Frank Solich is 1-4 all-time against Central Michigan, and despite Ohio looking like the far superior team heading into today's game, it looks like he could very well be 1-5 by the end of it.
The Chippewas are having their way with an Ohio d-line that ravaged Akron a week ago. Through two quarters Saylor Lavallii has 131 yards on 15 carries, and quarterback Cooper Rush has played smart (so far) and is 5-of-8 with 51 yards, a touchdown and a pick.
Ohio's biggest problem, other than Lavallii averaging 10 yards-per-carry on its defense, has been turnovers. The 'Cats have handed CMU the ball three times. Tyler Tettleton has thrown two picks on the day, giving him five on the year (he had four in all of 2012). Ohio also fumbled the ball on a key drive, when the receiver dropped the ball after getting popped.
The Chips' defense hasn't been spectacular, as Ohio's moved the ball fairly well—the Bobcats have 14 first downs at halftime—but it's forcing the 'Cats to make mistakes, which is killing all of their offensive momentum.