Cardiac Cowboys Best Bobcats, 34-33

Sept. 22, 2007

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ATHENS, Ohio (AP) -- Devin Moore rushed for 198 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and Karsten Sween passed for two more as Wyoming rallied to beat Ohio 34-33 Saturday.

Sween was intercepted four times but connected with Michael Ford on a 5-yarder with 2:02 to play to give Wyoming (3-1) its first lead since Sween's 4-yard TD throw to David Leonard four minutes into the first quarter.

Mic Braunstein kicked field goals of 42, 27, 27 and 30 yards for Ohio (2-2). Brad Bower was 14-of-28 for 227 yards, including a 68-yard TD pass to Andrew Mooney for the Bobcats' only offensive score.

The rest of Ohio's scoring came on a 94-yard kickoff return by Chris Garrett, and a 30-yard interception return by Jameson Hartke.

Wyoming senior wide receiver Michael Ford (8) hauls in the game-winning touchdown pass. (Jamie Christian Photography)


Ohio's biggest lead was at 23-6 after Braunstein's third field goal, early in the third quarter. But then Moore scored twice in a little over six minutes.

The Cowboys overcame seven turnovers to win the game, five interceptions and two fumbles. Wyoming forced Ohio into four turnovers, two interceptions and two fumbles.