2014 MAC Roundup – Week 13

    Nov. 19 at Toledo 27, Bowling Green 20 And You Care Because … Dwight Macon ran for a seven-yard score to finally break a 20-20 tie, and the Toledo defense

    November 24, 2014

    Nov. 19 at Toledo 27, Bowling Green 20 
    And You Care Because … Dwight Macon ran for a seven-yard score to finally break a 20-20 tie, and the Toledo defense held on for the win. In a back-and-forth game, Kareem Hunt started off the scoring for the Rockets with a two-yard run, and took off for a 91-yard touchdown, but Bowling Green kept pace helped by Ronnie Moore touchdown catches from ten and 31 yards out. The last Falcon drive stalled on a sack from Junior Sylvestre. 
    What Else? Toledo RB Kareem Hunt ran 30 times for 265 yards and two scores 
    – Bowling Green QBs combined to completed 12-of-37 passes for 167 yards and a score 
    – Time of possession: Toledo 34:21 – Bowling Green 25:39 
    – Turnovers: Toledo 3 – Bowling Green 0 
    Game Rating: 

    Nov. 22 Western Michigan 32, at Central Michigan 20 
    And You Care Because … Central Michigan got up early on two Cooper Rush touchdown passes, but Western Michigan roared back with two Zach Terrell touchdown passes and a two-yard Jarvion Franklin dash as part of a 25-3 scoring run. CMU pulled back within five late on a 37-yard Brian Eavey field goal, but WMU put it away on a seven-yard Corey Davis touchdown catch – his second scoring grab of the game – with just under six minutes to play. 
    What Else? Western Michigan WR Daniel Braverman caught five passes for 117 yards, and Corey Davis caught nine passes for 104 yards and two scores 
    – Central Michigan QB Cooper Rush completed 24-of-44 passes for 248 yards and two scores with three picks
    – Western Michigan RB Jarvion Franklin ran 18 times for 77 yards and a touchdown 
    – Turnovers; Central Michigan 4 – Western Michigan 3 
    Game Rating: 

    Nov. 18 Northern Illinois 21, at Ohio 14 
    And You Care Because … It was a fight for the Huskies, but they came through with an 18-yard Chad Beebe touchdown catch with six minutes to play to take the lead, and then the defense held on. Drew Hare threw two scoring passes for NIU, and Cameron Stingily ran for a two-yard touchdown, but Ohio was able to keep pace until late on a two A.J. Ouelette touchdowns. The Bobcats had one last chance, but stalled. 
    What Else? NIU QB Drew Hare completed 15-of-23 passes for 178 yards and two scores, and ran 12 times for a game-high 67 yards 
    – Ohio RB A.J. Ouellette ran 25 times for 127 yards and a score, and caught four passes for nine yards and a touchdown 
    – Time of possession: Ohio 33:28 – NIU 26:32 
    – Total yards: Ohio 344 – NIU 325 
    Game Rating: B- 

    Nov. 22 at Ball State 45, Eastern Michigan 30 
    And You Care Because … Ball State got up 35-3 with Jack Miles throwing two touchdown passes and running for a three-yard score, and Jahwan Edwards running for a 29-yard touchdown. Tyreese Russell added a ten-yard touchdown catch – along with a brilliant one-handed grab – but that was one of the few highlights with three turnovers and too many key misfires. Just when the Eagles came up with a few good drives to make it somewhat interesting, Ball State took control again in the fourth on a 32-yard Scott Secor field goal and a five-yard Dylan Curry catch. Reginald Ball threw two late touchdown passes for the Eagles. 
    What Else? Ball State RB Jahwan Edwards ran 19 times for 131 yards and a score 
    – Eastern Michigan QB Reginald Ball completed 36-of-49 passes for 409 yards and three touchdowns, and ran 18 times for 101 yards 
    – Eastern Michigan WR Dustin Creel caught 14 passes for 152 yards 
    – Total yards: Eastern Michigan 503 – Ball State 440 
    Game Rating: C

    Nov. 18 at Akron 30, Massachusetts 6 
    And You Care Because … Akron got up 20-0 at halftime with two Kyle Pohl touchdown passes and two Robert Stein field goals before UMass got on the board with a one-yard Jean Sifrin touchdown catch. That was it for the Minutemen offense without starting QB Blake Frohnapfel – Akron scored the last ten points starting with a 12-yard Conor Hundley run and finishing with Stein’s third field goal. 
    What Else? Akron QB Kyle Pohl completed 26-of-39 passes for 277 yards and two scores 
    – UMass QB Austin Whipple completed 12-of-20 passes for 157 yards and a touchdown with three picks 
    – Akron WR Zach D’Orazio caught ten passes for 121 yards 
    – Time of possession: Akron 34:16 – UMass 24:38 
    Game Rating: D+


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