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Leftovers — Sept. 25 Revisited

Sep 26, 2010, 9:41 AM EDT

Are you ready for loads of leftovers from Saturday, Sept. 25?  Check them out below.  Press conference videos, highlight footage from around the league and more.  Directly below this is the league’s television recap…check that out first then move on to “seconds”! with all our programs’ content.  If you want to know the rundown of who had how many yards, who made the tackles, etc., in yesterday’s games then click here to be taken to the CAA Football Gameday Central page.  GD Central has links to all of the games’ recaps and final stats!

We also just updated the statistics for CAA Football on CAASports.comClick here to visit the statistics page for an html version as well as a printer-friendly PDF version.

Be sure to also take a look at The CAA Football Pressbox for more information on CAA Football.  The Pressbox includes links to audio, video, pdf files and more.

Delaware went on the road to face Richmond and got its first conference win of the season.  Click here to read the full recap from the Blue Hens.

James Madison played stellar defense, limiting Liberty to just three points in a non-conference win.  Watch the postgame reactions below.

Maine fell in stunning fashion at home to visiting William and Mary.  Click here to read the Black Bears’ recap of last night’s game.

Massachusetts went on the road to face Stony Brook and came away with a win.  Watch the highlights and postgame reactions below.

New Hampshire picked up a non-conference win over Lehigh at home.  Below are the highlights and postgame reaction from head coach Sean McDonnell.

Richmond, as stated above, fell to Delaware at home.  Watch the highlights from Richmond below.

Towson fell at Columbia Saturday.  Click here to read the recap from the Tigers.

Villanova used some late scoring to beat Penn at Villanova Stadium.  Watch the postgame comments below.

William and Mary came from behind to win at Maine.  Watch the highlights and postgame comments below.

2010 CAA Football…You Better Be Ready!!!