Behold, the saddest drive chart of the 2018 college football season
Sorry, Western Michigan fans, but this isn’t an award you want your team to win.
In a classic insane #MACtion kind of game, Ohio cruised to a 59-14 win over the Broncos and its 10th consecutive bowl eligible season. While the Bobcats certainly deserve some credit for this win, Western Michigan really just embarrassed itself on its home field Thursday night, finishing with what we think is the worst drive chart in college football so far this season.
The first half was particularly bad for the Broncos, starting with a missed 39-yard field goal. Hey, that happens and it was only the first drive of the game. But then it got so much worse.
Western Michigan’s eight remaining first-half possessions ended like this: Fumble, blocked punt returned for a touchdown, punt, interception, fumble, fumble, turnover on downs and fumble.
That’s not exactly ideal, especially considering Ohio scored five touchdowns in the first 30 minutes and entered halftime with a stunning 45-0 lead over the Broncos.
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