AMHERST, N.Y. -- James Starks ran 26 times for 177 yards in a 37-17 Buffalo win over Miami of Ohio Tuesday night.
Starks ran for two touchdowns, including a 62-yard score in the fourth quarter to seal the win for Buffalo (5-4, 3-2 Mid-American Conference). It was his third TD run of 50 yards or more this season.
Drew Willy completed 18-of-29 for 245 yards and two touchdowns, tying Marty Barrett for the Buffalo all-time record with his 44th career TD pass.
Buffalo struck first after Willy scored on a 1-yard plunge set up by a 36-yard completion to Roosevelt that was first ruled a touchdown.
Miami (2-7, 1-4 MAC) answered with a 39-yard Nathan Parseghian field goal, but Willy and Roosevelt connected again, this time for 34 yards and a 14-3 lead.
Belton led the Red Hawks on a 13-play, 88-yard drive, scoring on a 7-yard quarterback draw to cut the lead to 14-10.
Both teams were given an NCAA exemption to wear their home colors for the Election Night game. Miami donned its home reds and Buffalo its traditional royal blues to reflect the 2004 election results of both school's home states.
Most of the coaches in the ACC elected to stay out of satellite camp season, believing they had little to gain.
Oregon wide receiver and track start Devon Allen, who will attempt to make the U.S. Olympic team, leads a list of elite speedsters in the conference.
BYU is eager to leave independence behind and join a Power 5 conference, but it won't change its longstanding policy of not playing on Sundays, athletic director Tom Holmoe said Thursday.
Today in the archives: we had to narrow down Bo Jackson's clip reel to just his college football highlights.
Outside of a brutal stretch in the middle of the season, this is a very manageable schedule for the Vols.
Nebraska is looking to get off to a better start this season, and it should be able to do that against a team in transition in Fresno State.