Posted: 3:46 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013
By Kaleb Carter
The Akron Zips had finally began to start impressing. Then they played this first half against Ohio.
Ohio leads at the half 30-3 and are making mincemeat of Akron.
After Ohio's first possession resulted in a punt, Akron fumbled the return and in the ensuing scramble, Ohio ended up adding two points with the safety.
After trading possessions, Ohio came back with a drive in which they extended the lead to 9-3 (Akron collected a field goal) on a fade to Donte Foster. After Tyler Tettleton threw an interception, the Bobcats would come back, drice down the field and score on a pass to Troy Mangen.
A few turnovers later, Ohio stretched the lead to 27. Ryan Boykin punched one in from a yard out and Thad Ingol provided solid play from the safety position, with an interception and later a fumble return for a touchdown.