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No. 109 Kent State Golden Flashes season preview

Paul Haynes led Kent State to a disappointing 4-8 record in his first season as head coach in 2013, but he’s hoping to get his alma mater back on track starting in 2014. The Golden Flashes will be led on offense by sophomore quarterback Colin Reardon, who took a majority of the snaps last season as a redshirt freshman. He only completed 59 percent of his passes and threw just...
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May 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Week 4: Penn State, Kent State Preview

Where: Beaver Stadium When: 3:30 PM, Saturday TV: BTN Kent State relies a ton on Dri Archer when on offense, but it looks like he won’t be around for the game against Penn State after hurting his ankle a few weeks ago. Redshirt freshman quarterback Colin Reardon has four touchdowns and no picks so far…
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September 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Colin Reardon Shines In Kent State Win

by Bo Marchionte The Dri4Heisman campaign officially got underway at Dix Stadium tonight. Unfortunately, Archer hurt his left leg on the opening drive for Kent State. After running it out on the sidelines, the Doak Walker (best running back) Watchlist nominee returned on the next drive. The pain obviously Archer knew he wasn't right and went back to the sidelines where ...
August 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Kent State beats Liberty 17-10 on late touchdown

Colin Reardon threw a 42-yard touchdown pass to Chris Humphrey late in the fourth quarter as Kent State avoided a season-opening upset with a 17-10 win over Liberty on Thursday night. The Golden Flashes, coming off the best season in school history, were without running back Dri Archer, being touted by the school as a potential Heisman Trophy candidate who suffered a leg injury...
Via Fox Sports
August 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Northern Illinois entering 2013 with high expectations

QB Lynch has Heisman buzz following record year for MAC It was a banner season for the Mid-American Conference in 2012. With a league-record seven schools receiving bowl invitations, the conference set a record for six teams winning eight or more games. One of the bowl team was Northern Illinois, which became the first MAC team to play in a BCS bowl game. The Huskies fell to Florida...
Via College Football Universe
April 18, 2013  |  Discuss
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