AMHERST, N.Y. (AP) -- Quarterback Nate Davis threw for three
touchdowns while B.J. Hill ran for 116 yards and a pair of scores
as Ball State snapped a four-game losing streak, downing Buffalo
Ball State (2-4, 2-1 Mid-American Conference) rolled up 232
yards rushing and 494 yards of total offense.
The Cardinals opened the game with six straight running plays,
driving 65 yards, culminating with MiQuale Lewis' 6-yard touchdown
run. Lewis ran for 99 yards on 10 carries.
Ball State jumped in front early with a 17-point first quarter.
Moss recovered a blocked punt in the end zone and Brian Jackson
connected on a 39-yard field goal.
Kareem Byrom intercepted Davis for a 43-yard touchdown return,
while Drew Willy directed scoring drives of 88 and 80 yards,
throwing a 20-yard TD pass to Ernest Jackson and a 10-yard toss to
Forced into a passing game, the Bulls (1-4, 0-3) mounted just 42
Willy threw for a career-high 321 yards, completing 27 of 40
attempts, but had his streak of 131 attempts without an
interception broken with a second-quarter pickoff by linebacker
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