UNI smashes Hampton, 44-0

Panthers force five turnovers in Saturday shutout.

Posted: Sep 23, 2018 9:40 AM

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) — Eli Dunne threw three touchdown passes, Trevor Allen and Marcus Weymiller each ran for a score and Northern Iowa forced five turnovers in shutting out Hampton 44-0 on Saturday.

Dunne hit Elias Nissen with a 12-yard TD pass on the Panthers' opening possession, then Chris Kolarevic's interception set up the first of Austin Errthum's three field goals.

Allen, 55 yards on five carries, ran untouched over the right side of the line and raced 49 yards for a score for a 20-0 halftime lead. The defense held Hampton to 59 total first-half yards, including nine yards rushing.

Weymiller, 20 carries for 78 yards, scored on a 9-yard run in the third quarter. The Panthers (1-2) outgained the Pirates 414 total yards to 204.

Dunne was 16 of 23 for 191 yards passing, with TD strikes of 19 yards to Nick Fossey and 12 yards to Deion McShane. McShane's TD was set up by Xavier Williams' interception.

Delmon Williams was 4 of 16 for 52 yards passing for Hampton (1-2), with three interceptions.

Article Comments

Mason City
Overcast
16° wxIcon
Hi: 17° Lo: 0°
Feels Like: -2°
Albert Lea
Broken Clouds
12° wxIcon
Hi: 14° Lo: -2°
Feels Like: -1°
Austin
Broken Clouds
18° wxIcon
Hi: 18° Lo: 1°
Feels Like: 2°
Charles City
Broken Clouds
14° wxIcon
Hi: 18° Lo: 1°
Feels Like: -2°
Rochester
Scattered Clouds
16° wxIcon
Hi: 17° Lo: 0°
Feels Like: -2°
January like temperatures will hold for the next few days
KIMT Radar
KIMT Eye in the sky

Latest Video

Image

1-on-1 with Bernie Sanders during north Iowa stop

Image

My Money: The difference between APR and APY

Image

Tracking Monday's weather: Get ready for the cold

Image

Preparing for Veterans Day events

Image

Bernie Sanders makes his way to North Iowa

Image

Chris' PM Weather Forecast 11/10

Image

Former Newman baseball star Josh Fitzgerald commits to TCU

Image

Mohawks swimmers place in state meet

Image

Grizzlies fall to Alexandria 4-3

Image

Weather forecast 11/9

Community Events