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Leftovers — Oct. 16 Revisited

Oct 17, 2010, 11:50 AM EST

The CAA Football Television recap is above…it includes the league’s two TV games from yesterday.  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.  Who deserves this week’s CAA Football Blog Fan Poll Player of the Week honor?

Thanks for the 26 votes cast in last week’s midweek fan poll asking you to rank our 10 league squads after six weeks of action.  Delaware was the overwhelming favorite while William and Mary came in second.  A narrow vote separated Massachusetts, Villanova and James Madison.  Checkout the fill results below.

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Delaware won the turnover battle in its home contest against Rhode Island and came out with a win.  Watch the video recap below from delawareonline.com & the Wilmington News Journal.

James Madison fell on homecoming to a pesky New Hampshire squad.  Click here to read Tim Pearrell’s recap of the action from Harrisonburg in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Maine also fell on homecoming Saturday to Villanova.  Pete Warner of the Bangor Daily News recalls the action from Saturday in Orono here.

Massachusetts fell at home to Richmond, 11-10, in front of one of the larges crowds in McGuirk Stadium history.  Watch the highlights from umassathletics.com below.

New Hampshire went on the road to top James Madison, 28-14.  Click here to read the story from seacoastonline.com.

Rhode Island kept it close at Delaware, but fell on the road 27-14 to the Blue Hens.  Watch Rhody head coach Joe Trainer’s postgame comments below.

Richmond upset UMass in Amherst, 11-10.  You can watch the highlights from richmondspiders.com below.

Villanova went on the road and racked up 559 yards of total offense in a 48-18 win over Maine.  Click here to read the recap from Sunday’s delcotimes.com.

2010 CAA Football…You Better Be Ready!!!