NCAA Game Summary - Buffalo at Kent State|
(Friday, November 27th)
Final Score: Buffalo 9, Kent State 6
Kent, OH (Sports Network) - A.J. Principe connected on three field goals,
including the game-winning kick with just five seconds remaining in regulation
to lead the Buffalo Bulls to a 9-6 victory over the Kent State Golden Flashes
in Mid-American Conference play at Dix Stadium.
Brandon Thermilus paced Buffalo (5-7, 3-5 MAC) on the ground with 123 rushing
yards on 4.2 yards per carry.
As for the Golden Flashes (5-7, 4-4), they were led by Dri Archer on the
ground, as he rushed for 93 yards on 10 totes.
The only scoring in the first half was a 24-yard field goal by Principe late
in the second quarter.
The Golden Flashes finally got on the scoreboard in the final seconds of the
third quarter when Freddy Cortez nailed a 39-yard field goal for KSU.
The Bulls went back ahead midway through the fourth quarter when Principe
connected on a 24-yard field goal.
However, less than two minutes later KSU responded with a 26-yard field goal
In the battle of kickers, it was Principe who finished on top, as Buffalo's
kicker nailed a 22-yard field goal in the final seconds of regulation to give
the Bulls a 9-6 victory.
Buffalo finished with 320 total yards in the contest, while Kent State posted
just 159 total yards.
11/27 17:53:07 ET