Casey Kacz connected with Ryan Carney for a 10-yard touchdown with just three seconds remaining to lift visiting Buffalo State (2-1) to a stunning 7-6 victory over the No. 1 team in the nation UW-Whitewater (1-1) today at Perkins Stadium. The loss by the Warhawks snapped the three-time defending national champions' 46-game winning streak.
UW-Whitewater extended its lead to 6-0 with a 29-yard field goal by Eric Kindler with just 1:35 remaining, before the Bengals' drove the length of the field for the score.
After a touchback, the Bengals started on their own 25, and used 11 plays to march down the field. After picking up a quick first down, Buffalo State saw a false start penalty and a sack push them into a fourth-and-19 with 48 seconds remaining. The Bengals coverted on a miracle hook and double-lateral play to Carney, continued by Rich Pete and then Brooks Estarfaa for a 34-yard gain. Although a personal foul penalty at the end of the play negated 15 yards, it kept the fresh set of downs intact.
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