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Mark Henniger scored 16 points Sunday afternoon and Kent State held off Kennesaw State 68-51 by scoring nearly half their points from the free-throw line.
Derek Jackson scored 14 points for Kent State (8-1) and the Golden Flashes shot 38.6 percent from the field compared with 31 percent for Kennesaw State (3-7). Henniger went 8-for-8 from the free-throw line.
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Mark Henniger scored 20 points to lead five Kent State players in double figures as the Golden Flashes held on with the help of Kellon Thomas' late free throws to defeat Niagara 102-97 on Saturday.
Trailing by 11 with 5:20 to go, the Purple Eagles (1-4) got to within 96-93 with 26 seconds left after Antoine Mason made a layup and free throw. But Thomas converted six free throws...
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Kris Brewer missed his first free throw but hit the second to lift Kent State to a 79-78 win over USC Upstate on Friday night.
The Golden Flashes (5-0) carried a 42-34 advantage into the break but lost the lead midway through the second half. Devaraux Manley, who led Kent State with 21 points, sank one of his seven 3-pointers to regain the lead 71-70 with 3:22 left, but USC Upstate...
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Nate Terhune is a 260-pound defensive lineman for the Kent State Golden Flashes. Let that sink in as you watch the below video of him hurdling a defender while scoring a 61-yard touchdown on a fake punt against Ohio Tuesday night.
Who says linemen aren’t athletic? The score broke open the game for the Golden Flashes, who were able to knock off Ohio, 44-13.
Kent State’s Nate Terhune looks to be in pretty goood shape and, as evidenced in the video above, he’s got some great athleticism. But since he’s a defensive lineman, what he pulled off last night against Ohio still counts as a “fat guy touchdown” in my book.
Terhune’s number was called on a fake punt in the third quarter; he took the direct snap at his own 33 yard line...
Defensive lineman aren’t exactly known for their supreme athleticism, but Kent State’s Nate Terhune opened some eyes with this spectacular play. The Golden Flashes pulled a fake punt against Ohio on Tuesday night and had 6,4, 265-pound Terhune run the ball. Kent State was expecting to just gain a first down, but the amazing defensive lineman gave them much more. He hurdled an...
Kent State runs a fake punt where Nate Terhune, 6'4", 260 pound nose tackle, hurdles a defender and takes it 61 yards for a touchdown against Ohio.Ohio football falls to Kent State, 44-13.**Follow us on Twitter, Subscribe by Email, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return Home
Let us not debate this man’s size and whether this accurately falls under the FAT GUY TOUCHDOWN category. Some plays are just so special they warrant a head nod, casual applause and perhaps a single tear to show the utmost appreciation. Kent State defensive lineman Nate Terhune had his number called during a fake punt. [...]
Dri Archer had 138 yards and three touchdowns as Kent State dominated Ohio 44-13 on Tuesday night.
The game was close in the first half as Kent State (4-8) took a 17-13 lead into halftime. The Golden Flashes scored two touchdowns in the third quarter to take a 31-13 lead and held Ohio (6-5) scoreless for the entire second half.
Kent State rushed for 312 yards and its longest run...
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21 days ago
Kent State provided some more MACtion madness on Tuesday night.
Leading Ohio 24-13, the Golden Flashes flashed some awesomeness during the third period, drawing up a fake punt that led to the touchdown of the night.
On the trick play, the ball was snapped to 6-foot-4, 265-pound defensive lineman Nate Terhune, who was playing upback on the punt team. Terhune showed he’s more...
Kent State was down 24-13 in the third quarter when head coach Paul Haynes decided to roll the dice. KSU ran a fake punt where the ball was snapped to true freshman offensive lineman Nate Terhune. Terhune showed off his phenomenal athleticism and hurdled a defender en route to the end zone. This is perhaps the best execution of a fake punt that will be seen all year and Terhune...
Kent State defensive lineman Nate Terhune showed some serious athleticism when he hurdled an opponent on his way to a 61-yard touchdown run on a fake punt play against Ohio on Tuesday night. The Golden Flashes were up 24-13 midway through the third quarter and had a fourth down just inside their 40. They decided […]
There were some grumblings during the MAC games on Tuesday night that the games weren't up to the explosive offenses of years past. Well, Kent State certainly did their part to make up for that in the third quarter of their game with the Ohio Bobcats.
With an eleven point lead, Kent State was forced into a 4th and three from their own 39. The Golden Flashes faked a punt...
Trayion Durham rushed for 109 yards and a score to lead Kent State to a 24-6 win over MAC East rival Miami (Ohio) on Wednesday night.
Malcolm Pannell's interception with 5:27 left crushed Miami's thoughts of a late comeback.
Miami (Ohio) took an early 3-0 lead after Kent State's (3-8, 2-5 MAC) fake punt attempt failed at its own 29-yard line, and the RedHawks capitalized...
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The Miami (OH) Redhawks will hit the road looking for their first win of the season when they play against the Kent State Golden Flashes on Wednesday.
Miami OH (0-9) would like to finally punch though with a win but to do so they will need to be another MAC school when they taken on Kent State. (2-8)
Coverage of the game between Miami (OH) and Kent State will air on ESPNU beginning...