Speed, an exploding call interrupted the Red Storm rally

Southeast Michigan Red Storm scored twice in the second half, but a pair of late interceptions and a controversial call were the difference, as the Michigan Gates held on to a 16-12 victory on Saturday night.

The Gators took a 13-0 lead at halftime, but Red Storm turned a pair of shuffles into a touchdown to pull within four points.

Tyler Lincoln forced a touchdown and Santino Patterson ran it 23 yards for the first touchdown of Red Storm in the third quarter. Lincoln resumed his own groping a few rounds later, running 15 yards to the finish line to make 16-12.

“We’re still playing well,” said Red Storm head coach Taylor Bates. “We were more of a team in the second half. I want us to start playing a little more at the beginning of the game and finish strong.”

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