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FCS Playoffs 2011 Round 2 Score And Results: Sam Houston State Edges Stony Brook, 34-27

Running back Tim Flanders rushed for a game-best 102 yards and scored a touchdown, which came with 1:01 remaining to propel Sam Houston State University to a 31-27 victory over Stony Brook University in an NCAA Football Championship Subdivision round-two playoff game at Bowers Stadium in Huntsville, TX. The Bearkats (12-0), who are the tournament's No. 1-overall seed, advance to the quarterfinals to face Montana State University, while the Seawolves had the most successful Division I season in school history end with a 9-4 overall record.

Junior quarterback Kyle Essington finished the game with 226 passing yards and two touchdowns for Stony Brook, which did lead 10-3 at one point in the first half. Senior tailback Brock Jackolski, who compiled 232 total yards and three touchdowns in the Seawolves' first-round victory, ran for just 86 yards and scored a touchdown.

Sam Houston State quarterback Brian Bell passed for 161 yards and two touchdowns, and ran for another for the Bearkats.

Here's video highlights of the game provided by

Stony Brook Football vs. Sam Houston State - FCS Playoffs - Dec. 3, 2011 (via stonybrookseawolves)