Kansas Vs. Northern Illinois 2012 Final Score: Huskies Win 30-23 Over Kansas To Improve To 3-1

Northern Illinois won it's third consecutive game on Saturday and avenged a loss to the Jayhawks last season by a final score of 30-23. The Huskies would score the game's final 17 points to improve to 3-1 on the year.

The Huskies took a 13-10 lead into the half, but Kansas would opening the scoring with a Jared Sims run from a yard out in the second. They'd add to that lead early in the fourth quarter, as Tyler Patmon would take an interception 54 yards for a touchdown to put the Jayhawks up 23-13, but Ron Doherty failed to convert the extra point after the score.

The Huskies fought back, as Jordan Lynch found Martel Moore for a 65-yard score to cut the Kansas lead to three. They'd add a field goal to draw even, and Leighton Settle would run the ball in from a yard out to put NIU back in front for good.

The Huskies will be in action again next Saturday against Central Michigan. The Chippewas are coming off of a thrilling last second victory against the Iowa Hawkeyes.

For Northern Illinois, visit Red and Black Attack or Hustle Belt. For more on the Jayhawks, check out Rock Chalk Talk or SB Nation Kansas City.

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