Matt Johnson Throws a 92-yard Bomb Against Kent State, Falcons Beating Up Kent State

Bowling Green and Kent State marks the first conference game of the 2013 season for the MAC, and boy is it a good one.

True to MACtion form these two teams have been locked in an offensive slugfest, despite Kent St. superhero Dri Archer sitting out the game. Blows have been traded back and forth all game, and both teams have put up MACtion like offensive numbers. Yes, even Bowling Green is having a good offensive day. Don't believe me? Check out this 92-yard bomb BGSU quarterback Matt Johnson threw in the third quarter to increase the Falcons lead to 34-22

Combined these two teams have already put up more than 700 yards in the first three quarters. Bowling Green has actually been responsible for the majority of it. Johnson has looked phenomenal, and running back Travis Greene has nearly out gained the Kent State rushing attack single-handily. Bowling Green keeps piling on the points too. Just over two minutes into the fourth quarter William Houston rumbled in for his fourth 1-yard TD in two games.

The game was relatively close in the first half, as the Falcons' defense struggled to slow down Kent State quarterback Colin Reardon. But since the start of the third quarter the Falcons have locked down the Golden Flashes, while Johnson has led an all-out offensive-assault.

Bowling Green is making a strong case for being the best team in the MAC.

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