Football Bowl Subdivision
NCAA Game Summary - Bowling Green at Tulsa

(Saturday, September 11th)

Final Score: Tulsa 33, Bowling Green 20

Tulsa, OK (Sports Network) - G.J. Kinne threw for 356 yards and two touchdowns as the Tulsa Golden Hurricane rolled over the Bowling Green Falcons, 33-20, in a non-conference game at Chapman Stadium.

Kinne was 27-of-47 through the air for the Golden Hurricane (1-1) which rebounded after losing to East Carolina on the final play of their opener last week. Demaris Johnson caught seven balls for 84 yards. Trae Johnson caught six passes for 80 yards and a score, while Alex Singleton ran for 74 yards on 10 carries and scored a touchdown.

Matt Schilz was 29-of-40 through air for 262 yards for the Falcons (0-2) but was intercepted three times and suffered five sacks. Kamar Jorden caught 14 balls for 168 yards. Willie Geter ran for 50 yards on 15 carries.

The Falcons took the early lead when Schilz made his way into the end zone from a yard out five minutes into the first quarter.

Tulsa got on the board on Kevin Fitzpatrick's 23-yard field goal less than five minutes later and took the lead when Kinne hit Charles Clay on a 42- yard touchdown throw with four-and-a-half minutes left in the quarter.

Fitzpatrick's second field goal of the evening, a 27-yarder, extended Tulsa's lead to 13-7 midway through the second period.

The Golden Hurricane made it a 20-7 game on Singleton's three-yard run with three minutes left until halftime.

Geter answered back for the Falcons by scoring from a yard out with a minute- and-a-half left before intermission, but Kinne's second touchdown pass of the half, a 25-yarder to Johnson with half a minute left, extended Tulsa's halftime advantage to 27-14.

Fitzpatrick added a 34-yard field goal midway through the third period to push Tulsa's lead to 30-14 and added his fourth field goal of the game, a 34-yarder, a minute before the quarter ended.

Schilz scored for the Falcons from two yards out with 10 minutes left in the game to account for the final margin.

Tulsa piled up 546 yards in total offense and averaged 6.2 yards per offensive snap.

09/11 23:42:35 ET