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By admin Published: October 19, 2009

The Kent State football team has a lot to prove this week on the road in Athens in a pivotal MAC East showdown with the Ohio Bobcats.  The PD's Elton Alexander writes...

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The good news for Kent State, following its 28-6 victory Saturday over Eastern Michigan, is the Golden Flashes (3-4, 2-1) have proven themselves to be among the best of the many bad football teams in the Mid-American Conference'. Both KSU conference triumphs have come against winless teams -- the EMU Eagles and Miami.What Kent can prove with a road victory this week at Ohio University (5-2, 3-0) is a capability to beat a good team. The difference between KSU and OU in the MAC standings is Bowling Green. The Bobcats beat BG on the road earlier this season, Kent lost to the Falcons at home.

Kent State freshman quarterback Spencer Keith was able to make several big plays, including a 48-yard TD pass to Tyshon Goode. But he also threw two interceptions, giving him five on the season (vs. seven TDs). That is not conducive to beating a good team on the road.

The Ohio Bobcats have suffered several injuries this season to many key players.  The banged up Bobcats' depth has been a factor in their 5-2 record and 3-0 in the Mid-American Conference.      

Ohio - USA Today Team Notes


Coming off their seventh MAC Tournament Title and ninth NCAA appearance, the baseball team recently released their 2010 schedule.


The Kent State women's soccer team (7-6-2, 3-3-2) tied with Bowling Green on Friday and fell to Toledo on Sunday in overtime.  The game with Toledo was the fourth straight double overtime game for the Flashes.  KSU will play their final two home games of the year this weekend when they host Ohio and Akron.


The KSU volleyball team (11-11, 4-4) defeated Ball State on Friday night and lost to Toledo on Saturday night at the M.A.C. Center.  This weekend KSU will travel to Western Michigan on Friday then play at Northern Illinois on Saturday.


The KSU women's golf team finished in fourth place at the 2009 Mercedes-Benz Women's Collegiate Championship over the weekend.


The No. 28 ranked Golden Flashes finished 12th at the Bank of Tennessee tournament over the weekend.  The tournament featured 10 of the nation's top 50 teams.


The KSU field hockey team (9-6, 6-1) lost at Ohio on Friday then bounced back to defeat Missouri State on Saturday at home.  Kent State will play at the Michigan Wolverines on Wednesday then return to MAC play on Saturday by hosting Central Michigan.

Junior cross country runner Alexandra Lizarribar has been named the Kent State Athlete of the Week after winning her first collegiate race at the Falcon Invite.



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