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Redhawks At Gophers: Miami (Ohio) Strikes Back To Make It 29-23

The Miami (Ohio) University Redhawks needed to make something happen to get back into the game against the Minnesota Golden Gophers, and they did just that after giving up a blocked punt for a touchdown by getting a touchdown of their own.

Redhawks' quarterback Zac Dysert went to work after the Redhawks retook possession of the ball, hitting Dawan Scott for a 22-yard gain on the first play of the drive. On a big 3rd-and-4, Dysert hit Nick Harwell for six yards to keep the drive alive for Miami (Ohio). After a 19-yard completion to Harwell put the Redhawks, Dysert then found Scott again for a 26-yard touchdown strike. Mason Krysinski converted the extra point, and the Golden Gophers' lead was back down to six at 29-23.

The Gophers have retaken possession and are currently at their own 42-yard line, looking at 2nd-and-2 with around seven minutes left in the game.

Can the Gophers get their first win of 2011? Keep it right here to find out!

Photographs by Micah Taylor, clairity, and Fibonacci Blue used in background montage under Creative Commons. Thank you.