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UNI routs Missouri State 38-13 on senior day

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The UNI football team finished with a 3 game winning streak after a rout of Missouri State 38-13.

David Johnson led the Panther attack rushing for 116 yards and 2 touchdowns.  Johnson opened the game with a 77 yard touchdown run from scrimmage.  It was the 6th straight game the junior running back eclipsed the 100 yard mark.

Senior Carlos Anderson finished the day with a 60 yard touchdown reception.  Anderson finishes his career with 5,166 total all purpose yards.  He fell just 7 yards shy of Kenny Shedd's all-time team record of 5,173 yards.

UNI finished the 2012 campaign at 5-6 overall and 4-4 in the Missouri Valley Conference.

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