Toledo fell to Miami in the MAC Championship Game with a score of 23-14, snapping their 11-game winning streak. Toledo's quarterback, Dequan Finn, threw for 273 yards and accounted for two touchdowns, but it wasn't enough to secure a victory. Toledo will carry an 11-2 record into their upcoming bowl game.

Why It Matters

The loss in the MAC Championship Game not only ends Toledo's winning streak but also determines their bowl game destination. It highlights the competitiveness of the MAC Conference and the importance of each game in the pursuit of a conference championship.

By the Numbers
  • Toledo's quarterback Dequan Finn threw for 273 yards and a touchdown.
  • Dequan Finn also rushed for a three-yard touchdown.
  • Toledo's wide receiver Junior Vandeross had six receptions for 106 yards.
State of Play
  • Toledo rallied from a 10-0 deficit to take a 14-13 lead in the third quarter.
  • Miami regained the lead in the fourth quarter with a field goal and a touchdown.
  • Toledo had a chance to tie the game in their final possession but had an interception in the end zone.
Bottom Line

Toledo's loss in the MAC Championship Game puts an end to their winning streak and forces them to regroup for their upcoming bowl game. Despite the loss, the team's performance throughout the season showcases their competitiveness and potential for success in future matchups.