CEDAR FALLS, Iowa -- Sawyer Kollmorgen threw three touchdown passes for the second consecutive game, Austin Ebertowski added three scores on the ground and Northern Iowa rolled past Central State (Ohio) 59-0 on Saturday night.
Kollmorgen, a redshirt freshman, threw for 265 yards and three TDs in Northern Iowa's 26-21 loss to then-No. 12 Wisconsin last week. He had 229 yards in this one on 11-of-18 passing and hit Brett LeMaster, Chad Owens and Phil Wright for scores.
Ebertowski scored on a 1-yard run late in the first half and added two more touchdowns in the third quarter, finishing with 87 yards rushing on 25 carries. On defense, Zach Cutkomp returned one of UNI's four interceptions for a touchdown and Jalen Barnes ran a fumble back for another score.
The Marauders (0-2), a Division II program, had no answers offensively in the first-ever meeting between the schools, tallying just 109 yards of total offense.
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|Fort Valley State||5-1||5-4|
|North Dakota State||7-1||13-2|
|South Dakota State||5-3||8-4|