DURHAM, N.H. — Trevor Knight threw for 118 yards, ran for 95 more, and had two touchdowns as New Hampshire beat William & Mary 21-12 on Saturday.

New Hampshire led just 7-6 entering the fourth quarter but added two scores within five minutes of each other to effectively ice the game.

Dalton Crossan ran it in from 1-yard out capping a 14-play, 80-yard drive for a 14-6 Wildcats lead. On the ensuing possession, Ryan Farrell intercepted William & Mary quarterback Steve Cluley, setting up a 12-yard scoring strike from Knight to Anthony Pante to make it 21-6.

The Tribe cut it to 21-12 on a 9-yard pass from Cluley to Daniel Kuzjak with 6:31 left, however New Hampshire (3-2, 2-0 Colonial Athletic Association) ran 14 plays to run out the clock.

JAMES MADISON 43, DELAWARE 20: Bryan Schor ran for three touchdowns and threw for another and James Madison (4-1, 2-0 Colonial) won big at home.

JMU had 398 rushing yards.

Wes Hills, Jalen Randolph and Thomas Jefferson scored for the Blue Hens (2-2, 0-1).

RHODE ISLAND 28, BROWN 13: Harold Cooper ran for two fourth-quarter touchdowns to help the Rams pull away at Kingston, Rhode Island

William Twyman picked off Jordan Vazzano’s pass and returned it 30 yards to give Brown (1-2) a 13-7 halftime lead.

The Bears fumbled the ball during their first series of the second half, and Momodou Mbye recovered it deep in Brown territory. Sean Anderson then bullied in from the 3-yard line three plays later to give Rhode Island (1-4) a 14-13 lead.

VILLANOVA 42, ELON 7: Zack Bednarczyk passed for 270 yards and three touchdowns, rushed for 59 yards and a score, and Villanova won its first-ever matchup over Elon in decisive fashion at Elon, North Carolina.

Villanova (4-1, 2-0 Colonial) outgained the Phoenix (2-3, 1-1) 557-130.

RICHMOND 31, TOWSON 28: David Broadus ran the ball in from the 2 on fourth down in the final quarter and the Spiders (4-1, 1-1 CAA) held on to win at home.

Towson falls to (1-3, 0-2).

BOSTON COLLEGE 35, BUFFALO 0: Patrick Towles threw for two touchdowns, Davon Jones and Jon Hilliman each ran for one and the Eagles (3-2) coasted at home.

Towles completed 14 of 25 passes for 234 yards and no interceptions. Buffalo falls to 1-3.