NAIA football highlights – September 7th

NAIA football highlights – September 7th


PRESENTATION IN ITS HOME OPENER, LOOKING TO GET IN THE WIN COLUMN TIGERS UP 3 IN THE FIRST, AND DRIVING, KIEL NELSON PUMPS, AND THEN LOOKS DEEP FOR SPENCER NEUGEBAUER BUT DEVONTA BROOKS HAS POSITION AND COMES UP WITH THE INTERCEPTION BUT THE SAINTS GO 3 AND OUT, AND THEN ON THE ENSUING PUNT, THE DWU SPECIAL TEAMS MAKE A PLAY AS THE PUNT GETS BLOCKED, SETTING UP THE TIGERS AT THE PRESENTATION 18 YARD LINE JUST THREE PLAYS LATER, DWU CASHES IN FOR SIX, AS LUKE LOUDENBERG BURSTS THROUGH A HOLE UP THE MIDDLE FOR THE 6 YARD SCORE, LOUDENBERG WITH OVER 200 YARDS OF OFFENSE AND 3 SCORES ON THE DAY, 10-0 TIGERS 2ND QUARTER, DWU STARTING THE DRIVE AT THEIR OWN 26, ON FIRST DOWN, NEUGEBAUER GETS THE ROCK ON THE END AROUND, AND THE MITCHELL KERNEL PRODUCT DOES WHAT HE DOES BEST AT JOE QUINTAL FIELD AND TAKES IT 74 YARDS TO THE HOUSE, AS DAKOTA WESLEYAN GETS THE SHUTOUT OVER PRESENTATION, 44-0 DAKOTA STATE TRAVELED TO SIOUX CITY TO TAKE ON BRIAR CLIFF TROJANS LEADING BY 1 IN THE 3RD, AND COME UP WITH A HUGE 4TH DOWN STOP AS BRADEON WALLENSTEING INFILTRATES THE BACKFIELD AND FORCES THE TURNOVER ON DOWNS DSU WOULD GET TO THE CHARGERS 11 BUT THE DRIVE WOULD STALL, SO THEY’D SETTLE FOR A CASEY BORQUE 28 YARD FIELD GOAL AS THE TROJANS TOOK A 10-6 LEAD INTO THE 4TH QUARTER THAT’S WHERE BRIAR CLIFF WOULD TAKE THEIR OPENING POSSESSION OF THE 4TH, 65 YARDS CAPPED OFF BY A 12 YARD TD RUN FROM STANTON LEE, THE CHARGER DEFENSE WOULD HOLD SERVE THE REST OF THE WAY AS BRIAR CLIFF HANDS DAKOTA STATE ITS FIRST LOSS OF THE SEASON, 13-10. 11TH RANKED NORTHWESTERN OPENED ITS SEASON AGAINST VALLEY CITY STATE SCORELESS INTO THE SECOND QUARTER UNTIL NORTHWESTERN’S TYSON KOOIMA DROPS BACK, AND LOOKS DEEP AND CONNECTS WITH CADE MOSER FOR THE 41 YARD TD, AS THE RED RAIDERS GRAB THE 7-0 LEAD. FEW MINUTES LATER, RAIDERS DRIVING AGAIN, KOOIME LOOKING TO THE SIDELINE WHERE MICHAEL STOREY GETS THE TOE TAP IN AND HAULS IN THE 9 YARD TD, NORTHWESTERN SCORES 28 POINT ALONE IN THE 2ND QUARTER AS THEY ROLL IN THEIR OPENER, 47-7. THE TWINS WERE DEALT A BLOW TO ITS STARTING ROTATION EARLIER TODAY, AS MICHAEL PINEDA IS BEING

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