DURHAM, N.H. (AP) -- Steve Baylark ran for two touchdowns and
Liam Coen passed for two more as Massachusetts held off a late
rally by New Hampshire to win their seventh consecutive game, 28-20
over the Wildcats on Saturday.
Baylark carried the ball 20 times for 89 yards and scored on a
38-yard run in the first half and a 1-yard run early in the second
half as the Minutemen (8-1, 6-0 Atlantic 10) took a 28-3 lead.
New Hampshire (6-3, 3-3) stormed back as Ricky Santos threw TD
passes of 33 and 6 yards to David Ball. Their second touchdown
hookup with 6:48 to play in the game came on a fourth-and-2,
finished off a 97-yard drive, and pulled New Hampshire within
The Wildcats got the ball back on their own 21 with 3:40
remaining and drove all the way to the Massachusetts 3-yard line
with 24 seconds to play. But on fourth-and-goal, Santos' option
toss was batted away by defensive lineman John Hatchell and the
Santos finished 35-for-55 for 383 yards and also ran for a
team-high 55 yards, while Ball had eight receptions for 107 yards.
Keith Levan caught 12 passes for 115 yards for the Wildcats.
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