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Simulation: Falcons defeats Bulls

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Editor’s Note: This is a simulation and it does not mean that this would represent the actual score in the contest, or that these players, who are in this simulation, would play in the actual game.

According to our simulation, the Bowling Green Falcons will defeat the Buffalo Bulls on Tuesday night at the UB Stadium. The Falcons will win, according to the simulation, 26-21.

The simulation suggests the Falcons will improve to 3-7 on the season. The Bulls would fall to 3-7, as well.

Jake Suder (Getty Images)

Jake Suder (Getty Images)

Falcons quarterback James Morgan went 8 of 20 for 62 yards. He also had a touchdown pass and two interceptions.

Jarret Doege also went 9 of 11 for 96 yards.

Morgan hit Theo Redding for a 17-yard touchdown reception.

Andrew Clair had 77 rushing yards on 11 carries. Josh Cleveland added 68 yards and Terence Stephens Jr. scored on a 57-yard run.

Scott Miller led the team with 47 receiving yards. Datrin Guyton also had 42 receiving yards.

Falcons kicker Jake Suder also made four field goals.

Bulls quarterback Tyree Jackson went 18 of 28 for 251 yards. He also had two touchdown passes and an interception.

Both touchdowns went to Jacob Martinez. The first touchdown was for 37-yards and the second was for a yard.

Emmanuel Reed had 1 carries for 76 yards. He also scored on a seven-yard run.

Kamathi Holsey had five receptions for 73 yards. Martinez had three receptions for 57 yards and the two touchdowns.

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