Chattanooga Falls to Top Ranked New Hampshire in Quarterfinals of FCS Playoffs

Chattanooga lost to number one ranked New Hampshire 35-30 in the quarterfinals of the FCS playoffs on Friday night in Durham, New Hampshire.
Mocs dominated the stat sheet piling up 566-yards of offense to the Wildcats 328-yards of offense.
Mocs were also 9 of 17 on third downs compared to 3 of 12 for the Wildcats.
Chattanooga also claimed 27 first downs to 13 for the Wildcats.
The bulk of UTC’s offensive yardage came in the first half when they built a 21-15.
UTC got a field goal to start the fourth period to go up 24-22, but the Wildcats added two more touchdowns to get the victory, including a 61-yard touchdown pass to R.J. Harris.
Harris is considered one of the top receivers in the nation. He had 172-yards receiving on seven catches.
Chattanooga scored a touchdown with just over 1:30 to play to make it 35-30, but they failed to recover the on-sides kick, and the Wildcats ran out the clock.
Mocs quarterback Jacob Huesman ran for 93-yards and threw for 335 yards, and he scored two touchdowns.
Chattanooga finishes the season with a 10-4 record.

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