The law of averages finally caught up to the North Dakota State Bison.
NDSU's Football Championship Subdivision record 33 game winning streak died today at Northern Iowa as the Panthers defeated the Bison 23-3.
North Dakota State couldn't anything going in the UNI Dome. The Bison totaled only 175 yards of total offense and held to their lowest point total since a 3-0 loss to Missouri State in the 2010 season finale.
Northern Iowa was led by running back David Johnson who rushed for 133 yards on 28 carries.
"This is really sweet," Johnson said.
Johnson will go do as one of the best running backs in UNI history. During the game he surpassed the 1,000 yard mark for the third consecutive season becoming the first Panther back to do that.
Panther kicker Michael Schmadeke kicked three field goals of 43, 36 and 42 yards.
Northern Iowa head coach Mark Farley thanked the Panther fans.