TOLEDO, Ohio -- Terrance Owens threw for 303 yards and a touchdown to lead Toledo past Bowling Green 27-15 in a Mid-American Conference game on Saturday.
Owens completed 20 of 28 passes without an interception.
Toledo, which led 17-3 at the half, was far more efficient in the passing game, averaging 11.1 yards per reception to Bowling Green's 6.0, and the Falcons (1-2, 0-1)) sputtered on third down, converting only 4 of 13 attempts. Bowling Green was 1 for 3 on fourth down.
Anthon Samuel rushed 16 times for 112 yards and a touchdown for Bowling Green.
Toledo has won the past three games in the 77-game series between the teams.
Why do you think the NCAA reversed its decision and will now allow summer satellite football camps? #SatelliteCamps
Rutgers coach Chris Ash likes what he seems from Tariq Cole this spring.
Brad Kaaya and the Hurricanes have a new lease on football with Mark Richt at the helm, and a big season could lead to big things for the quarterback.
A look at some more of the names you might hear called from the podium this time next year.
ESPN NFL Draft Insider Todd McShay breaks down the strengths and weaknesses of Stanford tight end Austin Hooper.
ESPN NFL Draft Insider Mel Kiper breaks down the strengths and weaknesses of Penn State defensive end Carl Nassib.