Nov 8, 2010, 9:04 AM EDT
The CAA Football Television recap is above…it includes the league’s two TV games from Saturday. 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?
Sorry again for the delay in posting our Leftovers this weekend. Our video department, which produces all our promos, recaps, preseason and postseason videos, is also involved in several other sports at the CAA. Championships are upon us and the videos guys are traveling to capture the league’s championship footage.
Thanks for all of the votes cast in last week’s midweek fan poll which teams should make the playoffs if the season ended before the Nov. 6 games. All sorts of wacky things can happen between now and then, but we know the sentiment is unanimous from our head coaches…a 7-win team from CAA Football deserves to be in the playoff field. Take a listen to the archives from the past couple weeks of the league’s weekly media teleconference…click here. Checkout the full results of last week’s midweek fan poll below.
Click here to be taken to The CAA Football Gameday Central page for links to Saturday’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.
The league had some unbelievable individual performances this weekend. The College Football Performance Awards recognized those accolades. In all this weekend the leageu earned national position player of the week honors from the entity. UMass’ Tyler Holmes, in addition to earning the linebacker of the week honor, he also was named the National Defensive Player of the Week by CFPA. Click here to learn more about the CFPA and to find all of the league’s winners.
Massachusetts picked up a much-needed win in its hunt for a playoff spot Saturday. Watch a couple of the highlight packages the Minutemen posted to YouTube after the game. Below those are the postgame reactions from head coach Kevin Morris.
New Hampshire struggled to get any consistency out of its offense against William and Mary Saturday and fell to the Tribe. Below are some of the Wildcat highlights as well as postgame comments from UNH head coach Sean McDonnell.
Rhode Island knocked off its second Top-10 opponent of the season when it used two defensive touchdowns and a field goal to beat Villanova at home Saturday. Watch head coach Joe Trainer’s postgame comments below.
Wil Kamin’s 20-yard field goal in overtime gave Richmond a much-needed win over James Madison. The victory keeps the Spiders’ playoff hopes alive. Watch the highlights below as well as postgame reactions from head coach Latrell Scott.
The Spiders also posted a behind-the-scenes look at a week of prep during the 2010 season. WRIC-TV Channel 8 in Richmond was given access to the Spiders’ week of preparation for UMass earlier this season. Take a look below at the two-part segment that ran a couple weeks ago on the channel’s news.
William and Mary ground out a win on the road Saturday, literally. The Tribe, which started third-string QB Brent Caprio and finished the game with fourth-stringer Terrance Schmand, only completed five passes for 30 yards…and still came out on top 13-3. Watch the highlights below and as well as postgame comments from head coach Jimmye Laycock, Jonathan Grimes and Marcus Hyde.
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