Oct 3, 2010, 10:19 AM EDT
Take a look at the CAA Football Television Recap from yesterday’s action. Also be sure to vote on this week’s early fan poll: Who was the fan’s Player of the Week? We will have the poll up on our sidebar until Thursday or Friday when we post the Blog Roundup, and feature another weekend poll.
Click here to be taken to The CAA Football Gameday Central page for links to yesterday’s recap and final stat books. We also have updated stats on our statitistics page so be sure to check those out for up-to-the-minute stat rankings.
Delaware used a Mike Perry field goal with seconds left in the ballgame to upend No. 3 James Madison on the road Saturday. Click here for the recap of the Blue Hens’ last-second win from The New Journal’s Kevin Tresolini.
James Madison posted its postgame presser…watch reactions from head coach Mickey Matthews and selected players following the Dukes’ last-second loss to Delaware.
Maine regained the Brice-Cowell Musket from New Hampshire with an overtime-win, 16-13, in Orono. Much like Delaware’s victory with a field goal, the Black Bears used a 37-yarder from Brian Harvey to capture its first win over New Hampshire since 2002. Click here to read a recap of the contest from the Portland Press Herald’s Jenn Menendez.
Massachusetts went on the road and outlasted a Towson squad that never gave up. Watch the highlights and postgame reactions from head coach Kevin Morris below.
New Hampshire fell on the road in overtime, 16-13, at Maine in a battle for the Brice-Cowell Musket. Click here to read a recount of the game from Mike Zhe of the Portsmouth Herald.
Rhode Island took a tough Brown team into overtime and used a 25-yard TD-run from quarterback Steve Probst to top the Bears, 27-24, and regain the Governor’s Cup. Watch the postgame reactions below from GoRhody.com.
Richmond regrouped after a tough league-loss to Delaware last weekend, by toppling Coastal Carolina, 41-19, Saturday at Robins Stadium. Watch the high-definition highlights below.
Towson kept Massachusetts on the ropes Saturday night, but fell to the Minutemen, 24-17, at home. Click here to read Todd Karpovich’s recap of the story, courtesy of the Baltimore Sun.
Villanova fell behind early and couldn’t catch up to William and Mary, falling on the road, 31-24, to the Tribe. Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer recapped the contest, click here to read it.
William and Mary got on top early thanks to three TD’s from Jonathan Grimes, and held on at the end to beat Villanova, 31-24. Watch the highlights and postgame reactions below.
2010 CAA Football…You Better Be Ready!!!
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