BOWLING GREEN, Ohio (AP) -- Josh Harris was a tidy 8-of-10
passing for 128 yards with a touchdown and also ran for two scores
Saturday night as Bowling Green routed Liberty 62-3.
Falcons backup quarterback Omar Jacobs was 10-of-15 for 180
yards with three passing touchdowns and one rushing.
Dre Barnes led Liberty with 34 yards on 11 carries, while five
other ball carriers were held to 23 yards on 23 attempts.
Gus Condon was 6-of-16 for 106 yards for Liberty, which scored
its only points on Scott Kivosky's 27-yard field goal in the first
Bowling Green scored three touchdowns in both the first and
second quarters to take a 41-3 lead. Harris was responsible for the
first-quarter TDs, with scoring runs of 1 and 3 yards and a 39-yard
pass to Cole Magner.
Magner caught a 20-yard TD pass from Jacobs, who also had a
5-yard TD run and TD passes of 65 yards to Stover and 34 yards to
Pope ran 51 yards for a TD in the second. Stover had a 15-yard
TD run in the fourth.
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