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  • 2015 Football Season Ticket Holders Eligible For Great Rewards

    Purchase/Renew Football Season Tickets NOW!BOWLING GREEN, Ohio - The Bowling Green State University Department of Athletics has announced several great incentives for Falcon football fans to renew or purchase their season tickets for the upcoming 2015 season. The 2015 season, under second year head coach Dino Babers, begins on Sept. 5 when the Falcons take the field in Nashville against the Tennessee Volunteers. The exciting five-game home schedule features games against arch-rival Toledo, American Athletic Conference champion Memphis, UMass, and in-state rivals Akron and Ohio.

  • Falcons Put On Show In Annual Spring Game

    The Bowling Green State University held their annual spring football game, which marks the end of the spring practice period, on Saturday (April 11) at Doyt L. Perry Stadium in Bowling Green, Ohio. The first-team offense earned a 36-34 victory over the second-team offense when Matt Johnson scored on a one-yard keeper on the final play of the game.

  • Falcons Hold Final Practice Before Saturday Spring Game

    Photo GalleryPractice Highlights

  • Falcons Prepare For Spring Game Saturday

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  • Spring Practice Enters Final Stretch

    Photo GallerySpring Practice Highlights

  • Falcon Football Spring Game Set For April 11

    BOWLING GREEN, Ohio—The Bowling Green State University football team will hold their annual spring football game on Saturday afternoon, April 11. The game will take place inside Doyt L. Perry Stadium and is open to all Falcon fans for free. The team will take the field for warmups beginning around 12:30 p.m., and the game will begin at approximately 1:00 p.m.

  • Falcons Begin Third Week Of Spring Practice

    Spring Practice Highlights

  • Falcons Fly In Scrimmage One Of Spring Practice

    BOWLING GREEN, Ohio—Eight practices in to spring, an untrained eye would think that the Bowling Green State University football team is running at full-speed—like a well-oiled machine. But head coach Dino Babers would disagree, telling the team following Saturday morning's scrimmage that "today will be the slowest we will ever go again."

  • Falcons Complete Spring Practice No. 6

    Photo GallerySpring Practice Highlights

  • Falcons Begin Week Two Of Spring Practice

    Photo GalleryHead Coach Dino Babers Interview

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