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1993 Northern Iowa Panthers football team

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1993 Northern Iowa Panthers football team

The 1993 Northern Iowa Panthers football team represented the University of Northern Iowa in the college football season of the 1993 NCAA Division I-AA football season. The Panthers offense scored 350 points while the defense allowed 238 points. Quarterback Kurt Warner was in his senior season with the Panthers.


Date Opponent# Rank# Site Result Attendance
9/04/1993 at McNeese State Cowboy StadiumLake Charles, LA L 10–27   19,572
9/11/1993 at Wyoming* War Memorial StadiumLaramie, WY L 42–45   17,827
9/18/1993 Jacksonville State UNI-DomeCedar Falls, IA W 35–14   11,324
9/25/1993 SW Texas State* UNI-Dome • Cedar Falls, IA W 34–13   12,538
10/02/1993 at SW Missouri State Plaster Sports ComplexSpringfield, MO W 20–14   12,000
10/09/1993 Indiana State UNI-Dome • Cedar Falls, IA W 17–10   14,431
10/16/1993 Eastern Illinois UNI-Dome • Cedar Falls, IA W 31–27   10,168
10/23/1993 at Western Illinois Hanson FieldMacomb, IL L 23–25   11,376
10/30/1993 at Illinois State Hancock StadiumNormal, IL W 20–19   5,841
11/06/1993 Minnesota State Moorhead* UNI-Dome • Cedar Falls, IA W 48–0   11,511
11/13/1993 Southern Illinois UNI-Dome • Cedar Falls, IA W 49–17   16,324
11/27/1993 at Boston University Nickerson FieldBoston, MA L 21–27   6,882
*Non-conference game.


Team Players in the NFL

  • Quarterback Kurt Warner would go on to an NFL career in which he played for the St. Louis Rams, New York Giants, and Arizona Cardinals.[2]


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