DURHAM, N.H. (AP) -- A one-yard touchdown dive by John McCoy with
45 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter gave New Hampshire a
33-27 win over Hofstra on Saturday.
Ricky Santos brought the ball to the Hofstra 14 with a 19-yard
pass to David Bailey and several runs set up McCoy's dive for a
31-27 lead. In the ensuing 2-point conversion, Santos extended the
lead to 33.
New Hampshire (5-2, 2-2) took a 3-0 lead in the first quarter on
a 33-yard field goal by Connor McCormick. Hofstra (3-4, 1-3)jumped
up 10-3 on a 41-yard field goal by Chris Onorato and a 19-yard pass
play from Anton Clarkson to Devale Ellis. A McCoy TD reception tied
the score at 10.
Hofstra capitalized on two New Hampshire turnovers to score two
touchdowns in 35 seconds. Terry Crenshaw's 20-yard run and
Sullivan's 9-yard TD reception made it 24-10 to end the second
A McCormick field goal and a Santos to Bailey 28-yard scoring
play brought the score to 24-19.
In the fourth quarter, Onotaro's second field goal gave Hofstra
a 27-19 lead. Santos hit Aaron Brown on a 14-yard scoring play to
bring the score to 27-25.<
Here are five storylines to keep in mind as USC turns the page and dives into the next recruiting cycle.
As the smallest school Power 5 school, Wake Forest far exceeded expectations by hauling in 20 three-star prospects for a class ranked 50th overall.
Fans have been salivating for more meetings between the Pac-12 and SEC, so even a matchup without each league's top teams is enticing.
The Mountaineers had lost four straight ahead of the game against Texas Tech. They won that one, plus four of the last five to end the season strong.
Heels pick up a big in-state recruiting victory with 2017 DT Riley.
No more gentemen's agreements: The Big Ten's upward trend began when they started recruiting by more modern "rules."
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