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Simulation: Ohio defeats UAB

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

According to our simulation, the Ohio Bobcats will defeat the UAB Blazers in the Bahamas Bowl at Thomas Robinson Stadium in the Nassau, Bahamas. The Bobcats won, according to our simulation, 13-7.

Our simulation suggests the Bobcats will end their season with a 9-4 record. The Blazers, who returned to college football this season, would end their campaign with an 8-5 record.

Ohio Bobcats running back A.J. Ouellette rushing the ball against the Massachusetts Minutemen in September 2017 (Getty Images)

Ohio Bobcats running back A.J. Ouellette rushing the ball against the Massachusetts Minutemen in September 2017 (Getty Images)

Bobcats quarterback Nathan Rourke went 12 of 22 for 115 passing yards. He also had two interceptions.

A.J. Ouellette had 21 carries for 62 yards. Rourke had 15 carries for 58 yards. Dorian Brown had seven carries for 47 yards. Julian Ross also had two carries for one yard and a touchdown.

Jerrid Marhefka had four receptions for 35 yards. Andrew Meyer also had a 28 yard reception. Cameron Odom had a 16 yard reception.

Bobcats kicker Louie Zervos made two field goals.

Blazers quarterback A.J. Erdely went 11 of 22 for 118 passing yards. He also had three interceptions.

Spencer Brown had 21 carries for 83 yards. James Nobile had five carries for 24 yards. Erdely had eight carries for nine yards and a touchdown.

Collin Lisa had three receptions for 59 yards. Lucious Stanley and Xavier Ubosi had a 15 yard reception each. Sederian Copeland also had a nine yard reception.

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