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Stony Brook uses balanced offensive attack to dominate New Hampshire 31-6


NEW YORK — Stacey Bedell rushed for 193 yards and a touchdown, on 21 carries, to lead Stony Brook past New Hampshire 31-6 on Saturday night.

Stony Brook's Joe Carbone was 13-for-18 with 109 yards passing and a touchdown. He completed a 3-yard pass to Ray Bolden for the game's first score. Przemyslaw Popek added a 32-yard field goal to make it 10-0 early in the second quarter.

New Hampshire scored when Adam Riese found Rory Donovan from 17 yards out to make it 10-6. The two-point conversion failed.

Stony Brook (2-0) backup Connor Bednarski entered before halftime to throw a 24-yard touchdown to Bolden — who finished with 102 yards receiving — to make it 17-6.

Riese finished 13-for-21 with 111 yards passing with a touchdown and interception for the Wildcats (1-2).

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