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UW-River Falls linebacker Nate Smits of Hudson drops back into pass coverage in the first half of the Falcons' 42-10 loss to top-ranked and two-time NCAA Division III champion UW-Whitewater Saturday at Ramer Field. Smits led the Falcon defense with 10 tackles in the game. Photo by Bob Burrows

UW-RF Football: No. 1 Warhawks roll over Falcons

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The largest turnout at Ramer Field since 2007 watched the two-time defending champion and top-ranked UW-Whitewater Warhawks defeat the Falcons 42-10 Saturday in UW-River Falls' annual Homecoming game.

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Over 3,600 fans saw Whitewater extend its winning streak to 35 games, the longest in the nation at any level. The crowd was the largest since Oct. 13, 2007, when the Falcons upset then No. 16 UW-Eau Claire.

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