OXFORD, Ohio -- Brandon Oliver ran for two touchdowns and the defense added another on a fumble recovery Tuesday night as Buffalo routed winless Miami (Ohio) 44-7.
The Bulls (8-3, 6-1 Mid-American Conference) racked up 517 yards of total offense and held the RedHawks (0-11, 0-7) to just 200 total yards.
Anthone Taylor led a Buffalo ground attack that gained 311 total yards. He had 17 carries for 154 yards, and Oliver gained 150 yards on 26 carries, including TD runs of 1 and 10 yards. Joe Licata threw a 1-yard TD pass to Alex Dennison, Tony Daniel threw an 11-yarder to Devon Hughes and Patrick Clarke kicked three field goals.
Drew Kummer had the RedHawks' only TD, on a 2-yard run at 3:04 in the fourth quarter.
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