Todman's 5-yard rushing touchdown on the first play of the fourth quarter gave Connecticut a 23-7 lead. He rushed for 157 yards on 25 attempts, including a 53-yard run.
Connecticut never trailed in the game and continues to dominate against the Mid-American Conference, moving to 15-1 all time against conference opponents.
Ohio had opportunities but squandered most of them. Patrick Tafua had intercepted in the first quarter, returning it to Connecticut's 6-yard line. But Scott turned the ball over three plays later, which led to the first touchdown of the game for the Huskies, putting them up 7-0.
Frazer's second interception of the game was tipped by a defensive player, as Ohio linebacker Melvin Payne came down with the ball. On the ensuing drive, Jackson rolled to his left on a third-and-14 and found Price in the end zone to make the score 7-7.
Connecticut pulled ahead 23-13 with less than 8 minutes left in the game when Frazer was intercepted by Gerald Moore. The Bobcats were only able to get a field goal out of the drive, though.