DURHAM, N.H. -- Nico Steriti rushed for 139 yards and had a 68-yard touchdown in New Hampshire's 24-3 win over Maine on Saturday.
New Hampshire forced two turnovers. The first coming on a Casey DeAndrade interception of Marcus Wasilewski in the second quarter, but New Hampshire was unable to capitalize after its 32-yard field goal was blocked. Shane McNeely sacked Wasilewski and forced a fumble that was recovered by Sean McCann. New Hampshire then went on a four-play, 20-yard drive, resulting in a Jimmy Giansante 6-yard TD reception for a 17-3 lead.
Maine's (10-2, 7-1) only points came on a 27-yard second quarter field goal by Sean Decloux. The Bears' scoring drive was 10 plays and covered 72 yards.
Going against a backup quarterback, the Huskies spanked the Cougars 45-10 in last season's Apple Cup.
Bleacher Report's Barrett Sallee joins The Paul Finebaum Show to discuss Jim Harbaugh and the likelihood of this happening again.
The Pac-12 is supplying 49 players for the NFL combine, and the focus figures to be on the quarterbacks led by Cal's Jared Goff.
Utah football coach Kyle Whittingham has promoted Pablo Cano, Robert Blechen and Alema Fitisemanu to new staff positions.
Former Penn State president Graham Spanier has filed two lawsuits, one against the school and another against Louis Freeh, over backlash from the Jerry Sandusky scandal.
Stanford defensive line coach Randy Hart officially retired after his last day of work on the practice field Thursday.
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