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Kent State's Norman Wolfe Jr. breaks up a pass intended for Ohio's Ryan Clark during the fourth quarter.

MAC: No. 23 Kent State 28, Ohio 6

KENT, Ohio – C.J. Malauulu returned an interception 33 yards for a touchdown – 12 seconds after another Kent State TD – and the No. 23 Golden Flashes completed a perfect season in the Mid-American Conference with their 10th straight win, 28-6 over Ohio on Friday.

The regular-season finale was a tuneup for Kent State (11-1, 8-0 MAC), which will meet No. 24 Northern Illinois in next week's MAC championship.

The win allowed the Golden Flashes to continue the best season in the program's 90-year history. They are ranked for the first time since 1972, the last time they appeared in a bowl game.

Trayion Durham rushed for 97 yards and scored on a 15-yard run in the first quarter to put Kent State ahead 14-0.

On Ohio's next play, Malauulu picked off Tyler Tettleton and scored.

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