AKRON, Ohio -- — Teon Dollard ran for 185 yards and two touchdowns, and Akron rolled to 31-3 victory over Bowling Green on Saturday in a battle of winless Mid-American Conference teams.
It was also the first win for Akron's second-year coach Tom Arth, whose team finished 0-12 last season.
Dollard carried the ball 26 times including a 9-yard touchdown run to open the third quarter. He brook loose on a 50-yard score to cap the scoring early in the fourth. It was his second 50-plus yard rushing touchdown this season.
Both teams are scheduled to conclude their six-game seasons next Saturday. The Zips (1-4, 1-4) travel to Buffalo while Bowling Green hosts Miami (Ohio).
Due to an increase in COVID-19 positive cases across Ohio, no fans were allowed inside 30,000-seat InfoCision Stadium.
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