LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Former Alabama reserve quarterback Phillip Ely threw for 237 yards and the Toledo defense rattled No. 18 Arkansas into a number of mistakes in a 16-12 upset on Saturday.
Arkansas quarterback Brandon Allen threw his first interception since last Nov. 1 — after 134 attempts. He misfired on two passes from the Toledo 16 in the final six seconds.
Deep in their own territory, the Rockets gave up a safety with 52 seconds left that cut their lead to 4 points. Arkansas received the free kick, then drove from its 32 to the Rockets' 16 with no timeouts before Allen's throws sailed away.
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