Owens scored on a 17-yard run in the first quarter after Kent
State's Jake Kilroy punted out of bounds. McRae, who rushed for 103
yards on 26 carries, had a 3-yard scoring run for the Bobcats (6-3,
4-1 Mid-American Conference) in the second.
Ohio's Matt Lasher added a 30-yard field goal.
Tom Sitko caught an 8-yard scoring pass from Julian Edelman in
the second quarter for Kent State (5-3, 4-1). Edelman was 7-of-20
for 79 yards passing and rushed for 121 yards on 23 carries. He was
sacked three times.
Ohio quarterback Austen Everson finished 7-of-15 for 52 yards
passing. He threw one interception and was sacked once.
Neither team scored in the second half, and the game was delayed
40 minutes in the third quarter because of lightning.
Josh Boutte lost his starting job just two quarters into last season, but after an impressive spring he's positioned for a bounce-back year.
Who has the best receiving corps in the ACC? It starts with Clemson and Florida State.
Bills first-round draft pick Shaq Lawson explains how the Clemson program prepared him for the NFL, the importance of his versatility in Buffalo's defense and says he doesn't need surgery on his shoulder.
Bills first-round draft pick Shaq Lawson tells Hannah Storm why he was so excited to get the call from Buffalo and his relationship with coach Rex Ryan.
If healthy, Sefo Liufau should be the starter at quarterback for Colorado. If Liufau isn't ready to go, though, transfer Davis Webb could be the guy.
With spring practice in the rearview mirror, the Cornhuskers' youth movements along both lines are well underway.