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MANKATO — Sioux Falls beat No. 12 Augustana, Wayne State blitzed Winona State, Mary knocked off Northern State, and No. 20 Minnesota Duluth struggled with Minnesota State-Moorhead.

There are no longer any unbeaten teams after just five weeks.

It was a wild day of football in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference, but not at Minnesota State.

“Our conference is pretty wide open,” Mavericks coach Todd Hoffner said. “There were a lot of crazy games. You have to have a strong performance every week. Hopefully, we’re starting to hit our stride.”

The Mavericks scored touchdowns on five straight possessions in the first half, built a 38-0 lead by halftime and cruised to a 58-10 victory Saturday over Concordia-St. Paul at Blakeslee Stadium. The homecoming crowd was 5,907.

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