OXFORD, Ohio -- Brett Gabbert's two short touchdown runs and Bart Baratti's interception return for a score powered a breakaway second quarter as Miami (Ohio) rolled over Tennessee Tech 48-17 on Saturday.
The RedHawks (1-1) went into the second quarter with a 10-3 lead and erupted for 31 unanswered points in the period. Gabbert completed 10 of 17 passes for 152 yards and carried the ball twice -- each time for a touchdown.
Davion Johnson scored twice as Miami scored five rushing touchdowns, piling up 190 yards on the ground. Miami outgained the Golden Eagles (1-1) 349 yards of offense to 282.
Miami scored 17 points off three Golden Eagles turnovers.
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Linebacker Jon Greenard and defensive end Jabari Zuniga will be game-time decisions for No. 9 Florida heading into Saturday's game against South Carolina.
No. 12 Oregon's leading receiver Jacob Breeland out for season with leg injury
Jacob Breeland, who leads No. 12 Oregon in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns, is out for the season with a leg injury.
Georgia guard Justin Shaffer ruled out vs. Kentucky
Left guard Justin Shaffer has been ruled out of No. 10 Georgia's game against Kentucky on Saturday because of a neck injury.
Virginia cornerback Bryce Hall has ankle surgery, out for season
Virginia All-American cornerback Bryce Hall, who led the nation with 22 pass breakups in 2018, has had surgery on his left ankle and will miss the rest of the season.
Boston College QB Anthony Brown to miss rest of season
Boston College quarterback Anthony Brown will miss the rest of the 2019 season with a lower leg injury he suffered earlier this month.
Texas loses two more starters to injury in loss
Banged-up Texas lost safety Chris Brown and linebacker Jeffrey McCulloch to injuries last weekend.