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Monday, 07 October 2013 09:40
MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE
EAST DIVISION
Team (Overall)    W    L
BOWLING GREEN (5-1)    3    0
Buffalo (3-2)    1    0
Ohio (4-1)    1    0
Kent State (2-4)    1    2
Miami (0-5)    0    1
UMass (0-5)    0    1
Akron (1-5)    0    2
WEST DIVISION
Team (Overall)    W    L
Ball State (4-1)    2    0
Northern Illinois (5-0)    1    0
Toledo (3-3)    2    1
Central Michigan (2-4)    1    1
Eastern Michigan (1-4)    0    2
Western Michigan (0-6)    0    2 
Saturday's Games
BOWLING GREEN 28, UMass 7
Toledo 47, Western Michigan 20
Buffalo 42, Eastern Michigan 14
Ohio 43, Akron 3
Northern Illinois 38, Kent State 24
Central Michigan 21, Miami 9
Ball State 48, Virginia 27
Oct. 12
BOWLING GREEN at Mississippi State, 7:30 p.m.
Buffalo at Western Michigan
Central Michigan at Ohio
Kent State at Ball State
Miami at UMass
Akron at Northern Illinois
Eastern Michigan at Army
(Toledo is idle)

BIG TEN CONFERENCE
Legends
Team (Overall)    W    L
Michigan (5-0)    1    0
Michigan State (4-1)    1    0
Nebraska (4-1)    1    0
Iowa (4-2)    1    1
Northwestern (4-1)    0    1
Minnesota (4-2)    0    2
Leaders
Team (Overall)    W    L
Ohio State (6-0)    2    0
Indiana (3-2)    1    0
Wisconsin (3-2)    1    1
Illinois (3-2)    0    1
Penn State (3-2)    0    1
Purdue (1-4)    0    1
Saturday's Games
Ohio State 40, Northwestern 30
Michigan 42, Minnesota 13
Michigan State 26, Iowa 14
Nebraska 39, Illinois 19
Indiana 44, Penn State 24
(Purdue, Wisconsin are idle)
Oct. 12
Michigan at Penn State, 5 p.m.
Nebraska at Purdue
Northwestern at Wisconsin
Indiana at Michigan State
(Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio State are idle)

BGSU 28, UMASS 7
UMass    0    0    0    7    -    7
Bowling Green    0    14    14    0    -    28
Second Quarter
BG-Moore 51 pass from Johnson (Tate kick), 7:51. Drive: 7 plays, 91 yards, 3:17.
BG-Houston 1 run (Tate kick), 1:15. Drive: 11 plays, 70 yards, 4:57.
Third Quarter
BG-Beck 23 pass from Johnson (Tate kick), 10:10. Drive: 5 plays, 56 yards, 2:35.
BG-H.Jackson 9 pass from Johnson (Tate kick), 5:10. Drive: 5 plays, 55 yards, 2:26.
Fourth Quarter
Mass-Sharpe 24 pass from Wegzyn (Lucas kick), 4:34. Drive: 10 plays, 71 yards, 6:02.
A-13,799.
TEAM STATISTICS
Mass    BG
First downs    15    21
By rushing    8    8
By passing    6    10
By penalty    1    3
Rushes-yards    32-184    43-232
Passing    96    216
Comp-Att-Int    11-25-1    13-22-0
Avg. gain per play    4.9    6.9
Sacks-yards lost    0-0    3-19
Punts-Avg.    8-36.5    5-42.2
Punt returns    0-0    1-7
Kickoff returns    2-36    0-0
Fumbles-Lost    0-0    0-0
Penalties-Yards    8-62    2-20
3rd down conversions    4-13    5-12
4th down conversions    1-1    0-1
Red zone conversions    0-0    2-3
Time of Possession    27:37    32:23
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-UMass, Wilson 20-119, Wegzyn 6-40, Doyle 5-23, Woodley 1-2. Bowling Green, Tra.Greene 22-160, Givens 4-60, Hopgood 2-13, Coppet 4-10, Moore 1-3, Houston 2-1, Team 2-(minus 3), Johnson 6-(minus 12).
PASSING-UMass, Doyle 4-17-0¬¨‚Ȇ-20, Wegzyn 7-8-1-76. Bowling Green, Johnson 11-20-0-166, Schilz 2-2-0-50.
RECEIVING-UMass, Sharpe 3-38, Blanchflower 3-16, Beck 2-20, Wilson 1-9, Davis 1-7, Miller 1-6. Bowling Green, H.Jackson 4-33, Moore 3-91, Joplin 2-25, Beck 1-23, Bayer 1-20, Burbrink 1-13, Gallon 1-11.


OHIO STATE 40,
NORTHWESTERN 30
Ohio St.    10    3    7    20    -    40
Northwestern    7    13    3    7    -    30
OSU-FG Basil 27
NU-Colter 9 pass from Siemian (Budzien kick)
OSU-Roby 0 blocked punt return (Basil kick)
NU-Colter 2 run (Budzien kick)
OSU-FG Basil 20
NU-FG Budzien 23
NU-FG Budzien 29
NU-FG Budzien 32
OSU-Hyde 4 run (Basil kick)
OSU-Hyde 2 run (Basil kick)
NU-Dickerson 12 pass from Siemian (Budzien kick)
OSU-Hyde 7 run (Basil kick)
OSU-Bosa recovered fumble in end zone
A-47,330.

MICHIGAN 42,
MINNESOTA 13
Minnesota    7    0    3    3    -    13
Michigan    7    7    14    14    -    42
Mich-Toussaint 8 run (Gibbons kick)
Minn-M.Williams 7 pass from Mi.Leidner (Hawthorne kick)
Mich-Funchess 24 pass from Gardner (Gibbons kick)
Mich-Green 2 run (Gibbons kick)
Minn-FG Hawthorne 44
Mich-Toussaint 12 run (Gibbons kick)
Minn-FG Hawthorne 27
Mich-Gardner 2 run (Gibbons kick)
Mich-Countess 72 interception return (Gibbons kick)
A-111,079.

TOLEDO 47,
WESTERN MICHIGAN 20
W. Michigan    0    7    0    13    -    20
Toledo    13    10    24    0    -    47
Tol-Reedy 40 pass from Owens (Detmer kick)
Tol-Fluellen 7 run (pass failed)
Tol-FG Detmer 39
Tol-Fluellen 6 run (Detmer kick)
WMU-Boyden 16 pass from Van Tubbergen (Haldeman kick)
Tol-Fluellen 66 run (Detmer kick)
Tol-Voss 7 fumble return (Detmer kick)
Tol-FG Detmer 29
Tol-Fluellen 2 run (Detmer kick)
WMU-FG Haldeman 19
WMU-FG Haldeman 35
WMU-Chance 1 run (Haldeman kick)
A-17,621.



CENTRAL MICHIGAN 21,
MIAMI 9
Cent. Michigan    0    7    7    7    -    21
Miami (Ohio)    3    0    6    0    -    9
MiO-FG Patterson 40
CMU-Lavallii 16 run (Coluzzi kick)
MiO-Frazier 10 pass from A.Boucher (run failed)
CMU-Lavallii 3 run (Coluzzi kick)
CMU-Shoemaker-Gilmore 16 run (Coluzzi kick)
A-22,750.

BUFFALO 42,
EASTERN MICHIGAN 14
E. Michigan    0    7    0    7    -    14
Buffalo    14    14    14    0    -    42
Buff-Oliver 60 run (Clarke kick)
Buff-Oliver 2 run (Clarke kick)
Buff-Licata 1 run (Clarke kick)
EMU-J.Jones 15 pass from Benz (Mulder kick)
Buff-Campbell 96 kickoff return (Clarke kick)
Buff-Campbell 1 run (Clarke kick)
Buff-Neutz 27 pass from Licata (Clarke kick)
EMU-Brumfield 75 run (Mulder kick)
A-23,602.

OHIO 43, AKRON 3
Ohio    9    21    3    10    -    43
Akron    3    0    0    0    -    3er
Ohio-Safety
Akr-FG Stein 31
Ohio-Foster 13 pass from Tettleton (Yazdani kick)
Ohio-Mangen 1 pass from Tettleton (Yazdani kick)
Ohio-Boykin 1 run (Yazdani kick)
Ohio-Ingol 18 fumble return (Yazdani kick)
Ohio-FG Yazdani 35
Ohio-Patterson 1 run (Yazdani kick)
Ohio-FG Yazdani 28, 1:47
A-19,775.

NORTHERN ILLINOIS 38,
KENT STate 24
N. Illinois    7    14    7    10    -    38
Kent St.    7    10    7    0    -    24
NIU-Stingily 17 run (Sims kick)
Kent-Archer 100 kickoff return (Melchiori kick)
NIU-D.Brown 53 pass from Lynch (Sims kick)
Kent-Archer 66 pass from Reardon (Melchiori kick)
NIU-Stingily 1 run (Sims kick)
Kent-FG Melchiori 24
Kent-Goode 28 pass from Reardon (Melchiori kick)
NIU-Spencer 22 run (Sims kick)
NIU-Spencer 11 pass from Lynch (Sims kick)
NIU-FG Sims 31
A-18,773.

BALL STATE 48,
VIRGINIA 27
Ball St.    7    10    14    17    -    48
Virginia    10    7    7    3    -    27
UVa-FG Vozenilek 39
BSU-Edwards 3 run (Secor kick)
UVa-Parks 2 run (Vozenilek kick)
UVa-Watford 27 run (Vozenilek kick)
BSU-FG Secor 21
BSU-Snead 11 pass from Wenning (Secor kick),
BSU-Wenning 1 run (Secor kick)
UVa-Parks 2 run (Vozenilek kick)
BSU-Edwards 32 run (Secor kick)
BSU-FG Secor 45
UVa-FG Vozenilek 38
BSU-Jo.Williams 72 pass from Wenning (Secor kick)
BSU-Edwards 17 run (Secor kick)
A-38,228.

ap top 25
Saturday's Games
No. 1 Alabama 45, Georgia State 3
No. 2 Oregon 57, Colorado 16
No. 3 Clemson 49, Syracuse 14
No. 4 Ohio State 40, No. 16 Northwestern 30
No. 5 Stanford 31, No. 15 Washington 28
No. 6 Georgia 34, Tennessee 31, OT
No. 7 Louisville 30, Temple 7
No. 8 Florida State 63, No. 25 Maryland 0
No. 10 LSU 59, Mississippi State 26
No. 11 Oklahoma 20, TCU17
No. 13 South Carolina 35, Kentucky 28
No. 14 Miami 45, Georgia Tech 30
No. 17 Baylor 73, West Virginia 42
No. 18 Florida 30, Arkansas 10
No. 19 Michigan 42, Minnesota 13
No. 20 Texas Tech 54, Kansas 16
No. 21 Oklahoma St. 33, Kansas St. 29
Notre Dame 37, No. 22 Arizona State 34
No. 23 Fresno State 61, Idaho 14
Aubrun 30, No. 24 Mississippi 22

The AP Top 25 POLL
The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 5, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:
Record    Pts    Pv
1. Alabama (55)    5-0    1,495    1
2. Oregon (5)    5-0    1,424    2
3. Clemson    5-0    1,359    3
4. Ohio St.    6-0    1,305    4
5. Stanford    5-0    1,278    5
6. Florida St.    5-0    1,158    8
7. Georgia    4-1    1,138    6
8. Louisville    5-0    1,051    7
9. Texas A&M    4-1    1,003    9
10. LSU    5-1    993    10
11. UCLA    4-0    844    12
12. Oklahoma    5-0    819    11
13. Miami    5-0    780    14
14. South Carolina    4-1    764    13
15. Baylor    4-0    681    17
16. Washington    4-1    556    15
17. Florida    4-1    536    18
18. Michigan    5-0    514    19
19. Northwestern    4-1    418    16
20. Texas Tech    5-0    358    20
21. Fresno St.    5-0    258    23
22. Oklahoma St.    4-1    204    21
23. N. Illinois    5-0    138    NR
24. Virginia Tech    5-1    115    NR
25. Missouri    5-0    105    NR
Others receiving votes: Auburn 61, Notre Dame 50, Nebraska 35, Wisconsin 29, Michigan St. 16, UCF 7, Arizona St. 3, Mississippi 3, Rutgers 2.

USA Today Top 25 Poll
The USA Today Top 25 football coaches poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 5, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, and previous ranking:
Record    Pts    Pvs
1. Alabama (57)    5-0    1,544    1
2. Oregon (4)    5-0    1,486    2
3. Ohio State    6-0    1,379    3
4. Clemson (1)    5-0    1,356    4
5. Stanford    5-0    1,327    5
6. Florida State    5-0    1,188    8
7. Georgia    4-1    1,130    6
8. Louisville    5-0    1,105    7
9. Texas A&M    4-1    1,067    9
10. Oklahoma    5-0    964    10
11. LSU    5-1    953    11
12. South Carolina    4-1    833    12
13. UCLA    4-0    807    13
14. Miami (Fla.)    5-0    747    14
15. Baylor    4-0    698    16
16. Michigan    5-0    591    17
17. Florida    4-1    574    19
18. Northwestern    4-1    393    15
19. Washington    4-1    366    18
20. Oklahoma State    4-1    350    20
21. Texas Tech    5-0    336    22
22. Fresno State    5-0    325    21
23. Northern Illinois    5-0    169    23
24. Nebraska    4-1    125    25
25. Virginia Tech    5-1    97    NR
Others receiving votes: Missouri 86; Notre Dame 58; Wisconsin 29; Michigan State 16; Auburn 11; Central Florida 11; Oregon State 8; Rutgers 8; Arizona 4; Arizona State 4; Ball State 3; Brigham Young 2.
 

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