Northwestern’s final score came on a 47-yard run by Plummer with 7:38 left in the third quarter. The game was then halted.
Hendryx was pleased with how is team performed.
“I am real happy with our offense,” Hendryx said. “We made some changes, moved some kids around. We have a lot good skilled guys, and we need to play them all. The only disappointment I had was [we didn’t get a chance to throw the ball]. I would have liked to thrown the ball, but it didn’t present itself. We had so many big run plays that we didn’t get into a lot of third and longs, so the only thing that we didn’t do was get [freshman quarterback Trey Richmond] some more attempts.”
Northwestern ended up with 323 total yards, while the Tigers gave up only 198 total yards to the Warriors.
“I give North Miami a lot of credit,” Hendryx said. “They made a big jump from Week 1 to Week 2. I told the kids every team is that way. Defensively, they made us do somethings that we were not prepared for.”
North Miami’s (0-2) only score came on a 10-yard touchdown pass from Jacob White to Keith Rouch with 10:34 left in the first half.
Plummer led Northwestern with 120 yards rushing with four touchdowns. Wildrick added 84 yards, and Fessenden 61 yards with two touchdowns. Damon Gipson led North Miami with 79 yards.