"Believe me, they're going to be good," said coach Sean McDonnell, whose New Hampshire squad was picked to finish first in the CAA. "They're going to be able to run the football because Rob has done a good job of recruiting good football players. Everybody was talking about [running back Terrance] West, but think of the four linemen they lost from last year. Think of the tight end they lost. But they've got guys that are just as good. [Sophomore Darius] Victor, the other running back, he's like a clone of West with the way he plays. We're not playing them this year – thank God. Thank God that Terrence West is gone, but I still think Victor probably would rush for 150 or 200 against us with the way they run their offense. It's a physical, hard-nosed, power offense and the tailback will make that thing go. I think their quarterback [junior Connor Frazier] will be good enough. I thought he was a good leader and did some great things. And I know he's recruited some good offensive linemen because we've seen who he has recruited. Defensively, they've got good guys coming back with [senior cornerback] Tye Smith in the secondary, the defensive end [senior Ryan Delaire], the two linebackers. So believe me, they're going to be good."