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ISU Pitches Shutout Against UNI

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    AMES, Iowa (AP) - Jeremy Reeves returned an interception 94
    yards for a touchdown and A.J. Klein returned a pick for another
    score a few minutes later, sending Iowa State to a 27-0 victory
    over Northern Iowa on Saturday night.
    Grant Mahoney kicked two field goals for the Cyclones (2-2) and
    Alexander Robinson added a 6-yard TD run after Mahoney scurried for
    a first down on a fake field goal.
    It was the first time the Cyclones returned two interceptions
    for touchdowns in a game since they did it against Northern
    Illinois on Sept. 18, 2004.
    Northern Iowa (1-2) moved the ball well at times in the schools'
    first meeting since the Panthers upset the Cyclones 24-13 in 2007.
    But they were done in by three interceptions and two fumbles and
    they also had a field-goal attempt blocked.