UNI Football Kicks Off Season At Iowa State Saturday
Courtesy: UNI Athletics Communications  
Release: Thursday 08/29/2011
#7 University of Northern Iowa (0-0, 0-0 MVFC) vs.
Iowa State University (0-0, 0-0 Big 12)
Game #1 - Sat., Sept. 3, 2011 6 p.m. (Central)
Ames, Iowa - Jack Trice Stadium (50,000/Grass)

Series vs. ISU: ISU leads 19-4-3
Television: None - Internet Only
Radio: Panther Sports Network


UNI FOOTBALL QUICK HITS
  • Saturday's game will mark the 27th all-time meeting between UNI and Iowa State. It will also mark the seventh meeting between the two schools since UNI head coach Mark Farley took over the Panther program in 2001. Farley's lone win over the Cyclones came in 2007 when UNI notched a 24-13 win over Iowa State in Ames.
  • UNI returns 10 of its top 11 tacklers from the 2010 squad that won the MVFC Championship, with linebacker Jamar Thompson being the lone loss. In 2010, the Panthers led the Valley in sacks and rushing defense while ranking second in total defense and scoring defense.
  • UNI has five games scheduled in 2011 against teams ranked in the top 30 of the preseason FCS Coaches Poll. The Panthers will take on No. 14 Stephen F. Austin (Sept. 10), No. 26 Western Illinois (Sept. 24), No. 17 Southern Illinois (Oct. 22), No. 11 North Dakota State (Oct. 29) and No. 29 Southern Utah (Nov. 12).
  • Senior quarterback Tirrell Rennie returns for his final season after leading a UNI rushing attack that averaged 217 yards per contest in 2010 - leading the MVFC and ranking No. 9 in the nation as a team. Rennie was No. 16 in the nation among all FCS players with an average of 108 rushing yards per game.
  • UNI returns both cogs of a dangerous kickoff return tandem in senior wide receiver Jarred Herring and junior running back Carlos Anderson. Herring owns a career average of 24.6 yards per return with one touchdown. Anderson was No. 14 in the nation among all FCS individuals in 2010 with an average of 27.2 yards per return, while taking two kicks back for scores.
  • UNI has posted an all-time record of 610-380-47 since the inception of the Panther football in 1895.
  • UNI head coach Mark Farley is entering his 11th season at the helm of the Panther program. Farley has posted a mark of 89-37, which ranks him for third on the Panthers' coaching victory list trailing only Clyde Starbeck (95 wins) and Stan Sheriff (129 wins). Farley is the Panthers' all-time postseason wins leader with nine (9-6 all-time in the playoffs).
  • UNI has an all-time record of 20-63-5 vs. FBS opponents. Most of the success has come in the last 26 years, with a 9-20 mark against FBS teams since 1985.
  • Farley is 2-9 against FBS opponents with wins over Ball State (42-39, Sept. 22, 2001) and Iowa State (24-13, Sept. 8, 2007).
  • The Panthers boasted of nine players in the National Football League (when camps opened in late July), a list which includes: Brad Meester (Jacksonville Jaguars), Benny Sapp (Miami Dolphins), Brandon Keith (Arizona Cardinals), Chad Rinehart (Buffalo Bills), Austin Howard (Philadelphia Eagles), James Ruffin (Cincinnati Bengals), Quentin Scott (Oakland Raiders), Schuylar Oordt (St. Louis Rams) and Ryan Mahaffey (Baltimore Ravens).
  • The Panthers have been picked to win the Missouri Valley Football Conference in the league's preseason poll. UNI has won 15 MVFC titles.

THE GAME
The No. 7-ranked University of Northern Iowa football team will open the 2011 season Saturday at 6 p.m. against the Iowa State Cyclones at Jack Trice Stadium in Ames, Iowa.

THE SERIES
Saturday's game will mark the 27th all-time meeting between UNI and Iowa State. Iowa State holds a 19-4-3 lead in the all-time series.
    It will also mark the seventh meeting between the two schools since UNI head coach Mark Farley took over the Panther program in 2001.
    Farley's lone win over the Cyclones came in 2007 when UNI notched a 24-13 win over Iowa State in Ames.

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS VS. ISU
1899 vs. ISU T, 0-0
1900 at ISU W, 5-0
1901 vs. ISU T, 0-0
1902 vs. ISU L 52-0
1904 at ISU L, 17-0
1905 at ISU L, 29-0
1916 at ISU L, 12-0
1936 at ISU T, 0-0
1937 at ISU L, 14-12
1945 at ISU L, 48-13
1946 at ISU L, 20-18
1947 at ISU L, 31-14
1948 at ISU L, 27-7
1950 at ISU L, 26-8
1987 at ISU L, 39-38
1988 at ISU L, 20-17
1990 at ISU L, 35-6
1992 at ISU W, 27-10
1994 at ISU W, 28-14
1996 at ISU L, 42-23
2001 at ISU L, 45-0
2003 at ISU L, 17-10
2004 at ISU L, 23-0
2006 at ISU L, 28-27
2007 at ISU W, 24-13
2010 at ISU L, 27-0

THE COACHES
UNI head coach Mark Farley is in his 11th season at the helm of the Panther sideline. Farley has posted a mark of 89-37 in 10 seasons, which includes six trips to the NCAA FCS playoffs.
    Paul Rhoads is in his third season as the Iowa State head coach. Rhoads is 1-0 all-time vs. UNI.

TELEVISION
The game will not be televised. However, the game will be made available on UNI Panther Vision on the UNI site for the monthly fee.

RADIO
The game will be broadcast on the Panther Sports Radio Network. Gary Rima (play-by-play) and Scott Peterson (analyst) will call the action.

UNIPANTHERS ONLINE
Panther fans will be able to view most of UNI's home football games on www.UNIPanthers.com through UNI Panthers Inside Access. For a nominal fee, fans can get live streamed audio and video of most home games of UNI volleyball, football, men's basketball, women's basketball and wrestling as well as some road contests. To sign up, please go to UNI's official athletic website at www.unipanthers.com and click on the Panthers Inside Access link on the front page.

PANTHER POINTS

IOWA STATE CYCLONES
Iowa State is coming off a 5-7 season in 2010. The Cyclones posted a 3-5 mark in Big 12 action as well last year.

UNI VS. FBS OPPONENTS
UNI has an all-time record of 20-63-5 vs. teams of the I-A (FBS) division. Most of the success has come in the last 26 years, with a 9-20 mark against I-A teams since 1985.

(NOTE: see chart on pg. 4)

    UNI is 1-0 against Ball State (2001), 0-1 against Boise State (2000), 0-1 against Bowling Green State (1947), 0-1 vs. BYU (2008), 0-4 against Central Michigan (last 1970), 4-5 against Eastern Michigan (last 1998), 1-14 against Iowa (last 2009), 4-19-3 against Iowa State (last 2010), 3-0 against Kansas State (last 1989), 0-1 against Minnesota (1987), 0-1 versus UNLV (1975), 2-1 versus Northern Illinois (last 1964), 1-0 against Ohio University (36-21 in '99), 0-2 against Oklahoma State (2002), 0-1 against Pittsburgh (1988), 4-11-2 against Western Michigan (last 1949) and 0-1 against Wyoming (1993).

PANTHERS ARE A BIG DRAW IN AMES
UNI has played at Iowa State 12 times since 1987 and the announced crowd has been in excess of 40,000 on each occasion.
    In fact during UNI's trips to Ames in 2006 (55,518) and 2007 (56,795) it helped set the stadium record for attendance each time - a mark which still stands.

DEFENSIVELY SPEAKING
UNI is 62-4 in the Mark Farley era (2001-present) when holding the opposition to 20 points or less.
UNI when holding the opp. to 20 or less
2001: 7-0
2002: 2-0
2003: 6-1 (lost to Iowa St 17-10)
2004: 4-1 (lost to Western Kentucky 17-10)
2005: 6-0
2006: 5-0
2007: 10-0
2008: 10-0
2009: 6-1 (lost to Iowa 17-16)
2010: 6-1 (lost to Lehigh 14-7)
TOTAL - 62-4 (2 of the losses against FBS schools)

GETTING OFFENSIVE
UNI is 60-3 in the Mark Farley era (2001-present) when scoring 30 or more points in a game.

UNI when scoring 30 or more points
2001: 6-0
2002: 2-0
2003: 6-0
2004: 6-1 (lost to Southern Illinois 40-36)
2005: 7-0
2006: 6-1 (lost to North Dakota 35-31)
2007: 9-0
2008: 8-0
2009: 6-0
2010: 4-1 (lost to Southern Illinois 45-38)
TOTAL - 60-3 (2 of the losses against Southern Illinois)

RENNIE APPROACHING TOP-10 LIST FOR RUSHING TDS
Senior quarterback Tirrell Rennie rushed for 15 touchdowns last season, only two off a school record (17) set by David Horne in the 2005 season.
    Horne and Richard Carter (2000-04) are tied for No. 10 on the Panthers' all-time rushing touchdowns list with 17 rushing scores.
    Jeff Stovall (1993-96) holds the school record for rushing touchdowns with 46.

LOCAL CONNECTIONS
A pair of UNI players have connections to the Iowa State squad or the Ames area.
    Senior defensive lineman Will Eilert committed to Iowa State as a senior at Grinnell. However, Eilert eventually signed a National Letter-of-Intent at UNI. Eilert redshirted in 2007 but has seen action in each of the past three seasons for the Panthers. Last season, he started eight games on the defensive line and tied for second on the squad with six quarterback sacks.
    Sophomore linebacker Sam Tim is a native of Ames, Iowa, and graduated from Ames High School in 2009. Tim saw action in eight games last season and recorded five tackles.

UNI RANKED #7 IN SPORTS
NETWORK PRESEASON POLL
The University of Northern Iowa football team has been chosen as the preseason No. 7 FCS team in the nation, according to The Sports Network/Fathead.com Preseason Top 25 poll.
    Reigning FCS champion Eastern Washington earned this year's top spot in the preseason poll. The Eagles were installed as a prohibitive No. 1 by voters, gaining 90 of the 140 first-place votes and 3,377 points in the poll.
    Appalachian State, which is coming off its sixth straight season of at least 10 wins and a share of the Southern Conference title, collected 14 first-place votes and was picked second.
    William & Mary had six more first-place votes than Appalachian State for 20, while finishing one spot behind at No. 3. Georgia Southern, which had 11 first-place votes, was fourth, and Delaware, which fell to Eastern Washington in the national championship game, was fifth, gaining a pair of first-place votes.
    Other Preseason Top 10 teams were No. 6 Montana State, No. 7 Northern Iowa, No. 8 Wofford, No. 9 Jacksonville State and No. 10 New Hampshire (one first-place vote).

UNI TABBED #4 IN PRESEASON FCS COACHES' POLL
The University of Northern Iowa football team has received another preseason top-10 rating for the 2011 season, being picked No. 7 in the preseason FCS Coaches Poll.
    UNI has five games scheduled in 2011 against teams ranked in the top 30 of the FCS Coaches Poll. The Panthers will take on No. 14 Stephen F. Austin (Sept. 10), No. 26 Western Illinois (Sept. 24), No. 17 Southern Illinois (Oct. 22), No. 11 North Dakota State (Oct. 29) and No. 29 Southern Utah (Nov. 12).
    The Eastern Washington Eagles were picked as the No. 1 team in the FCS Coaches Poll, receiving 23 of the 28 first-place votes to earn 687 points overall.
    Appalachian State, which finished the 2010 season at No. 4, earned one first-place vote and a total of 617 points, placing the Mountaineers in the No. 2 spot. Georgia Southern received three first-place votes and begins the 2011 season at No. 3. William & Mary took fourth for the second consecutive year in the preseason poll, while last year's national runner-up, Delaware, rounded out the top five.
    Montana State makes its first appearance in the preseason top 10 in past two years at No. 6. Northern Iowa, Wofford, Jacksonville State and New Hampshire complete the top 10, respectively.
    The FCS Coaches Poll is based exclusively on a voting panel of head coaches in the FCS under the cooperation of the Collegiate Commissioners Association (CCA) and the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) and is administered by the Southern Conference.

PANTHERS PICKED TO WIN MVFC CHAMPIONSHIP
The University of Northern Iowa football team has been selected as the preseason favorite to claim the 2011 Missouri Valley Football Conference crown.
    The Panthers received the top spot in a poll conducted by league coaches, media and sports information directors. UNI, which has been ranked in 81 straight regular-season polls, received 316 total points and 29 of 36 first-place votes. The Panthers were one of three league teams in the FCS playoffs last year and finished the 2010 league slate with a 6-2 mark and outright MVFC crown.
    North Dakota State was second in the poll with 275 points and six first-place votes. Southern Illinois claimed the only remaining first-place vote and took third with 207 points.
    South Dakota State claimed the No. 4 spot with 172 points, leading a pack consisting of Illinois State (169 points), Indiana State (168 points) and Western Illinois (151 points). Youngstown State and Missouri State rounded out the poll at No. 8 and No. 9, respectively.

2011 Valley Football Preseason Poll
Team (first-place votes)    Points
1. UNI (29)         316
2. North Dakota State (6)    275
3. Southern Illinois (1)     207
4. South Dakota State     172
5. Illinois State            169
6. Indiana State        168
7. Western Illinois             151
8. Youngstown State     88
9. Missouri State      74

SEVEN PANTHERS EARN PRESEASON VALLEY FB HONORS
On the individual side, the Panthers led the way with seven preseason All-MVFC selections and an additional four honorable mention picks.
    Senior quarterback Tirrell Rennie, senior offensive lineman Jay Teply, senior defensive lineman Ben Boothby, senior linebacker L.J. Fort, junior defensive back J.J. Swain, junior punter Kyle Bernard and junior return specialist Carlos Anderson were preseason All-Valley selections.
    Junior offensive lineman Brian Palangi, senior linebacker James Conley, junior defensive back Andre Martin and senior return specialist Jarred Herring earned honorable mention status. 
   
HOT OUT OF THE CHUTE
UNI is 57-48-7 all-time in season openers and 14-7 in the last 21 years. 
    UNI is 6-4 in season openers under head coach Mark Farley.   
    The last time UNI opened the season with a road win came in 2006, when the Panthers secured a 48-7 victory at Drake.
    The last time UNI opened the season with a road win over an FBS opponent came in 1998, when the Panthers tallied a 13-10 win at Eastern Michigan.

THREE PANTHERS NAMED TO COLLEGE SPORTING NEWS PRE-SEASON ALL-AMERICA TEAMS
The University of Northern Iowa football team is represented by three selections on the 2011 College Sporting News FCS Preseason All-America teams.
    Senior defensive tackle Ben Boothby and senior quarterback Tirrell Rennie are preseason second-team All-America picks, while junior kick returner Carlos Anderson is a third-team choice.

RENNIE NAMED TO WALTER PAYTON AWARD WATCH LIST
University of Northern Iowa senior quarterback Tirrell Rennie is among the 20 players on the Walter Payton Watch List.
    Rennie is coming off the 2010 season in which he rushed for a team-best 1,291 yards and 15 touchdowns. Rennie also passed for 1,543 yards and eight touchdowns. Rennie helped lead the Panthers to a Missouri Valley Football Conference title in 2010 and a spot in the NCAA FCS Playoffs.
    The Payton Award will celebrate its 25th anniversary this season and be presented to the FCS' outstanding player at the national awards banquet Thursday night, Jan. 5 in Frisco, Texas.

BOOTHBY NAMED TO BUCK BUCHANAN WATCH LIST
University of Northern Iowa senior defensive lineman Ben Boothby is among the 20 candidates on the Buchanan Watch List.
    A native of Clinton, Iowa, Boothby was a first-team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference pick in 2010. He started all 12 games for the MVFC regular season champions. Boothby also earned second-team Academic All-America honors in 2010. He ranked No. 12 in the nation among FCS players with 9.5 sacks. He led the MVFC in sacks (9.5) and tackle-for-loss (16.0). He tied the school record for sacks in a game with four in the 2010 season-opening win over North Dakota State, which earned him MVFC Defensive Player of the Week honors.
    The Buchanan Award is in its 17th season and will be presented to the FCS' outstanding defensive player at the national awards banquet Thursday night, Jan. 5 in Frisco, Texas.

BOOTHBY NOMINATED TO
ALLSTATE AFCA GOOD WORKS TEAM®
Allstate Insurance Company and the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) announced a record 132 nominees for the 2011 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team®.
    The award recognizes the selfless contributions to volunteerism and community service made by college football student-athletes across the nation. University of Northern Iowa senior defensive lineman Ben Boothby (Clinton, Iowa) is among the 132 nominees.
    This year marks the program's 20th year honoring college football players at all levels of competition who stand out for their "good works" in the community. Since 1992, selection to the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® has become the gold standard for off-the-field character and leadership for college football players. The honor is widely considered the sport's pre-eminent community service award.
    "This program has grown dramatically throughout the years due to the volunteerism and commitment of these great student-athletes to their communities," said Mark LaNeve, Allstate Executive Vice President, Marketing & Sales Operations, who also serves on the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® voting panel. "To be associated with an award that reflects so positively on college football is an inspiration for Allstate, our employees and our agents, especially as the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® celebrates its 20th year."
    While it is often college football players' on-field exploits that receive the most attention from fans and media, the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® award shines a spotlight on student-athletes' efforts away from the playing field by sharing their stories of serving others.
    From creating mentorship programs at local schools, to traveling on mission trips around the world, to donating bone marrow to a cancer patient, this year's Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® nominees boast some of the most impressive community service resumes in the program's history.
    "The Allstate AFCA Good Works Team is one of the most important awards in college football because it highlights some of the best and brightest student-athletes in the country," said Grant Teaff, AFCA Executive Director. "With this being the 20th year of this outstanding award, it's great to see a record number of nominees sent in from some of the leading football programs in the nation. The AFCA is proud to share in this anniversary year with our partners at Allstate."
    From the nominees submitted by sports information directors across the nation on behalf of their schools, a special voting panel consisting of former Good Works Team® members and prominent college football media members will select two 11-player Good Works Teams® - one comprising of players from the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision and another representing players from the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision, Divisions II, III, and the NAIA. The 22 student-athletes named to the 2011 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® will be announced in late September.
    After a successful first-year partnership with ESPN.com, Allstate and the AFCA will re-launch its customized Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® website featuring profiles and images of the final team members, as well as an opportunity for fans to vote for the 2011 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® Captain.
    The 2011 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® voting panel includes: former Good Works Team® members Alex Van Pelt (Pittsburgh, 1992 team), Zaid Abdul-Aleem (Duke, 1994 team), Matt Stinchcomb (Georgia, 1997, 1998 teams), Grant Irons (Notre Dame, 1999 team), Brian Brenberg (St. Thomas, 2001 team), Mike Proman (Amherst, 2002 team); media members Lou Holtz (ESPN), Rece Davis (ESPN), Tom O'Toole (USA Today), Gary Shelton (St. Petersburg Times), Blair Kerkhoff (Kansas City Star); current AFCA President and Montana State University Head Coach Rob Ash; 1987 AFCA President LaVell Edwards, former head coach at Brigham Young University; and Allstate Executive Vice President, Marketing & Sales Operations, Mark LaNeve.
    In order to meet the criteria set forth by Allstate and the AFCA, each player must be actively involved and committed to working with a charitable organization, service group or community service while maintaining good academic standing.

TWO PANTHERS EARN PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA HONORS FROM THE SPORTS NETWORK
The University of Northern Iowa has had two players named to The Sports Network/Fathead.com FCS Preseason All-America Team, including first-team selection senior defensive tackle Ben Boothby.
    Boothby, a senior from Clinton, Iowa, earlier this week was named to the Buck Buchanan Watch List. Boothby was a first-team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference pick in 2010. He started all 12 games for the MVFC regular season champions. Boothby also earned second-team Academic All-America honors in 2010. He ranked No. 12 in the nation among FCS players with 9.5 sacks. He led the MVFC in sacks (9.5) and tackle-for-loss (16.0).
    Junior Carlos Anderson (Blue Springs, Mo.) earned third-team preseason All-America honors as a kick returner. Anderson returned 25 kicks last season for an average of 27.2 per return. Anderson returned two kicks for touchdowns in 2010. He returned a second-quarter kick 99 yards for a score against Stephen F. Austin (Sept. 18) and he returned the opening kickoff 88 yards for a touchdown in a win over Missouri State (Nov. 13).
ANDERSON, BOOTHBY NAMED TO PHIL STEELE PRESEASON ALL-AMERICA SQUAD
The University of Northern Iowa football squad has two players honored as members on Phil Steele's 2011 Preseason FCS All-America Team.
    Senior defensive lineman Ben Boothby is a second-team choice, while junior running back/return specialist Carlos Anderson notched third-team status.
    Phil Steele's College Football Preview magazine also released its preseason Missouri Valley Football Conference squad, which features 11 Panthers on either the first or second team.
    Earning first-team MVFC honors were senior quarterback Tirrell Rennie, senior defensive lineman Ben Boothby, senior linebacker L.J. Fort, junior defensive back J.J. Swain and junior kick returner Carlos Anderson.
    The Panthers dominated the second-team with six other players earning mention as well as Anderson again as a running back. Junior offensive lineman Misha Danilov, senior offensive lineman Jay Teply, senior defensive lineman Darren Branch, senior linebacker James Conley, junior defensive back Andre Martin, Anderson at running back and junior punter Kyle Bernard received second-team accolades from the preseason publication.

HOME SWEET DOME
UNI is 177-45-1 (.796) in the UNI-Dome. The Panthers have gone undefeated at home in a season seven times since 1990.
    Prior to 1998, the Panthers had two consecutive undefeated seasons in the Dome. The Panthers have posted three perfect home seasons under head coach Mark Farley, including 2001 (6-0), 2003 (6-0) and 2005 (7-0).
    Prior to a September 24, 1994, loss to McNeese State, UNI had won 29 straight regular-season games in the Dome dating back to the 1989 season when it lost 22-14 to Mankato State in the first game of the year.
    The Panthers are 69-13 in home Missouri Valley Football Conference games, leading the league in home conference victories. UNI will play host to league foes Western Illinois, Indiana State, Southern Illinois and Youngstown State in the UNI-Dome this season.
   
NON-CONFERENCE SUCCESS
The Panthers are 111-52 against non-conference teams since 1985.

POLL TALK
The Panthers have finished ranked in the top 25 in nine of head coach Mark Farley's 10 seasons at the helm of the UNI football program.
    UNI has finished ranked in the top five in the nation five times during the Farley era. UNI was ranked No. 4 in 2001, No. 5 in 2003, No. 25 in 2004, No. 2 in the 2005, No. 17 in 2006, No. 4 in 2007 and No. 4 in 2008.
    Only five times since 1984 have the Panthers ended a season unranked - 1986, 1988, 1997, 1998 and 2002.

WORKIN' OVERTIME
UNI is 4-5 in overtime games. The Panthers played their first overtime game since 2005 last season in a 45-38 setback at Southern Illinois.
    In 2005, UNI went 2-0 in extra session contests.
    UNI edged past Western Kentucky in a double-overtime game in the regular season, 23-20. The Panthers then advanced to their first-ever national championship game with a 40-37 overtime win at Texas State. UNI had lost its previous two overtime playoff games before its breakthrough against the Bobcats.
    Five of the nine games to go into overtime have been decided in multiple overtimes.

UNI's Overtime Games
@NE La. 44, UNI 41 (OT) - 1987
    (FCS Playoffs)
@Boston U. 27, UNI 21 (2OT) - 1993
    (FCS Playoffs)
@W. Illinois 29, UNI 22 (2OT) - 1997
@UNI 29, Indiana St. 21 (3OT) - 1997
McNeese St. 20, @UNI 17 (OT) - 1998
UNI 29, @Cal Poly 26 (3OT) - 2002
UNI 23, @W. Ky. 20 (2OT) - 2005
UNI 40, @Texas State 37 (OT) - 2005
    (FCS Playoffs)
@Southern Illinois 45, UNI 38 (OT) - 2010

PANTHERS' TV COVERAGE
At least four UNI football games will be shown live in the state of Iowa in 2011.
    The Panther Sports Television Network will show a pair of UNI football games beginning with the Oct. 22 showdown between the Panthers and the Southern Illinois Salukis. The Panthers and Salukis will kick at 3 p.m. with the broadcast shown live on KWWL Ch. 7.
    The second PSN football game of the season will showcase the Panthers taking on the Youngstown State Penguins Nov. 5 at 4 p.m. in the UNI-Dome also on KWWL Ch. 7.
    WOI-DT (5.2) in Des Moines/Ames will also air both games in the central Iowa market.
    UNI's game at South Dakota State on Oct. 15 will be shown live on ESPN3.com.
    UNI's contest at North Dakota State on Oct. 29 will be broadcast live on Fox College Sports Central.

PANTHER SPORTS TALK WITH MARK FARLEY
UNI head coach Mark Farley's radio call-in show will be broadcast live on the Panther Sports Radio Network every Thursday throughout the season. The show will take place at Old Chicago in Cedar Falls and will run from 6:05 p.m. - 7 p.m.

WEEKLY PRESS LUNCHEONS
UNI head coach Mark Farley or a member of his coaching staff will be available at the weekly Press Luncheons held each Monday beginning at 12 noon in the back room of Pepper's Grill and Sports Pub located on 18th Street in Cedar Falls.

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