Struck, protection lead Missouri State to 13-6 win over N. Iowa

Matt Struck was 19-of-25 passing for 174 yards and the sport’s solely landing to assist Missouri State beat Northern Iowa 13-6

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa — Matt Struck was 19-of-25 passing for 174 yards and the sport’s solely landing to assist Missouri State beat Northern Iowa 13-6 on Saturday.

Struck threw a 3-yard TD move to Carson Buddemeyer to open the scoring with 4 minutes left within the first quarter and Missouri State (3-4, 3-1 Missouri Valley Convention) led the remainder of the way in which.

Northern Iowa (2-3, 2-3), which went into the sport ranked No. 10 within the STATS FCS ballot, had received its final to matchups with the Bears by a mixed rating of 59-0.

Struck, a senior switch from Idaho State who began rather than injured Jalen Johnson, hit Damoriea Vick for a 22-yard achieve on fourth-and-6 to arrange a 33-yard area objective by Jose Pizano that gave Missouri State a 13-6 lead with 4:30 to play.

Redshirt freshman Justin Fomby was 18-of-29 passing for 215 yards with an interception for Northern Iowa. He began rather than Will McElvain, who missed to sport because of points surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.

The Panthers, who had been restricted to 27 yards speeding on 26 carries, have misplaced three video games this season by a mixed complete of 11 factors.

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