Sunday Quarterback: Every Play Matters
Below is complete coverage from around CAA Football this past weekend. Scroll to find various links, photos, videos and more from the action this past weekend. Be sure to visit The CAA Football Pressbox for more video links as well as updated stats following yesterday's games. You can also logon to CAA Football's YouTube Channel for a playlist including most of the videos shown below.
Every play matters in this league, just ask both Towson and Old Dominion. Facing 4th & 29, Towson converted with a 63-yard touchdown catch by Tom Ryan helping the Tigers overcome an 11-point deficit on the road. Travel west on I-64 and you can ask New Hampshire and William and Mary if every play matters. Senior running back Jonathan Grimes finished with 323 all-purpose yard in the Tribe's 24-10 win over No. 6 New Hampshire. How about Vinson Givans' interception return for a touchdown, proving to the be the difference in Maine's win over Rhode Island?
With five weeks left in the regular season, Maine, picked to finish ninth, and Towson, picked to finish last, are undefeated and atop the league standings. Both teams, as well as the opponents both have faced, will confirm every play matters in this league.
Below is a look at each contest from yesterday as told in recaps, boxscores, photo galleries and loads of video highlights.
It was the Jonathan Grimes show in Williamsburg as the senior rushed for a career-high 169 yards and caught two touchdown passes in the Tribe's upset win over New Hampshire, 24-10: William and Mary Recap | New Hampshire Recap | Boxscore
James Madison came from behind at home and used a career-day from freshman Jace Edwards to beat Villanova 34-10: James Madison Recap | Villanova Recap | Boxscore | James Madison Photo Gallery | Villanova Photo Gallery
Massachusetts scored all of its 21 points in the first quarter then limited the Blue Hens to just 10 in the second quarter and got out of Newark with a 21-10 victory: Massachusetts Recap | Delaware Recap | Boxscore