ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Navy had blown a 21-point lead, and the Midshipmen were in desperate need of a late stop to stave off another Connecticut comeback. Aided by a questionable bit of clock management by the Huskies, Navy pulled out a 28-24 victory Saturday. Former Newsome High standout Will Worth scored two touchdowns in his debut as Navy's starting quarterback, the last on a 1-yard run with 3:08 left. That made it 28-24, but Connecticut wasn't done. The Huskies moved 79 yards to the Navy 1-yard line and took their final timeout with 17 seconds left, though the game clock had stopped on an out-of-bounds play. Ron Johnson was subsequently stuffed on a rush attempt, and time expired before Connecticut could run another play. "Things looked bleak," Navy coach Ken Niumatalolo said. "I didn't see the play. I was closing my eyes praying. Shows you what kind of coach I am. I just looked up and our guys were cheering." Huskies coach Bob Diaco was at a loss to explain what transpired on the Connecticut sideline during the final seconds. "I take full accountability," he said.Worth, a senior, started in place of Tago Smith, who tore his right ACL in the season opener against Fordham. In addition to capably directing the triple option, he ran for 44 yards, completed his first four passes and finished 6-for-8 for 130 yards. "I felt pretty good with everything," Worth said. "There were a couple (plays) I definitely would like to have back. For the most part, I felt good to get out there and see it all live." Michigan pounds UCF ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Wilton Speight threw two of his four touchdown passes to Jake Butt, and Khalid Hill ran for two scores, helping No. 5 Michigan rout UCF 51-14. The Wolverines have won their first two games by a combined total of 97 points. Butt's second touchdown reception early in the second quarter gave Michigan a 31-0 lead. Hill got his second score early in the third to pad the lead to 41-7. "It felt like we weren't up by enough," said Amara Darboh, who caught five passes for 111 yards and two touchdowns.Knights quarterback Justin Holman landed awkwardly at the end of a run in the first half, walked off the field gingerly after an evaluation and didn't return. He had an undisclosed injury and was replaced by Nick Patti. No. 4 Ohio State 48, Tulsa 3: After piling up a school-record 776 yards of offense the previous week against Bowling Green, host Ohio State didn't score an offensive touchdown against Tulsa until quarterback J.T. Barrett ran in from 11 yards with 9:42 left in the third quarter. Tailback Mike Weber, Barrett and H-back Curtis Samuel added scoring runs later in the second half to put the game out of reach. Lightning in the area extended halftime to about 70 minutes, and driving rain fell throughout the second half. No. 6 Houston 42, Lamar 0: The host Cougars easily overcame the absence of injured quarterback Greg Ward Jr. and a 31/2-hour lightning delay. "We train for that kind of chaos," coach Tom Herman said. With Ward nursing an injured right shoulder, backup Kyle Postma ran 39 yards for a score in the first quarter in a game that lasted six hours, 18 minutes. No. 23 Baylor 40, SMU 13: Seth Russell threw for 261 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another score for host Baylor, which struggled offensively in the first half and had to settle for a 6-6 tie at intermission. But they broke through with a 20-point third quarter. Cincinnati 38, Purdue 20: Tommy Tuberville was 3 years old the last time Cincinnati won a road game against a Big Ten opponent, beating Indiana in 1957 in Bloomington. Tuberville, who turns 62 on Sept. 18, got an early present in Ross-Ade Stadium as quarterback Hayden Moore passed for three scores and ran for two, and linebacker Mike Tyson intercepted Purdue's David Blough three times. "With five turnovers, you're going to win most of your games," Tuberville said. "I don't care if you are playing on the moon." Temple 38, Stony Brook 0: Phillip Walker threw three touchdown passes and host Temple got its first shutout win in two seasons. E. Carolina 33, N.C. State 30: Anthony Scott scored the go-ahead touchdown with 5:49 left for host East Carolina.