Flashes fall in final game

Deanna Stevens

Daily Kent Stater

The Kent State football team went in to halftime with a 24-point deficit, and came out with a 30-6 loss against Ball State (5-7, 5-3 Mid-American Conference)

on Friday.

After giving up 21 points in the second quarter the Flashes were unable to rally and finished their season with a 6-6 record (5-3 MAC).

Kent State’s only score came in the fourth quarter when sophomore quarterback Julian Edelman hit senior wide receiver Marcus Hill with a 9 yard touchdown pass to avoid the shut out.

Edelman passed for 181 yards with 19 completions on 35 attempts. He also led the Flashes in rushing with 95 yards on 21 carries.

As a team, the Flashes offense put up 265 total yards, compared to the Cardinal’s 405 yards. Ball State freshman quarterback Nate Davis led the MAC’s No.1 passing offense with 16 completions, on 26 attempts and 268 yards one touchdown and one interception.