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CFB : ATS Matchup
Friday 11/23/2012Line$ LineOU LineScore




OHIO U (8 - 3) at KENT ST (10 - 1)
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Week 13 Friday, 11/23/2012 11:00 AM
Board OpenLatest
127OHIO U6060
128KENT ST-10-8.5
OHIO U - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games8-3+1.14-75-532.818.0444.3(5.7)0.525.514.0396.6(5.4)1.8
Road Games3-2-0.51-42-327.014.2469.6(5.7)0.429.417.2473.2(6.3)1.6
Last 3 Games1-2-1.41-22-128.716.0428.7(5.8)1.030.718.0393.7(6.1)0.3
Turf Games7-3-0.83-75-433.719.5438.8(5.8)0.626.614.0401.1(5.5)1.7
Conference Games4-3-1.81-64-330.717.6432.4(5.7)0.629.716.0439.0(5.9)1.1
OHIO U - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)32.818.023.530:4046-211(4.6)19-3162.6%234(7.5)77-444(5.7)(13.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.33.217.421.831:3841-197(4.8)19-3060.8%227(7.5)72-425(5.9)(12.8)
Offense Road Games27.014.223.831:1347-208(4.4)23-3564.2%261(7.4)82-470(5.7)(17.4)
Defense (All Games)25.514.021.629:1036-161(4.5)22-3857.2%235(6.3)73-397(5.4)(15.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.811.321.229:2436-140(3.9)22-3858.6%243(6.5)73-384(5.2)(16.1)
Defense Road Games29.417.224.628:2530-152(5.1)28-4661.8%321(7)75-473(6.3)(16.1)

KENT ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games10-1+13.29-27-335.017.5404.5(6)
Home Games4-0+4.23-12-140.519.7369.0(5.9)0.728.013.5447.7(5.7)3.5
Last 3 Games3-0+3.42-12-138.019.7445.0(7.3)1.726.714.7453.7(6.3)2.0
Turf Games10-0+14.29-16-337.118.6404.0(6.2)
Conference Games7-0+7.96-15-237.717.7435.9(6.4)1.424.011.6408.4(5.8)2.7
KENT ST - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)35.017.519.431:5043-245(5.7)14-2458.6%160(6.6)67-404(6)(11.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.30.415.920.730:5840-183(4.6)18-2960.0%218(7.5)69-401(5.8)(13.2)
Offense Home Games40.519.718.028:0736-177(4.9)15-2657.5%192(7.2)63-369(5.9)(9.1)
Defense (All Games)25.110.521.528:1033-130(3.9)23-3861.0%286(7.5)71-416(5.8)(16.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.711.821.130:5538-169(4.4)20-3358.3%218(6.5)72-387(5.4)(15.6)
Defense Home Games28.013.524.531:5334-114(3.3)29-4466.3%334(7.5)78-448(5.7)(16)
Average power rating of opponents played: OHIO U 20,  KENT ST 22.2
OHIO U - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/29/2012@ MASSACHUSETTS37-34W-23L54.5O52-27415-27-229033-13827-51-3731
10/27/2012@ MIAMI OHIO20-23L-6L59.5U43-16223-39-302033-11321-36-3111
11/1/2012E MICHIGAN45-14W-16W58O42-30419-28-255252-1679-21-1381
11/7/2012BOWLING GREEN14-26L-2.5L47.5U44-9921-34-145036-1977-17-910
11/14/2012@ BALL ST27-52L5.5L61O40-23124-34-252139-35722-28-2310
11/23/2012@ KENT ST            

KENT ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
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 GREEN31-24W3W46.5O42-3349-17-91331-8322-44-3553
11/23/2012OHIO U            
OHIO U: Ohio has completely turned around its program thanks to head coach Frank Solich. This season should be even better than last for the Bobcats as their star QB Tyler Tettleton (3,306 pass yds, 28 TD) has matured. Tettleton is also a phenomenal athlete as he rushed for 658 yards and 10 TD as well. Tettleton lost his top three targets from a year ago, which is something that could end up derailing the Bobcats. Ohio has a very good run defense, but it will need its talented linebackers to be more aggressive because this team struggled to put pressure on opposing quarterbacks. They have a very strong secondary with the return of FS Gerald Moore and CB Travis Carrie, and Solich thinks that this defense has the potential to be his best one yet.
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).
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*Ohio-Kent St. Preview* =======================


Ohio (8-3) at No. 23 Kent State (10-1), 11:00 a.m. EDT

Kent State will get a chance to play for its first Mid-American Conference championship in 40 years.

The 23rd-ranked Golden Flashes, though, have business to take care of before that happens.

Kent State will try to extend its program-record nine-game winning streak Friday when it hosts Ohio in the regular-season finale for both teams.

After moving into the rankings for the first time in 39 years with a 48-32 victory at Miami (Ohio) on Nov. 10, the Golden Flashes (10-1, 7-0) clinched their first MAC East title last Saturday with a 31-24 road win over Bowling Green.

Kent State went 5-7 in each of the last three seasons and hasn't been to a bowl game since 1972, the year of its only MAC title.

"We definitely had some doubt before this year, and that's just because of our history," senior quarterback Spencer Keith told the school's official website. "Now every game there is never any doubt in our minds. We go into every week believing we will win."

Before facing West champion and No. 24 Northern Illinois in the conference title game Nov. 30 at Detroit, the Golden Flashes will try to win for the 15th time in 17 games.

Kent State is expected to give plenty of carries to Dri Archer, who ran for a career-high 241 yards and two touchdowns last Saturday. The junior running back, averaging 10.3 yards per carry, leads the Golden Flashes with 1,284 yards and 14 TDs.

Sophomore Trayion Durham is not far behind with 1,079 yards and 13 rushing scores, but he was slowed with a quad injury last weekend after totaling a career-best 172 yards versus Miami.

"Their rushing game has really been dominant," Ohio coach Frank Solich said of Kent State, which is 11th in the FBS with 244.6 rushing yards per game.

That doesn't bode well for a Bobcats defense that's allowed an average of 245.3 rushing yards in three games this month after yielding a season-high 357 in a 52-27 loss at Ball State on Nov. 14.

Ohio has dropped two straight and three of four after moving up to No. 25 in the AP poll following a 7-0 start.

"We've not been able to put the four quarters together (lately), and that's what we need to do in order to make this a game against Kent State," Solich said.

In their last four games against ranked teams - all losses - the Bobcats (8-3, 4-3) have been outscored 142-28.

If Ohio is going to avoid a third consecutive road loss, junior running back Beau Blankenship will likely have to have a big game. Ranked 12th in the FBS with 123.2 yards per game, Blankenship ran for a career-best three TDs against the Cardinals.

He's 80 yards shy of passing Kalvin McRae for the team single-season record with 1,435.

Junior Tyler Tettleton, the Bobcats' all-time leader with 469 completions after going 22 for 30 with 236 yards against Ball State, threw for 276 yards and two scores in a 17-10 home win over Kent State on Oct. 1, 2011.

Tettleton has 16 TDs and just two interceptions this season, but the Golden Flashes have a MAC-leading 21 INTs after picking off three passes last Saturday.

Kent State, winner of seven straight at home, posted a 28-6 victory in the Bobcats' last visit to Dix Stadium on Nov. 26, 2010.

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