2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
2-10, 5th in MAC - East

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Bowling Green announces defensive coordinator Perry Eliano will not return. The Falcons allowed 38 points per game and 506.6 yards per game this season.

Erikson's third TD gives Eastern Michigan the lead (0:37)
Toledo continues to dominate with 6th rushing TD (0:38)
Buffalo extends lead with WR Johnson's 2nd TD (0:40)
The #SCtop10 catch that was called back (0:35)

Doege, Clair lead Bowling Green past Kent State 44-16

Jarret Doege threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, Andrew Clair surpassed 100 yards rushing for the fourth straight game and the two freshmen led Bowling Green to a 44-16 win over Kent State on Tuesday night.

Doege finds Redding for another Falcons TD (0:18)
Childers throws 3rd TD pass (0:49)
Bobby Carpenter: Ohio wants to pound opponents with football early (1:45)
Rourke connects on a deep TD pass (0:27)
ESPN Stats & Info

Navy leads the way among unlikely winners

After blowing a huge lead, the Midshipmen's odds to win dropped as low as 5 percent before the go-ahead TD in the final seconds. Miami's odds were nearly as low before its own game-winning score, while Iowa State and Bowling Green each overcame double-digit deficits to prevail.

Bowling Green's defense comes up big (0:51)

Brown's INT return sews up Akron's 34-23 victory

Thomas Woodson accounted for three touchdowns and Kyron Brown returned a fourth-quarter interception for a clinching score in Akron's 34-23 victory over Bowling Green in a turnover-filled Mid-American Conference opener on Saturday night.

Brown gets a pick-six for the Zips (0:39)
ESPN Stats & Info

Falcons lead the way on special teams

Air Force thrived in the third phase during Saturday's monsoon, but it wasn't enough to get the win. That was a common story in Week 4, as only Ohio State won among the top four teams in special-teams efficiency.

Urzua finds Anderson who does the rest for 60-yard TD (0:41)

Team Stats

Passing Yards235.0
Rushing Yards151.7
Points For25.3
Points Against38.0123rd