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Bill Connelly starts his offseason preview series with the MAC East where Akron's trying to get a win, Kent State's looking to build off a bowl win and Ohio is trying to break through with a conference title.
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Sophomore Jaret Patterson rushed for a school-record 298 yards and a Mid-American Conference-record six touchdowns and Buffalo cruised to a 49-7 victory over Bowling Green on Friday.
O’Shaan Allison had touchdown runs of 54, 7 and 53 yards, Nathan Rourke accounted for four TDs, and Ohio beat Bowling Green 66-24 on Tuesday night.
Brett Gabbert passed for three touchdowns, Jaylon Bester ran for two scores and Miami (Ohio) used big plays to roll over Bowling Green 44-3 on Wednesday night.
Grant Loy threw for one touchdown and ran for another and the defense was dominant as Bowling Green defeated winless Akron 35-6 on Saturday.
Levante Bellamy rushed for 178 yards and a career-high four touchdowns -- including one that covered 75 yards -- as Western Michigan remained unbeaten at home with a 49-10 defeat of Bowling Green on Saturday.
Jonathan Ward ran for three touchdowns as Central Michigan rolled to a 38-20 win over Bowling Green on Saturday.
Grant Loy passed for one touchdown and ran for another, Nate Needham kicked two short field goals and Bowling Green upended Toledo 20-7 on Saturday, ending the Rockets' four-game win streak.
Ian Book threw five touchdown passes and had only four incomplete passes in a little more than two quarters of work as No. 9 Notre Dame rolled over Bowling Green 52-0 on Saturday.
The Scarlet Knights fired their coach already, Virginia Tech's poor robot didn't get to do many post-score pushups, and Akron takes over the top -- bottom? -- spot.
Dustin Crum passed for 310 yards and three touchdowns and Joachim Bangda and Jo-El Shaw combined for 223 yards and three touchdowns and Kent State defeated Bowling Green 62-20 on Saturday.