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This is about as good as it gets for NIU football fans.

</font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">code:</font><hr /><pre style="font-size:x-small; font-family: monospace;"> 1 2 3 4 F
- - - - --
Buffalo 0 0 3 7 10
N. Illinois 17 28 14 14 73 </pre><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">NIU - T Hammock 13 run (Azar kick), NIU 7-0
NIU - Mccareins 15 pass from Finlen (Azar kick), NIU 14-0
NIU - FG Azar 28, NIU 17-0
NIU - Mccareins 22 pass from Finlen (Azar kick), NIU 24-0
NIU - T Hammock 1 run (Azar kick), NIU 31-0
NIU - Urban 2 run (Azar kick), NIU 38-0
NIU - Mccareins 2 pass from Urban (Azar kick), NIU 45-0
BUFF - FG Keller 40, NIU 45-3
NIU - Erwin recovered blocked punt in end zone (Azar kick), NIU 52-3
NIU - Turner 5 run (Azar kick), NIU 59-3
BUFF - C Bartoszek 23 pass from Gaydosz (Keller kick), NIU 59-10
NIU - Lanum 38 run (Azar kick), NIU 66-10
NIU - Lanum 3 run (Azar kick), NIU 73-10

</font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">code:</font><hr /><pre style="font-size:x-small; font-family: monospace;"> Buffalo Northern Ill
First downs 12 33
Rushed-yards 30-174 54-286
Passing yards 107 360
Sacked-yards lost 0-0 1-8
Return yards 0 50
Passes 9-29-4 21-32-0
Punts 7-39.7 2-27.0
Fumbles-lost 2-0 2-0
Penalties-yards 13-95 4-34
Time of possession 25:29 34:31 </pre><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Individual Statistics
RUSHING: Buffalo-Grundy 18-173, Gordon 2-14, Dwarte 6-5, Walker
2-1, Jackson 1-1, Team 1-minus 20. Northern Ill-T Hammock
23-147, Lanum 5-45, Turner 14-43, Perry 1-20, Scaramella 4-15,
W Thomas 2-9, Mccareins 1-9, Urban 2-5, Finlen 2-minus 7.

PASSING: Buffalo-Gaydosz 4-16-0-56, Freedy 5-13-4-51. Northern
Ill-Finlen 13-18-0-223, Urban 7-11-0-122, Harmon 1-3-0-15.

RECEIVING: Buffalo-Singfield 4-37, B Shaughnessy 1-25, C
Bartoszek 1-23, Z Mckine 1-15, Lindsay 1-6, Grundy 1-1.
Northern Ill-Mccareins 10-151, Perry 7-132, Archie 1-42, Pugh
1-15, Turner 1-14, Reed 1-6.


Northern Illinois posted its most
decisive victory in 79 years, defeating national doormat
Buffalo, 73-10, in a Mid-American Conference matchup.

Chris Finlen passed for 223 yards and two touchdowns for the
Huskies (5-3, 3-1 MAC), who posted their most lopsided win since
a 91-10 victory over Elmhurst on November 5, 1921.

Northern Illinois, which recorded a 52-0 win over Illinois State
in September, rebounded from a 52-22 loss to Western Michigan to
win its fourth game in five tries.

The Bulls (1-7, 1-3) lost their fourth straight since a
surprising 20-17 win over Bowling Green on September 23. Three
of their seven losses have been by at least 56 points.

The Huskies never trailed. They led 45-0 at halftime after
scoring 28 points in the second quarter, one off a school
record, and finished with 646 yards of total offense.

Justin McCareins caught 10 passes for 151 yards and three
scores, and Thomas Hammock rushed 23 times for 147 yards and two
touchdowns. Jon Lanum capped the scoring with a pair of TD runs
in the fourth quarter.
07-01-2002 05:41 PM
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Ah, what a beautiful day that was!! <img border="0" alt="[Cheers]" title="" src="graemlins/cheers.gif" />

If not for their RB Grundy, Buffalo may not have had any yards at the end of the day! Even our 3rd team TB scored!!
07-13-2002 01:15 PM
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Couldn't help but notice that Urban was playing in the 2d quarter...that's something from the "you know a game's a whoopin' file" Huskie legend Dan Urban in the 2d.

That game was great entertainment. I love blowouts sometimes. Lanum, another Huskie legend, broke a big run...that little UB RB hurdling a Huskie defender. Heck, the backup PUNTER got into the game.

the only moment for pure laughs in an NIU game that rivals pretty much this whole UB game is seeing the Kent State QB at the time...a big oaf of player make and option pitch to absolutely no one, the ball just rolling for a few yards until Benji Peacock finally got over to the ball a good couple of seconds later and ran it back.
07-21-2002 01:10 AM
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that was a beautiful day. that looks like a score that the florida gators would put on someone.
07-26-2002 12:25 PM
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