Western Michigan Tops Middle Tennessee for First Bowl Win

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Western Michigan Tops Middle Tennessee for First Bowl Win


The, Charleston Gazette Mail


NASSAU, Bahamas - Jamauri Bogan rushed for 215 yards and four touchdowns Thursday, powering Western Michigan past Middle Tennessee 45-31 in the Bahamas Bowl for its first bowl victory. Western Michigan (8-5) had lost its previous six bowl games. The Broncos ended a four-game winning streak by Middle Tennessee (7-6).

Bogan broke a tie game with a 1-yard touchdown with 6:12 left, setting up the score with a 61-yard burst. He added another 1-yard score with five minutes remaining after Rontavious Atkins' 29-yard interception return to the Middle Tennessee 4. Bogan also had a 62- yard touchdown and a 46-yard score. He averaged 11.3 yards per carry.

Western Michigan's Corey Davis finished with eight catches for 183 yards and a touchdown. Daniel Braverman had five receptions for 101 yards and a score.

Richie James had two touchdown catches and one touchdown run for Middle Tennessee. Brent Stockstill threw for 327 yards and three touchdowns to go with his interception.

Stockstill was 26 of 39 and finished his redshirt freshman season with 327 completions to break the NCAA freshman record held by Jared Lorenzen, who completed 321 passes for Kentucky in 2001. Western Michigan's Zach Terrell was 18 of 26 for 297 yards with two touchdowns and an interception.

One year after Western Kentucky and Central Michigan combined for 12 touchdown passes in the inaugural Bahamas Bowl - a 49-48 Western Kentucky victory - Western Michigan and Middle Tennessee produced a similar shootout.

Thursday's matchup featured six touchdowns of 40-plus yards. …

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