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Four-down territory: Northern Iowa

Four things Iowa must do to win its football game Saturday against Northern Iowa: * Establish the run. The Hawkeyes averaged 2.4 yards per carry last week against Iowa State. Getting Damon Bullock and the running game on track will go a long way in helping set up the framework for a passing attack which has been sporadic at best in the Hawkeyes' first two games. * Get into the head of UNI quarterback Sawyer Kollmorgen. A veteran Iowa secondary has the ability to create some issues for the Panthers' redshirt freshman quarterback, a cool customer thus far in his career. Kollmorgen has yet to throw an interception and has been sacked just once through two games. Expect Iowa to try to change that. * Start strong. The Hawkeyes have combined for two field goals in the first quarter of their first two games of the season. * Score touchdowns. Iowa has snapped the ball inside the red zone on six drives this season and hasn't scored a touchdown on any of them. No other FBS team has been inside the 20 more frequently without scoring. Four things Northern Iowa must do to win its game Saturday at Iowa: * Establish the run. Sound familiar? Led by 2,000-yard career rusher Carlos Anderson and former Clinton prep David Johnson, Northern Iowa's ground game has potential. It hasn't had much success yet. The Panthers have averaged 100.5 yards per game on the ground and were held to 41 rushing yards in a season-opening loss at Wisconsin. * Win the battle of special teams. Kicker Tyler Sievertsen is a preseason all-American at the FCS level and senior punter Kyle Bernard has averaged 44.7 yards on seven punts this season. The Panthers can help themselves with those legs in terms of putting points on the board and gaining field position. * Hang around. FCS teams have won five games this season over FBS team, mostly by keeping the game close into the final quarter and finding ways to win at the end. The longer the Panthers hang around Saturday, the better their chances of beating Iowa for the first time since 1898. * Control the line of scrimmage. The Panthers' young offensive line held its own at Wisconsin and will need a similar effort against the Hawkeyes. QB Sawyer Kollmorgen has been sacked just once this season and he has had time to operate a passing attack which has averaged 17.5 yards per catch.

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