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KENT ST (9 - 1) at BOWLING GREEN (7 - 3)
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Week 12 Saturday, 11/17/2012 12:00 PM
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317KENT ST4746.5
KENT ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games9-1+11.88-26-335.418.3402.4(5.9)
Road Games5-1+7.65-14-232.017.3424.7(6)
Last 3 Games3-0+6.22-12-139.323.3421.7(6.5)1.326.314.7444.0(6.5)3.3
Turf Games9-0+12.88-15-337.819.6401.7(6.1)
Conference Games6-0+6.65-14-238.819.0437.7(6.3)
KENT ST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)35.418.319.932:0143-236(5.5)15-2559.0%167(6.6)68-402(5.9)(11.4)
Opponents Defensive Avg.32.216.621.530:1641-192(4.7)18-2960.3%224(7.7)70-415(5.9)(12.9)
Offense Road Games32.017.321.234:3747-275(5.9)14-2460.0%150(6.2)71-425(6)(13.3)
Defense (All Games)25.210.521.827:5933-135(4.1)23-3862.2%280(7.4)71-414(5.9)(16.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.811.921.230:3638-167(4.4)20-3458.5%218(6.5)72-385(5.4)(15.5)
Defense Road Games23.38.520.025:2333-148(4.5)19-3358.6%243(7.4)66-392(6)(16.8)

BOWLING GREEN - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games7-3+4.27-30-923.310.8373.9(5.5)
Home Games4-0+33-10-332.518.0438.2(6.5)
Last 3 Games3-0+3.23-00-324.713.3308.7(4.9)
Turf Games7-1+5.26-20-727.412.6393.2(5.9)0.910.97.1261.6(4.2)1.9
Conference Games5-1+4.25-10-625.010.0372.5(5.6)0.711.07.2260.7(4)2.0
BOWLING GREEN - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)23.310.819.830:5535-172(4.9)18-3355.0%201(6.1)68-374(5.5)(16)
Opponents Defensive Avg.33.317.823.330:3039-197(5)20-3360.2%249(7.5)72-446(6.2)(13.4)
Offense Home Games32.518.022.732:4238-193(5.1)19-2966.7%245(8.4)67-438(6.5)(13.5)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.51218.230:4336-140(3.9)19-3358.6%215(6.5)69-355(5.2)(15.8)
Defense Home Games9.05.712.027:1825-42(1.7)18-3160.2%198(6.5)55-241(4.3)(26.7)
Average power rating of opponents played: KENT ST 21.4,  BOWLING GREEN 21.4
KENT ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/19/2012@ BUFFALO23-7W3W50U53-23913-28-165139-1525-26-1134
9/29/2012BALL ST45-43W2.5W54.5O36-16616-32-295138-11232-43-4451
10/6/2012@ E MICHIGAN41-14W-3W47O57-32114-24-146121-1079-17-932
10/13/2012@ ARMY31-17W-1W59U36-2837-12-84070-32510-20-1321
10/20/2012W MICHIGAN41-24W-3.5W53.5O31-18118-33-203236-14330-57-3336
10/27/2012@ RUTGERS35-23W13.5W46O50-22415-22-131220-9625-46-3137
11/10/2012@ MIAMI OHIO48-32W-6.5W57O48-39910-16-147216-2637-50-4552
11/17/2012@ BOWLING GREEN            
11/23/2012OHIO U            

BOWLING GREEN - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/22/2012@ VIRGINIA TECH0-37L17L47.5U26-13314-42-133243-24612-29-1501
9/29/2012RHODE ISLAND48-8W-29.5W -39-20624-34-332132-9612-22-751
10/6/2012@ AKRON24-10W-5.5W59.5U44-29214-33-180126-8829-50-2281
10/13/2012MIAMI OHIO37-12W-8.5W53U44-25120-27-235120-321-39-2533
10/20/2012@ MASSACHUSETTS24-0W-19.5W50.5U37-9421-36-188126-8513-34-334
10/27/2012E MICHIGAN24-3W-14.5W52U41-22510-21-131027-6411-24-1143
11/7/2012@ OHIO U26-14W2.5W47.5U36-1977-17-91044-9921-34-1450
11/17/2012KENT ST            
KENT ST: The Golden Flashes will have no problem defending teams this season, but then again that wasn't their problem last season when they posted a losing record yet again. It's been over 10 years since Kent State posted a winning record and it will again be up to the offense to help them do that. QB Spencer Keith must take care of the ball and finally get an offense moving that struggles to put points on the board. RB Trayion Durham turned some heads this spring when he showed up 15 pounds lighter than he was a year ago. They'll need contributions from him and WR Tyshon Goode if they are going to come anywhere close to matching the production of their defense. The defense gets back its leading tackler, Luke Batton (102 tackles), its leading pass rusher, Jake Dooley (5 sacks) and its best pass defender, S Luke Wollet (4 INT).
BOWLING GREEN: The Falcons are fortunate enough to be returning most of their starters from last year and that experience should be a major factor in the 2012 season. QB Matt Schilz (3,024 pass yds, 28 TD) has the talent to be one of the best players in the conference and he'll need to limit his mistakes to get the Falcons to turn over a new leaf. Sophomore RB Anthon Samuel (844 rush yds, 5 TD) is another player that could help take the Falcons' offense to a new level. The wide receiver position is an area of concern, but the protection Schilz will be getting from a solid offensive line should buy whoever is running routes some time to get open. Bowling Green had a major issue stopping the run last year, but with 10 starters returning on the defensive side of the ball, Dave Clawson has to be confident that the team's experience will help solve that problem.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER COLLEGE FOOTBALL PREVIEW (KENT ST-BOWLING GREEN) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Kent St.-Bowling Green Preview* ================================


Kent State (9-1) at Bowling Green (7-3), 12:00 p.m. EDT

Kent State will be the third Mid-American Conference school this season to play a game as a Top 25 team. Unlike the others, the Golden Flashes hope to win one.

Ranked for the first time in 39 years, the No. 25 Golden Flashes can clinch the MAC East championship with a ninth consecutive victory Saturday when they visit a Bowling Green squad looking to keep its division title hopes alive with a seventh straight win.

It's been a special year for Kent State (9-1, 6-0), which secured its first winning season since 2001 thanks to a school-record eight-game winning streak that has followed a 47-14 loss at lowly Kentucky on Sept. 8. The Golden Flashes, whose signature moment was a 35-23 win at then-No. 18 Rutgers last month, secured their first AP ranking since Nov. 5, 1973, after a 48-32 victory at Miami (Ohio) last Saturday.

"We are very excited to be in the Top 25, but there are still many more goals to be accomplished," coach Darrell Hazell told Kent State's official website.

Hazell and his squad have good reason to keep things in perspective considering the two other MAC teams that earned a spot in the Top 25 each lost their first game as a ranked team. Ohio entered the poll at No. 25 on its bye week and reached No. 23, but lost 23-20 at Miami (Ohio) on Oct. 27. Toledo debuted at No. 23 on Nov. 4 before falling 34-27 at home to Ball State two days later.

The Golden Flashes hope they won't suffer the same fate as they remain focused on winning their first East title and securing a spot in the MAC championship game in Detroit on Nov. 30.

"Every game is so critical in the MAC," said Hazell, whose team can set the single-season school record for wins Saturday. "There are so many good football teams and I'm very proud of our football team and how they've stayed the course, how they prepare every week and the maturity of our football team in the locker room."

As Kent State tries for a third straight victory over Bowling Green (7-3, 5-1), the Falcons look to win seven in a row for the first time since 2004. Coming off a 26-14 win at preseason division favorite Ohio last Wednesday, Bowling Green can claim the East title by winning its last two contests.

"It's where you want to be," coach Dave Clawson told Bowling Green's official website. "It sets up another tough game."

Though the Falcons allow league lows of 103.7 rushing yards and 15.1 points per game, they will be in for a major test against a Kent State offense averaging 235.7 yards on the ground to rank 15th in the FBS. The Golden Flashes boast two of the nation's top rushers in sophomore Trayion Durham (1,059 yards) and junior Dri Archer (1,043).

Durham has averaged 133.5 yards and scored seven touchdowns in his last four games. He ran for a career-high 172 and two scores at Miami.

Archer, who averages 40.0 yards per kick return to lead the nation, rushed for 151 and had three total touchdowns against the Redhawks.

Durham ran for 62 yards and a TD on 19 carries in a 27-15 home win over Bowling Green last season.

The Falcons are paced by sophomore Anthon Samuel, who has rushed for 656 of his 906 yards in his last five games. He gained a career-high 181 and scored twice against Ohio.

Bowling Green looks to snap a five-game skid against Top 25 opponents that dates to a 27-17 win at No. 25 Pittsburgh on Aug. 30, 2008.

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