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Dix Stadium, Kent, Ohio Attendance: 15,452
Kent State rolls 63-10 over LIU for first win of season
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KENT, Ohio (AP) Collin Schlee threw two touchdown passes, Marquez Cooper added two on the ground and Kent State scored 28 second-quarter points on its way to its first victory of the season, 63-10 over Long Island on Saturday.
Schlee's 50-yard strike to Devontez Walker in the end zone started the scoring. The Sharks tied it on a 50-yard touchdown pass play from Derek Green to Owen Glascoe. Kent State's 28-point second quarter followed, including Gavin Garcia's punt block that J.B. Awolowo returned 34 yards for a 35-10 halftime lead.
Schlee threw for 199 yards on 10-of-12 passing.
Green was 14-of-18 passing for 172 yards with Glascoe making five catches for 101 yards for the Sharks (0-3).
The Golden Flashes (1-2) opened with losses to then-No. 7 Oklahoma and Washington and play at top-ranked Georgia next Saturday.
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Updated September 17, 2022