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The Bowling Green Falcons Football program is a stepping stone for coaches to move to the FBS. Dino Babers led the Falcons program to the 2015-16 Mid-American Title.
Babers is now in charge at Syracuse of the Atlantic Coast Conference, just like his predecessor Dave Clawson-Wake Forest. Enter former Texas Tech assistant Mike Jinks. It’s evident with the hiring of Jenks the administration wants to stick with a high tempo offense.
Can Jinks lead the Falcons to their fifth consecutive bowl appearance? It is the question many MAC experts will be asking.
Bowling Green will run the same system but with different personnel.
The Bowling Green offense will be without standout quarterback Matt Johnson and star wideout Roger Lewis.
Bowling Green was able to score points on any team I the country last season. The Falcons opened last season with an impressive showing against Tennessee of the SEC. A fumble on the goal line as they were going in for a touchdown turned the tides in the game.
Bowling Green beat Maryland and Purdue on the road. New offensive coordinator Kevin Kilmer is also a Texas Tech import.
The good new for the Falcons offense is four starting linemen return along with plenty of talented wideouts.
James Knapke will replace Johnson under center, and he has just as much accuracy and can make play’s out of the pocket.
The Falcons offense will be a work in progress early in the season but with time they will begin to gel as a unit.
Bowling Green will open the 2016 season against the “MIGHTY” Ohio State Buckeyes in Columbus, Ohio on September, 3rd.
The 2016-17 Bowling Green Falcons defense must get better in many difference phases of the game. The offense bailed them out consistently last season.
Bowling Green had problems against the BCS conferences. They had no answer for Tennessee; even Georgia Southern ran all over the Falcons in their bowl game.
The former University of Texas at San Antonio special teams coach Perry Eliano is the new defensive coordinator.
The primary objective this season is for the coaching staff to produce a consistent pass rush. The back seven did an average job but gave up too many big plays.
Sophomore linebacker Austin Valdez is the leader of the unit and has the explosion. Valdez also can cover running back out of the backfield.
The Falcons defense will get tested early in the 2016-17 College Football season.
The Bowling Green Falcons are +550 to win the 2016-17 Mid-American Conference Title.
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