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Sunday QB: A Pile At The Top

Courtesy: CAA
          Release: 11/06/2011
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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.

Towson's win at Maine and New Hampshire's victory over James Madison resulted in three teams now atop the league standings at 5-1.  Old Dominion is 5-2 following its win over Richmond, and has just one game left to play.  New Hampshire will play at Towson next weekend and host Maine to end the season.  A lot left to be decided.  Villanova picked up its first league win of the season by forcing six UMass turnovers in Amherst.  William and Mary got a monster day on the ground from running back Jonathan Grimes, but a late field goal by Rhode Island gave the Rams their second CAA Football win of the year.

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

 


New Hampshire maintained its place among the league's top 3 with a 28-10 win over visiting James Madison: New Hampshire Recap | James Madison Recap | Boxscore

 

 

 

 

 


 

Towson's Terrance West was nearly unstoppable as the Tigers gave Maine its first league loss of the year, 40-30, in Orono:  Towson Recap | Maine Recap | Boxscore

 

 

 

 


 

Rhode Island blocked two punts and got a late field goal from Louis Feinstein to upend William and Mary, 24-21:  Rhode Island Recap | William and Mary Recap | Boxscore

 

 


 

Old Dominion got off to a quick start, but had to rally after Richmond tied the score in the fourth. The Monarchs prevailed, 42-28:  Old Dominion Recap | Richmond Recap | Boxscore | Old Dominion Photo Gallery

 

 

 

 


 

Villanova forced six turnovers, including three interceptions by James Pitts, to pick up its first win of the year, 35-17, at Massachusetts:  Villanova Recap | Massachusetts Recap | Boxscore

 

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