By KCAU Sports Staff
DES MOINES, Iowa--The top offense in the NAIA could only muster 245 yards of offense and zero points in a 35-0 loss Saturday afternoon to Grand View in the FCS semifinals.
Derrick Dison got the start at quarterback for No. 5 Morningside, in place of an injured Ryan Kasdorf. He completed 13 of 21 passes for 80 yards an no touchdowns. He was also sacked eight times.
It was the first time since an Oct. 14, 2006, loss to Sioux Falls that Morningside was shut out.
The No. 2 Vikings will take on top-ranked Cumberlands in the national championship. That game takes place on Dec. 21 at 4:30 in Rome, Georgia.
Morningside ends its season at 11-2.