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UNH’s postseason results since 2004

UNH advanced to the quarterfinals for the seventh time in the last 10 seasons with yesterday’s victory. A look at the Wildcats’ postseason results since they started their FCS-best streak of 10 straight postseason appearances:

2004 – beat Georgia Southern, 27-23, in first round; lost to Montana, 47-17, in quarterfinals

2005 – beat Colgate, 55-21, in first round; lost to Northern Iowa, 24-21, in quarterfinals

2006 – beat Hampton, 41-38, in first round; lost to Massachusetts, 24-17, in quarterfinals

2007 – lost to Northern Iowa, 38-35, in first round

2008 – beat Southern Illinois, 29-20, in first round; lost to Northern Iowa, 36-34, in quarterfinals

2009 – beat McNeese State, 49-13, in first round; lost to Villanova, 46-7, in quarterfinals

2010 – beat Bethune-Cookman, 45-20, in first round; lost to Delaware, 16-3, in quarterfinals

2011 – lost to Montana State, 26-25, in second round

2012 – lost to Wofford, 23-7, in second round

2013 – beat Lafayette, 45-7, in first round; beat Maine, 41-27, in second round


UNH football team rolls past Maine into FCS quarterfinals

Saturday, December 7, 2013

ORONO, Maine – The rivals were trading punches, as usual, and it looked like the back-and-forth would last until the bitter end. But one New Hampshire pass play changed all that. “It broke our backs,” Maine Coach Jack Cosgrove said. “That was a big time throw and catch.” The pass from Sean Goldrich to R.J. Harris covered 15 yards on …

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