Bowling Green Falcons (1-7) at Kent State Golden Flashes (2-6)
College Football: Tuesday, October 31, 2017 at 8:00 pm (Dix Stadium)
The Line: Kent State Golden Flashes 0 -- Over/Under: Click to Get Latest Betting Odds
Week ten college football finds the Bowling Green Falcons visiting the Kent State Golden Flashes.
The Bowling Green Falcons visit MAC rival the Kent State Golden Flashes on Saturday. Bowling Green fell to 1-7 on the season following a 48-17 defeat to the Northern Illinois Huskies as a two touchdown home dog. The Falcons struggled to get defensive stops with 577 yards given up while totaling 367 yards with five turnovers including a lost fumble ending up in their end zone.
Andrew Clair was Bowling Green’s biggest threat with 108 rushing yards on 15 carries but the offense needed a big performance in the air given the score. BGSU quarterback James Morgan completed 7-12 for 71 yards and a touchdown including a pair of interceptions while Grant Loy came on in relief and hit 6-11 for 104 yards and a pick. Datrin Guyton and Scott Miller were the Falcons top receivers with a combined five catches for 100 yards.
The Kent State Golden Flashes are looking to get in the win column for the third time this year when the Bowling Green Falcons come to town in week ten. Kent State fell to MAC foe the Ohio Bobcats 48-3 on Saturday where the Bobcats rode a 35-0 second half run to an easy victory. The Golden Flashes were outgained 474-166 which magnified a pair a pair of turnovers and nine penalties.
Quarterback George Bollas gave Kent State a few yards through the air with a 6-14 effort for 61 yards with Will Matthews catching a single pass for 36 yards. Justin Rankin was the Golden Flashes rushing attack with 47 yards on seven carries. The bottom line for Kent State was the team punted ten times and didn’t slow down the Bobcats offense.
Under is 5-0 in Bowling Green last 5 games after scoring less than 20 points in their previous game and under is 6-0 in Bowling Green last 6 Tuesday games and over is 5-0 in Bowling Green last 5 games in October. Under is 4-0 in Kent State last 4 games following a straight up loss and under is 5-1 in Kent State last 6 games overall and under is 5-1 in Kent State last 6 games on fieldturf. Road team is 4-1 ATS in their last 5 meetings and underdog is 9-4 ATS in their last 13 meetings.
I really think finding an advantage in this matchup is simply trying to talk yourself in to picking a side because I can make an argument for either side and I’ll dig deeper but for now…