UNI’s Mark Farley Wraps Up Spring Drills

Northern Iowa coach Mark Farley says game-like conditions were valuable for the Panthers. UNI closed out spring drills on Friday night.

Farley liked the way the offense communicated at the line of scrimmage.

There has been no decision on a starting quarterback. Arkansas State transfer and former Southeast Polk star Jaxon Dailey and former Dubuque Hempstead standout Aidan Dunne are competing for the starting job. Dunne was the backup last season to three year Panther starter Theo Day.

Farley says the Panthers need to build depth on defense.

UNI opens at home on August 31st against Valparaiso.



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