Kent State at Bowling Green 11/10/20 College Football Picks and Predictions
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Bowling Green Falcons (0-1) vs Kent State Golden Flashes (1-0)
Game Info: Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 7:30 pm (Doyt L. Perry Stadium)
Betting Odds: Bowling Green Falcons +20 -- Over/Under: 55.5 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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Kent State faces Bowling Green on Tuesday, November 10th at Doyt. L Perry Stadium for a Week 11 NCAA Football MAC contest.
Kent State defeated Eastern Michigan by the final score of 27-23 in its first game of the season in Week 10. Kent State opened the game with a 13-0 lead, scoring two touchdowns in a flash -- a golden flash if you will. Eastern Michigan was able to put up a fight, even taking the lead at 23-20 with 11:55 left in the fourth quarter. Kent State was able to rebound, find the go-ahead touchdown with 7:31 left, and hold to start the season 1-0. Kent State earned 431 total yards in the game, with about half coming through the air and the other on the ground. Kent State turned the ball over once in the game against EMU, as well as forcing two turnovers. Kent State's rushing defense was exceptional, only allowing 61 yards on the ground to Eastern Michigan. Now 1-0, Kent State will look to earn a road win over a feasible opponent in Bowling Green.
Bowling Green was taken down by Toledo by the final score of 38-3 in its first game of the season. Toledo came to play, as it was 21-0 in the first quarter with still 3:21 to play. Toledo did not give an inch to Bowling Green the entire game, only conceding 267 total yards. Bowling Green turned the ball over three times in the 35-point loss, something the team will have to work on in a big way. Bowling Green's defense was torched in its first game, allowing 524 total yards to Toledo. Bowling Green will try and bounce back from such an ugly loss, but that will not be an easy task against this Kent State team.
Kent State will win this game, the only question is by how many points? I think Bowling Green puts up a bigger fight than it did against Toledo, but Kent State should be able to score 40 points easily here. I will take a lean on the over here.