The fourth quarter started with a Nebraska score to cut the lead to 31-23 after Jesse Scroggins found Angelo Pease for a nine-yard touchdown. Sioux Falls responded when Lorenzo Brown and Mike Tatum would connect for the 20-yard touchdown, extending the Storm?s lead 38-23. The Danger answered with a five-yard touchdown reception by Eric Thomas to bring the score to 38-30. The Thunder Defense would hold off the Dangers potential game tying drive with a 15-yard pick six by Jabari Gorman, giving the Storm a 45-30 lead. Nebraska would score next with a 25-yard touchdown reception by Gregory Dent, bringing the final score to 45-37.
Storm quarterback Lorenzo Brown hit seven out of 13 passes for 125 yards and four touchdowns, he also rushed for 38 yards. Running back Lyle McCombs gained 37 yards on 15 carries and one touchdown. Wide receivers Mike Tatum and Judd Harrold each caught a pair of touchdowns. Defensive back Marlon Moorehad nine total tackles which led defense while Jabari Gorman had one interception. Defensive linemen Kwame Bell had two forced fumbles along with one fumble recovery and Chris Martin had one fumble recovery.
The Sioux Falls Storm next face the Arizona Rattlers in a week eight contest on April 14 at the Denny Sanford Premier Center for a 7:05pm kickoff.