Sunday, September 16, 2012

College Football's Active Winning Streak Snapped, UW-Whitewater 46 Game Win Streak Stopped By Buffalo State 7-6

College football’s longest active winning streak came to an end on Saturday.  The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, a NCAA Division III school, had won 46 straight games. 
The Buffalo State Bengals put a stop to that streak in dramatic fashion.  Down 6-0 to UW-Whitewater the Bengals started their final drive with 1:35 left in the fourth quarter.
Later in the drive the Bengals were facing 4th and 19 with 48 seconds remaining and needed a miracle. Buff. State went into their bag of tricks, the hook and ladder, and the miracle was granted.
Here’s the 4th and 19 play. (Thanks BengalsAthletics)

That’s Buffalo State quarterback Casey Kacz connecting with Ryan Carney, to Rich Pete, then to Brooks Estarfaa for a 34 yard gain keep the Bengals alive.
With three seconds left in the game Casey Kacz found Ryan Carney again for a 10 yard touchdown and with the extra point won it for Buff. State.

Here’s the Bengal touchdown. (Thanks UW-Whitewater)

And here’s sound with Buffalo State head coach Jerry Boyes.(Thanks

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