The Miami RedHawks are off to a much better second half. They still trail by 36 points, but for the first time in 12 quarters they've managed to score an offensive touchdown. It had been 195 minutes and 44 seconds since Miami's offense had found the endzone, but with 2:16 left in the third quarter, Austin Boucher connected with Rokeem Williams on 4th and goal from the one-yard line to end the streak.
There was some controversy as to whether or not Williams had possession of the ball, as it was knocked out of his hands while he was bobbling it, but after a review, the officials confirmed the touchdown.
Miami still trails Illinois 43-7, but it's all about baby steps for the FBS's worst offense.