New Hampshire Football Report

JMU too much for UNH

Junior quarterback Bryan Schor threw for 371 yards and five touchdowns to carry James Madison past the University of New Hampshire, 55-22, Saturday in the second round of the FCS Playoffs at Bridgeforth.

Schor, playing for the first time since suffering a shoulder injury Nov. 12 at Villanova, completed 30 of his 37 passes i the victory.

Senior wide receiver Brandon Ravenel, junior wide receiver Terrence Alls and senior tight end Jonathan Kloosterman each caught two touchdown passes. Ravenel set a JMU playoff record with 263 all-purpose yards – he had eight catches for 155 yards and also had an 86-yard kick return for a touchdown.

The loss ended UNH’s season. The Wildcats finished 8-5.  JMU, which beat UNH 42-39 earlier this season, raised its record to 11-1 and will face either Sam Houston State or Chattanooga in next weekend’s FCS quarterfinals..

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