Bowling Green wide receiver Eugene Cooper caught four of quarterback Matt Schilz's five touchdown passes on his way to 134 yards against Morgan State.
Cooper now has six scores through two games for what appears to be a much-improved offense. Schilz now has seven scores and just one INT through two games. Cooper's emergence has come at Kamar Jorden's expense, and we can't see Jorden being down all season. Still, Cooper is too hot right now to leave for someone else. Add him and see how long it lasts.