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Panthers "Won't Be Intimidated" at Iowa

When the UNI football team takes the field at Kinnick Stadium on Saturday, it will mark the 15th straight season that the Panthers have faced a team from the FBS level. Over their last four such games, the Panthers have one victory and each of their losses have been by a single digit margin. The Panthers say they are no longer fazed by playing against higher competition.


That’s UNI head coach Mark Farley. Panther quarterback Brion Carnes transferred to UNI from Nebraska and says that size of the stadium shouldn’t impact how the team plays.


UNI defensive tackle Xavier Williams says the one thing the Panthers won’t be is intimidated.


Williams adds that the Panthers are used to playing the role of the underdog.


Wide receiver Brett LeMaster says that some of the FBS games the Panthers have played recently have them prepared to walk into Kinnick to face Iowa.


The UNI-Iowa matchup is scheduled to kick off at 11:00 Saturday morning. The game will be televised by the Big Ten Network.


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