Hoping for a good game? Hope harder. It'll take a huge comeback by the RedHawks, and with that Golden Flashes defense, I don't see it happening.
Kent State has already totaled 301 yards on the ground, over 100 each by Dri Archer and Trayion Durham. Both running backs also have two rushing touchdowns. Spencer Keith even scrambled in from 28 yards out, if that explains what is going on here.
Kent State's only uncharacteristic mark is two interceptions by Keith, and he's usually good at managing the game better. Zac Dysert is making some good passes downfield, and there are NFL scouts in attendance to see if he's Sunday-worthy. He's 16-for-25 for 203 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions, but his O-Line is giving him no help as he's been sacked three times. Also, one of those interceptions was just a tremendous play by defensive end Mark Fackler.