CHARLESTON, Ill. (AP) -- Eastern Illinois quarterback Bodie Reeder completed three touchdown passes to lead the Panthers to a 29-23 win over Tennessee-Martin on Saturday.
Reeder's last touchdown pass to Ademola Adeniji came as the Panthers were down 23-21 to the Skyhawks with 1:36 left in the game. Adeniji ran three yards to score the TD before Reeder connected with Trent Steckel for a two-point conversion, making the game 29-23 for Eastern Illinois (5-3, 4-1 Ohio Valley Conference).
Reeder completed 17 passes from 26 attempts for 189 yards. He was sacked twice and had two interceptions. Eastern Illinois also had a pair of touchdowns from Micah Rucker and one from Jordan Campanella.
Tennessee-Martin (1-7, 1-4 Ohio Valley Conference) quarterback Dexter Anoka passed for 91 yards on 12 completions from 16 attempts. Anoka was sacked three times and had one interception. Cade Thompson also played at quarterback for the Skyhawks, passing for 113 yards on nine completions from 11 attempts.
Overall, Tennessee-Martin had more first downs (22-21), more passing yards (204-193), more rushing yards (169-149) and more total offensive yards (373-342) than Eastern Illinois.
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