Middle Tennessee State entered the Camellia Bowl 121st in the country in turnover margin and had lost the battle in nine of their 12 games this season. Arkansas State was only a little bit better in the same category, ranking 81st in turnover margin in 2017. Predictably those kinds of statistics came into play on
Middle Tennessee State started off the Camellia Bowl on Saturday night in about the worst way possible with a pair of first quarter interceptions but leaned heavily on their stout defense to manage their way to a 21-10 lead over Arkansas State at halftime in a somewhat low-scoring affair few could have seen coming between
Thundering Herd took 31-14 lead into the fourth quarter, barely held on for a 31-28 win.
If everyone is being honest with themselves, this No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup is what we were all hoping for.
Aside from two fluky touchdowns, nothing went right for Oregon in Mario Cristobal's first game as the lead Duck.
If you're a fan of defensive football, you were loving the Gildan New Mexico Bowl -- until the second quarter happened.
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