Team Stats

  • Total Yards

    • OHIO 339
    • 377 KENT
  • Turnovers

    • OHIO 2
    • 2 KENT
  • Possession

    OHIO KENT
    26:27 33:22
  • 1st Downs

    • OHIO 22
    • 15 KENT

Game Information

,
Coverage: ESPNU
Dix Stadium
  • Kent, OH 44242
  • Line: KENT -7.0
Attendance: 18,230
11/23/2012 Associated Press

No. 23 Kent St. downs Ohio, now 8-0 in MAC

C.J. Malauulu returned an interception 33 yards for a touchdown -- 12 seconds after another Kent State TD -- and the No. 23 Golden Flashes completed a perfect season in the Mid-American Conference by beating Ohio, 28-6.

Scoring Summary

ESPNU1234T
Ohio33006
Kent State2100728
first QuarterOHIOKENT
TD
13:02
Beau Blankenship rush, fumbled, forced by C.J. Malauulu, recovered by KntSt Luke Wollet at the 50 yard line, Luke Wollet for 50 yards, to the Ohio 0 for a TOUCHDOWN.
ohio drive: 6 plays 25 yards, 01:58 ohio fumb, 1:58
07
XP
13:02
Freddy Cortez extra point GOOD.
ohio drive: 6 plays 25 yards, 01:58 ohio fumb, 1:58
07
TD
6:11
Trayion Durham rush for 15 yards for a TOUCHDOWN.
kentst drive: 3 plays 60 yards, 01:13 kentst td, 1:13
013
XP
6:11
Freddy Cortez extra point GOOD.
kentst drive: 3 plays 60 yards, 01:13 kentst td, 1:13
014
TD
5:59
Tyler Tettleton pass intercepted by C.J. Malauulu at the Ohio 33, returned for 33 yards for a TOUCHDOWN.
ohio drive: 1 play 0 yards, 00:12 ohio int, 0:12
020
XP
5:59
Freddy Cortez extra point GOOD.
ohio drive: 1 play 0 yards, 00:12 ohio int, 0:12
021
FG
2:45
Matt Weller 33 yard field goal GOOD.
ohio drive: 9 plays 59 yards, 03:14 ohio fg, 3:14
321
second QuarterOHIOKENT
FG
0:15
Matt Weller 41 yard field goal GOOD.
ohio drive: 10 plays 47 yards, 01:30 ohio fg, 1:30
621
fourth QuarterOHIOKENT
TD
11:44
Spencer Keith pass complete to Eric Adeyemi for 24 yards for a TOUCHDOWN.
kentst drive: 6 plays 50 yards, 02:09 kentst td, 2:09
627
XP
11:44
Freddy Cortez extra point GOOD.
kentst drive: 6 plays 50 yards, 02:09 kentst td, 2:09
628

Research Notes

  • At halftime Ohio has committed 2 turnovers while Kent State has committed 1.Winning the turnover battle has been a big reason for Kent State's success this season.Entering this week Kent State ranked 1st in FBS in Opp TO (33) and TO margin (+20). But Ohio wasn't too shabby itself, ranking 1st in fewest TO (6) and t-6th in TO margin (+14).

  • Ohio allowed 21 points in the first quarter. That's the most points the Bobcats have allowed in the opening 15 minutes since the beginning of the 2004 season.

Conversation

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, photo & other personal information you make public on Facebook will appear with your comment, and may be used on ESPN's media platforms. Learn more.

NCAAF News

  • 'No immediate recovery' ruling seals Cal's upset of Longhorns

    Cal outlasted Texas in a high-scoring game that ended in controversy Saturday, when the Bears fumbled at the goal line but kept possession after officials ruled there was no immediate recovery.

  • Leonard Fournette is Saturday's ultimate performer

    LSU's Leonard Fournette records two touchdowns on 28 carries and 147 yards, with a massive stiff arm in the Tigers' 23-20 win over Mississippi State.

  • Jackson makes his case for the Heisman

    Lamar Jackson's dominant performance against Florida State put him at the forefront of the Heisman trophy race. Leonard Fournette, Christian McCaffrey and Greg Ward Jr. put up Heisman worthy performances of their own.

  • College Football Sights & Sounds Week 3

    Check out and listen to the top plays and sounds from Week 3 of the college football season, including Ohio State's Noah Brown making an unbelievable catch against Oklahoma and Tom Brady being honored at the Big House.

  • Capital One Impact Performance Week 3 nominees

    The Capital One Cup Impact Performance nominees for Week 3 include Michigan State, Louisville, San Diego State and North Dakota State.

  • Cal upsets Texas, not without controversy

    QB Davis Webb records 396 yards and four touchdowns in the Bears' victory, but RB Vic Enwere's dropped ball at the 1-yard line created a controversial end to California's 50-43 win over No. 11 Texas.