Bison outrush Eags 337 to 72 and hold the ball for over 30 minutes in commanding victory.
MINNEAPOLIS — Eastern Washington had trouble slowing down the potent North Dakota State rushing attack in a 35-10 season opening loss.
The Bison opened up a 14 point lead less than eight minutes into the game and the Eags were never able to catch up.
North Dakota State running back TaMerik Williams broke a couple of EWU arm tackles on a 54 yard touchdown run to open up the 14-0 lead, in a play that was a carbon copy of some of last year’s tackling issues.
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