By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Miami (Ohio) RedHawks blew out the Bowling Green Falcons on Wednesday night. The RedHawks won 44-3 over the Falcons at Yager Stadium in Oxford, Ohio.
The RedHawks have now won four straight games. However, during the four-game win streak, this was the first blowout win.
With this win, the RedHawks are the best team in conference in the Mid-American East Division. Miami (Ohio) has a 5-1 conference mark with their 6-4 overall record.
The loss dropped the Falcons to 2-4 in conference play. The team is now 3-7 overall.
The only team worse than the Falcons in the Mid-American East Division is the Akron Zips, who are 0-6 in conference play and 0-10 overall.
RedHawks quarterback Brett Gabbert went 9 of 15 for 225 yards. He also threw three touchdown passes and one interception.
Jaylon Bester had nine carries for 85 yards and two touchdowns. Davion Johnson had five carries for 33 yards, while Tyre Shelton had five receptions for 31 yards.
Jalen Walker had a 60-yard touchdown reception. James Maye also had a 47-yard reception, while Jack Sorenson had two receptions for 43 yards. Andrew Homer had had a 35-yard touchdown reception.
Quentin Hardy had a five-yard touchdown reception.
Falcons quarterback Grant Loy went 11 of 27 for 90 yards. He also threw three interceptions.
Bryson Denley had 14 carries for 105 carries. Trevon Reymore also had 16 carries for 50 carries.
Denley also had three receptions for 33 yards. Christian Sims had two receptions for 32 yards.
Miami (Ohio) scored seven points in the second half. Gabbert hit Hardy for a five-yard touchdown reception.
The RedHawks scored 37 points in the first half. Bester scored on a 59-yard rushing touchdown. Gabbert hit Walker for a 60-yard touchdown reception.
Bester also scored on a one-yard rushing touchdown. Gabbert hit Homer for a 35-yard touchdown reception.
Mike Brown scored on a 79-yard interception returned for a touchdown. Sam Sloman made a 27-yard field goal.
Bowling Green scored three points in the first half. Nate Needham made a 26-yard field goal.
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