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Wildcat Stadium, Durham, New Hampshire Attendance: 15,394
Dartmouth stays unbeaten with win over in-state rival UNH
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DURHAM, N.H. (AP) Nick Howard ran for three touchdowns, Derek Kyler passed for two and Dartmouth remained undefeated with a 38-21 victory over in-state rival New Hampshire on Saturday.
Kyler was 20-of-25 passing for 326 yards while Howard, the Big Green's wildcat quarterback, rushed for 131 yards on 18 carries. Dartmouth had 634 yards offense, the most in at least a half-century.
Howard had a pair of 6-yard touchdown runs to open the scoring, the latter coming after New Hampshire turned the ball over on downs at the Dartmouth 1-yard line. The Big Green drove 99 yards for the first time in 2008 to make it 14-0. Chris Davis added a career-long 51-yard field goal, a yard shy of the school record, and Kyler threw a 13-yard TD pass to Joe Kramer for a 24-7 lead after one quarter.
Kyler's pass to Paxton Scott in the flat turned into a 52-yard score early in the third quarter and moved Kyler to third all-time in Big Green history with 34 career TD passes.
Two UNH touchdowns, including Dylan Laube's second long scoring run of the day - a 53-yarder - cut the lead to 10 in the third quarter but Howard gave Dartmouth a cushion with a third 6-yard score.
Laube finished with 139 yards rushing including a 75-yard score.
This was the first meeting in five years with Dartmouth tying the series at 19-19-2, the Big Green's second straight win over the Wildcats after ending a 20-game winless streak versus UNH (18 losses, two ties).
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Updated October 16, 2021