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Portland had its 55th straight sellout

Cedar Falls, IA (SportsNetwork.com) - The longest winning streak in FCS history ended in much the same way it was built by North Dakota State. Through dominating defense and a team pulling away in the second half. It was just odd to see another team have the winning formula, but on Saturday 19th-ranked Northern Iowa did as they handled the top-ranked Bison, 23-3, to stop their 33-game winning streak before 14,777 inside the UNI-Dome. North Dakota State (9-1, 5-1 Missouri Valley) had not lost since falling to Indiana State, 17-14, on Oct. 13, 2012. UNI (6-4, 4-2) also ended the Bisons record Missouri Valley winning streak at 18 games and handed them their first loss away from home since the 2010 FCS playoffs (a span of 22 straight wins). UNI outgained North Dakota State 306 yards to 175, scored 10 points off turnovers, and held the Bison to eight first downs and only an Adam Keller field goal late in the second quarter. Running back David Johnson rushed for 133 yards and had 210 all-purpose yards, quarterback Brion Carnes and running back Darrian Miller both rushed for touchdowns, and Michael Schmadeke was 3-for-3 on field goals. The Bison were still in striking range before Schmadekes 36-yard field goal on the first play of the fourth quarter extended UNIs lead to 13-3. He kicked a 42-yarder at the 9:25 mark to make it 16-3. Then after a three-and-out series by the Bison, Miller broke off a 30-yard TD run to put the win away. North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz was held to 132 passing yards with an interception and three-time 1,000-yard running back John Crockett struggled to 41 yards on 17 carries. UNI now has three wins over No. 1-ranked opponents. The Panthers also beat No. 1 New Hampshire, 24-21, in 2005 and No. 1 Youngstown State, 35-32, in 1997. The loss also was the first for first-year Bison coach Chris Klieman. 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"There are plenty of examples of teams that have started out slow. But in the end, were not where we want to be, at this point, and we need to step it up." Torres scored off a cross from Leandro Barrera for his fifth goal of the season for Chivas USA (1-2-3). It was situation Porter had hoped to avoid. "Torres was the key guy, we talked about it all week," Porters said. "Hes good at getting into spots to score." Will Johnson opened the scoring for Portland in the seventh minute. He scored for the first time this year after finishing with nine goals last season. Maximiliano Urruti forced a turnover and got the ball to Darlington Nagbe, who slid a pass between two defenders and into enough open space for Johnson to run into it and knock a right-footed shot past Dan Kennedy. According to Chivas USA head coach Wilmer Cabrera, Portlands goal was helped by an error in footwear selection.dddddddddddd "We picked the wrong shoes," Cabrera said. "Sadly, Carlos (Bocanegra) slipped, and he realized he needed to change his cleats. And then he was on the sideline in the moment that we conceded that goal. They were playing with 11, we were playing with 10, in that moment, they took advantage and they scored a goal." Portland had a late chance when Johnson had a free kick just outside the penalty area, but his shot hit the post and went out of bounds. Chivas USAs Thomas McNamara was taken off on a stretcher in the 64th minute with what appeared to be a serious knee injury. The midfielder crumpled to the ground while running with the ball and trying to avoid Portland defenders. "Sadly, it looks pretty bad," said Cabrera. "Right now, we have to confirm, but its not promising for us. Thats the sad part of this game." Portland had its 55th straight sellout with a crowd of 20,814. Cheap NFL Jerseys China ' ' '
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