Eastern Illinois holds off Northwestern State, wins 35-27
CHARLESTON, Ill. (AP) — Quarterbacks Dom Shoffner and Jonah O’Brien ran for 2 touchdowns apiece and Eastern Illinois held on to beat Northwestern State 35-27 on Saturday.
The Panthers (2-3) rolled to a 21-7 first-quarter lead on O’Brien’s 10- and 11-yard TD runs and a 27-yarder by Shoffner. The lead reached 35-7 by halftime behind a 2-yard landing run by Shoffner and his 12-yard move to Markenzy Pierre.
The Demons (2-4) got here again to get inside eight with 4:44 to play after Zachary Clement threw a 17-yard landing toss to Zach Patterson. But the Demons didn’t get the ball again till there have been simply 37 seconds left and Jordan Vincent got here up with an interception.
Shoffner ran for 134 of the Panthers’ 340 yards dashing on 18 carries.
Clement accomplished 38 of 59 passes for 343 yards with two TDs to Patterson but in addition threw two interceptions. Patterson had 167 yards receiving on 12 receptions. It was Patterson’s first 100-yard receiving recreation.
EIU has gained consecutive video games for the primary time in 5 years.
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