UNH Tops McNeese State to Advance in FCS Playoffs

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November 28, 2009

UNH Tops McNeese State to Advance in FCS Playoffs LAKE CHARLES, La. — R.J. Toman
threw three touchdowns and rushed for a score to lead New Hampshire to
a 49-13 win over McNeese State on Saturday in the first round of the
Football Championship Subdivision playoffs.

The Wildcats (10-2) will visit Villanova next Saturday in the quarterfinals. Villanova beat Holy Cross 38-28 earlier in the day.

Toman, who went 17-for-25, threw for
240 yards and had two touchdowns throws of 9 yards and one of 38 yards. The
quarterback scored on a 1-yard run to give New Hampshire a 14-3 lead in
the first quarter.

The Cowboys (9-3) cut New Hampshire's
lead to one after Josh Lewis' 40-yard field goal and an 11-yard
touchdown run by Champlain Babin with 11:45 left in the first half.

But the Wildcats held McNeese State
scoreless the rest of the way, putting up 35 unanswered points to pull
away and snap the Cowboys' six-game winning streak.

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