TOLEDO 6 10 14 0 30
KENTST 0 0 14 6 20
Date of game: 11/4/2014

Recap: Kent State vs. Toledo

Kent, OH (SportsNetwork.com) - Logan Woodside threw for three touchdowns to lead Toledo to a 30-20 victory over Kent State on Tuesday.

Woodside completed 16-of-25 passes for 202 yards and Kareem Hunt rushed for 141 yards on 18 carries for the Rockets (6-3, 5-0 MAC), who have won five of their last six games.

Kishon Wilcher, Justin Olack and Alonzo Russell each caught a score in the win.

Nathan Strock threw for 67 yards and two touchdowns and an interception on 9- of-18 efficiency, while Colin Reardon completed 10 of his 23 passes for 96 yards and an interception for the Golden Flashes (1-8, 0-5), who dropped their second straight game.

Nick Holley ran for 95 yards and a score on 12 totes, while Casey Pierce and Ernest Calhoun each had a receiving touchdown in defeat.

Jeremiah Detmer split the uprights from 26 and 28 yards out in the first quarter and knocked down a 45-yard field goal early in the second before Woodside connected with Olack on a 16-yard score to give Toledo a 16-0 lead heading into halftime.

After Russell's 8-yard TD catch capped a five-play, 52-yard drive for Toledo, Kent State answered back with its first score of the day. On 4th-and-1 at midfield, Holley broke free for a 50-yard dash to make it a 23-7 game with 8:25 left in the third.

The Rockets responded with a 75-yard trek down the field that ended when Wilcher caught a short score from two yards out. Strock's huge 65-yard carry set up Calhoun's 4-yard TD grab for a 30-14 score heading into the fourth quarter.

Pierce hauled in a 3-yard score two minutes into the final stanza to get Kent State within 10 points, but Strock's fumble and late interception sealed the outcome.

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