TOLEDO, Ohio -- Julian Reams rushed for three touchdowns to lead Florida International to a 35-16 win over Toledo Saturday night.
Reams' first TD put the Golden Panthers (1-3) in front 14-13 in the second quarter. T.Y. Hilton returned the second half kickoff 55 yards, and on the next play, Reams ran 27 yards for his second score to put Florida International ahead to stay, 21-16.
Reams finished with 75 yards on 19 carries. Hilton caught a 37-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter.
Toledo (1-3) jumped out to a 13-0 lead and led 16-14 at the half, but couldn't score after the break. They outgained Florida International in total offense, 302 yards to 239, but gave up four turnovers.
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