Bandits Announce Coaching Change
(May 18, 2004 Sioux City, IA) The Sioux City Bandits of the National Indoor Football League today announce that Head Coach Art Haege has left the team and Assistant Coach Ervin Bryson has been named Interim Head Coach.
Coach Bryson has Head Coaching experience in the NIFL with the Winston Salem Energy in 2002, he had been the Bandits Offensive Coordinator. Last Saturday the Bandits were defeated by the Billings Outlaws 71-39 and currently stand 4-4 on the season, which has six games left.
The Bandits play the Omaha Beef this Saturday May 22 at the Tyson Events Center/Gateway Arena, the Beef are the leaders in the Pacific North Division with the Sioux Falls Storm, each with 6-2 records.
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