TOLEDO, Ohio -- Morgan Williams ran for two touchdowns to lead a balanced rushing attack in Toledo's 49-28 win over Miami (Ohio) on Saturday night.
The Rockets (5-3, 4-0 Mid-American Conference) rushed for 269 of their 497 yards of offense, with three players going for more than 60 yards.
Fluellen's 7-yard touchdown opened the scoring as Toledo tallied the game's first 28 points. The Rockets led 21-0 in the first quarter before Robert Bell returned a fumble 55 yards on Jayrone Elliott's sack of Miami quarterback Zac Dysert.
Dysert finished with 333 yards and two touchdowns on 14 of 37 passing for the RedHawks (2-5, 1-2), who had just 14 yards rushing.
Toledo stretched its winning streak to four straight, while Miami ended a two-game winning streak.
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