OXFORD, Ohio -- Matt Johnson threw for three touchdowns and ran for another score as Bowling Green beat Miami, Ohio 45-3 on Tuesday night for the most lopsided victory in the 70-game history of the rivalry.
Bowling Green (6-3, 4-1 MAC) became bowl eligible with the win and remained in contention for a Mid-American Conference East Division title. The Falcons trail Buffalo by a game in the standings, but the two teams have yet to play this season.
After leading 7-3 after one quarter of play, Bowling Green took over with a 17-point second quarter and a 21-point third quarter. Travis Green rushed for 112 yards going over 1,000 for the season. His 1,018 yards are the most since PJ Pope had 1,098 in 2004.
The Redhawks (0-9, 0-5) fumbled five times in the loss.
Florida Gators quarterback Will Grier has been suspended for the year after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance found in a supplement, coach Jim McElwain announced Monday.
Former USC coach Pete Carroll said Monday that he's saddened by Steve Sarkisian's situation and he has reached out to his former assistant.
After a decades-long ban, Nevada Gaming Control granted approval for the state's regulated sportsbooks to offer wagering on the Heisman Trophy, with LSU's Leonard Fournette the early favorite.
Georgia's Nick Chubb suffered a significant left knee injury Saturday against Tennessee, including damage to multiple ligaments and cartilage, but he avoided damage to his ACL.
Rutgers coach Kyle Flood said Monday he still feels "fully supported" by the university and hopes to move on after completing a three-game suspension.
George O'Leary said Monday he is stepping down from his role as Central Florida's interim athletic director immediately but will continue his duties as football coach.