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Team:University of Northern Iowa Panthers
League: NCAA Division I
Home Games: UNI-Dome
Head Coach: Mark Farley
Championships: 33 conference title
All-Time Greats: Willie Beamon, Joe Fuller, Dedric Ward, Deiondre' Hall
Northern Iowa Panthers Football TicketsThe University of Northern Iowa Panthers football team came onto the football scene in 1895. The university has fielded its team almost every year since then. Interestingly, the first game the Panthers played in 1895 had no head coach designated for it. Team captain J.C. Sanders took on a dual role to help coach the team and make plays. The players were talented, but they lacked the spirit of teamwork. UNI defeated Coe College in a 12–10 victory that day. Fred Wolff took the reins as the first head coach for the team. During the 1906 and 1907 seasons, college administrators at UNI decided that the sport was simply too rough for students to play. The new rules resulted in many male students opting to register at other Iowa schools instead of Northern Iowa so that they could play football. After altering the rules, the university realized its error and restarted the football program. Get your tickets to Northern Iowa Panthers football games at StubHub today.
Where can I get tickets to a Northern Iowa Panthers football game?The Panthers are truly a force to be reckoned with among Iowa Division I teams and as part of collegiate football in general. If you want to make sure you have access to the full Northern Iowa Panthers' schedule and don't have to miss a single game, you can head over to StubHub and take a look at the tickets available there.
Where do the Northern Iowa Panthers play?The Panthers calls the UNI-Dome home. It can hold 16,324 fans for football games. The capacity can vary somewhat depending on how the dome is set for other sports. Because football players can often deal with cold temperatures during the season, announcers at the UNI-Dome engage in a sort of ritual before many games. They will start by giving a brief description of the weather in the opposing team's city. Then, they will emphasize that there is no wind to deal with during a home game, thanks to the UNI-Dome being a closed structure.
What conference do the Northern Iowa Panthers play in?The Northern Iowa Panthers are part of the Missouri Valley Football Conference. The team has been members of this group since 1985. The Panthers was members of other conferences prior to this, and the team took home several conference titles during that time. Since starting with MVFC, the Northern Iowa Panthers has acquired 16 additional conference titles.
Who is Northern Iowa Panthers’ head coach?Mark Farley has been the head coach for the Panthers since 2001. During his academic days, Farley played for the team as an inside linebacker for the 1983–1985 seasons. After graduating, he started out as an assistant coach for the university. He spent some time working at the University of Kansas, but he left when a position opened up back at Northern Iowa. His Panther squads often rank among the top defensive teams in college ball.
What is the Northern Iowa Panthers football schedule?The team is set to play several games on its home turf throughout the 2019 football season. The Panthers will also play some of its fellow Iowa rivals during away games. The schedule includes several games well into November, and you can browse through the selection at StubHub.
What was the Northern Iowa Panthers’ record last season?The Northern Iowa Panthers closed out the 2018 season with an overall record of 7-6 and a conference record of 5-3 in its conference at MVFC. The team defeated Lamar in the FCS Playoffs before losing to UC Davis.
How is the tailgating scene at Northern Iowa Panthers football games?Tailgating at Northern Iowa is always a good time. Although the UNI-Dome is a closed structure, there is ample space to party before the game outside. Most students choose to bring a variety of foods and football gear with them and hang out in small groups before each game. You'll hear many renditions of the aptly named “ ”UNI Fight“ ” theme song, and the color combination of purple and gold will pop up everywhere. Even students not typically involved in athletics have historically been hugely supportive of their Panthers.
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