The Bombers wasted no time finding the endzone on Saturday night. Quarterback Andre Coles punched it in for six on the Bombers first drive of the evening.
On the ensuing drive, Bombers defensive back Christian Torres came up with an interception in the back of the endzone. He would lose the ball coming out of the endzone, but the Bombers would recover.
They would quickly turn that into another touchdown, and establish a 13-0 lead.
In the second quarter, the Bombers would once again get the offense moving up the field. The Bombers would convert on a fourth down with a pass from Coles to Juan Reese.
That set up another touchdown run for Coles, and give Abilene a 20-0 lead. They would hold onto a 41-20 at halftime.
In the second half the Bombers defense would limit the Bandits to 13 points, and that would be enough to hold on for a 47-33 victory.