New Hampshire 53, Colgate 23: Nico Steriti rushed for two touchdowns while Andy Vailas threw for a pair as the Wildcats rolled to their 16th straight non-conference victory at home.Harold Spears caught two touchdown passes for New Hampshire (1-1), which is ranked ninth in the FCS coaches poll - its nation-best 128th consecutive week in the rankings. The defending Colonial Athletic Association co-champion outgained the Raiders 336-104 - 176-10 through the air - in the first half en route to a 40-6 lead.Sophomore quarterback Dylan Finelli was 5-of-18 for 46 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions as the Raiders fell to 0-3 for the first time since 1996. Finelli replaced injured senior Gavin McCarney, who was 25-of-30 for 303 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 95 yards in a 37-34 loss at Albany last week.New Hampshire scored on its first five possessions with a 14-play, 79-yard game-opening march capped by Vailas' 12-yard touchdown pass to Spears. Backup quarterback Sean Goldrich got into the act with a 50-yard TD strike to R.J. Harris to make it 26-6 with 35 seconds left in the first quarter.Steriti's touchdown runs came in the second quarter and his 56-yarder gave the Wildcats a 40-6 lead with 3:52 remaining. Dalton Crossan and Mike Kelly added TD runs for New Hampshire while Demetrius Russell gained 144 yards on 30 carries for Colgate, the defending Patriot League champion.