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Gameday Central -- Dec. 10

Courtesy: CAA
          Release: 12/09/2011
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CAA Football Gameday Central is your source for all of the league action in this weekend's NCAA Division I Football National Championship.  Scroll down to find direct links to streaming video, audio and livestats.  Check back over the course of gameday for final scores and links to every boxscore.

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2011 CAA Football NCAA Championship Notebook

-- CAA Football squads own a mark of 13-20 (.375) against non-conference foes in NCAA Championship Quarterfinals.

-- Two of the five CAA Football postseason teams made their first-ever appearance in the playoffs -- Old Dominion and Towson. Old Dominion was only in its third season of existence and Towson moved to the I-AA (FCS) level in 1987, joining the league in 2004.

-- CAA Football has had multiple NCAA Postseason berths in each of the last 21 seasons.

-- 15 CAA Football programs (including the Yankee Conference and Atlantic 10) have earned 80 postseason berths all-time dating back to 1978.

-- CAA Football has been represented in the NCAA Division I National Championship game in seven of the last eight seasons.

-- In 2007 CAA Football became the first league to ever garner five postseason berths in the NCAA Division I Football Championship field of 16. The league, which had five postseason berths this season, has now accomplished the feat three times since 2007 (2008).

-- A CAA Football program has won two of the last three and four of the last eight National Championships.

-- Over the last two seasons CAA Football teams are 7-3 in NCAA Division I Championship games when not facing league opponents.

 

DEC. 10 | 2 PM | STATESBORO, GA. | ESPN3/ESPN GAMEPLAN
BOXSCORE
13/13 MAINE
23
3/2 GEORGIA SOUTHERN
35

GAMEDAY LINKS GAMEDAY VIDEO | MAINE AUDIO | GEORGIA SOUTHERN AUDIO | LIVESTATS
TEAM PAGES MAINE FOOTBALL | GEORGIA SOUTHERN FOOTBALL
CAA FOOTBALL LINKS SCOREBOARD | PRESSBOX | NCAA DIVISION I FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

#13/13 MAINE AT #3/2 GEORGIA SOUTHERN
Saturday, Dec. 10 - 2 pm - NCAA QUARTERFINALS
Paulson Stadium (18,000), Statesboro, Ga.
Television:  ESPN3
Series:  Georgia Southern leads 2-0
Maine (9-3, 6-2 CAA)
Coach:  Jack Cosgrove
School:  106-111 (19 years)
Career:  106-111 (19 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Pushaun Brown (11 G, 217-1055 yards, 11 TD)
Passing:  Warren Smith (12 G, 255-396-11-2893 yards, 20 TD)
Receiving:  Maurice McDonald (9 G, 58-591 yards, 5 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Jerron McMillian (12 G, 56 solo, 31 assisted, 87 total)
Sacks:  Michael Cole (12 G, 11.0-78 yards)
Interceptions:  Trevor Coston (12 G, 6-48 yards)
Georgia Southern (10-2)
Coach:  Jeff Monken
School:  20-7 (2 years)
Career:  20-7 (2 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Robert Brown (12 G, 134-917 yards, 5 TD)
Passing:  Jaybo Shaw (12 G, 57-108-3-1226 yards, 9 TD)
Receiving:  Johnathan Bryant (12 G, 11-327 yards, 2 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Deion Stanley (12 G, 54 solo, 20 assisted, 74 total)
Sacks:  Brent Russell (12 G, 6.0-38 yards)
Interceptions:  Laron Scott (12 G, 3-37 yards)
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