HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) -- Ricky Santos threw a 5-yard touchdown
pass to Aaron Brown with 6:40 left to lift New Hampshire to a 29-26
win over Hofstra on Saturday.
Santos was 23-of-35 for 285 yards and four touchdown passes for
the Wildcats (8-1, 6-1 Atlantic 10), who won their fourth in a row.
David Ball had two scoring receptions of 30 and 14 yards. Hofstra
quarterback Anton Clarkson was 32-for-48 for 322 yards and three
touchdowns, but he also threw four interceptions.
His 22-yard TD throw to Terry Crenshaw in the third quarter
closed the gap to 21-19. The 2-point conversion failed. The Pride
(5-4, 3-3) then moved in front 26-21 on Clarkson's 10-yard TD pass
to Brandon Sebald late in the third.
Santos sealed the win with his scoring pass to Brown, then made
the 2-point conversion with a pass to Ball.
Western Kentucky commit Jared Nash launches this snap from the bleachers and successfully sinks it in the garbage can.
Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher hopes quarterback Sean Maguire is ready to go full speed by the middle of June.
Graduate transfer quarterback Davis Webb has officially joined California, giving the Golden Bears an experienced option to replace No. 1 overall NFL draft pick Jared Goff.
First-year football coach Dino Babers, hired by former Syracuse AD Mark Coyle, is on the committee that will search for Coyle's replacement.
Hugh Freeze has some major holes to fill on offense with the departures of Laremy Tunsil and Laquon Treadwell, but there is Chady Kelly and good depth.
After transferring in from Montana State, Dakota Prukop has a checklist he's working from as he prepares to compete for the Oregon job.
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