Bulls force overtime at Miami

November, 27, 2010
11/27/10
3:21
PM ET
South Florida had a 10-0 lead, saw Miami rally for 17 straight points and then tied the score with two minutes left. Now we're headed to overtime.

Quarterback switches have spelled the story for both teams. Bobby Eveld came in for the injured B.J. Daniels to start the half, and both Bulls touchdowns have come with the true freshman at the helm. He led a very impressive, 9-play, 81-yard drive for the tying score, completing two very well-thrown balls to Dontavia Bogan along the way.

Down 10-0, Miami lifted Stephen Morris for Jacory Harris, and the Hurricanes finally got some life on offense. But Harris, an interception machine, was picked off by Jerrell Young with five seconds in regulation as Miami was in range for a long field goal.

South Florida has turned in an outstanding effort in this one to give itself a chance. Can the Bulls finish the deal in overtime?

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