Football Bowl Subdivision
                      === Toledo takes out Cincinnati ===
 Toledo,  OH (Sports  Network) - Jordan Haden intercepted Munchie Legaux's pass
 with  less than  a minute to go in  the fourth quarter to seal the victory for
 the  Rockets, as Toledo  upset the  No. 21 Cincinnati  Bearcats, 29-23, at the
 Glass Bowl.
 Jeremiah  Detmer was a perfect 5-for-5 kicking field goals. After Toledo (7-1)
 ate up nearly eight minutes of the fourth-quarter clock, Detmer's 25-yard kick
 with  42  seconds to play  accounted for the  final margin, giving the Rockets
 their seventh straight victory.
 "It was a great win in the Glass Bowl tonight, it was great for our student
 body and the city of Toledo," said Toledo coach Matt Campbell. "I thought
 Cincinnati played hard and it was a great battle, but I'm really proud of our
 senior leadership and our coaches. Hopefully, this win gives us great momentum
 as we continue on through the rest of the season."
 Terrance  Owens completed 13-of-24 passes for 126 yards and ran for another 50
 on  14 carries for Toledo. Bernard Reedy paced all receivers with five catches
 for 72 yards and David Fluellen added 161 yards on 25 carries for the Rockets.
 Legaux struggled to get into a rhythm, completing just 15-of-36 passes for 227
 yards  with a touchdown and two interceptions. He added 66 yards rushing and a
 score  on  nine  carries  for  Cincinnati (5-1).
 Ralph  Abernathy  rushed for 98 yards  on just nine carries, while George Winn
 ran for 86 yards in the setback.
 Leading  16-13  at halftime, Toledo  opened the second  half with the ball and
 added three more to its advantage.
 The  Rockets  rushed their way  into Cincinnati  territory thanks to a 16-yard
 run  by Owens  and a 17-yard sprint  by Fluellen. After taking a sack on first
 down,  Owens  ran two  consecutive times  to move Toledo  to the Bearcats' 23.
 Fluellen  then  took two carries  for a  total of 21  yards down to the 2-yard
 line,  but Toledo  couldn't pick up another  yard and was forced to settle for
 Detmer's 20-yard kick.
 After  an exchange of  punts, Cincinnati took its first lead of the game. From
 their  own 30, Legaux completed passes of 33 yards to Kebrell Thompkins and 12
 yards  to Chris  Moore before throwing a  25-yard strike to Damon Julian for a
 touchdown to give the Bearcats a 20-19 lead.
 However,  their lead was short-lived, as Reedy returned the ensuing kickoff 91
 yards for a touchdown to put Toledo back on top 26-20.
 "When you give up a kick return for a touchdown, you know you are in trouble,
 and Toledo did a great job," said Cincinnati coach Butch Adams. "I have a
 tremendous amount of respect for their football program. Bernard Reedy is a
 great football player, but it is inexcusable that we gave them seven points."
 Trying  to catch Cincinnati off guard, Toledo attempted an onside kick but the
 Bearcats recovered and started at their own 47. However, Cincinnati squandered
 the  opportunity and was forced to go three-and-out, punting away with just 50
 seconds to play in the third.
 The  Bearcats capitalized  on their next touch after Toledo picked up just one
 first  down and  was  forced to  punt.  From its  own  32, Cincinnati  crossed
 midfield  following  Legaux's 22-yard  completion  to  Alex Chisum.  Abernathy
 rushed to the Rockets' 24 on a 6-yard run to set up Tony Miliano for a 41-yard
 field goal to make it a three-point game.
 However, after punting on its next possession, Cincinnati did not see the ball
 again  until there was  42 seconds left in the game. Toledo ran off a 15-play,
 59-yard  drive that led to Detmer's 25-yard game-sealing kick. Owens completed
 a  14-yard pass  to Reedy and then a  7-yard pass to Alonzo Russell to move to
 the  Bearcats' 37.  Toledo then ran nine rushing plays until Detmer kicked the
 field goal to put them up 29-23.
 Toledo built an advantage early, scoring the first 13 points of the game.
 After  forcing  Cincinnati three-and-out on  its first possession, Toledo took
 over  at  its own 45.  On 3rd-and-6, Owens completed  a 22-yard pass to Reedy,
 which set up a Detmer 43-yard field goal.
 The  Rockets  added seven more  shortly thereafter.  The Bearcats moved to the
 Toledo  40 on  a  7-yard run  by  Winn, but  on the  next  play Legaux's  pass
 was intercepted by Jermaine Robinson, who returned it 75 yards for a score.
 "We practiced disguising coverages all week and we knew we could confuse him
 (Munchie Legeaux) with some of our shifts and calls," said Robinson. "Once I
 had the ball in my hands, I just tried to make a play and fortunately it
 worked out."
 The  Bearcats  picked up  40 yards on  their next touch,  but once again their
 drive stalled and were forced to punt away. Toledo took over on its own 13 and
 after  Owens  ran nine yards to  pick up a  first down, he completed a 34-yard
 strike  to Reedy.  Owens  rushed for  15  more  yards to  move  Toledo to  the
 Bearcats' 29 and set Detmer up for 42-yard field goal.
 On  the ensuing  possession, Cincinnati's  offense  finally got  on the  board
 following  a  52-yard run by Abernathy  to the Rockets' 3-yard line. Two plays
 later, Legaux rushed into the end zone to make it a one-score game.
 Cincinnati  pulled within  three after forcing a turnover on the Rockets' next
 touch.  Toledo's Cassius McDowell ran for 13 yards on 3rd-and-2 but he fumbled
 on  the  play and Brandon Mills  of Cincinnati recovered. Legaux rushed for 25
 yards  on  second down to move  the Bearcats to  the opponent 23, but he threw
 three  straight incompletions. Miliano salvaged the drive with a 40-yard field
 Toledo   got  the  three  points  back  just  over  three  minutes  later.  On
 the  first  play of  the drive,  David Fluellen  broke off  a 44-yard run into
 Cincinnati territory before Owens completed a 14-yard pass to Russell, putting
 the Rockets on the Bearcats' 26. Detmer booted at 47-yard field goal following
 an Owens sack to give Toledo a 16-10 lead.
 The  Bearcats  reduced the advantage to  three after Legaux found Travis Kelce
 for  a 46-yard  completion.  The play  set  Cincinnati up  on  the Toledo  23,
 but  they only picked up three more yards and Miliano's kick from 37 yards out
 made it 16-13 at halftime.
                                   Game Notes
 Toledo  has  won three  straight in  the series ...  The Bearcats have totaled
 over  425 yards  of offense  in each  of  its first  six games  ... Kelce  led
 Cincinnati with three catches for 64 yards.
 10/21 00:18:29 ET