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Gameday Central -- Nov. 19

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          Release: 11/17/2011
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CAA Football Gameday Central is your source for all of the league action this weekend.  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 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 bid/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.

NOV. 19 | 12 PM | DURHAM, N.H. | CSN-NE
BOXSCORE
11/11 MAINE
27
12/13 NEW HAMPSHIRE
30

GAMEDAY LINKS GAMEDAY VIDEO | MAINE AUDIO | NEW HAMPSHIRE AUDIO | LIVESTATS
TEAM PAGES MAINE FOOTBALL | NEW HAMPSHIRE FOOTBALL
CAA FOOTBALL LINKS SCOREBOARD | PRESSBOX

#11/11 MAINE AT #12/13 NEW HAMPSHIRE
Saturday, Nov. 19 - 12 pm
Cowell Stadium (6,500), Durham, N.H.
Television:  CSN-NE
Series:  New Hampshire leads 47-43-8
Maine (8-2, 6-1 CAA)
Coach:  Jack Cosgrove
School:  105-110 (19 years)
Career:  105-110 (19 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Pushaun Brown (9 G, 173-867 yards, 9 TD)
Passing:  Warren Smith (10 G, 214-329-7-2443 yards, 16 TD)
Receiving:  Maurice McDonald (9 G, 58-591 yards, 5 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Vinson Givans (10 G, 36 solo, 45 assisted, 81 total)
Sacks:  Michael Cole (10 G, 7.0-42 yards)
Interceptions:  Trevor Coston (10 G, 5-48 yards)
New Hampshire (7-3, 5-2 CAA)
Coach:  Sean McDonnell
School:  95-61 (13 years)
Career:  95-61 (13 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Dontra Peters (10 G, 112-568 yards, 7 TD)
Passing:  Kevin Decker (10 G, 228-320-11-2869 yards, 17 TD)
Receiving:  Joey Orlando (10 G, 48-595 yards, 3 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Matt Evans (10 G, 79 solo, 63 assisted, 142 total)
Sacks:  Brian McNally (10 G, 7.5-40 yards)
Interceptions:  Chris Houston (10 G, 3-16 yards)


 

NOV. 19 | 12 PM | RICHMOND, VA. | CSN-MA BOXSCORE
WILLIAM AND MARY
25
RICHMOND
23

GAMEDAY LINKS GAMEDAY VIDEO | WILLIAM AND MARY AUDIO | RICHMOND AUDIO | LIVESTATS
TEAM PAGES WILLIAM AND MARY FOOTBALL | RICHMOND FOOTBALL
CAA FOOTBALL LINKS SCOREBOARD | PRESSBOX

WILLIAM AND MARY AT RICHMOND
Saturday, Nov. 19 - 12 pm
Robins Stadium (8,700), Richmond, Va.
Television:  CSN-MA
Series:  William and Mary leads 60-55-5
William and Mary (4-6, 2-5 CAA)
Coach:  Jimmye Laycock
School:  212-151-2 (32 years)
Career:  212-151-2 (32 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Jonathan Grimes (10 G, 249-1226 yards, 9 TD)
Passing:  Michael Graham (5 G, 55-92-3-787 yards, 5 TD)
Receiving:  D.J. Mangas (10 G, 38-518 yards, 4 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Jabrel Mines (10 G, 52 solo, 46 assisted, 98 total)
Sacks:  Marcus Hyde (10 G, 6.5-45 yards)
Interceptions:  Jabrel Mines (10 G, 2-35 yards)
Richmond (3-7, 0-7 CAA)
Interim Coach:  Wayne Lineburg
School:  3-7 (1 year)
Career:  3-7 (1 year)

Offense
Rushing:  Kendall Gaskins (10 G, 154-586 yards, 8 TD)
Passing:  Aaron Corp (10 G, 225-357-13-2486 yards, 16 TD)
Receiving:  Tre Gray (10 G, 85-1103 yards, 4 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Darius McMillan (10 G, 34 solo, 79 assisted, 113 total)
Sacks:  Kerry Wynn (7 G, 4.0-32 yards)
Interceptions:  Colin Pehanick (10 G, 2-0 yards)

 


 

NOV. 19 | 12:30 PM | KINGSTON, R.I.
BOXSCORE
8/10 TOWSON
28
RHODE ISLAND
17

GAMEDAY LINKS GAMEDAY VIDEO | TOWSON AUDIO | RHODE ISLAND AUDIO | LIVESTATS
TEAM PAGES TOWSON FOOTBALL | RHODE ISLAND FOOTBALL
CAA FOOTBALL LINKS SCOREBOARD | PRESSBOX

#8/10 TOWSON AT RHODE ISLAND
Saturday, Nov. 19 - 12:30 pm
Meade Stadium (25,000), Kingston, R.I.
Television:  None
Series:  Rhode Island leads 6-5
Towson (8-2, 6-1 CAA)
Coach:  Rob Ambrose
School:  11-21 (3 years)
Career:  14-28 (4 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Terrance West (10 G, 164-1190 yards, 25 TD)
Passing:  Grant Enders (9 G, 133-198-8-1655 yards, 12 TD)
Receiving:  Tom Ryan (10 G, 32-471 yards, 1 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Jordan Dangerfield (8 G, 48 solo, 33 assisted, 81 total)
Sacks:  Frank Beltre (10 G, 4.0-23 yards)
Interceptions:  Kenton Powell (9 G, 3-44 yards)
Rhode Island (3-7, 2-5 CAA)
Coach:  Joe Trainer
School:  9-23 (3 years)
Career:  22-43 (6 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Travis Hurd (8 G, 111-418 yards, 3 TD)
Passing:  Bob Bentsen (8 G, 77-125-7-965 yards, 8 TD)
Receiving:  Anthony Baskerville (10 G, 45-717 yards, 6 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Dave Zocco (10 G, 64 solo, 23 assisted, 87 total)
Sacks:  Doug Johnson (10 G, 6.0-34 yards)
Interceptions:  Doug Johnson (10 G, 2-56 yards)

 


 

NOV. 19 | 1 PM | AMHERST, MASS.
BOXSCORE
19/20 JAMES MADISON
34
MASSACHUSETTS
17

GAMEDAY LINKS GAMEDAY VIDEO | JAMES MADISON AUDIO | MASSACHUSETTS AUDIO | LIVESTATS
TEAM PAGES JAMES MADISON FOOTBALL | MASSACHUSETTS FOOTBALL
CAA FOOTBALL LINKS SCOREBOARD | PRESSBOX

#19/20 JAMES MADISON AT MASSACHUSETTS
Saturday, Nov. 19 - 1 pm
McGuirk Stadium (17,000), Amherst, Mass.
Television:  None
Series:  Massachusetts leads 8-6-1
James Madison (6-4, 4-3 CAA)
Coach:  Mickey Matthews
School:  94-60 (13 years)
Career:  94-60 (13 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Dae’Quan Scott (10 G, 166-915 yards, 10 TD)
Passing:  Jace Edwards (6 G, 62-99-2-733 yards, 3 TD)
Receiving:  Brian Barlow (10 G, 27-264 yards, 1 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Stephon Robertson (10 G, 43 solo, 38 assisted, 81 total)
Sacks:  Lamar Middleton (10 G, 5.0-35 yards)
Interceptions:  Dean Marlow (10 G, 3-25 yards)
Massachusetts (5-5, 0-0 CAA)
Coach:  Kevin Morris
School:  16-16 (3 years)
Career:  40-48 (9 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Jonathan Hernandez (10 G, 246-1045 yards, 12 TD)
Passing:  Kellen Pagel (7 G, 133-231-7-1489 yards, 8 TD)
Receiving:  Julian Talley (10 G, 54-702 yards, 4 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Tyler Holmes (10 G, 41 solo, 63 assisted, 104 total)
Sacks:  Perry McIntyre (10 G, 5.5-37 yards)
Interceptions:  Darren Thellen (10 G, 5-172 yards)

 


 

NOV. 19 | 3:30 PM | CHESTER, PA. | TCN/CSS
BOXSCORE
15/17 DELAWARE
26
VILLANOVA
16

GAMEDAY LINKS GAMEDAY VIDEO | DELAWARE AUDIO | VILLANOVA AUDIO | LIVESTATS
TEAM PAGES DELAWARE FOOTBALL | VILLANOVA FOOTBALL
CAA FOOTBALL LINKS SCOREBOARD | PRESSBOX

#15/17 DELAWARE VS VILLANOVA
Saturday, Nov. 19 - 3:30 pm
PPL Park (18,500), Chester, Pa.
Television:  TCN/CSS
Series:  Villanova leads 23-20-1
Delaware (6-4, 4-3 CAA)
Coach:  K.C. Keeler
School:  80-46 (10 years)
Career:  168-67-2 (18 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Andrew Pierce (10 G, 239-1170 yards, 15 TD)
Passing:  Tim Donnelly (10 G, 151-22417-10-1579 yards, 11 TD)
Receiving:  Nihja White (9 G, 43-591 yards, 4 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Paul Worrilow (10 G, 45 solo, 42 assisted, 87 total)
Sacks:  Jamaul Christopher (9 G, 3.0-24 yards)
Interceptions:  Travis Hawkins (10 G, 4-29 yards)
Villanova (2-8, 1-6 CAA)
Coach:  Andy Talley
School:  190-115-1 (27 years)
Career:  218-133-2 (32 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Austin Medley (8 G, 63-328 yards, 4 TD)
Passing:  Chris Polony (6 G, 55-98-4-574 yards, 7 TD)
Receiving:  Dorian Wells (10 G, 36-435 yards, 5 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Dillon Lucas (10 G, 43 solo, 42 assisted, 85 total)
Sacks:  Devon Bridges (10 G, 3.0-21 yards)
Interceptions:  James Pitts (9 G, 5-26 yards)

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