By Chris Palmquist
SIOUX CITY, Iowa—Ryan Kasdorf recovered from a rough start, Kyle Schuck had a dominant outing, and the Morningside Mustangs rolled to Head Coach Steve Ryan's 100th career victory Saturday, 48-10 over Nebraska Wesleyan.
Kasdorf threw two interceptions in the first half, but the Prairie Wolves were only able to capitalize on one of the turnovers for a field goal.
Facing the 3-0 deficit, Morningside found its rhythm. Brandon Wegher started the scoring for the Mustangs, going up and over on the goal line.
After another touchdown, Kasdorf threw a pair before halftime, one to Joel McCabe and one to Schuck as the Mustangs stormed to a 28-3 halftime lead.
Schuck caught two more touchdowns in the second half, giving him three scores on twelve catches for 202 yards on the night.
The Prairie Wolves finally found the end zone on a fumble recovery with 1:45 to go in the game, but the Mustangs were easily in control at that point.
Top-ranked Morningside improves to 2-0 on the season. They will hit the road for the first time next week when they travel to Sioux Center to take on Dordt at 1 PM.