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Ohio vs. Bowling Green Postgame Notes

Tyler Tettleton

Nov. 13, 2013

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Bowling Green 49, Ohio 0
Ohio Football Postgame Notes

Bowling Green, Ohio | Doyt Perry Stadium

Attendance: 8,527


-Ohio's loss at Bowling Green was its first since setback at BGSU since 2005.
-The Bobcats' contest at Bowling Green was their final road game on the year. Ohio finished the year with a 2-3 record in road games this season.
-Ohio's matchup with Bowling Green was aired on ESPN3 and marked the Bobcats' 60th appearance on the ESPN Family of Networks.
-The Bobcats' setback to the Falcons marked the first time Ohio has dropped back-to-back games to BGSU since the 2005-06 seasons.
-The Bobcats own a 21-10 mark dating back to the 2011 season.
-Ohio's setback to Bowling Green drops the Bobcats record to 25-38-2 all-time against Bowling Green.
-With the loss, Ohio head coach Frank Solich's all-time record falls to 65-48 and 123-66 overall.
-Solich drops to 4-5 all-time against Bowling Green.
-The Bobcats were shutout for just the second time in the Solich era. 

Offensive Notes

-Quarterback Tyler Tettleton, running back Beau Blankenship, tight end Troy Hill and wide receiver Donte' Foster started the game for Ohio. They are the only four offensive players to start in all 10 games this season.
-Blankenship finished the game with 26 yards rushing. He needs just 106 more yards to surpass former to pass former Bobcat great and current Green Bay Packers scout Chad Brinker for fifth on the all-time rushing list.
-The Bobcats' 172 yards of total offense were the fewest the Bobcats have gained all year.

Defensive Notes
-Defensive tackle Antwan Crutcher, defensive back Josh Kristoff, defensive back Xavier Hughes and cornerback Travis Carrie are the only three defensive players to start in all 10 games this season.
-Hughes tallied his team-best fourth interception on the year. Hughes currently has seven career interceptions.
-Hughes has now tallied five turnovers on the year.
-Sophomore linebacker Ben Russell and junior safety Josh Kristoff each posted a team-best eight tackles.
-Six of Kristoff's eight tackles were solo stops. His six solo tackles tied a career-best.
-Senior Nic Barber recorded his first sack of the year.
-Ohio has now recorded a sack in nine of its 10 games this year.
-The Bobcats 29 sacks on the year rank fifth all-time for a single season.