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— Dustin Crum scored from the 1 on a misdirection play in overtime, and Montre Miller broke up a two-point conversion pass as Kent State held off Miami (Ohio) 48-47 on Saturday to earn a spot in the Mid-American Conference championship game.
— Dustin Crum ran for 114 yards and two touchdowns and Kent State defeated Akron 38-0 on Saturday.
— Freshman Lew Nichols III ran for 215 yards and four touchdowns and Daniel Richardson threw four TD passes as Central Michigan spotted Kent State 14 points before rolling to a 54-30 victory on Wednesday night.
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— Dustin Crum passed for two touchdowns and rushed for two scores, and Kent State used a 31-point second quarter to beat Northern Illinois 52-47 on Wednesday night.
— Dustin Crum threw for one touchdown and ran for another and Kent State turned back Ohio 34-27 on Saturday.
— Kaleb Eleby threw three touchdown passes, ran for a fourth and Western Michigan routed Kent State 64-31 Saturday.
— Dustin Crum threw three touchdown passes to Dante Cephus and for a career-high 407 yards and Kent State fought off Buffalo for a 48-38 win on Saturday night.
— Dustin Crum ran for an 11-yard touchdown with about six minutes left to lift Kent State to a 27-20 victory over Bowling Green on Saturday in the Mid-American Conference opener for both teams.
— After his unbeaten team won without playing its best, Maryland coach Michael Locksley kept his focus on the big picture.
— Tyler Goodson saw nothing in front of him but the end zone — and that was before he got the ball.