INFOCISION STADIUM- The Golden Flashes rushed for 410 yards and pitched their first Wagon Wheel shutout since 1949 in a 38-0 victory on Saturday afternoon.
With the victory, the Flashes become bowl eligible for the second time in three seasons and keep pace with next weekend's opponent, Miami, atop the Mid-American Conference East Division. Fans should be the lookout for communication regarding the Miami game and any post-season games in the coming days.
Kent State took control of the game early on Saturday. After the defense forced a three-and-out, Dustin Crum rolled off a career-long 62-yard run to highlight the game's opening drive.