Northern Illinois Leads Eastern Michigan 38-7 at the Half

Jordan Lynch has done it all in the first 30 minutes of the game. Lynch has passed for touchdowns and caught a touchdown pass from wide receiver Tommylee Lewis.

Eastern Michigan started the game with freshman quarterback Brogan Roback. When Roback proved ineffective, Tyler Benz was brought in to provide the Eagles with a lift. Neither Eagle quarterback has been able to successfully move the ball. This has enabled the Huskies to completely have their way.

The Huskies got off to a quick start by opening the scoring with a twelve play scoring drive that took 4:14 off the clock in the first quarter. From there, the Huskies quickly added two more touchdowns to increase their lead to 21-0 with 4:31 still left in the first quarter.

EMU finally managed one drive that resulted in the Eagles' lone scoring play of the half. a 25 yard field goal late in the first quarter.

The second quarter has been all Northern Illinois with Lynch catching a touchdown pass and throwing for another, NIU tacked on a field goal late in the half after Tommylee Lewis caught a long pass with seconds left to put the Huskies in position for yet another score.

The Huskies have completely dominated the Eagles at the half as the 38-3 score demonstrates.

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