2014 Bowling Green Falcons Football Schedule
The Bowling Green Falcons are back for another season loaded with
twists, turns and nail-biting moments that will have fans glued to the edges of their seats, as this is football at its finest
and the Falcons have no intention of going quietly in the Mid-American Conference this season. The schedule is filled with
challenges for the Falcons, but that's part of the fun as they get to go up against a whole slew of other talented teams throughout
the season. Following up a great 2013 season, the Falcons know they can do even more this year, helping to create a serious
buzz around Bowling Green in the process as the Falcons look to make their move.
Of course, it doesn't hurt that Doyt
Berry Stadium is one of the best places in the area to see a big sporting event, helping to make them the talk of the campus
whenever the Falcons are gearing up for game day. When the Falcons are digging in late in the fourth quarter, with the clock
dwindling and the crowd watching on pins and needles, you'll understand what everyone has been talking about around town.
Home games against Western Michigan (Oct. 18), Kent State (Nov. 12) or Ball State (Nov. 28), the atmosphere will speak completely
for itself there is no substitution for seeing the game the way it was meant to be seen.
You don't want to limit yourself
to just the home games, however, as seeing the Falcons away from home can be every bit as fun and exhilarating, particularly
when you're out to see a team like the Bowling Green Falcons. Against teams like Akron (Nov. 4), Toledo (Nov. 19) and more
in the final leg of the season, the Falcons will be looking to make their mark and slide up the standings in the Mid-American,
creating some serious intensity as they clash with a series of other teams on their schedule. From spectacular catches and
slick moves to pinpoint passes that will have you out of your seat, the Falcons' season is sure to have some unbelievable
moments that you'll want to be a part of.
Bowling Green Falcons Football Team Info
The Bowling Green Falcons
are coming off of an incredible 2013 season in which they won the East division of the MAC, going 7-1 in the conference. This
year, the offense is a force to be reckoned with and will be combining with a powerhouse defense that ranked fifth in the
nation in points allowed last season. If everything falls into place, the sky is the limit for the 2014 Bowling Green Falcons
and new coach Dino Babers will be looking to get the most out of his team. With some serious fanfare surrounding the team
and all kinds of potential throughout the roster, the Falcons have a team you'll definitely want to keep your eye on as they
take aim at the other top teams in the MAC.
The NCAA Football Experience
College football has plenty of
great games on the schedule each and every season, from plenty of top-tier regular season matchups and bowl games to historic
rivalries that you'll have to see first-hand to believe. These are some of the best athletes in the entire world, though that's
something that you need to see for yourself to truly appreciate. For many fans, rooting for a college team represents a tradition
that may have been in the family for a long time, or one that may have begun while spending years studying on the campus and
attending games as a student. Fans of college football reserve entire Saturdays to be a part of all the excitement and tradition
of the event, helping to make the game day experience more than just about the matchup.
Bowling Green Falcons
Bowling Green football has been in existence for almost 100 years, having first played in 1919. The
Falcons have claimed four national championships, in 1928, 1948, 1956, and 1959, along with 11 conference titles and 2 division
titles. Former quarterback Tyler Sheehan holds several school passing records, including most attempts and completions in
a career as well as most completions and yards in a game, which he achieved in a 2009 game against Kent State. Over the years,
the Falcons have gained the reputation of being the type of team that is always developing some of the brightest stars in
college football, solidifying themselves as major parts of the sports scene around Bowling Green.
Falcons Football Trivia
Do you know who holds the Falcon record for most receptions in a game?
The answer is
Freddie Barnes, who tallied a ridiculous 22 receptions during a game against Kent State in 2009 – the same game that
quarterback Tyler Sheehan set a slew of passing records for the program. That year, Barnes ended up tallying an astounding
155 catches easily shattering the record and cementing him as one of the greatest offensive players in the history of the
Bowling Green Falcons.
Bowling Green Falcons Football Fans
Doyt L. Perry Stadium is the place to be once
again this season, as the Falcons have another talented team sure to wreak havoc in the MAC. If you've never been to Doyt
L. Perry Stadium, there is nothing quite like the buzz of being there with thousands of fans that are rooting for the Falcons
to put the finishing touches on a big win. The Bowling Green Falcons play in the always very competitive MAC, and the atmosphere
really pops whenever the Falcons are hosting another prominent team and the fans come pouring into the stands to complete
the atmosphere. With the Falcons driving down the field in the middle of a nail-biter that has all of the makings of an instant
classic, it won't be hard to figure out why Falcons' football has really taken off around Bowling Green. Though we know that
the pros are fun too, there is something extra special about watching the action when it's only university pride on the line,
but you need to see that first-hand to truly appreciate it.