COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- Even before this season started, Wofford fullback Eric Breitenstein and his teammates decided that just getting to the playoffs would not be enough.
Breitenstein says while the Terriers think getting to the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs for a fifth time in six seasons is awesome, they want to win it all.
Wofford opens its playoff run Saturday by hosting New Hampshire. Meanwhile, Coastal Carolina heads on the road to take on No. 4 seed Old Dominion. The Chanticleers beat Bethune-Cookman last week.
Coastal coach Joe Moglia says his team has a big challenge stopping the best offense in the FCS. The Monarchs gain 538 yards a game.
But Moglia says his team has overcome plenty of challenges so far and is not ready to give up without a fight.