Photos from UNI football against South Dakota University on Oct. 16 at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls.
Three major errors in first half led to 21 Coyote points in 34-21 loss.
CEDAR FALLS – Northern Iowa says last week’s loss to North Dakota State won’t define its Missouri Valley Football Conference season.
After starting his first two seasons, and the first two games of 2021, McElvain was replaced as QB1 by Theo Day at Sacramento State.
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NDSU (4-0 overall, 1-0 MVFC) leads the nation in rushing with 1,268 yards in four games (317 per game) and the Bison are averaging 7.1 yards per rush.
The Panthers (3-1) jumped on the Penguins (1-3) early and often in their MVFC opener and cruised to their third straight victory, 34-7.
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Penguins will bring a strong run-game to the UNI-Dome.
UNI has averaged 206 yards a game on the ground in those two victories over Sac State and St. Thomas.
Three of the four conference openers featured incredible comebacks.
All-American wide receiver has touchdown catches in back-to-back games.
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Photos from the University of Northern Iowa Panthers football home opener against St. Thomas on Saturday at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls.
CEDAR FALLS – Mark Farley made it official Wednesday.
Day led UNI to touchdowns on his first four series after replacing starter Will McElvain to start the third quarter.
It will be the first ever meeting between No. 15 UNI and Sacramento State. In fact, the Hornets are the last member of the Big Sky Conference that Panthers have played all-time.
Spencer Cuvelier and Bryce Flater lead a deep and talented position group.
CEDAR FALLS – Shawn Watson needed 12 months to do a complete analysis of Northern Iowa’s quarterback room.
It was a rough spring for an abundance of college football teams as they battled COVID issues.
The 6-foot-6, 252-pound Smith was taken with the 11th pick of the fourth round, 116th overall, by the New York Giants.
Northern Iowa offensive tackle Spencer Brown was so happy to hear his name called Friday during the NFL draft that he leaped from a chair and destroyed a table.
Monday, Panther director of athletics David Harris announced that Farley has had his contracted extended through the 2026 season.