CHRARLESTON, S.C. -- London Johnson accounted for 263 yards running and passing and a rushing touchdown and Tyler Tekac made a 42-yard field goal as time expired to give Charleston Southern a 20-19 win over Liberty on Saturday.
Just 71 seconds before Tekac's heroics, Alex Probert made a 49-yard field goal to put the Flames ahead 19-17. On Charleston Southern's game-winning drive, Juwan Wells sacked Johnson for an 11-yard loss to force third-and-21. After the Buccaneers called timeout to stop the clock, Johnson completed a 25-yard pass to Saire Davis for a first down. Johnson then ran for 9 yards before completing a 9-yard pass to Geoffrey Wall and an 18-yarder to Kenny Dinkins to put Charleston Southern (6-5, 3-2 Big South) at Liberty's 25-yard line to set up Tekac.
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