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Akron Zips end 30-game road losing streak by beating Miami (O.) 24-17

(courtesy U of Akron)

The Akron Zips ended their 30-game road losing streak by beating the Miami RedHawks on Saturday, 24-17.

They also ended another losing streak of 28 straight losses to Football Subdivision teams.

Akron’s Jawon Chrisholm rushed for 86 yards and three touchdowns to fuel the win.

The Zips took control in the second half by pulling ahead 24-7.

Akron had not won on the road since a 45-35 win against Eastern Michigan on October 18, 2008. They also had not won at Miami since October 21, 1939. The Zips last beat an FBS team on November 28, 2010, against the Buffalo Bulls.

The Zips are now 2-6, 1-3 in the Mid-American Conference.

The Miami RedHawks are 0-7, 0-3 with their only bright spot being QB Austin Boucher who completed 23 of 34 passes for 226 yards and two touchdowns.

Filzen, McCrea, Watt help Buffalo upset Dayton, 84-55

The University of Dayton men’s basketball team fell to the Buffalo Bulls 84-55 on Wednesday night. The Flyers fall to 5-2 on the season while the Bulls move to 4-1.

The Bulls were led guard Zach Filzen who finished with 24 points on 7-13 including six three-point field goals. In the frontcourt, UB got a pair of double-doubles from Javon McCrea (17 & 11) and Mitchell Watt (16 & 11).  UD was led by Chris Johnson’s 12 points and Kevin Dillard’s 11.

The Flyers started off the scoring after Kevin Dillard drove and hit Matt Kavanaugh on the wing for a jumper. The Bulls responded with back-to-back threes to take a 6-2 lead.  Two straight treys from Chris Johnson tied the game 8-8.

Zach Filzen

Javon McCrea

Buffalo continued its hot shooting with two more 3-pointers to put them ahead by six. Kevin Dillard stopped the Bulls’ run, hitting a deep three to pull UD within three, 14-11.

Buffalo’s McCrea scored five straight points to stretch UB’s lead to eight with 10 minutes left in the half. McCrea’s string of points sparked an 18-0 run by Buffalo until UD’s Devin Oliver connected on one of two free throws with 3:56 remaining in the first stanza. Dayton trailed Buffalo 38-22 at the half.

Buffalo extended its margin to 25 through the first eight minutes of play in the second half.

Dayton’s Dillard cut the lead to 18 at the 10:27 mark, converting two free throws after being fouled on a layup attempt.  Buffalo answered with a 10-0 run in the next 2:16.  Buffalo’s largest lead of the night was 32 (82-50) with 1:56 left in the game.

Mitchell Watt

This was UD’s largest home defeat since losing by 43 (82-39) to Saint Louis on Jan. 14, 1995.

Buffalo dominated statistically, out-shooting Dayton 50% (27-54) to 28.1% (16-57) from the field, and 43.5% (10-23) to .261 (6-23) from three-point range.  The most telling stat was on the boards, where the Bulls had a +21 advantage (51-30).

Game Press Release courtesy of Dayton athletics

Photos courtesy of  University of Buffalo athletics

Cooper leads Ohio to win over Buffalo

D.J. Cooper (courtesy of Ohio athletics)

The Ohio Bobcats took down the Buffalo Bulls behind the play of guard D.J. Cooper.

Cooper came off the bench to score 36 points and forward Ivo Baltic put in 24 to help in the 76-69 win.

The Mid-American Conference win by Ohio pushed its record to 13-13, 6-6 while Buffalo drops to 15-9, 7-5.

Info courtesy of Ohio athletics

Finally a win for the Akron Zips, 22-14

(courtesy of Akron athletics via Wikipedia Commons)

U of Akron InfoCision Stadium (courtesy of JEN 9841 via Wikipedia Commons)

The University of Akron football team has fallen on hard times lately.

After posing winning seasons of 6-5 in 2004 and 7-6 in 2005, the program was looking at finishing 2010 without a win.

Patrick Nicely threw for three touchdowns and the Zips averted its first winless season since moving to the Football Bowl Subdivision in 1987.

They beat the Buffalo Bulls, 22-14 in InfoCision Stadium in Akron, Ohio.

Akron finishes the season at 1-11, 1-7 in the Mid-American Conference.

Buffalo finishes a disappointing year at 2-10, 1-7 in the MAC.

Compiled from staff, Mid-American Conference & Akron athletics news

Ohio Bobcats double-up Buffalo, 34-17

Ohio's Phil Bates threw a 26-yard scoring pass in win over Buffalo (file photo)

Boo Jackson threw two touchdown passes, caught a scoring pass and ran for a touchdown for the Ohio University Bobcats in a 34-17 win over the Buffalo Bulls in Mid-American Conference action in Athens, Ohio.

Ohio is now 7-3 overall, 5-1 in the MAC East Division. Buffalo falls to 2-7, 1-4 in the MAC East.

Jackson opened the scoring for Ohio with a 1-yard run and caught a 26-yard scoring pass from Phil Bates on the Bobcats’ next drive.

In the second half, Jackson kept at it; throwing two 15-yard touchdown passes to Terrence McCrae.

Info courtesy of Ohio Athletic news

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