Garrett rushed 23 times for 222 yards, and Jackson was 15-of-20 for 190 yards for Ohio (4-8, 3-5 Mid-American Conference.) Jackson had touchdown passes of 3 and 2 yards, but also connected with Taylor Price for a 51-yard score.
Dan Raudebaugh was 26-of-41 for 258 yards and a touchdown for Miami (2-10, 1-7). Andre Bratton had 100 yards on 17 carries.
Chris Givins scored for the RedHawks on a 15-yard pass from Raudebaugh and on a 60-yard return of a blocked punt. Nathan Parseghian kicked field goals of 35, 39, 34 and 22 yards.
Ohio took a 10-3 lead on a 22-yard TD run by Garrett with 5:45 left in the second quarter and led the rest of the way. Garrett scored on a 79-yard run with 1:43 left to play to give the Bobcats a 41-19 lead, until Raudebaugh's TD pass to Givens with 26 seconds remaining.
Oklahoma will pay football coach Lincoln Riley $25 million over the next five years, including $4.8 million this season.
Virginia Tech starting quarterback Josh Jackson has had his academic issue resolved and remains on the team, according to multiple reports.
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Former Notre Dame running back Allen Pinkett told the South Bend Tribune that he and play-by-play man Don Criqui, also a Notre Dame alum, are out as the radio broadcast team for the Fighting Irish.
No. 1 is No. 1 for a reason, just ask Alabama, which landed another ESPN 300 prospect on Monday.
Washington State coach Mike Leach retweeted a video Sunday that was edited to misrepresent comments made by President Barack Obama during a 2014 speech in Belgium.