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UB Stadium, Buffalo, New York Attendance: 20,042
Allison scores in overtime as Ohio edges Buffalo 21-20
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BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) O'Shaan Allison scored in overtime and Louie Zervos won it with the extra point as Ohio defeated Buffalo 21-20 on Saturday.
Buffalo had first possession in overtime and quarterback Kyle Vantrease scored on a 3-yard run. However, freshman kicker Jackson Baltar missed the extra point. Baltar also missed both of his field-goal attempts.
The Bobcats (2-3, 1-0 Mid-American) gave the ball to Allison on all five of their plays in overtime. His touchdown covered the last five yards, giving him 96 yards for the game.
Buffalo led 7-0 at halftime and the game was tied at 7 heading to the fourth quarter.
Buffalo went ahead 14-7 on a 34-yard TD pass from Vantrease to Antonio Nunn in the first minute of the fourth quarter. Ohio tied it on a 1-yard run by Allison with 10:39 remaining. Both teams missed a field goal later in the period.
Kevin Marks had a game-high 112 yards on the ground for the Bulls (2-4, 0-2).
Updated October 5, 2019