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Leftovers — Nov. 13 Revisited

Nov 14, 2010, 11:27 AM EST

The CAA Football Television recap is above…it includes the league’s exciting TV game from Saturday.  New Hampshire escaped with a forced fumble and recovery as Villanova had the ball inside the UNH 10!  Wow what a finish!

WE WANT TO KNOW WHAT PLAY YOU THOUGHT WAS THE BEST FROM THIS SEASON OF CAA FOOTBALL

Think you saw a great catch, a big hit, or a tremendous run this season? Nominate your favorite play for this season’s CAA Football Top Plays of the Year!

Three ways to participate…all right here from The CAA Football Blog!

— Hit the comment button below and let us know of a play you remember from the year.

— Send us a tweet describing your Top Play on Twitter.  Logon to Twitter, follow @The_CAA Football and send us a tweet!

— Shoot us an email with your top play from the 2010 season.  Our email address is:  caafootball@gmail.com.

We want to hear from you!  Vote now to see if your favorite makes the cut.  We’ll post the Top 10 highlights later this week prior to the regular season’s final weekend, and we’ll run the Top 10 during each of our regular season finale television broadcasts, Nov. 20 — Villanova at Delaware-12pm (The Comcast Network) & Richmond at William and Mary-3:30pm (The Comcast Network & Cox 11).

Thanks to those of you who have already cast your picks…see the blog post’s comments for those which have been submitted.  We appreciate the emails and comments!  Keep them coming and be sure to look for the Top 10 plays video later this week.

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?

Below is our fan poll from late last week…How many CAA Football teams make it into the field of 20?  Thanks to the 27 voters! We still have six alive after Saturday and four of them square off against each other in the regular season’s final week.

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.

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Delaware clinched at least a share of the CAA Football Championship with its win at Massachusetts and the William and Mary loss at James Madison Saturday.  The Blue Hens need a win over Villanova Saturday to earn the league’s automatic playoff bid and to win the league championship outright.  CAA Football Commissioner Tom Yeager will be on hand in Newark, Del., Saturday to present the championship trophy should the Blue Hens top Villanova in the Battle of the Blue.  The Hens can also claim the outright title and automatic bid even if they lose to Villanova, coupled with a loss by William and Mary to Richmond.  Delaware will share the league title with William and Mary if it loses to Villanova and the Tribe tops Richmond…at which point William and Mary earns the automatic bid due to its head-to-head win over Delaware.

James Madison upset the No. 1 team in the country, William and Mary, Saturday with a potent ground game.  The Dukes attempted just one pass on the day and did not have any offensive yards through the air.  Click here to be taken to the Dukes’ recap of the game and to hear head coach Mickey Matthews’ postgame presser.

Maine went on the road to beat Towson Saturday.  The Black Bears added a postgame video to their YouTube Channel and you can watch it below.

Massachusetts was upended by Delaware at home Saturday.  Watch the Minutemen highlights below as well as postgame comments from head coach Kevin Morris.

New Hampshire kept its playoff hopes alive by winning at Villanova in thrilling fashion.  Click here to read the full recap from New Hampshire on how the Wildcats ended ‘Nova’s 15-game home winning streak.

Rhode Island committed seven turnovers at Richmond and fell to the Spiders after leading at halftime.  Watch a pregame video from the Rams below…on their travels to Virginia.  Then you can watch postgame comments from head coach Joe Trainer.

Richmond stayed alive in terms of a playoff berth with a come-from-behind effort against Rhode Island at Robins Stadium.  The Spiders forced seven turnovers and shutout the Rams in the second half.  Watch the highlights below.

Towson fell in its home finale to Maine.  Watch the postgame press conference below with head coach Rob Ambrose.

William and Mary fell behind in the conference title race with its loss at James Madison Saturday.  The Tribe still has a chance to earn a share of it this coming Saturday with a win over Richmond and a loss by Delaware to Villanova.  Watch head coach Jimmye Laycock’s reactions to the Tribe’s loss on the road Saturday below.

2010 CAA Football…You Better Be Ready!!!