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Storm Rout Nebraska to go to 3-0



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The Sioux Falls Storm once again broke open a close game early and went on to beat the Nebraska Danger 80-32 at the SF Arena Monday night. Chris Dixon showed why he was the league's MVP throwing for 4 TD's and rushing for 3 more. The defense also scored twice as the Storm built a 42-16 half-time lead and hit the 80 point mark for the second straight week after scoring 105 in their opener. The 3-0 Storm will play at Wichita this coming Saturday night. See the highlights.
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