Coming out of the half, Connecticut ground the West Virginia defense down with a 14-play, 71-yard drive that culminated with a 24-yard touchdown run by Jordan Todman to tie the game at 10-10.
Despite holding the UConn offense quiet through much of the first half, the Mountaineers were finally victimized by their inability to hold onto the ball. On its first drive coming out of the locker room, West Virginia lost a fumble, its third turnover of the game, and Connecticut cashed it into points.
The Mountaineers are still holding on to about a 100-yard lead in total yardage. Nevertheless, the score is deadlocked now.