eddie Pertilla for touchdowns.
Tied at 47 with the Bandits took a 54-47 lead on John Bentley's fifth touchdown of the game.
Driving with 1:13 to play, Beef quarterback Chris Coffin was picked off by Franklin.
Sioux City wasted little time making good on the extra possession scoring 19 seconds later.
Seven seconds into their next drive, Coffin was picked off again, this time by Pree to secure the victory.
Sioux City improves to 7-2 on the season and takes over the top spot in the Champions Professional Indoor Football League standings.
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