UNI led from start to finish as the Panthers downed Wisconsin-Green Bay 76-65 last night in Cedar Falls. Ben Jacobsen led UNI with 25-points and on the post-game show on the UNI Sports Network says Green Bay was a tough matchup. He says they’re similar to UNI as they run a lot of set plays. He says they really had to focus in on defense and had a couple of letdowns.He says it was difficult to prepare for the game as they’re right in the middle of finals and they’ve been up studying and hitting the books, as well as studying film for the game.Panther coach Greg McDermott says his team found a way to win despite an effort that was less than their best. He says he’s happy to win and be 5-2, but he says they played how they practiced and he’s concerned that preparation wasn’t all it needed to be. He says they’ll have to work on that preparation.UNI is off until next Tuesday’s game in the UNI-Dome against Wagner.
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