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Fred Coppet rushed for 160 yards and two touchdowns, including a 52-yarder, and Bowling Green survived a wild finish to beat Buffalo 27-19 in both teams' season finale on Friday.
Donovan Wilson, Josh Cleveland and Fred Coppet each had least 100 yards rushing and combined for four touchdowns to help Bowling Green run past Kent State for a 42-7 win on Tuesday night.
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Zay Jones' 12 receptions today give him 139 this season and leave him 16 from tying the FBS mark for one season, set by Freddie Barnes of Bowling Green in 2009. Jones and East Carolina cannot play in a bowl and have one game remaining this season (at Temple on Nov. 26). Jones is fifth on the FBS single-season receptions list.
Donovan Wilson ran for 119 yards and a touchdown and Fred Coppet had 116 and two scores to help Bowling Green turn back Akron 38-28 on Wednesday night.
Joel Bouagnon set a career-high with five rushing touchdowns and Northern Illinois beat Bowling Green 45-20 on Tuesday night in a rematch of the last three Mid-American Conference championship ga
How bad was October for Tennessee? Three straight losses, which means the Vols start November in the Bottom 10's coveted fifth spot.
Houston started the season with playoff hopes, but that was before the Cougars lost to SMU.
Gus Ragland threw for three touchdowns and Miami (Ohio) beat Bowling Green 40-26 on Saturday.
The Irish didn't show much fight in losing to Stanford. Their reward? A return to the coveted fifth spot in this week's rankings.
A month ago Auburn's Gus Malzahn and Texas' Charlie Strong both faced an uphill climb. Since then, Malzahn has energized the Tigers while Strong is still searching for answers after another loss.
Kareem Hunt scored from the 3 with 18 seconds left to play as Toledo snapped a late tie and rallied past Bowling Green 42-35 in a Mid-American Conference showdown on Saturday.
Greg Windham passed for one touchdown and ran for another and Ohio turned four Bowling Green turnovers into 17 points in a 30-24 win on Saturday.
Texas gave up 49 points to Oklahoma State, had three extra points blocked in the first half and put Charlie Strong on the hot seat. So the Bottom 10 awarded the Horns its coveted fifth spot.