CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Chris Reynolds threw for a touchdown and ran for another as Charlotte scored 34-unanswered points to beat Middle Tennessee 34-20 on Saturday.
Middle Tennessee capped its first drive with a score but McCallister's 2-yard touchdown run quickly tied it up. Two more consecutive Charlotte touchdowns followed, on Reynolds' 19-yard scoring run late in the first quarter and on another short TD lunge by McCallister early in the second, for a 21-7 advantage. Cruz capped the first-half scoring with a 38-yard field goal to make it 24-7 at intermission.
O'Hara led Middle Tennessee with 118 yards passing and 148 yards rushing.
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