BOWLING GREEN, Ohio – Dustin Crum threw for a career-best four touchdowns and Kent State rolled over Bowling Green 62-24 on a wet and rainy night and tallied 667 total yards at Doyt L. Perry Stadium on Tuesday night. Complete Box Score
The Golden Flashes (2-0, 2-0 Mid-American Conference), who scored 28 unanswered points in the second quarter, led 38-10 at halftime before extending their advantage even more in the second half to secure a 38 point victory and improved to 2-0 for the first time since 1988.
Crum finished 18 of 27 for 271 yards and connected with Isaiah McKoy and Ja’Shaun Poke for two touchdowns apiece – all four TDs coming in the first half.
Crum was replaced by Collin Schlee, who Schlee finished 5 of 8 for 101 yards and a touchdown to go along with 63 rushing yards and another score on the ground.
Bryan Bradford ran for 113 yards on 13 carries, while freshman Marquez Cooper ran home for two touchdowns and Isaiah Wooden took three catches for 83 yards and touchdown in the win for Kent State, which hosts Akron on Tuesday, Nov. 17, at Dix Stadium, and televised live on ESPNU.
The Golden Flashes tallied 372 yards in the air and another 295 on the ground, while converting 34 first downs, including 11-for-19 on third down.
Freshman Terion Stewart ran with the ball 14 times for 162 yards – all in the fourth quarter – and added two touchdowns for Bowling Green (0-2, 0-2 MAC). Stewart, who ran home a 69-yard TD to cap the game’s scoring, had six carries of 10 yards or more in the contest.
Matt McDonald threw for 105 yards for the Falcons, who will host the University at Buffalo next Tuesday night (Nov. 17) at Perry Stadium, and will be televised on CBS Sports Network.
In another college football today score on Tuesday night, Kyle Vantrease passed for a career-best 353 yards and four touchdowns and completed 17 of 27 attempts, and Buffalo secured a 42-10 victory over Miami (OH). Complete Box Score
After a scoreless first quarter, the Bulls (2-0, 2-0) scored 21-0 unanswered in the third quarter to blow the contest wide open against the RedHawks.
Jaret Patterson ran for two scores and Kevin Marks Jr. had 16 carries for 109 yards in the win.
Antonio Nunn finished with a career-high 137 receiving yards from five catches, his second straight 100-yard receiving game, while Trevor Wilson ended with 103 yards receiving and a score for Buffalo.