- Ted Miller, College Football
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GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Connecticut probably will need to score an offensive touchdown if it's going to make a run in the fourth quarter of the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
So far, the offense has produced just a field goal, with a pick-six and a 95-yard kickoff return providing the two touchdowns.
And, of course, that makes the Huskies chances to come back from a 34-20 deficit pretty dim.
Oklahoma has outgained the Huskies 394 yards to 217.
The Sooners could make things easier by making another big mistake, but they may be content to play things conservatively and see if the Huskies can move the ball.