Northern Iowa beats Tennessee Tech 50-7

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CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) — Sawyer Kollmorgen threw three touchdowns and Michael Schmadeke kicked five field goals as Northern Iowa rolled over Tennessee Tech 50-7 on Saturday.

Kollmorgen was 14 of 21 for 200 yards for the Panthers (2-2). David Johnson ran for 142 yards.

Schmadeke kicked a pair of field goals in the first quarter to put the Panthers up 6-0. In the second, Kollmorgen threw touchdowns to Braden Lehman, Brett LeMaster and Kevin Vereen, Jr. Deiondre Hall scored on a 32-yard interception return to give Northern Iowa a 34-0 halftime advantage.

Backup QB Brion Carnes ran for another Panthers TD in the third quarter and Schmadeke kicked two more field goals in the third and another in the fourth.

The only score for the Golden Eagles (1-3) came on an 84-yard run by Radir Annoor, whose 98 yards rushing was the bright spot as the team netted just 92 yards of offense.

With the loss, Tennessee Tech's Watson Brown becomes the first coach in NCAA history to lose 200 games with a record of 128-200-1.

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