David Ball, who will likely break a Jerry Rice college record of
50 touchdowns receptions this season, recorded three catches for
seven yards, but no touchdowns. He is three touchdown receptions
shy of Rice's I-AA record.
The Wildcats (2-0) scored touchdowns on each of their first five
possessions to build a 35-7 lead by the second quarter and took a
41-7 advantage into half-time.
New Hampshire quarterback Ricky Santos completed 10 of 16 pass
attempted for 88 yards. His 6-yard pass play to Evan Loring gave
New Hampshire a 13-0 lead, and a 25-yard pass to Aaron Brown
extended the advantage to 20-0 in the first quarter. Both Santos
and Ball were pulled from the game after the first half.
Stony Brook (0-3) was led by Steve Austin with 10 carries for 67
yards. Josh Dudash was 10-for-17 for 112 yards as the leading
passer. Anthony Hamilton scored for the Seawolves on a 10-yard run
with 54 seconds remaining in the first quarter.<