ATHENS, Ohio -- Tyler Sheehan threw 2 touchdown passes and caught another one as Bowling Green cruised to a 28-3 win over Ohio on Saturday.
Sheehan caught a 22-yarder from backup quarterback Andrew Beam in the second quarter to put the Falcons (5-5, 3-3 Mid-American) up 14-0.
Ohio (2-8, 1-5) opened the second half with a 10-play, 68-yard drive that included a 41-yard pass to LaVon Brazill and resulted in a field goal.
But Beam scored on a two-yard quarterback keeper on Bowling Green's next series, and linebacker John Haneline's interception a few plays later set up another Falcon touchdown -- a four-yard pass from Sheehan to Marques Parks -- that made it 28-3.
The Bobcats twice drove to within Bowling Green's 25, but couldn't score again.
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