KENT, Ohio (AP) -- Dan Orlovsky threw for his third touchdown on
a 14-yard pass to O'Neil Wilson in overtime, giving Connecticut a
34-31 win over Kent State on Saturday.
Chris Bellamy ran for 212 yards and a touchdown for the Huskies
(5-3). Orlovsky completed 28 of 51 passes for 293 yards with three
touchdowns and an interception.
Connecticut tied the score 28-all with 1:51 left in regulation
when Orlovsky threw a 17-yard TD pass to Shaun Feldeisen and tossed
a two-point conversion to Keron Henry.
Kent State (3-5) got the ball back at its 29-yard line and moved
only 13 yards before punting with nine seconds to go.
The Golden Flashes (3-5) had the first possession in overtime
but couldn't get a first down. Travis Mayle kicked a 39-yard field
goal to give Kent State a 31-28 lead.
Orlovsky kept the Huskies from having to attempt a tying kick
when he found Henry for a 13-yard gain on third-and-11. After
Orlovsky threw an incompletion and Bellamy lost a yard on a run,
Orlovsky hit Wilson for the winning score on another third-and-11
Kent State's Joshua Cribbs ran for 38 yards and two touchdowns
and was 11-of-26 passing for 204 yards with a TD. He was sacked