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Sunday QB: It's Down To Saturday

Courtesy: CAA
          Release: 11/13/2011
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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 and Towson will iron out the league championship scenarios this weekend when both squads go on the road. Both won home games Saturday to cement their playoff possibilities.  Old Dominion closed out its regular season with a win at rival William and Mary, while both Delaware and James Madison kept playoff hopes alive with wins at home.

Tie-Breakers & Championship Scenarios:  So you want to know who is going to hoist that trophy following Saturday's action, or which team will be earmarked as the CAA Football automatic qualifier to the NCAA Division I National Championship.  Read the explanations and scenarios below.

2011 CAA Football Tie-Breakers

CAA Football utilizes tie-breaking procedures to determine its automatic qualifier for NCAA Championship participation. Conference Championships can and will be awarded to multiple teams in the event of identical conference winning percentage.

2011 CAA Football Automatic Big/League Title Scenarios
-- A Maine win and a Towson loss will give Maine the outright title and the league's automatic bid into the NCAA Division I National Championship.

-- A Towson win and a Maine loss will give Towson the outright title and the league's automatic bid into the NCAA Division I National Championship.

-- A Maine win and a Towson win will give both teams a share of the league title, while Towson will earn CAA Football's automatic bid by way of the league's head-to-head tiebreaker...Towson defeated Maine, 40-30, Nov. 5.

-- A Maine loss and a Towson loss will create a four-team share of the league title including Maine, New Hampshire, Old Dominion and Towson. Towson will earn CAA Football's automatic bid by way of its combined 3-0 record against all teams tied atop the league standings.

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

 


Old Dominion went on the road to wrap up its regular season and came away with a hard-fought win at William and Mary, 35-31:  Old Dominion Recap | William and Mary Recap | Boxscore

 

 

 

 

 


Maine forced a handful of key turnovers to come from behind in a win at home over UMass:  Maine Recap | Massachusetts Recap | Boxscore

 

 


James Madison played solid defensively, shutting Rhode Island out for a large portion of the contest, to earn a 31-13 win:  James Madison Recap | Rhode Island Recap | Boxscore

 

 


Towson got four touchdowns from Terrance West, the nation's leading scorer, in topping New Hampshire, 56-42:  Towson Recap | New Hampshire Recap | Boxscore

 

 

 

 

 


Delaware closed out its regular season home schedule with a 24-10 win over Richmond:  Delaware Recap | Richmond Recap | Boxscore

 

 

 

 

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