The San Angelo Bandits moved to the LSFL after the team was sold and moved from the IFL. The Bandits did not do well in their first season going 1-11, winning a home contest against the league's top team Amarillo. Greg Dillion spent seven games quarterbacking the team, throwing for 1,555 yards, 25 touchdowns and 12 picks. Craig McClelland passed for 14 scores and eight interceptions. Matt Washington led all receivers with 913 yards and twenty touchdowns. Tristan Carter led all rushers with 270 yards and 18 scores. The team was outscored by an average of 63-46. San Angelo quarterbacks were sacked 32 times, compared to just ten by the Bandits. Opponents scored on all but four trips inside the red zone. The team's most exciting game came in a 3 hour twenty minute contest against New Mexico. A Stars touchdown with 1:51 left secured an 89-82 victory for New Mexico. The Bandits turned it all around in 2014, going 8-4 and winning all six of their home games. Statistics for the season were incomplete, but the team did average 66 points per game, winning a game against West Texas 107-74. Against top team Rio Grande Valley, the Bandits won 68-67, lost 92-89, and won 74-71. Unfortunately, with the expulsion of the Sol, San Angelo would not play a deciding game against them for the title. However, San Angelo won the LSFL championship 64-34 over the New Mexico Stars.