Allen leads comeback, Louisiana Tech beats UAB 37-34 in 2OT

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RUSTON, La. (AP) — Aaron Allen threw a pair of fourth-quarter landing passes, Jacob Barnes made a 35-yard discipline purpose within the second time beyond regulation and Louisiana Tech beat UAB 37-34 on Saturday evening.

UAB (4-3, 2-1 Convention USA) led 31-17 on the finish of the third quarter. Allen threw a 24-yard landing cross to Jawaun Johnson to open the fourth, and a 24-yard rating to Adrian Hardy with 10 seconds left to pressure time beyond regulation.

The groups traded discipline targets within the first time beyond regulation. Bee Jay Williamson, who additionally had two interceptions for Louisiana Tech (4-3, 3-2), pressured a Spencer Brown fumble within the second OT that arrange Barnes’ game-winning kick.

Allen was 18-of-26 passing for 191 yards. Luke Anthony was 11 of 20 for 141 yards passing with a landing. Hardy caught two landing passes and completed with seven receptions for 101 yards.

Brown and DeWayne McBride every had two landing runs for UAB. Brown completed with 140 yards, and McBride had 133, together with a 75-yard scoring run.

Williamson intercepted a Bryson Lucero cross after which lateraled to Khalil Ladler, who ran 81 yards untouched alongside the sideline and into the top zone, giving the Bulldogs a 10-0 lead.

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