It’s probably human nature for Tennessee fans to look past Saturday’s game against Mid-American Conference school Bowling Green — it’s in Ohio, if you didn’t know that, and has quite a nice campus — and toward a showdown with No. 19 Oklahoma in the home opener next Saturday

But do so at your own peril. The Falcons are two-time MAC East Division champions and preseason favorites to three-peat. You can generally expect at least one MAC team to upset a Power 5 school each season. For example, Bowling Green did so to Big Ten school Indiana in 2014. The Falcons gave Florida all it could handle in the 2012 season opener in Gainesville. BGSU hasn’t beaten a ranked team since upsetting No. 25 Pittsburgh in its 2008 season opener.

Here are five Bowling Green players whom Vols fans should keep an eye on for Saturday’s game, the first-ever meeting between the schools. UT is a 22-point favorite for the game in Nashville.

QB Matt Johnson: He was one of the best quarterbacks in the conference in 2013 as a sophomore and was the MAC Championship Game MVP in an upset of No. 14 Northern Illinois by throwing for a career-high 393 yards and five touchdowns. Johnson was 25-for-36 for 313 yards and a touchdown in last year’s season opener against Western Kentucky but suffered a hip injury that ended his season. Johnson is healthy now and has every offensive starter from 2014 back, including the deepest group of receivers in the conference. Speaking of that …

WR Roger Lewis: In 2014, Lewis was named first team All-MAC, the first true freshman to earn that honor at Bowling Green since Brian McClure in 1982. Lewis caught 73 passes for 1,093 yards and seven touchdowns. In that upset of Indiana, Lewis caught 16 passes (a Bowling Green stadium record) for 149 yards and touchdown. It was one of six 100-yard games. Bowling Green returns 426 career receptions from its wide receivers and 37 career touchdowns overall. Stick Cameron Sutton on him perhaps?

RB Travis Greene: In 2013, Greene rushed for a school-record 1,549 yards, setting school records in that category as well as with 11 100-yard games. He also had 13 total touchdowns. Last season, Greene rushed for 949 yards and 12 touchdowns despite missing two games. He had 123 yards and a touchdown in the win over Indiana, one of five 100-yard games on the year. Greene added 27 catches for 175 yards and a touchdown.

DT Gus Schwieterman: Arguably Bowling Green’s two best defensive players this season would have been defensive lineman Bryan Thomas and cornerback Nick Johnson. But both have been dismissed from the team due to off-field incidents. Johnson led the team with five interceptions last year a true freshman and Thomas had eight sacks among his 48 tackles. So let’s go with Schwieterman as the top defensive impact player because if the Falcons can’t slow the UT running game, it’s going to be a long day. Schwieterman had 55 tackles, including 7.5 tackles for loss, and 2.5 sacks in 2014 as a freshman.

PK Tyler Tate/P Joe Davidson: The Falcons easily have the best special teams unit in the conference, also including kick returner Clint Stephens and punt returner Ryan Burbrink. And really any chance BGSU has for an upset is to dominate special teams. Tate’s 23 field goals last season set a school record. Davidson set school records with 82 punts for 3,497 yards. He had 14 punts of at least 50 yards and 24 punts downed inside the 20 with only three touchbacks.