Kent State Vs. Buffalo Score Update: Flashes Take 10-7 Lead Into Half

The Kent State Golden Flashes are leading 10-7 over the Buffalo Bulls at halftime of Wednesday night's conference battle. After a scoreless first quarter, the Golden Flashes got on the board when Dri Archer rushed into the endzone from 11 yards out. They extended the lead to 10-0 with just under six minutes left in the game, when Freddy Cortez banged home a 23-yard field goal.

The Bulls added a touchdown on the final play of the half on a Hail Mary, with Alex Neutz hauling in a 46-yard bomb from quarterback Alex Zordich. Those 46 yards accounted for more than half of Zordich's total, as the Bulls quarterback went only 3-for-12 for 80 yards in the first half to go along with the one touchdown.

The Flashes were led in the first half by by Archer, who gained 97 yards on just six carries to go along with his one touchdown.

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