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Monday, 14 October 2013 09:26
MID-AMERICAN
CONFERENCE
EAST DIVISION
Team (Overall)    W    L
BOWLING GREEN (5-2)    3    0
Buffalo (4-2)    2    0
Ohio (4-2)    1    1
UMass (1-5)    1    1
Kent State (2-5)    1    3
Miami (0-6)    0    2
Akron (1-6)    0    3
WEST DIVISION
Team (Overall)    W    L
Ball State (5-1)    3    0
Northern Illinois (6-0)    2    0
Central Michigan (3-4)    2    1
Toledo (3-3)    2    1
Eastern Michigan (1-5)    0    2
Western Michigan (0-7)    0    3    
Saturday's Games
Mississippi State 21, BOWLING GREEN 20
Buffalo 33, at Western Michigan 0
Central Michigan 26, Ohio 23
Ball State 27, Kent State 24
UMass 17, Miami 10
Northern Illinois 27, Akron 20
Army 50, Eastern Michigan 25
(Toledo was idle)
Oct. 19
Navy at Toledo, noon
Akron at Miami
UMass at Buffalo
Northern Illinois at Central Michigan
Ball State at Western Michigan
Ohio at Eastern Michigan
Kent State at South Alabama
(Bowling Green is idle)

BIG TEN CONFERENCE
Legends
Team (Overall)    W    L
Michigan State (5-1)    2    0
Nebraska (5-1)    2    0
Iowa (4-2)    1    1
Michigan (5-1)    1    1
Minnesota (4-2)    0    2
Northwestern (4-2)    0    2
Leaders
Team (Overall)    W    L
Ohio State (6-0)    2    0
Wisconsin (4-2)    2    1
Indiana (3-3)    1    1
Penn State (4-2)    1    1
Illinois (3-2)    0    1
Purdue (1-5)    0    2
Saturday's Games
Penn State 43, Michigan 40, 4 OT
Nebraska 44, Purdue 7
Wisconsin 35, Northwestern 6
Michigan State 42, Indiana 28
(Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, Ohio State are idle)
Oct. 19
Iowa at Ohio State, 3:30 p.m.
Indiana at Michigan, 3:30 p.m.
Purdue at Michigan State
Minnesota at Northwestern
Wisconsin at Illinois
(Nebraska and Penn State are idle)

MISSISSIPPI STATE 21,
BOWLING GREEN 20
Bowling Green    3    10    7    0    -    20
Mississippi St.    14    7    0    0    -    21
First Quarter
MSSt-Perkins 1 run (Bell kick), 9:58. (Drive: 9 plays, 75 yards, 5:02).
BG-FG Tate 35, 5:36. (Drive: 4 plays, minus-4 yards, 1:50)
MSSt-Prescott 75 run (Bell kick), 5:24. (Drive: 1 play, 75, yards, 0:12)
Second Quarter
BG-Givens 7 run (Tate kick), 4:15. (Drive: 6 plays, 96 yards, 2:31).
MSSt-Prescott 10 run (Bell kick), 1:04. (Drive: 10 pays, 75 yards, 3:11)
BG-FG Tate 45, :00. (Drive: 6 plays, 48 yards, 1:04)
Third Quarter
BG-Johnson 2 run (Tate kick), 3:57. (Drive: 7 plays, 76 yards, 3:15)
A-55,148.
TEAM STATISTICS
BG    MSSt
First downs    21    23
By rushing    7    13
By passing    11    9
By penalty    3    1
Rushes-yards    29-160    41-245
Passing    224    177
Comp-Att-Int    20-34-0    19-25-1
Avg. gain per play    6.1    6.4
Sacks-yards lost    1-1    2-13
Punts-Avg.    2-48.5    2-41.0
Punt returns    0-0    1-1
Kickoff returns    2-31    2-46
Fumbles-Lost    1-1    0-0
Penalties-Yards    4-30    9-71
3rd-down conversions    4-11    4-11
4th-down conversions    0-2    1-3
Red-zone conversions    3-3    2-3
Time of Possession    27:46    32:14
INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
RUSHING-Bowling Green, Tra.Greene 15-99, Johnson 6-29, Givens 4-24, Hopgood 3-10, Team 1-(minus 2). Mississippi St., Prescott 15-139, Perkins 16-83, Lewis 5-15, J.Robinson 2-5, Russell 3-3.
PASSING-Bowling Green, Johnson 20-34-0-224. Mississippi St., Russell 12-14-0-102, Prescott 7-11-1-75.
RECEIVING-Bowling Green, Cohen 5-51, Burbrink 4-66, Joplin 4-40, Beck 2-33, Tra.Greene 2-(minus 1), Moore 1-15, Bayer 1-5, Hopgood 1-2, Flewellyn 0-13. Mississippi St., Morrow 4-57, Lewis 4-34, Perkins 4-21, R.Johnson 2-16, Ross 1-17, J.Robinson 1-16, Wilson 1-6, Holloway 1-5, M.Johnson 1-5.

CENTRAL MICHIGAN 26,
OHIO 23
Cent. Michigan    7    3    3    13    -    26
Ohio    3    0    7    13    -    23
Ohio-FG Yazdani 45
CMU-Con.Odykirk 17 pass from Rush (Coluzzi kick)
CMU-FG Coluzzi 27
CMU-FG Coluzzi 36
Ohio-Hill 5 pass from Tettleton (Yazdani kick)
Ohio-Cochran 69 pass from Tettleton (Yazdani kick)
CMU-Lavallii 7 pass from Rush (kick blocked)
Ohio-Boykin 1 run (pass failed)
CMU-Williams 5 pass from Rush (Coluzzi kick)
A-0.

ARMY 50, E. MICHIGAN 25
E. Michigan    15    3    0    7    -    25
Army    15    7    21    7    -    50
EMU-Hill 17 pass from Benz (Gardner pass from Iannotti)
Army-T.Baggett 4 run (Grochowski kick)
EMU-Hill 12 run (Mulder kick)
Army-T.Baggett 67 run (Santiago run)
Army-Turrentine 1 run (Grochowski kick)
EMU-FG Mulder 31
Army-T.Baggett 34 run (Grochowski kick)
Army-T.Baggett 96 run (Grochowski kick)
Army-Dixon 30 run (Grochowski kick)
EMU-Creel 28 pass from Benz (Mulder kick)
Army-Giachinta 4 run (Brewer kick)
A-36,006

BUFFALO 33,
WESTERN MICHIGAN 0
Buffalo    6    0    17    10    -    33
W. Michigan    0    0    0    0    -    0
Buff-Campbell 1 run (kick blocked)
Buff-FG Clarke 51
Buff-Schreck 2 pass from Licata (Clarke kick)
Buff-Lee 28 pass from Licata (Clarke kick)
Buff-Neutz 2 pass from Licata (Clarke kick)
Buff-FG Clarke 36
A-14,722

BALL STATE 27,
KENT STATE 24
Kent St.    7    0    7    10    -    24
Ball St.    0    7    13    7    -    27
Kent-Meray 10 run (Melchiori kick)
BSU-Snead 39 pass from Wenning (Secor kick)
BSU-Jo.Williams 2 pass from Wenning (Secor kick)
Kent-Archer 14 pass from Reardon (B.Miller kick)
BSU-Ja.Smith 25 pass from Wenning (kick failed)
Kent-Humphrey 28 pass from Reardon (B.Miller kick)
Kent-FG B.Miller 21
BSU-Snead 7 pass from Wenning (Secor kick)
A-16,861

N. ILLINOIS 27, AKRON 20
Akron    14    0    0    6    -    20
N. Illinois    17    0    7    3    -    27
Akr-Chisholm 1 run (Stein kick)
NIU-Lynch 18 run (Wedel kick)
NIU-FG Wedel 42
NIU-Maxwell 25 pass from Lynch (Wedel kick)
Akr-Chisholm 1 run (Stein kick)
NIU-Stingily 9 run (Wedel kick)
NIU-FG Wedel 21
Akr-Goodman 11 pass from Pohl (kick blocked)
A-23,595

UMASS 17, MIAMI 10
Miami    0    7    3    0    -    10
UMass    7    0    7    3    -    17
Mass-Long 22 pass from Doyle (Lucas kick)
MiO-Marck 13 pass from A.Boucher (Patterson kick)
MiO-FG Patterson 45
Mass-Blanchflower 47 pass from Doyle (Lucas kick)
Mass-FG Lucas 25
A-21,707

PENN ST. 43,
MICHIGAN 40, 4OT
Michigan
10       0    17    7    0    3    0    3    -40
Penn St.    
7       14    3    10    0    3    0    6    -43
PSU-Felder 12 pass from Hackenberg (Ficken kick)
Mich-Funchess 59 pass from Gardner (Gibbons kick)
Mich-FG Gibbons 47
PSU-James 20 pass from Hackenberg (Ficken kick)
PSU-Felder 24 pass from Hackenberg (Ficken kick)
Mich-F.Clark 24 fumble return (Gibbons kick)
Mich-FG Gibbons 23
PSU-FG Ficken 45
Mich-Gallon 16 pass from Gardner (Gibbons kick)
Mich-Funchess 37 pass from Gardner (Gibbons kick)
PSU-FG Ficken 43
PSU-Hackenberg 1 run (Ficken kick)
Mich-FG Gibbons 25
PSU-FG Ficken 36
Mich-FG Gibbons 40
PSU-Belton 2 run
A-107,884

The AP Top 25 SCORES
Saturday's Games
No. 1 Alabama 48, Kentucky 7
No. 2 Oregon 45, No. 16 Washington 24
No. 3 Clemson 24, Boston College14
Utah 27, No. 5 Stanford (5-1) 21
No. 9 Texas A&M 41, Mississippi 38
No. 10 LSU 17, No. 17 Florida 6
No. 11 UCLA 37, California 10
Texas 36, No. 12 Oklahoma20
No. 14 South Carolina 52, Arkansas 7
No. 15 Baylor 35, Kansas State 25
Penn State 43, No. 18 Michigan 40, 4OT
Wisconsin 35, No. 19 Northwestern 6
No. 20 Texas Tech 42, Iowa State 35
No. 23 Northern Illinois 27, Akron 20
No. 24 Virginia Tech 19, Pittsburgh 9
No. 25 Missouri 41, No. 7 Georgia 26

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. 12, 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)    6-0    1,495    1
2. Oregon (5)    6-0    1,438    2
3. Clemson    6-0    1,352    3
4. Ohio St.    6-0    1,330    4
5. Florida St.    5-0    1,242    6
6. LSU    6-1    1,137    10
7. Texas A&M    5-1    1,105    9
8. Louisville    6-0    1,077    8
9. UCLA    5-0    1,017    11
10. Miami    5-0    912    13
11. South Carolina    5-1    896    14
12. Baylor    5-0    849    15
13. Stanford    5-1    824    5
14. Missouri    6-0    749    25
15. Georgia    4-2    615    7
16. Texas Tech    6-0    590    20
17. Fresno St.    5-0    383    21
18. Oklahoma    5-1    380    12
19. Virginia Tech    6-1    352    24
20. Washington    4-2    309    16
21. Oklahoma St.    4-1    264    22
22. Florida    4-2    249    17
23. N. Illinois    6-0    185    23
24. Auburn    5-1    156    NR
25. Wisconsin    4-2    153    NR
Others receiving votes: Michigan 118, Nebraska 94, Michigan St. 69, Utah 47, Notre Dame 39, Oregon St. 21, UCF 19, Texas 16, Arizona St. 7, Northwestern 7, Houston 3, Rutgers 1.

USA Today Top 25 Poll
The USA Today Top 25 football coaches poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 12, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, and previous ranking:
Record    Pts    Pvs
1. Alabama (58)    6-0    1,545    1
2. Oregon (3)    6-0    1,485    2
3. Ohio State    6-0    1,406    3
4. Clemson (1)    6-0    1,365    4
5. Florida State    5-0    1,293    6
6. Louisville    6-0    1,166    8
7. Texas A&M    5-1    1,156    9
8. LSU    6-1    1,098    11
9. South Carolina    5-1    1,024    12
10. UCLA    5-0    999    13
11. Miami (Fla.)    5-0    905    14
12. Baylor    5-0    890    15
13. Stanford    5-1    857    5
14. Missouri    6-0    617    NR
15. Texas Tech    6-0    587    21
16. Georgia    4-2    546    7
17. Oklahoma State    4-1    493    20
18. Oklahoma    5-1    482    10
19. Fresno State    5-0    419    22
20. Virginia Tech    6-1    297    25
21. Nebraska    5-1    278    24
22. Florida    4-2    240    17
23. Northern Illinois    6-0    224    23
24. Michigan    5-1    178    16
25. Washington    4-2    137    19
Others receiving votes: Wisconsin 124; Michigan State 83; Auburn 67; Notre Dame 60; Oregon State 23; Texas 23; Central Florida 22; Northwestern 19; Utah 18; Arizona State 13; Houston 6; Boise State 3; Mississippi 2.
 

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