TAMPA, Fla. -- It seemed like Connecticut was well on its way to just bleeding out the clock and stuffing a mistake-prone South Florida offense.
But Jordan Todman committed a rare huge error himself. The UConn star fumbled at his own 30, setting the Bulls up with their best field position of the night. Bobby Eveld, who has struggled while throwing three interceptions, hit Dontavia Bogan moments later to cut the lead to 16-13.
West Virginia fans perked up a little bit on that one. There's 8:38 left, and now the pressure shifts to UConn, which would need a long time to get over blowing a 10-point fourth quarter lead with the BCS in the balance. We'll find out what the Huskies are made of now, as South Florida finally has some momentum on its side.