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.
Now that’s how you stage a celebration. On a night when the University of Toledo feted 100 years of Rockets football — from the leather-helmeted origins to winning nearly every game of Nixon’s first term to the scoreboard-straining present — the hometown program added an all-time memory Saturday. What a game. What a rally. What a win. If Toledo’s showdown against one of its top Group of Five peers was billed as a proving ground, then consider this Rockets team the real thing.
COLUMBUS – Ohio State is off and running against Army West Point. The Buckeyes put together touchdown drives on their first two tries and currently lead the Black Knights 14-0 through one quarter at Ohio Stadium. Army won the toss and deferred to the second half, and Ohio State quickly established a 7-0 lead. The Buckeyes moved 75 yards in eight plays, and quarterback J.T. Barrett completed the drive with a five-yard touchdown run.
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Selecting a term
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