College Football

Kent State Golden Flashes (2-10)


Wed. 11/8 Tue. 11/14 Tue. 11/21
@ WestMi
L 20-48
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vs. CentMi
L 23-42
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@ Akron
L 14-24
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Kent State fires football coach after 5 losing seasons

KENT, Ohio (AP) Kent State football coach Paul Haynes has been fired after five losing seasons.

The school announced on Wednesday that Haynes' contract would not be renewed. The Golden Flashes lost to Akron on Tuesday night to finish the season 2-10.

The former Kent State walk-on defensive back was 14-45 overall. His best season was his first, in 2013, when his team went 4-8 and 3-5 in the Mid-American Conference.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: G. Bollas1133
Passing TDs: G. Bollas4
Rushing Yards: J. Rankin490
Rushing TDs: J. Rankin3
Receiving Yards: T. Harrell324
Receiving TDs: M. Carrigan2
Interceptions: D. Monday5
Schedule 2017
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/2 at 5 Clemson L 3 - 56
9/9 vs. Howard W 38 - 31
9/16 at Marshall L 0 - 21
9/23 at 19 Louisville L 3 - 42
9/30 vs. Buffalo L 13 - 27
10/7 at Northern Illinois L 3 - 24
10/14 vs. Miami (OH) W 17 - 14
10/21 at Ohio L 3 - 48
10/31 vs. Bowling Green L 16 - 44
11/8 at Western Michigan L 20 - 48
11/14 vs. Central Michigan L 23 - 42
11/21 at Akron L 14 - 24
Mid-American
East
  Conference Overall
Akron 6-2 7-6
Ohio 5-3 8-4
Miami (OH) 4-4 5-7
Buffalo 4-4 6-6
Bowling Green 2-6 2-10
Kent State 1-7 2-10
West
  Conference Overall
Toledo 7-1 11-2
Central Michigan 6-2 8-4
Northern Illinois 6-2 8-4
Western Michigan 4-4 6-6
Eastern Michigan 3-5 5-7
Ball State 0-8 2-10
Offense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 3302 (128)
Passing Yards: 1472 (124)
Rushing Yards: 1830 (80)
Points per game: 12.8 (129)
Yards per game: 275.2 (128)
Touchdowns: 18 (129)
Field Goals: 9 (111)
Defense (FBS Rank)
Yards: 4900 (75)
Passing Yards: 2341 (30)
Rushing Yards: 2559 (111)
Points per game: 35.1 (112)
Yards per game: 408.3 (78)
Touchdowns: 50 (110)
Field Goals: 10 (32)
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