UConn RB Brown has 208 yards in first half
TORONTO -- Connecticut's Donald Brown, the nation's leading rusher, had 208 yards rushing -- 6 short of his career high -- on 16 carries in the first half of a 38-20 win over Buffalo in the International Bowl on Saturday.
The junior, who's averaging 151.83 yards per game, scored 45-yard run, and set up another touchdown with a career-best 75-yard run. Brown's touchdown was his 18th of the season.
Brown finished with 261 yards.
Despite Brown's production, the Huskies trailed 20-17 at the break because of five turnovers.
Rutgers' Ray Rice holds the International Bowl record with 280 yards rushing in a 52-30 win Ball State last year in the bowl's second year.
Georgia Tech's P.J. Daniels holds the bowl record with 307 yards rushing against Tulsa in the 2004 Humanitarian Bowl.
Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press
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