By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Ohio Bobcats ended their season with a shutout. They defeated the San Diego State Aztecs in the DXL Frisco Bowl in the Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.
The Bobcats ended their season with a 9-4 record. Ohio improved to 4-8 in Bowl games, including back-to-back Bowl wins.
This was the first-time that the Bobcats shutout a team in their Bowl game.
The Aztecs fell to 8-9 in Bowl games. San Diego State has now lost back-to-back Bowl games.
This is their second-time that they were shut out in a Bowl game. In their first-ever Bowl game, they were shutout 53-0 against Hardin-Simmons Cowboys in the Harbor Bowl on January 1st, 1948.
Bobcats quarterback Nathan Rourke went 10 of 22 for 206 yards. He also had one touchdown and one interception.
A.J. Ouellette had 29 carries for 164 yards. Rourke also had nine carries for 44 yards.
Papi White had four receptions for 90 yards. Andrew Meyer had two receptions for 60 yards and a touchdown. Ouellette also had two receptions for 33 yards.
Aztecs quarterback Ryan Agnew went 11 of 24 for 126 yards. He also had an interception.
Juwan Washington had 19 carries for 129 yards.
Isaiah Richardson had three receptions for 58 yards. Kobe Smith had two receptions for 25 yards.
Ohio scored 10 points in the second half. Rourke hit Meyer for a 35-yard touchdown reception. Louie Zervos also made a 26-yard field goal.
The Bobcats led 17-0 at halftime. Rourke scored on a nine-yard rushing touchdown. Rourke also scored on an 11-yard rushing touchdown.
Zervos also made a 30-yard field goal.
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