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Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. New Hampshire Wildcats Recap

After 17 minutes of scoreless Hockey between Notre Dame and New Hampshire, the Irish finally took the lead with a goal by senior, Austin Wuthrich to close out the first period at Compton Family Ice Arena. The second period was much more exciting as the Irish scored again on a Power Play goal. This was the first of two goals for Captain Fogarty in the game. UNH tied up the game in the briefly in the second with goals, but then quickly answered by Ben Ostlie's first career goal late in the period. UNH had a brief comeback in the third period but the Irish Goalie, Katunar was just too good, with 28 saves. Jordan Gross and Vince Hinostroza had two assists each in the win for the Irish.

Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. New Hampshire Wildcats Recap

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish squared off against New Hampshire for the second game of a back-to-back at Compton Family Ice Arena. After losing to New Hampshire 5-2 on Friday, the Fighting Irish needed to get off to a quick start. Austin Wuthrich got the scoring started with a first period goal to give the Irish a 1-0 lead going into the first intermission. But UMH game back firing, scoring two goals in the second period to tie the game at 2-2. Sophomore winger Ben Ostlie and freshman defenseman Bretzman each netted their first career goals as a member of the Irish. After taking a 3-2 lead in the second period Notre Dame never looked back, splitting the two game series with New Hampshire.

Michigan Wolverines Hockey vs. New Hampshire Wildcats Recap

Game: University of Alabama Football vs. Texas A&M
Date Played: October 18, 2014
Sport: Football

Alabama started fast on Saturday jumping out to a early 10-0 lead in the first quarter. Offensively they looked to be firing on all cylinders. The game broke open early in the second quarter as Alabama completely outmatched the Aggies in every phase of the game. By the time the dust settled going into halftime the Aggies were shell shocked that they were trailing 45-0 and had been out gained 445 to 45 in total yards. It was apparent in the second half that Texas A&M had given up any hope of being able to make the game competitive. It appeared that they were simply going through the motions and wanted to get the game over as fast as possible. It was a complete and total destruction on both sides of the ball until the final whistle was blown. This ended any chances Texas A&M had of winning the SEC West division.
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