GoDaddy.com Bowl Final Score: Miami (Ohio) 35, Middle Tennessee State 21

Time is running out in the 2011 GoDaddy.com Bowl, and it appears as though Miami's transmogrification from I-A laughingstocks to MACtion heroes will have a happy ending.

The fourth quarter opens with Dwight Dasher's second interception of the night, which is returned for 23 yards, but the ensuing field goal attempt by the RedHawks is blocked, and the one-score game remains a one-score game. The Blue Raiders go three-and-out thanks to two sacks in three plays on Dasher, and Austin Boucher and Thomas Merriweather set up to put this iteration of Red vs. Blue on ice. The drive is a productive one in terms of both distance and clock; six minutes and 65 yards later, Boucher hits Nick Harwell with a five-yard scoring pass. With 6:15 remaining in the game, Miami leads MTSU, 35-21. Dasher's third interception at the 4:57 mark, and his fourth at the 2:11 mark, remind us why the Blue Raiders ranked dead last nationally in turnover margin heading into tonight's game. And you'd think he would have learned his lesson about gambling by now. Red beats Blue in Mobile, 35-21.

Browse our 2010-2011 college football postseason hub for more bowl scores and highlights.

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