In the penultimate game of his college career, Buffalo starting safety Mike Newton (Calvert Hall) had perhaps his best performance of his season in the Bulls' 42-17 victory over host Miami of Ohio on Wednesday. The senior recorded 10 tackles (five solo, five assist), intercepted a pass and recovered a fumble. Both of Newton's takeaways came when the RedHawks were driving deep into Buffalo territory and threatening to score. First, Newton picked off a pass from Miami quarterback Zac Dysert on the Bulls' goal line and returned it 30 yards in the first quarter. Then, in the fourth quarter, with Buffalo holding a 28-10 advantage, the safety scooped up the ball after defensive back Domonic Cook forced wide receiver Brayden Coombs to cough it up on the Bulls' 1. Newton returned the fumble 24 yards. He also broke up a pass in the game. Senior defensive tackle Dane Robinson (Calvert Hall) didn't start for Buffalo, but he recorded three solo tackles, including a sack of Dysert for a loss of 13 yards in the third quarter. Robinson also took down running back Thomas Merriweather for a loss of 1 yard in the first quarter.