ANN ARBOR — In Rome, on a practice field just off of a bustling city street, the Michigan Wolverines practiced for two hours in April. The team was a few days removed from a nine-four flight and four months away from the start of the season. But that didn’t stop defensive coordinator Don Brown from preparing for Air Force in earnest. On a grass rugby pitch at the Giulio Onesti Olympic Training Center, the Wolverines practiced against the vaunted triple-option offense.
It took one play for Kareem Hunt’s brief NFL career to turn dubious. It took four quarters for the Kansas City Chiefs running back to make history. The former University of Toledo standout fumbled on the first carry of his career Thursday before piling up 246 yards from scrimmage — an NFL first-game record — and three touchdowns. Hunt finished with 148 rushing yards on 17 carries and five receptions for 98 yards. It all came after fumbling on Kansas City’s first play from scrimmage.
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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Selecting a term
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