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2-3, 3rd in MAC - East

Bowling Green tops Buffalo 28-16

Matt Johnson threw for a touchdown and ran for another, Donovan Wilson and Ronnie Moore each ran in scores and Bowling Green held off a late surge by Buffalo to win 28-22 in Saturday's Mid-Americ

Falcons win first conference game

Bowling Green was well balanced on offense during its 28-22 win over Buffalo. Travis Green had a game-high 119 yards rushing and Roger Lewis had a game-high 201 yards receiving. Game Summary


Bulls pull within one TD

Buffalo QB Joe Licata finds Ron Willoughby in the back of the end zone on a five-yard fade route. The touchdown pulls Buffalo closer; it's 28-22 late in the fourth quarter.


Bowling Green up at the half

Falcons QB Matt Johnson throws a short screen and Roger Lewis does the rest. Lewis’ 12-yard TD helped give Bowling Green a 21-6 halftime lead.


Falcons extend their lead

QB Matt Johnson keeps the ball and rushes 10 yards for a TD. Bowling Green is up 14-3 early in the second quarter. Live on ESPN3


Falcons strike first

Bowling Green RB Donovan Wilson rushes in the game’s first points from the one. Falcons lead the Bulls 7-0 early in the first quarter. Live on ESPN3

Watch: Bowling Green at Buffalo

Bowling Green visits Buffalo, looking to improve to 3-0 in true road games. The Falcons have defeated Maryland and Purdue on the road. Live on ESPN3

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Bowling Green travels to Buffalo to take on the Bulls this weekend. The Falcons are giving nine points in Vegas. Who are the Bear and Stanford Steve taking? Week 5 best bets

Wolf Pack cashes in a close win (2:28)

Bulls aren't done yet

Buffalo QB Joe Licata completes a 5-yard TD pass to Collin Lisa and the Bulls added on a two-point conversion to draw within three. They trail Nevada 24-21 late in the fourth quarter.


Nevada extends its lead

Don Jackson runs for a 10-yard TD to make it an 11-point lead for the Wolf Pack. Buffalo has the ball with 8:45 to play in the game.


Nevada running all over Buffalo

RB Don Jackson runs for 55-yard TD to put the Wolf Pack ahead of the Bulls 14-7. Nevada already has 157 rushing yards through 17 minutes of play.


91-yard dash but no TD?

Nevada RB James Butler was just a few strides short of getting a 97-yard TD run under his belt. Instead, he had to settle for two carries that got him the full 97 yards and the TD. It's all tied up 7-7 in Buffalo.

Team Stats

Passing Yards250.245th
Rushing Yards153.496th
Points For28.0Tied-134th
Points Against21.648th