DURHAM, N.H. -- Chris Houston came up with two interceptions as New Hampshire forced three turnovers to defeat Maine 30-27 on Saturday.
The Black Bears' loss ended their chance at their first Colonial Athletic Association title since 2002.
New Hampshire (8-3, 5-2) trailed 20-16 before scoring after two turnovers.
On the kickoff, Maine's Kendall James fumbled and Manny Asam came up with the ball for the Wildcats on the Maine 18. Nico Steriti ran the first play from scrimmage into the end zone for a 30-23 lead with 13:26 to play.
Warren Smith was 22 of 37 for a touchdown and 184 yards for Maine (8-3, 6-2), which needed a win to clinch a share of the CAA crown.
SVP analyzes Jim Harbaugh's vague tweet criticizing the SEC for whining about his satellite camps, and reminds us of the coach doing some whining of his own during the season.
Texas A&M's Noel Mazzone talks with SEC Network's Kayce Smith about his decision to join the Aggies as the new offensive coordinator.
Florida linebacker Jarrad Davis discusses why he decided to return to Gainesville for his senior year.
Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn discusses how the Tigers went after big playmakers over the past few years.
Former University of Houston security guard Derrick Dewayne Hicks was indicted on Wednesday for an assault following UH's win in the AAC title game last December, according to multiple reports.
Tony Kornheiser suggests the SEC is looking to ban the Michigan football team from spending spring break in Florida because they fear Jim Harbaugh.
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