Max Brosmer passed for three touchdowns and rushed for another – all in the first half – and New Hampshire retained the Brice-Cowell Musket by defeating Maine, 44-25, in a Coastal Athletic Association football season finale Saturday in Durham, New Hampshire.

Brosmer connected with Logan Tomlinson (2 yards), Kyle Lepkowski (56 yards) and Myles Thomason (10 yards) and then scored on a 10-yard run as UNH (5-5, 4-4 CAA) built a 34-17 halftime lead.

Thomason added an 89-yard punt return for a touchdown in the third quarter.

Maine quarterback Derek Robertson was 32 of 51 for 315 yards and three touchdowns. Trevin Ewing, Jamie Lamson and Cooper Heisey scored for the Black Bears (2-9, 1-7).

MIDDLEBURY 35, COLBY 28: Colby quarterback Thomas Keeling passed for 362 yards and four touchdowns, but a comeback bid by the Mules (3-6) fell short against the Panthers (8-1) in Waterville.

Keon Smart caught 11 passes for 143 yards and two touchdowns, and Jack Sawyer had five catches for 99 yards and two scores for Colby.


TRINITY 58, BOWDOIN 21: Spencer Fetter passed for 378 yards and seven touchdowns, leading the Bantams (8-1) to a season-ending win over the Polar Bears (4-5) in Brunswick.

Trinity’s Sean Clapp caught 14 passes for 241 yards and three TDs.

Bowdoin got two touchdown passes from Robbie Long – 44 yards to Brendan King and 30 yards to James Doody. King also got a 2-yard pass from Michael Wolfendale for the game’s final touchdown.

WILLIAMS 43, BATES 0: Three players threw touchdown passes for the Ephs (3-6) as they ended their season with a win over the Bobcats (0-9) in Lewiston.

(1) GEORGIA 38, (21) TENNESSEE 10: Carson Beck threw for 298 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs (10-0, 8-0 SEC) over the Volunteers (7-4, 3-4) in Knoxville, Tennessee.

(2) MICHIGAN 31, MARYLAND 24: Blake Corum scored twice in the first half, Mike Sainristil intercepted two passes, and the Wolverines (11-0, 8-0 Big Ten) – playing again without suspended Coach Jim Harbaugh – became the first college football program to win 1,000 games, beating the Terrapins (6-5, 3-5) in College Park, Maryland.


(3) OHIO STATE 37, MINNESOTA 3: TreVeyon Henderson rushed for 146 yards and two touchdowns and Kyle McCord passed for 212 yards and two scores, leading the Buckeyes (11-0, 8-0 Big Ten) past the Golden Gophers (5-6, 3-5) in Columbus, Ohio.

(6) OREGON 49, ARIZONA STATE 13: Bo Nix threw for 404 yards and a career-high six touchdowns, Patrick Herbert and Troy Franklin both caught two touchdown passes, and the Ducks (10-1, 6-2 Pac-12) rolled over the Sun Devils (3-8, 2-6) in Tempe, Arizona.

(8) ALABAMA 66, CHATTANOOGA 10: Jalen Milroe passed for 197 yards and three touchdowns before sitting out the second half as the Crimson Tide (10-1, No. 8 CFP) routed the Mocs (7-4) in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

(9) LOUISVILLE 38, MIAMI 31: Jack Plummer threw three touchdown passes, the last of them a 58-yarder to Kevin Coleman with 4:17 remaining, and the Cardinals (10-1, 7-1 ACC) clinched a spot in the Atlantic Coast Conference title game by beating the Hurricanes (6-5, 2-5) in Miami Gardens, Florida.

(12) PENN STATE 27, RUTGERS 6: Kaytron Allen ran for two touchdowns, Alex Felkins kicked a pair of field goals and the Nittany Lions (9-2, 6-2) pulled away from the Scarlet Knights (6-5, 3-5) in State College, Pennsylvania, after quarterback Drew Allar left because of an apparent injury.

(13) MISSISSIPPI 35, LOUISIANA-MONROE 3: Jaxson Dart threw for touchdowns on three consecutive third-quarter drives as the Rebels (9-2) used a strong second half to pull away from the Warhawks (2-9) in Oxford, Mississippi.


(14) OKLAHOMA 31, BYU 24: The Sooners (9-2, 6-2 Big 12) forced three turnovers and scored 21 points off those takeaways to beat the visiting Cougars (5-6, 2-6), despite playing the second half without quarterback Dillon Gabriel.

(17) TULANE 24, FLORIDA ATLANTIC 8: Michael Pratt threw for three touchdowns in his South Florida homecoming to lead the Green Wave (10-1, 7-0 American Athletic) over the Owls (4-7, 3-4) in Boca Raton, Florida.

APPALACHIAN STATE 26, (18) JAMES MADISON 23: Kaedin Robinson’s toe barely touched the goal line before the football squirted out as he scored the winning touchdown in overtime, lifting the Mountaineers (7-4, 5-2 Sun Belt) over the Dukes (10-1, 6-1) in Harrisonburg, Virginia.

(19) ARIZONA 42, (16) UTAH 18: Noah Fifita threw for two touchdowns and The Wildcats (8-3, 6-2 Pac-12) beat the visiting Utes (7-4, 4-4) for their first five-game winning streak in nine years.

(20) NOTRE DAME 45, WAKE FOREST 7: Sam Hartman tormented his former team, passing for 277 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Fighting Irish (8-3) over the Demon Deacons (4-7) in South Bend, Indiana.

(25) LIBERTY 49, UMASS 25: Kaidon Salter threw for 225 yards, rushed for 118 and accounted for four touchdowns, and the Flames (11-0) scored on four straight first-half drives against the Minutemen (3-8) in Lynchburg, Virginia.



BOSTON UNIVERSITY 5, MAINE 4: Steve Lachance, Quinn Hutson and Devin Kaplan scored in a five-minute span of the third period, and the eighth-ranked Terriers (8-3-1, 5-1-1 Hockey East) held on to complete a weekend sweep of the ninth-ranked Black Bears (6-3-1, 3-2-1) in Boston.

Maine nearly erased a three-goal deficit in the final seven minutes, but late goals by Josh Nadeau and Nicholas Niemo weren’t quite enough. Bradly Nadeau and Lynden Breen also scored for the Black Bears.


TUFTS 3, BOWDOIN 2: Elsi Aires’ second goal of the game turned out to be difference as the Jumbos (10-5-4) eliminated the Polar Bears (11-5-5) in the third round of the NCAA Division III tournament, at Rochester, New York.

Bowdoin’s Greta Farkas converted a penalty kick early in the second half after Tufts grabbed a 2-0 halftime lead. Stephanie Christians scored the final goal for Bowdoin, after Aires made it 3-1.



NORTH FLORIDA 67, MAINE 58: Playing its third game in as many days in Jacksonville, Florida, Maine (3-3) fell to the Ospreys (4-2) despite 20 points, six rebounds, six assists and four steals from Kellen Tynes.

SOUTHERN MAINE 87, UMPI 83: Chance Dixon led a balanced offense with 20 points, and the Huskies (4-0) edged the Owls (0-3) in Presque Isle.

Tommy Whelan (19 points), Brady Saunders (15) and Cody Hawes (15) also scored in double figures for USM.

Dany Harris tallied 25 points for UMPI.

COLBY 80, UMASS DARTMOUTH 74: Max Poulton dropped in 27 points, and Jack Lawson had 25 points and 12 rebounds to carry the Mules (2-2) over the Corsairs (0-4) in North Dartmouth, Massachusetts.


Lucas Green added 12 points and Kameran Rodriguez had 11 for Colby, which ended the game on a 13-7 run.

UMAINE-FARMINGTON 65, BOWDOIN 56: Ethan Forrester scored 18 points, and Jordan Anthony got 10 of his 12 points in the second half to help the Beavers (4-1) hold off the Polar Bears (1-3) in Brunswick.

Michael Simonds paced Bowdoin with 20 points.

MAINE-AUGUSTA 84, UNE 76: Yonas Medfu recorded 30 points and 11 rebounds as the Moose (1-4) beat the Nor’easters (3-2) in Biddeford.

Donte Sharp added 24 points, and Zach Maturo had 12 points and six assists.

UNE was paced by Dylan Crowley with 17 points, Jayden Thornton with 16 and Adam Lux with 15.


KEAN 78, BATES 53: Cole Decker led Bates (0-3) with 10 points in a loss to Kean (0-2) at Springfield, Massachusetts.


COLBY 62, NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 37: Kate Olenik led Colby (3-1) with 16 points, and the Mules forced 29 turnovers by the Pilgrims (2-3) in the Colby Tip Off Tournament at Waterville.

BATES 58, SUNY POTSDAM 35: Morgan Kennedy posted 22 points and 11 rebounds, while Elsa Daulerio added 15 points and 10 rebounds for the Bobcats (3-0) in a win over the Bears (2-1) at Plattsburgh, New York.

BRIDGEWATER STATE 67, USM 54: Kylie Grassi scored 21 points to lead the Bears (2-1) over the Huskies (1-3) in the Bowdoin Coastal Classic at Brunswick.

USM got 13 points from Franny Ramsdell, and 11 points and 14 rebounds from Tara Flanders.

WHITTIER 61, BOWDOIN 57: Despite 18 points from Sydney Jones, Bowdoin (3-1) suffered its first loss of the season, falling to the Poets (3-1) in Brunswick.

(16) NOTRE DAME 79, ILLINOIS 68: Hannah Hidalgo and Maddy Westbeld scored 24 points apiece, and the Fighting Irish (3-1) won the Shamrock Classic over the Illini (2-2) in Washington.

Anna DeWolfe of Cumberland had eight points for Notre Dame.

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