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Sunday QB: November Schedule Full Of Big Games

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          Release: 10/30/2011
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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.

Maine took care of business in bad weather at Villanova to remain undefeated in league play.  The Black Bears will face two of the league's Top 3 over the next month.  Towson fell for the first time in league play, but has games against two of the league's Top 3 left.  New Hampshire, with just one league loss, played its way into three huge games in November.  Old Dominion secured its seventh win overall and will continue to the grind looking for its first playoff berth.  James Madison will need to rebound from its loss Saturday to keep playoff hopes alive, but it isn't going to be easy facing New Hampshire in Durham.  Delaware's win at Towson gave the Blue Hens a fighting chance for the postseason, but wins have to keep coming after their open week.

Below is a look at each contest from yesterday as told in recaps, boxscores, photo galleries and loads of video highlights.



Old Dominion's Taylor Heinicke was impressive early, while the Monarch's defense limited the JMU rushing attack in the second half for a 23-20 win:  Old Dominion Recap | James Madison Recap | Boxscore | Old Dominion Photo Gallery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


New Hampshire took advantage of Rhode Island miscues to win 31-24 on Homecoming, and remain in the hunt for a league title:  New Hampshire Recap | Rhode Island Recap | Boxscore | Rhode Island Photo Gallery 1 | Rhode Island Photo Gallery 2

 

 

 

 

 

 


Massachusetts forced six turnovers and held Richmond to just one rushing yard, topping the Spiders 28-7:  Massachusetts Recap | Richmond Recap | Boxscore

 

 

 

 


Maine and Villanova faced in terrible weather conditions, but the Black Bears withstood the elements to maintain its hold on the league lead, 41-25:  Maine Recap | Villanova Recap | Boxscore

 

 

 


Delaware got a handful of huge kickoff returns as well as a great effort from Andrew Pierce in handing Towson its first league loss, 35-30:  Delaware Recap | Towson Recap | Boxscore

 

 

 

 

 

 

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