EVANSTON, Ill. – For Scotty Miller and the rest of the Bowling Green State University football team, the wound has not healed. The Falcons struggled on both sides of the ball in a 49-7 loss to Northwestern at Ryan Field Saturday. So not only did BG fall to 0-3 on the season, the Falcons have been outscored by a combined 119-44. “It stinks. It’s awful,” Miller said. “I hate losing. Hate it. There’s nothing more that I love to do than winning. …“We’ve got the guys to win.
Jinks took time in his weekly press conference to address Falcons fans who were upset with Saturday’s 35-27 loss to South Dakota at Doyt Perry Stadium. The setback was Bowling Green’s first loss to a FCS program since a 20-17 defeat at the hands of Youngstown State On Sept. 12, 1987 – almost exactly 30 years ago. When Jinks was asked if he understood the frustrations of BG football fans after the loss, the Texas native said, "They should be frustrated – that's what a fan is.
BOWLING GREEN – The Bowling Green State University football team opens the 2017 season at home against South Dakota Saturday. BG will host the Coyotes at Doyt Perry Stadium in a contest kicking off at 6 p.m.South Dakota is coming off a 77-7 whipping of Drake one week ago. In that contest the Coyotes were impressive on the road, limiting the Bulldogs to minus-7 yards rushing. Here’s a look at the player the BG offense should respect the most entering Saturday’s contest.
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