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Marshall rallies late, outduels SMU with a touchdown in OT
Published October 2, 2005
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - In a game in which he threw for 314 yards on 34-of-60 passing, quarterback Bernie Morris took to the ground for two late touchdowns, including the winner in overtime, to lead Marshall over SMU 16-13 on Saturday.
Marshall was held scoreless through three quarters before charging back to tie it at 10 late in the fourth.
Kicker Chris McMurtray's line-drive 40-yard field goal gave SMU the overtime lead, but Morris responded with a 15-yard scramble to win the game for Marshall.
SMU had only seven first downs in the game but led 10-0 midway through the fourth. That's when a 15-play Marshall drive led to the Thundering Herd's first score, a 24-yard field goal by Ian O'Connor.
SMU could not advance the ball on the next possession, and Morris again led Marshall down the field, culminating in a 4-yard touchdown run to tie it.
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