Enders also rushed for two touchdowns for the Tigers (7-4, 6-2 Colonial Athletic Association). Ten receivers caught passes for Towson, with Aaron Banks and Emmanual Holder on the receiving end for TDs. Enders also caught a pass.
Towson led 30-28 at the intermission but exploded with 34 second-half points, including 21 in the fourth quarter for its fourth consecutive victory.
Towson gained 660 yards in total offense, which included 415 yards rushing, to easily outdistance New Hampshire (8-3, 6-2) with 335.
For the Wildcats, Andy Vailas rushed for 110 yards, including a 77-yard touchdown run on the game's first play from scrimmage.
New Hampshire also lost two fumbles and threw an interception.
Scott Frost, who was hired as head coach at UCF on Tuesday, will inherit an offense that averaged a dismal 268.4 yards per game this season.
After surviving the Les Miles telenovela, which landed LSU's big cigars at No. 5, we're left to ponder who can claim the Bottom 10 title.
Kirk Herbstreit believes that No. 10 North Carolina will not make the jump into the top four of the final College Football Playoff rankings.
SEC Network's Matt Stinchcomb and Clint Stoerner discuss whether or not Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart will be a good fit as Georgia head coach.
Booger McFarland discusses whether North Carolina can sneak into the top four of the College Football Playoff rakings if they beat Clemson and if teams that are done could crash the party.
After building a reputation as one of the nation's top assistants at Oregon, Scott Frost will have the resources to succeed at UCF.
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