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UNI hammers Central State in Dome Opener

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Fresh off their near upset of Wisconsin, UNI took out all their frustration on Division II Central State, hammering the Marauders 59-0.

Sawyer Kollmorgen threw for 229 yards and 3 touchdowns in the Panther victory.  On the ground, UNI freshman Austin Ebertowski emerged as another threat behind Carlos Anderson and David Johnson.  Ebertowski led UNI with 92 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns.

Defensively, UNI dominated Central State.  The Panthers held the Marauders to just 10 yards of offense in the first half and 109 total for the game.  UNI's Zach Cutkomp scored on a second quarter interception return.  Special teams came up big as well as Jalen Barnes took a fumbled kick return to the house.

UNI moves on to face in-state rival Iowa next Saturday in Iowa City.

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