AP-Mardy Gilyard had 103 yards receiving and caught a 32-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to help the North race to a 31-13 victory over the South in Saturday's Senior Bowl.
The Cincinnati receiver didn't need to hook up frequently with college teammate Tony Pike to be the game's big playmaker. Florida quarterback Tim Tebow, meanwhile, had a shaky outing running a pro-style offense against a sturdy defense.
He fumbled twice and finished 8 of 12 passing for 50 yards in the showcase for senior NFL prospects.
One of the nation's top all-purpose threats, Gilyard also set up a third-quarter touchdown with a 43-yard catch down the right sideline. Both that pass and the TD came from Central Michigan's Dan LeFevour.
Michigan defensive lineman Brandon Graham forced had two sacks and was chosen the game's Most Valuable Player.
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