2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
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31dJohn Wilmhoff

Watch Live: MAC Football Media Day in Detroit

The Mid-American Conference's head coaches and select players are at MAC media day on Thursday to kick off the 2016 season at Ford Field.

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46dAdam Rittenberg

CFB schedules: Good, bad and say what?!?

From crazy road trips to pillow-soft starts to the season to games that leave you wondering how they ever got scheduled in the first place, a look through the 2016 schedule is eye-opening.

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72dStaff

MAC's 12 most important players in 2016

Bowling Green took home last season's MAC title, but Western Michigan brings back receiver Corey Davis and a high-powered offense. Who are the other players to watch in the conference?

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MAC confidential: Opposing coaches dish on league

How do MAC coaches think 2016 will go? Opposing coaches dish on why Ohio will be good (again), Kareem Hunt should hit 1,000 yards (again) and Western Michigan will throw it a lot (again).

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Matt Johnson deserves more draft love

Too short, easy system, low arm slot. At first read, there aren't a lot of things to like about Johnson -- until the ball is snapped and he actually plays football. Most underrated NFL draft prospects (Insider)

Watch: Bowling Green signing day coverage

Tune in for comprehensive coverage all day long as the next class of Bowling Green stars sign the dotted line to play for the Falcons. Live on ESPN3

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Georgia Southern wins first bowl game

The Eagles rushed for 452 yards and seven TDs to roll past Bowling Green for a 58-27 win. Favian Upshaw led the way with 199 yards and four scores.

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Georgia Southern upends Bowling Green in GoDaddy Bowl (1:23)
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Georgia Southern races by Bowling Green (1:01)
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Matt Dobson wins special teams player of the game (0:45)
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Wesley Fields wins most valuable offensive player award (0:36)
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Nardo Govan wins most valuable defensive player award (0:34)
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Favian Upshaw wins MVP (0:44)
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Georgia Southern accepts the GoDaddy Bowl trophy (1:00)

Georgia Southern 58, Bowling Green 27

The Eagles scored 35 unanswered points to run away in the GoDaddy Bowl. Favian Upshaw rushed for 199 yards and four TDs. Box score

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Favian Upshaw: 'I just wanted to go out here and play hard' (0:29)
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Favian Upshaw rushes for 4th touchdown

Georgia Southern has turned a 20-9 deficit into a 58-27 advantage in the GoDaddy Bowl, thanks in large part to Favian Upshaw's four scores, his most recent of which came on a 42-yard scamper.

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Eagles turning GoDaddy Bowl into rout

The first-ever bowl game for Georgia Southern is going well at the moment as it turned another Bowling Green fumble into a TD. Favian Upshaw has 132 rushing yards and three TDs.

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Georgia Southern finds end zone again

James Dean landed a huge block that allowed Matt Breida to stroll into the end zone to capitalize on a Bowling Green fumble. The Eagles have scored 21 straight in the third quarter.

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Upshaw flashes speed on 80-yard TD

Not every team's QB can leave the defense in his wake on a long run, but that's just what Georgia Southern's Favian Upshaw did to increase the Eagles' advantage.

Team Stats

Passing Yards376.13rd
Rushing Yards184.950th
Points For43.45th
Points Against26.762nd