Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch, left, runs over Ball State safety Dae'Shaun Hurley for a 16-yard touchdown during the second half of a Nov. 13, 2013 game in DeKalb. Lynch has a workout with the bears on April 18.
SAN DIEGO | Jordan Lynch will make a run at history Thursday night when he suits up for the final time for No. 24 Northern Illinois in the Poinsettia Bowl against Utah State.
Northern Illinois' Jordan Lynch, a Mount Carmel grad, ran for 126 yards and two touchdowns to break his own single-season record for yards rushing by a quarterback in major college football during Friday night's loss to Bowling Green in the Mid-American Conference championship.
DE KALB, Ill. | P.J. Fleck helped recruit quarterback Jordan Lynch to Northern Illinois so the first-year Western Michigan coach had a good idea what the Broncos could expect Tuesday.
TOLEDO, Ohio | Jordan Lynch rushed for three touchdowns and 161 yards to lead No. 20 Northern Illinois over Toledo 35-17 on Wednesday night, securing a fourth consecutive trip to the Mid-American Conference title game.
Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch, left, runs over Ball State safety Dae'Shaun Hurley for a 16-yard touchdown during the second half Wednesday.
Northern Illinois quarterback and Mount Carmel grad Jordan Lynch, left, runs over Ball State safety Dae'Shaun Hurley for a 16-yard touchdown during the second half Wednesday.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. | Jordan Lynch dropped back to pass, and then it became obvious that keeping the ball would be the better way to go.
DE KALB | Jordan Lynch had asked for three years to try the play.
Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch, a Mount Carmel grad, will try to keep the Huskies unbeaten after today's game at Central Michigan.
Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch, a Mount Carmel grad, puts the Huskies' unbeaten record on the line tonight against MAC rival Ball State.
DE KALB, Ill. | Despite struggling on offense, Northern Illinois still found a way to win.
For many unfortunate people, when it rains, it pours.
As much as he enjoyed that run to the Orange Bowl last season, Northern Illinois quarterback Jordan Lynch wanted to make one thing clear — it's over. Time to move on.
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