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Holy Cross Football Visits New Hampshire on Saturday

Saturday, October 06, 2018

 

Holy Cross visits New Hampshire

The Holy Cross Crusaders football team will look to get back in the win column on Saturday afternoon when they visit the New Hampshire Wildcats.

The Crusaders enter the game with a record of 1-4 after a loss to Bucknell last week, while the Wildcats are 0-4 on the season.

Holy Cross vs New Hampshire

Saturday’s game will be the 16th all-time meeting between the teams, with New Hampshire leading the series 8-7.

The Wildcats had won four straight games in the series, before the Crusaders posted a 51-26 victory at Fitton Field last season.

Holy Cross Offense

The Holy Cross offense should have an advantage in this game as the Wildcats have been outscored 120-33 so far this season.

Holy Cross quarterback Geoff Wade has led the way by completing 61 of 101 passes for 730 yards and five touchdowns this season.

Running back Domenic Cozier added a team-high 233 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 52 carries, while wide receiver Martin Dorsey has caught 21 passes for 251 yards and a touchdown.

Holy Cross Defense

On the defensive side of the ball, senior linebacker Ryan Brady leads the team with 62 tackles, two quarterback sacks and 10 tackles for loss.

Brady currently ranks fifth in the nation in tackles and 29th in tackles for loss.

Sophomore defensive back Joe Lang has added 38 tackles and two quarterback sacks, while junior defensive back Alex Johnson has 34 tackles, one tackle for loss and two pass breakups.

 

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