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Life After Matt Johnson For the Falcons Doesn't Have To Be So Bleak

On the 30th episode of Mid-American Hustle, Bryan and contributor Thurman Dieter discuss the news of the hour: Matt Johnson's season-ending hip injury.

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Yesterday Bowling Green fans got some rather terrible unexpected news when head coach dino Babers announced that starting quarterback Matt Johnson was likely done for the season following a hip injury. Obviously losing a quarterback is never good, especially not when he may just be the best player in the conference and a key player in your team's hopes of winning a conference title.

To get some perspective on what the loss of Johnson means to the team, I spoke with Thurman Dieter, one of our Bowling Green experts here at The Belt. Dieter and I talk about the injury to Johnson, the loss at WKU, what BGSU fans should expect out of their new starting quarterback, Jason Knapke, and took a look ahead at what the rest of the season has in store for the Falcons in this 30 minute episode (the 30th episode, too) of Mid-American Hustle.

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