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Leftovers — Oct. 9 Revisited

Oct 10, 2010, 10:41 AM EDT

The CAA Football Television recap is above…it includes the league’s one TV game from yesterday as well as all of the scores from around the league.  To the right & below you will see our new fan poll for this week’s Player of the Week.  Vote now and be sure to come back Wednesday when the polling closes to see who the fans thought was the Player of the Week.

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The Blue Hens moved to 3-0 in league play with a 26-7 win over Maine at home.  Click here to read Kevin Tresolini’s account of the action in the Wilmington News Journal.

James Madison escaped Towson with a 17-13 win Saturday.  Click here to read Mike Barber’s recap from the Daily News Record.

Maine went on the road and fell at Delaware, 26-7.  Pete Warner, of the Bangor Daily News, was with the Black Bears and Newark, Del., and filed this report.

New Hampshire forced seven Richmond turnovers and shutout the Spiders 17-0 in Durham.  Watch the highlight package from New Hampshire below along with postgame reactions from head coach Sean McDonnell.

Rhode Island went on the road and fell to William and Mary, 26-7.  Click here to take a look at a photo gallery from the contest at Zable Stadium in Williamsburg.

Richmond lost starting quarterback Aaron Corp on the first offensive series at New Hampshire and couldn’t overcome seven turnovers.  Watch the Spiders highlights below and the postgame reactions from head coach Latrell Scott.

Towson nearly came away with an upset over James Madison Saturday, but its game-ending drive couldn’t find the endzone.  Read The Baltimore Sun’s recap of the game here.

William and Mary moved its win streak to five-straight Saturday by topping Rhode Island 26-7 at Zable Stadium.  Watch the highlights below as well as postgame reactions from both head coach Jimmye Laycock and a handful of Tribe players.

2010 CAA Football…You Better Be Ready!!!