Lehigh Vs. Towson Final Score, 2011 FCS Playoffs: Mountain Hawks Advance On Road, 40-38

The 11-1 Lehigh Mountain Hawks had reason to feel disrespected about their fate in the 2011 FCS playoffs. Despite going undefeated in regulation and falling only to perennial contender New Hampshire, Lehigh ended up on the road in its first postseason game. That might have just made the Mountain Hawks' 40-38 victory that much sweeter.

Lehigh trailed at three separate junctures in the second half, but quarterback Chris Lum threw for 351 yards and a touchdown in leading them back, and they got a game-winning safety with just over five minutes to go in the fourth quarter. The 40-38 lead was Lehigh's first since being up 17-10 midway through the second quarter.

Grant Enders threw for 214 yards and two touchdowns for the Tigers in the loss.

The Mountain Hawks' road gets no easier now that they have one win. Next week, they'll face No. 2 national seed North Dakota State.

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