Published: Mon, October 09, 2017
Sports | By Grace Becker

Western Michigan and Buffalo break FBS scoring record in 7OT thriller

Western Michigan and Buffalo break FBS scoring record in 7OT thriller

Seven overtimes in a game is interesting, but a sister on the field is on another level of intriguing.

Do not fret about the hug possibly costing Western Michigan the game.

That gave Western Michigan the opportunity to win on the next drive. It lasted less than a year, as the combined 139 points are two more than what the Panthers and Orange accumulated. The Akron Zips come to Kalamazoo for the Homecoming Game this Saturday. Both teams scored touchdowns in the second OT. This would have been the seventh-highest-scoring FBS game in the nation over the weekend, just on overtime points alone.

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Buffalo quarterback Drew Anderson finished 35-61 passing for 597 yards and seven touchdowns.

That was how many sisters jumped out of the stands to congratulate her brother - an unofficial record for both teams - after believing he scored the winning touchdown in the first overtime.

3 - Buffalo players over 100 yards of pass receiving; Anthony Johnson with 195, Kamathi Holsey with 143 and K.J. Osborn with 138.

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"We were locked in because the game was going", Osborn said. Johnson finished with 11 catches for 195 yards and two TDs, Holsey had six catches for 143 yards and one score and Osborn had seven receptions for 138 yards three touchdowns.

It's not often a football team scores 71 points, and has to rally on its last possession.

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