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The Michigan State Spartans make their long-awaited return to Spartan Stadium, where they play host to Bowling Green to kick off the 2017 season.

Michigan State enters this game holding a streak of 18 straight wins in home openers, the sixth-longest active streak in the country. That includes a 10-0 mark under head coach Mark Dantonio, who sports a 90-42 record in 10 seasons as head coach of the Spartans.

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End of first quarter: Bowling Green 3, Michigan State 0

Bowling Green took the early lead on the Spartans after a goal-line fumble from LJ Scott. The Falcons turned the fumble into a field goal. A second turnover, a fumbled shotgun snap by Brian Allen, nearly resulted in another Bowling Green score.

Halftime: Bowling Green 3, Michigan State 14

The Spartans rebounded nicely in the second quarter. While still not playing the prettiest football, Michigan State put together two scoring drives to take a strong lead at the break.

Madre London scored State’s first touchdown of the season on a seven yard run up the middle, giving MSU a 7-3 lead.

Michigan State again went on the move just before halftime, with Lewerke and co. putting together a two-minute drill. The big play came with a Darrell Stewart crossing route with a huge run after the catch. Felton Davis III finished the drive with seconds to go in the half by catching a Lewerke pass in the end zone.

End of third quarter: Bowling Green 3, Michigan State 35

The Spartans took complete control of the game in the second half, picking up in the third quarter right where they left off. MSU put together two touchdown drives, and the Spartan defense has found a rhythm.

State extended its lead initially with another Felton touchdown. This time, Lewerke threw the ball up and let his wide reciever go get it. That was followed by another drive resulting in a touchdown pass. After dropping a sure touchdown earlier in the game, Matt Sokol gets into the end zone to give MSU the 28-3 lead.

On the following drive, Bowling Green let the game get away from them for good. MSU cornerback Tyson Smith stepped in front of a James Morgan pass for in interception, returned for a touchdown.

Final: Bowling Green 10, Michigan State 35

Michigan State closed out the game in confident fashion, but not without some ugly mistakes. With backups in, the Spartans defense showed some flaws in the secondary once again. More important, LJ Scott fumbled the ball for the second time in the game, this time the Falcons scooped and scored for the only points in the fourth quarter.

All-in-all, MSU should be happy with the results. Despite a slow start and an ugly finish, Michigan State showed signs of dominance against a Bowling Green team that could win some big games in the MAC.

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Michigan State settles for draw against Bowling Green

EAST LANSING – After 90 minutes of regulation and two overtime periods, the Michigan State women’s soccer team (3-0-2) settled a 1-1 draw with the Bowling Green Falcons on Thursday night at DeMartin Stadium. 

Zivana Labovic’s penalty for the Spartans in the second minute of the game was canceled out by Maya Dean in the 88th minute, when the Falcons sent the game to overtime. 

It was similar to their last encounter in 2019, when the Spartans edged out a 3-2 win in overtime behind a 93rd-minute winner by senior forward Gia Wahlberg. 

“There was a series of a lack of discipline in the last 90 seconds that led to the equalizer,” Michigan State head coach Jeff Hosler said. “Unfortunately, it was the way the result fell today.” 

The Spartans were off to an ideal start after Labovic converted a penalty in the second minute. A handball inside the box from the Falcons resulted in an early penalty against them. 

With that goal, Labovic recorded her second goal of the season – tying her record from her freshman season in the Spring. 

“The first five minutes were really important and getting that [goal] was a great start,” Labovic said. “We’ve been working on getting crosses for goal-scoring chances all week.”

In the 12th minute, junior midfielder Lauren DeBeau had a long-range shot saved by Falcons’ goalkeeper Lili Berg. 

It was not until the 34th minute when the Spartans had their best chance to double the scoring. Freshman forward Jordyn Wickes dribbled past two BGSU defenders and her right-footed curling shot slammed the crossbar. 

With little action from BGSU in the first half, the Spartans went into the break with a 1-0 lead. The Falcons were slowly making their way to goal but controlled defending from seniors Abby Gardiner and Samantha White prevented them from equalizing in the first half. 

“We played a really good first half,” Hosler said. “We knocked the ball around pretty well, but we ran out of final third moments [towards the end].”

The Spartans came out of halftime with three forwards instead of the usual front two. Ava Cook, Camryn Evans, and Wickes were the ones on the hunt for a second goal to start the half. 

Bowling Green had a great chance to equalize in the 52nd minute, when a powerful shot from Kennedy White was blocked by White for the Spartans. The attacking move from the Falcons had the Spartan defense on its heels as they moved closer to Lauren Kozal’s goal.

“I rely on my teammates to keep pushing me and each other through everything,” Kozal said. 

With a largely uneventful second half, the 88th-minute equalizer by BGSU forward Maya Dean came off a series of rebounded shots inside the six-yard box and Dean capitalized when she got the ball. 

“A lack of focus killed our style of play,” Hosler said. “Bowling Green was direct and played the way they wanted to.” 

After 90 minutes of regulation, the referee announced that the game would head into two overtime periods.

Labovic and Wickes were subbed back into the game at the start of overtime to try and win. 

Cook nearly won the game for the Spartans midway through the second overtime period after Bowling Green lost the ball in their own half and Cook attempted a shot with the Falcons’ goalkeeper out of position. Cook’s shot was off target but the Spartans pushed to find a way through to the goal. 

After 110 minutes the Spartans settled for a 1-1 draw against the Falcons – unable to recreate the confrontation back in 2019. 

“The good news is we have a full week to get ready for our next opponent and we’ll spend a lot of time on the training grounds,” Hosler said.

The Spartans will begin a three-game road trip starting with the Oakland Grizzlies in Rochester, Michigan on Sept. 9.

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Bowling Green is a city and the county seat of Wood County, Ohio, United States, located 20 miles southwest of Toledo. The population was 30,028 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Toledo Metropolitan Area and a member of the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments. Bowling Green is the home of Bowling Green State University. - Wikipedia

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  • Wood County Courthouse and Jail

    The Wood County Courthouse and Jail, located in Bowling Green, Ohio, United States, is Wood County's third courthouse. It was built after citizens decided to move the county seat from Perrysburg to Bowling Green. Ground was broken on November 28, 1893, and the cornerstone was laid on July 4, 1894. The architectural firm of Yost & Packard of Columbus designed the courthouse and construction was overseen by T.B. Townsend of Youngstown. The winning tender for the project was $153,803 and the final construction costs totaled $255,746.

  • Wood County Historical Center and Museum

    The Wood County Historical Center and Museum, located in Bowling Green, Ohio, is the original site of the Wood County Infirmary or also known as the Wood County Home. This structure was the home to poor, mentally- ill, physically disabled and anyone in need of public assistance who were residents of Wood County. The Museum is home to over 30 exhibits about this building's history and the social history of Wood County. There are several outbuildings, including a "Pest House" to isolate men with communicable diseases such as scarlet fever and influenza, a hog barn and an ice house.

  • Fort Meigs

    Fort Meigs was a United States fortification along the Maumee River in Ohio during the War of 1812. The British army, supported by Tecumseh's Confederacy, failed to capture the fort during the Siege of Fort Meigs. It is named in honor of Ohio governor Return J. Meigs, Jr., for his support in providing General William Henry Harrison with militia and supplies for the line of forts along the Old Northwest frontier.

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Michigan State football vs. Bowling Green: Game time, TV, radio, live stream

Michigan State football will open its 2017 season on at home on Saturday against the Bowling Green Falcons at noon on ESPNU.

Michigan State football begins on Saturday as the Spartans host the Bowling Green Falcons of the MAC in the season opener.

The Spartans begin the rebuild after a 3-9 season in 2016 and a tumultuous offseason by hosting a Falcons team that went 4-8 a season ago.

Sophomore Brian Lewerke gets the start at quarterback and junior L.J. Scott will lead Michigan State rushing attack that will look to be the bulk of the offense in 2017. The Spartans will only start two seniors against Bowling Green and will rely heavily on sophomores and juniors. Linebacker Chris Frey is the only senior starter on defense.

Bowling Green will rely heavily on the run as well, led by returning running backs Josh Cleveland and Donovan Wilson. Sophomore James Morgan returns to start at quarterback for the Falcons after taking over midseason in 2016. Bowling Green’s defense ranked near the bottom of FBS last season, giving up 464 total yards per game and 273.3 passing yards per game.

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Game time: Kickoff is at noon ET.

Line: Michigan State is a 17.5-point favorite and the over/under is 55. ESPN gives Michigan State an 88.2% chance of winning.

Series History: Michigan State leads the all-time series 2-0, and won their last matchup 28-17 in 2007.

TV: The game will be nationally broadcast on ESPNU, with Clay Matvick and Kirk Morrison on the call.

Radio: George Blaha and Jason Strayhorn will have the call for the Spartan Network for free on air and online. The game can also be streamed through the SSN Mobile App with a subscription.

Live Stream: The game will be available for streaming on WatchESPN with a subscription.

Weather: 67 degrees and sunny with a slight breeze at kickoff.

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'Nothing was good today': MSU blanked by Bowling Green 3-0

Senior midfielder Luke Morrell summed it up best.

“Honestly, today, nothing was good,” Morrell said. “I just feel that no one was up for it today.”

Michigan State (2-2) fell to Bowling Green (3-0-1) in a lackluster outing that saw the Spartans fail to generate any meaningful offensive or defensive pressure as BGSU opened up the scoring first and never looked back. From start to finish, the Falcons were louder, stronger and more aggressive, while the Spartans seemed to wilt as time went on.

Michigan State Head Coach Damon Rensing was visibly frustrated and took credit for his side’s mediocre effort in their most head-scratching loss of the season.

“Us coaches got to take responsibility for this,” Rensing said. “I didn’t have the guys ready to go. The leaders didn’t have them ready to go... There’s no reason not to be ready on your fourth game of a homestand.”

BGSU set the tone early, earning and maintaining possession while disrupting MSU’s passing with a laboring high press. Although the pressure from BGSU served to disjoint MSU’s offensive attack, senior midfielder Jack Beck said a lack of foresight contributed to passing miscues that would trouble the Spartans all afternoon.

“We just didn’t think about the next pass,” Beck said. “We kind of got a little tunnel vision, and we just didn’t play through it like we were supposed to.”

Despite racking up six shots in the first half, MSU rarely threatened, and leaned on a conservative style of play as BGSU continued to compact and stretch the field on their way to generating chances. Senior goalkeeper Hunter Morse answered the call with athletic saves in the 21st and 27th minutes, and Morrell had the Spartan’s best goal attempt of the day, a light, precise header, blocked by junior goalkeeper Logan Kowalczyk.

Bowling Green finally capitalized with a header from senior defender Jacob Erlandson off a cross from the right side from sophomore midfielder Kyle Cusimano to take a 1-0 lead. With only ten minutes left, the Spartans had failed to escape with a clean sheet in the first half, a necessity given their poor form.

“You got to find ways to get in 0-0 at halftime when you’re not playing great,” Rensing said.

The second half brought more energy to both teams, but, as was the case all afternoon, Bowling Green continued to press on, boosted by a raucous, cheering bench. Later in the second half, it was Cusimano who got it on the break from junior midfielder Nathan Mastersand took Morse one-on-one to put it in the right corner of the net, 2-0 Bowling Green, as the Spartan defense collapsed.

From there on out, MSU played flat, with only one noteworthy attempt from senior forward Farai Mutatu that was blocked by Kowalczyk. Erlandson later earned a red card for unsportsmanlike conduct, and the biggest cheers at DeMartin all afternoon as he exited the game, leaving the Falcons only able to play with ten men for the rest of the game.

If Erlandson's exit was an opportunity for the Spartans to get back in it, it wasn’t taken. Cusimano notched his second assist in the 74th minute as Roberto Fernandez Garrido made it 3-0 with a powerful finish in the lower right corner of the net.

The shorthanded Falcons continued to attack and confuse an ever-changing MSU lineup as ten different substitutes found their way to the field. Even with a win out of reach, Rensing said he was looking for somebody to spark a run for the Spartans.

“We were just trying to find somebody who wanted to play today,” Rensing said. “Maybe that’s my fault, maybe we never got into a rhythm because I kept subbing, but there wasn’t a lot of things in the first half that told me I got to keep guys in.”

At the conclusion of the match, players and coaches alike were left with far more questions than answers. Beck said the team needs individuals to step up and do what it takes to win to prevent losses of this degree.

“It takes 11 guys to do their role to get a win,” Beck said. “When one, two, three, four, seven or eight, nine, ten guys don’t do their job, we get results like this.”

While MSU outshot BGSU 10-8, the majority of said shots were off-target. Rensing said it’s even worse his team conceded three goals on eight shots and added that his side will have to make defense a greater focus in order to win.

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“To me, it’s all about our defending,” Rensing said. “We’ve given up a goal in each game, so, until we rectify that as a group, we’re going to have to these kind of up and down type games... We go to a Final Four in 2018, we’re not giving up three goals to a MAC team.”

Rensing, Beck and Morrell all agreed that the loss was due to the team not being mentally prepared, as opposed to any formational deficiencies.

“They came in here with the chance to beat a Big Ten team, and they played like that,” Rensing said. “We came in and played like we were just going to win the game. When you do that, that’s what happens.”

MSU begins a three-game road trip against Tulsa on September 11 at 8 p.m. The match will be broadcast on ESPN+, marking it the Spartan’s first nationally televised men's soccer game.

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Eastern Michigan football blows out Bowling Green on the road; CMU blows late lead

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — Ben Bryant passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third and Eastern Michigan rolled to a 55-24 win over Bowling Green on Saturday.

The Eagles (5-3, 2-2 Mid-American Conference) scored three touchdowns in both the second and third quarters.

Bryant had a 31-yard scoring pass to Bryson Cannon and his touchdown run in a second quarter that was highlighted by David Carter’s 42-yard punt return for a touchdown. That helped Eastern Michigan take a 24-10 lead at the half.

Bryant connected with Gunnar Oakes for a 37- yard score in the third quarter and Darius Boone ran for a score before running back Samson Evans found Dylan Drummond for a 16-yard score, set up when the Falcons lost a fumble on the kickoff.

Backup quarterback Preston Hutchinson had a touchdown pass to Thomas Odukoya in the fourth quarter. 

Bryant was 20 of 26 for 286 yards.

Nate Needham’s field goal to open the scoring for Bowling Green (2-7, 0-4) made him 14 of 14 on the season.

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Northern Illinois 39, Central Michigan 38: Rocky Lombardi threw for 320 yards and three touchdowns and freshman Kanon Woodill kicked the go-ahead field goal with under a minute to go in his first collegiate action to give Northern Illinois a 39-38 victory over Central Michigan on Saturday in Mount Pleasant.

Trayvon Rudolph kept the Huskies’ final drive alive with a 7-yard gain off a reverse on fourth-and-1 at the 50. Jay Ducker followed with a 26-yard run and four plays later Woodill kicked a 26-yard field goal with 56 seconds left.

CMU reached the Huskies’ 22 with five seconds left and lined up for a field-goal attempt that ended with a low snap.

NIU (6-2, 4-0) won its fifth straight to remain the only MAC team without a loss in conference play. 

NIU came into the game with the MAC’s top rushing offense and last in passing yards. But against Central Michigan (4-4, 2-2), ranked second in rushing defense and last in passing defense, the Huskies changed gears. 

Trailing 35-18 in the third quarter, Lombardi, the former Michigan State quarterback, and Rudolph connected on a 75-yard pass play that began the Huskies’ rally. They had a 36-35 lead after Clint Ratkovich’s 1-yard run in the fourth quarter before Marshall Meeder gave the Chippewas their last lead on a 38-yard field goal with six minutes remaining.

Ducker finished with 183 yards on 31 carries while Rudolph had 160 yards receiving and two scores and Tyrice Richie 147 and a touchdown for NIU.

Daniel Richardson threw for 289 yards and three scores for the Chippewas with Kalil Pimpleton collecting 130 yards receiving. Lew Nichols III had 192 yards rushing on 22 carries with two scores.

The teams combined for 1,020 yards of offense.

GLIAC

Davenport 21, Northwood 14: Caleef Jenkins had 41 yards rushing and two touchdowns, and Isaac Van Dyke added 75 yards on the ground and another TD for the visiting Panthers (3-5, 2-2). Nate Gomez had 54 yards rushing and a score for the Timberwolves (1-6, 0-4).

Ferris State 38, Michigan Tech 10: Jared Bernhardt was 17-for-21 for 289 yards and three touchdowns for the visiting Bulldogs (7-0, 4-0 GLIAC). Xavier Wade had six catches for 106 yards and two of those TDs. Darius Willis had six catches for 91 yards and a score for the Huskies (4-3, 3-1).

Grand Valley State 28, Northern Michigan 24: Cade Peterson was 17-for-22 for 230 yards and two touchdowns, and Bryce Young-Walls had 56 yards rushing and two TDs for the visiting Lakers (6-1, 4-1). Drake Davis was 24-for-37 for 225 yards and a touchdown, and Isaiah Popp had three catches for 58 yards and a 2-yard TD pass for the Wildcats (3-5, 1-4).

MIAA

Albion 38, Olivet 17: Andy Durand had a 63-yard punt return for a touchdown, and Jack Bush was 13-for-20 for 220 yards and two touchdowns for host Albion (6-1, 2-1 MIAA). Cortaveon Barnett had 117 yards rushing and a touchdown for Olivet (4-3, 1-3). 

Hope 19, Adrian 7: Daniel Romano had 244 yards rushing and a touchdown for host Hope (5-1, 3-0), who had 360 total yards on the ground. Steven Moses had 168 yards rushing and a touchdown for Adrian (4-4, 2-2).

Trine (Ohio) 47, Kalamazoo 13: Alex Price had 192 yards passing and three touchdowns for Trine (5-2, 3-0). Josh Nichols had 54 yards passing and a touchdowns for Kalamazoo (1-7, 0-4). 

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Michigan State settles for draw against Bowling Green

EAST LANSING – After 90 minutes of regulation and two overtime periods, the Michigan State women’s soccer team (3-0-2) settled a 1-1 draw with the Bowling Green Falcons on Thursday night at DeMartin Stadium. 

Zivana Labovic’s penalty for the Spartans in the second minute of the game was canceled out by Maya Dean in the 88th minute, when the Falcons sent the game to overtime. 

It was similar to their last encounter in 2019, when the Spartans edged out a 3-2 win in overtime behind a 93rd-minute winner by senior forward Gia Wahlberg. 

“There was a series of a lack of discipline in the last 90 bowling green michigan state that led to the equalizer,” Michigan State head coach Jeff Hosler said. “Unfortunately, bowling green michigan state, it was the way the result fell today.” 

The Spartans were off to an ideal start after Labovic converted a penalty in the second minute. A handball inside the box from the Falcons resulted in an early penalty against them. 

With that goal, Labovic recorded her second goal of the season – tying her record from her freshman season in the Spring. 

“The first five minutes were really important and getting that [goal] was a great start,” Labovic said. “We’ve been working on getting crosses for goal-scoring chances all week.”

In the 12th minute, junior midfielder Lauren DeBeau had a long-range shot saved by Falcons’ goalkeeper Lili Berg. 

It was not until the 34th minute when the Spartans had their best chance to double the scoring. Freshman forward Jordyn Wickes dribbled past two BGSU defenders and her right-footed curling shot slammed the crossbar. 

With little action from BGSU in the first half, the Spartans went into the break with a 1-0 lead. The Falcons were slowly making their way to goal but controlled defending from seniors Abby Gardiner and Samantha White prevented them from equalizing in the first half. 

“We played a really good first half,” Hosler said. “We knocked the ball around pretty well, but we ran out of final third moments [towards the end].”

The Spartans came out of halftime with three forwards instead of the usual front two. Ava Cook, Camryn Evans, and Wickes were the ones on the hunt for a second goal to start the half. 

Bowling Green had a great chance to equalize in the 52nd minute, when a powerful shot from Kennedy White was blocked by White for the Spartans. The attacking move from the Falcons had the Spartan defense on its heels as they moved closer to Lauren Kozal’s goal.

“I rely on my teammates to keep pushing me and each other through everything,” Kozal said. 

With a largely uneventful second half, the 88th-minute equalizer by BGSU forward Maya Dean came off a series of rebounded shots inside the six-yard box and Dean capitalized when she got the ball. 

“A lack of focus killed our style of play,” Hosler said. “Bowling Green was direct and played the way they wanted to.” 

After 90 minutes of regulation, the referee announced that the game would head into two overtime periods.

Labovic and Wickes were subbed back into the game at the start of overtime to try and win. 

Cook nearly won the game for the Spartans midway through the second overtime period after Bowling Green lost the ball in their own half and Cook attempted a shot with the Falcons’ goalkeeper out of position. Cook’s shot was off target but the Spartans pushed to find a way through to the goal. 

After 110 minutes the Spartans settled for a 1-1 draw against the Falcons – unable to recreate the confrontation back in 2019. 

“The good news is we have a full week to get ready for our next opponent and we’ll spend a lot of time on the training grounds,” Hosler said.

The Spartans will begin a three-game road trip starting with the Oakland Grizzlies bowling green michigan state Rochester, Michigan on Sept. 9, bowling green michigan state.

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Michigan State football vs. Bowling Green: Game time, TV, radio, live stream

Michigan State football will open its 2017 season on at home on Saturday against the Bowling Green Falcons at noon on ESPNU.

Michigan State football begins on Saturday as the Spartans host the Bowling Green Falcons of the MAC in the season opener.

The Spartans begin the rebuild after a 3-9 season in 2016 and a tumultuous offseason by hosting a Falcons team that went 4-8 a season ago.

Sophomore Brian Lewerke gets the start at quarterback and junior L.J. Scott will lead Michigan State rushing attack that will look to be the bulk of the offense in 2017. The Spartans will only start two seniors against Bowling Green and will rely heavily on sophomores and juniors. Linebacker Chris Frey is the only senior starter on defense.

Bowling Green will rely heavily on the run as well, led by returning running backs Josh Cleveland bowling green michigan state Donovan Wilson. Sophomore James Morgan returns to start at quarterback for the Falcons after taking over midseason in 2016. Bowling Green’s defense ranked near the bottom of FBS last season, giving up 464 total yards per game and 273.3 passing yards per game.

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Game time: Kickoff is at noon ET.

Line: Michigan State is a 17.5-point favorite and the over/under is 55. ESPN gives Michigan State an 88.2% chance of winning.

Series History: Michigan State leads the all-time series 2-0, and won their last matchup 28-17 in 2007.

TV: The game will be nationally broadcast on ESPNU, with Clay Matvick and Kirk Morrison on the call.

Radio: George Blaha and Jason Strayhorn will have the call for the Spartan Network for free on air and online. The game can also be streamed through the SSN Mobile App with a subscription.

Live Stream: The game will be available for streaming on WatchESPN with a subscription.

Weather: 67 degrees and sunny with a slight breeze at kickoff.

Next: Michigan State 2017 game-by-game predictions

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Eastern Michigan football blows out Bowling Green on the road; CMU blows late lead

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — Ben Bryant passed for two touchdowns and ran for a third and Eastern Michigan rolled to a 55-24 win over Bowling Green on Saturday.

The Eagles (5-3, 2-2 Mid-American Conference) scored three touchdowns in both the second and third quarters.

Bryant had a 31-yard scoring pass to Bryson Cannon and his touchdown run in a second quarter that was highlighted by David Carter’s 42-yard punt return for a touchdown. That helped Eastern Michigan take a 24-10 lead at the half.

Bryant connected with Gunnar Oakes for a 37- yard score in the third quarter and Darius Boone ran for a score before running back Samson Evans found Dylan Drummond for a 16-yard score, set up when the Falcons lost a fumble on the kickoff.

Backup quarterback Preston Hutchinson had a touchdown pass to Thomas Odukoya in the fourth quarter. 

Bryant was 20 of 26 for 286 yards.

Nate Needham’s field goal to open the scoring for Bowling Green (2-7, 0-4) made him 14 of 14 on the season.

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Northern Illinois 39, Central Michigan 38: Rocky Lombardi threw for 320 yards and three touchdowns and freshman Kanon Woodill kicked the go-ahead field goal with under a minute to go in his first collegiate action to give Northern Illinois a 39-38 victory over Central Michigan on Saturday in Mount Pleasant.

Trayvon Rudolph kept the Huskies’ final drive alive with a 7-yard gain off a reverse on fourth-and-1 at the 50. Jay Ducker followed with a 26-yard run and four plays later Woodill kicked a 26-yard field goal with 56 seconds left.

CMU reached the Huskies’ 22 with five seconds left and lined up for a field-goal attempt that ended with a low snap.

NIU (6-2, 4-0) won its fifth straight to remain the only MAC team without a loss in conference play. 

NIU came into bowling green michigan state game with the MAC’s top rushing offense and last in passing yards. But against Central Michigan (4-4, bowling green michigan state, 2-2), ranked second in rushing defense and last in passing defense, bowling green michigan state, the Huskies changed gears. 

Trailing 35-18 in the third quarter, Lombardi, the former Michigan State quarterback, bowling green michigan state, and Rudolph connected on a 75-yard pass play that began the Huskies’ rally. They had a 36-35 lead after Clint Ratkovich’s 1-yard run in the fourth quarter before Marshall Meeder gave the Chippewas their last lead on a 38-yard field goal with six minutes remaining.

Ducker finished with 183 yards on 31 carries while Rudolph had 160 yards receiving and two scores and Tyrice Richie 147 and a touchdown for NIU.

Daniel Richardson threw for 289 yards and three scores for the Chippewas with Kalil Pimpleton collecting 130 yards receiving. Lew Nichols III had 192 yards rushing on 22 carries with two scores.

The teams combined for 1,020 yards of offense.

GLIAC

Davenport 21, Northwood 14: Caleef Jenkins had 41 yards rushing and two touchdowns, and Isaac Van Dyke added 75 yards on the ground and another TD for the visiting Panthers (3-5, 2-2). Nate Gomez had 54 yards rushing and a score for the Timberwolves (1-6, bowling green michigan state, 0-4).

Ferris State 38, Michigan Tech 10: Jared Bernhardt was 17-for-21 for 289 yards and three touchdowns for the visiting Bowling green michigan state (7-0, 4-0 GLIAC). Xavier Wade had six catches for 106 yards and two of those TDs. Darius Willis had six catches for 91 yards and a score for the Huskies (4-3, 3-1).

Grand Valley State 28, Northern Michigan 24: Cade Peterson was 17-for-22 for 230 yards and two touchdowns, and Bryce Young-Walls had 56 yards rushing and two TDs for the visiting Lakers (6-1, bowling green michigan state, 4-1). Drake Davis was 24-for-37 for 225 yards and a touchdown, and Isaiah Popp had three catches for 58 yards and a 2-yard TD pass for the Wildcats (3-5, 1-4).

MIAA

Albion 38, Olivet 17: Andy Durand had a 63-yard punt return for a touchdown, and Jack Bush was 13-for-20 for 220 yards and two touchdowns for host Albion (6-1, 2-1 MIAA). Cortaveon Barnett had 117 yards rushing and a touchdown for Olivet (4-3, 1-3). 

Hope 19, Adrian 7: Daniel Romano had 244 yards rushing and a pre perm test curl for host Hope (5-1, 3-0), rip curl significado had 360 total yards on the ground. Steven Moses had 168 yards rushing and a touchdown for Adrian (4-4, 2-2).

Trine (Ohio) 47, Kalamazoo 13: Alex Price had 192 yards passing and three touchdowns for Trine (5-2, 3-0). Josh Nichols had 54 yards passing and a touchdowns for Kalamazoo (1-7, 0-4). 

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Michigan State Football: 5 takeaways from win vs. Bowling Green

Michigan State football came away with an important Week 1 victory over Bowling Green, but what did we learn?

The 2017 Michigan State football season is finally underway and fans of the Spartans are at ease with the first win of the year under their belts. Mark Dantonio vowed to right the ship sooner rather than later and after the first win of the year, the future looks bright.

All the naysayers in the college football world are downplaying Michigan State’s win over Bowling Green, well, because it came against a MAC foe. However, this win gave the young Spartans a feeling of accomplishment — something they haven’t felt in about a year.

What did we learn from the first win of the season for the green and white? Here’s what the 35-10 blowout taught us.

5. Defensive line could use some work

This is one of the more obvious takeaways from the season opener. The Spartans’ defensive line played well against the run, and that was a major victory from Week 1, but against the pass, the rush was non-existent.

Guys like Kenny Willekes played well, but it’d be nice to get more out of Demetrius Cooper, bowling green michigan state, Dillon Alexander and Mike Panasiuk. Raequan Williams didn’t record a tackle but had a QB hurry, and so did a number of other Spartans. In fact, there were eight documented QB hurries and one sack in 31 pass attempts by James Morgan.

When Michigan State plays tougher offensive lines, bowling green michigan state, the lack of a pass rush is going to be more evident. Chris Frey had the only sack, so the defensive line can’t even get credit for that.

All-in-all, this team needs to generate more of a rush up front and if that means the staff needs to implement more blitz packages, so be it.

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'Nothing was good today': MSU blanked by Bowling Green 3-0

Senior midfielder Luke Morrell summed it up best.

“Honestly, today, nothing was good,” Morrell said. “I just feel that no one was up for it today.”

Michigan State (2-2) fell to Bowling Green (3-0-1) in a lackluster outing that saw the Spartans fail to generate any meaningful offensive or defensive pressure as BGSU opened up the scoring first and never looked back. From start to finish, the Falcons were louder, stronger and more aggressive, while the Spartans seemed to wilt as time went on.

Michigan State Head Coach Damon Rensing was visibly frustrated and took credit for his side’s mediocre effort in their most head-scratching loss of the season.

“Us coaches got to take responsibility for this,” Rensing said. “I didn’t have the guys ready to go. The leaders didn’t have them ready to go. There’s no reason not to be ready on your fourth game of a homestand.”

BGSU set the tone early, earning and maintaining possession while bowling green michigan state MSU’s passing with a laboring high press. Although the pressure from BGSU served to disjoint MSU’s offensive attack, senior midfielder Jack Beck said a lack of foresight contributed to passing miscues that would trouble the Spartans all afternoon.

“We just didn’t think about the next pass,” Beck said. “We kind of got a little tunnel vision, bowling green michigan state, and we just didn’t play through it like we were supposed to.”

Despite racking up six shots in the first half, MSU rarely threatened, and leaned on a conservative style of play as BGSU continued to compact and stretch the field on their way to generating chances. Senior goalkeeper Hunter Morse answered the call with athletic saves in the 21st and 27th minutes, and Morrell had the Spartan’s best goal attempt of the day, a light, precise header, blocked by junior goalkeeper Logan Kowalczyk.

Bowling Green finally capitalized with a header from senior defender Jacob Erlandson off bowling green michigan state cross from the right side from sophomore midfielder Kyle Cusimano rugby league 3 wii iso take a 1-0 lead. With only ten minutes left, the Spartans had failed to escape with a clean sheet in the first half, a necessity given their poor form.

“You got to find ways to get in 0-0 at halftime when you’re not playing great,” Rensing said.

The second half brought more energy to both teams, but, as was the case all afternoon, Bowling Green continued to press on, boosted by a raucous, cheering bench. Later in the second half, it was Cusimano who got it on the break from junior midfielder Nathan Mastersand took Morse one-on-one to put it in the right corner of the net, 2-0 Bowling Green, bowling green michigan state the Spartan defense collapsed.

From there on out, MSU played flat, with only one noteworthy attempt from senior forward Farai Mutatu that was blocked by Kowalczyk, bowling green michigan state. Erlandson later earned a red card for unsportsmanlike conduct, and the biggest cheers at DeMartin all afternoon as he exited the game, leaving the Falcons only able to play with ten men for the rest of the game.

If Erlandson's exit was an opportunity for the Spartans to get back in it, it wasn’t taken. Cusimano notched his second assist in the 74th minute as Roberto Fernandez Garrido made it 3-0 with a powerful finish in the lower right corner of the net.

The shorthanded Falcons continued to attack and confuse an ever-changing MSU lineup as ten different substitutes found their way to the field. Even with a win out of reach, Rensing said he was looking for somebody to spark a run for the Spartans.

“We were just trying to find somebody who wanted to play today,” Rensing said. “Maybe that’s my fault, maybe we never got into iron ranger lug sole rhythm because I kept subbing, but there wasn’t a lot of things in the first half that told me I got to keep guys in.”

At the conclusion of the match, players and coaches alike were left with far more questions than answers. Beck said the team needs individuals to step up and do what it takes to win to prevent losses of this degree.

“It takes 11 guys to do their role to get a win,” Beck said. “When one, two, three, four, seven or eight, nine, ten guys don’t do their job, we get results like this.”

While MSU outshot Thunder baseball schedule 10-8, the majority of said shots were off-target. Rensing said it’s even worse his team conceded three goals on eight shots and added that his side will have to make defense a greater focus in order to win.

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“To me, it’s all about our defending,” Rensing said. “We’ve given up a goal in each game, so, until we rectify that as a group, we’re going to have to these kind bowling green michigan state up and down type games. We go to a Final Four in 2018, we’re not giving up three goals to a MAC team.”

Rensing, Beck and Morrell all agreed that the loss was due to the team not being mentally prepared, as opposed to any formational deficiencies.

“They came in here with the chance to beat a Big Ten team, and they played like that,” Rensing said. “We came in and played like we were just going to win the game. When you do that, that’s what happens.”

MSU begins a three-game road trip against Tulsa on September 11 at 8 p.m. The match will be broadcast on ESPN+, marking it the Spartan’s first nationally televised men's soccer game.

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