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By PAUL DELANEY
Staff Reporter 

Eagles roll over UND with big second half surge

Eastern’s 55-17 win features 99-yard kickoff return by Hill, two TDs from Kaufman, Herd

 

Paul Delaney

The Eastern Washington University defense stops North Dakota quarterback Braden Hanson at the goal line. Hanson would score a play later.

The University of North Dakota has no nickname nor mascot.

And last Saturday the school, whose teams were formerly known as the Fighting Sioux, also had no answers to stop Eastern Washington University in a Big Sky Conference football game played at Roos Field in front of a crowd of 8,646 on Hall of Fame Day.

Scoring on the ground, through the air, and with special teams, Eastern (3-0 Big Sky, 4-1 overall) steamrolled UND 55-17 in the first-ever meeting between the schools.

“That was obviously the most complete game we’ve played up to this point,” Eastern head coach Beau Baldwin said....



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