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Gameday Central -- Dec. 3

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          Release: 12/02/2011
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CAA Football Gameday Central is your source for all of the league action in this weekend's NCAA Division I Football National Championship.  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 NCAA Championship Notebook

-- CAA Football squads own a mark of 3-1 (.750) in Second Round NCAA Championships action after the championship field was expanded in 2010.

-- Two of the five CAA Football postseason teams are making their first-ever appearance in the playoffs.  Old Dominion, in only its third season of existence, already won a playoff game this season.  Towson moved up to the I-AA (FCS) level in 1987 and joined the league in 2004.

-- CAA Football has had multiple NCAA Postseason berths in each of the last 21 seasons.

-- 15 CAA Football programs (including the Yankee Conference and Atlantic 10) have earned 80 postseason berths all-time dating back to 1978.

-- CAA Football has been represented in the NCAA Division I National Championship game in seven of the last eight seasons.

-- In 2007 CAA Football became the first league to ever garner five postseason berths in the NCAA Division I Football Championship field of 16.  The league, which has five postseason berths this season, has now accomplished the feat three times since 2007 (2008).

-- A CAA Football program has won two of the last three and four of the last eight National Championships.

-- Over the last two seasons CAA Football teams are 7-3 in NCAA Division I Championship games when not facing league opponents.

 

DEC. 3 | 1 PM | STATESBORO, GA. | ESPN3/ESPN GAMEPLAN
BOXSCORE
10/10 OLD DOMINION
48
3/2 GEORGIA SOUTHERN
55

GAMEDAY LINKS GAMEDAY VIDEO | OLD DOMINION AUDIO | GEORGIA SOUTHERN AUDIO | LIVESTATS
TEAM PAGES OLD DOMINION FOOTBALL | GEORGIA SOUTHERN FOOTBALL
CAA FOOTBALL LINKS SCOREBOARD | PRESSBOX | NCAA DIVISION I FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

#10/10 OLD DOMINION AT #3/2 GEORGIA SOUTHERN
Saturday, Dec. 3 - 1 pm - NCAA SECOND ROUND
Paulson Stadium (18,000), Statesboro, Ga.
Television:  ESPN3
Series:  First Meeting
Old Dominion (10-2, 6-2 CAA)
Coach:  Bobby Wilder
School:  27-7 (3 years)
Career:  27-7 (3 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Angus Harper (12 G, 135-602 yards, 9 TD)
Passing:  Taylor Heinicke (8 G, 186-263-1-2039 yards, 20 TD)
Receiving:  Nick Mayers (11 G, 57-658 yards, 7 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Craig Wilkins (12 G, 57 solo, 51 assisted, 108 total)
Sacks:  Ronnie Cameron (12 G, 6.5-48 yards)
Interceptions:  Eriq Lewis (10 G, 5-31 yards)
Georgia Southern (9-2)
Coach:  Jeff Monken
School:  19-7 (2 years)
Career:  19-7 (2 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Robert Brown (11 G, 130-834 yards, 5 TD)
Passing:  Jaybo Shaw (11 G, 50-97-3-1096 yards, 8 TD)
Receiving:  Johnathan Bryant (11 G, 9-303 yards, 2 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Deion Stanley (11 G, 49 solo, 19 assisted, 68 total)
Sacks:  Brent Russell (11 G, 5.0-31 yards)
Interceptions:  Laron Scott (11 G, 3-37 yards)

 


 

DEC. 3 | 2 PM | BOONE, N.C. | ESPN3/ESPN GAMEPLAN
BOXSCORE
13/13 MAINE
34
9/8 APPALACHIAN STATE
12

GAMEDAY LINKS GAMEDAY VIDEO | MAINE AUDIO | APPALACHIAN STATE AUDIO | LIVESTATS
TEAM PAGES MAINE FOOTBALL | APPALACHIAN STATE FOOTBALL
CAA FOOTBALL LINKS SCOREBOARD | PRESSBOX | NCAA DIVISION I FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

#13/13 MAINE AT #9/8 APPALACHIAN STATE
Saturday, Dec. 3 - 2 pm - NCAA SECOND ROUND
Kidd Brewer Stadium (21,650), Boone, N.C.
Television:  ESPN3
Series:  Maine leads 1-0
Maine (8-3, 6-2 CAA)
Coach:  Jack Cosgrove
School:  105-111 (19 years)
Career:  105-111 (19 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Pushaun Brown (10 G, 193-944 yards, 10 TD)
Passing:  Warren Smith (11 G, 238-370-10-2643 yards, 17 TD)
Receiving:  Maurice McDonald (10 G, 58-591 yards, 5 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Vinson Givans (11 G, 38 solo, 47 assisted, 85 total)
Sacks:  Michael Cole (11 G, 10.0-67 yards)
Interceptions:  Trevor Coston (11 G, 6-48 yards)
Appalachian State (8-3)
Coach:  Jerry Moore
School:  207-82 (23 years)
Career:  234-130-2 (30 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Travaris Cadet (11 G, 145-655 yards, 5 TD)
Passing:  Jamal Jackson (9 G, 135-217-6-1729 yards, 14 TD)
Receiving:  Brian Quick (11 G, 64-1055 yards, 11 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Jeremy Kimbrough (10 G, 40 solo, 53 assisted, 93 total)
Sacks:  John Rizor (11 G, 4.0-33 yards)
Interceptions:  Demetrius McCray (11 G, 5-8 yards)

 


 

DEC. 3 | 3 PM | BOZEMAN, MONT. | ESPN3/ESPN GAMEPLAN
BOXSCORE
11/12 NEW HAMPSHIRE
25
7/7 MONTANA STATE
26

GAMEDAY LINKS GAMEDAY VIDEO | NEW HAMPSHIRE AUDIO | MONTANA STATE AUDIO | LIVESTATS
TEAM PAGES NEW HAMPSHIRE FOOTBALL | MONTANA STATE FOOTBALL
CAA FOOTBALL LINKS SCOREBOARD | PRESSBOX | NCAA DIVISION I FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

#11/12 NEW HAMPSHIRE AT #7/7 MONTANA STATE
Saturday, Dec. 3 - 3 pm - NCAA SECOND ROUND
Bobcat Stadium (17,200), Bozeman, Mont.
Television:  ESPN3
Series:  Montana State leads 1-0
New Hampshire (8-3, 6-2 CAA)
Coach:  Sean McDonnell
School:  96-61 (13 years)
Career:  96-61 (13 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Dontra Peters (10 G, 112-568 yards, 7 TD)
Passing:  Kevin Decker (11 G, 244-350-14-3072 yards, 20 TD)
Receiving:  Joey Orlando (11 G, 49-617 yards, 3 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Matt Evans (11 G, 82 solo, 72 assisted, 154 total)
Sacks:  Brian McNally (11 G, 7.5-40 yards)
Interceptions:  Chris Houston (11 G, 5-45 yards)
Montana State (9-2)
Coach:  Rob Ash
School:  38-19 (5 years)
Career:  214-118-5 (32 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Cody Kirk (11 G, 211-1233 yards, 14 TD)
Passing:  DeNarius McGhee (11 G, 167-274-10-2360 yards, 22 TD)
Receiving:  Elvis Akpla (11 G, 49-940 yards, 11 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Jody Owens (11 G, 47 solo, 40 assisted, 87 total)
Sacks:  Brad Daly (11 G, 10.0-95 yards)
Interceptions:  Na’a Moeakiola (10 G, 2-15 yards)

 


 

DEC. 3 | 3:30 PM | TOWSON, MD. | ESPN3/ESPN GAMEPLAN
BOXSCORE
6/6 LEHIGH
40
8/9 TOWSON
38

GAMEDAY LINKS GAMEDAY VIDEO | LEHIGH AUDIO | TOWSON AUDIO | LIVESTATS
TEAM PAGES LEHIGH FOOTBALL | TOWSON FOOTBALL
CAA FOOTBALL LINKS SCOREBOARD | PRESSBOX | NCAA DIVISION I FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

#6/6 LEHIGH AT #8/9 TOWSON
Saturday, Dec. 3 - 3:30 pm - NCAA SECOND ROUND
Unitas Stadium (11,198), Towson, Md.
Television:  ESPN3
Series:  Lehigh leads 10-1
Lehigh (10-1)
Coach:  Andy Coen
School:  40-28 (6 years)
Career:  40-28 (6 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Zach Barket (10 G, 143-706 yards, 4 TD)
Passing:  Chris Lum (11 G, 297-443-15-3739 yards, 31 TD)
Receiving:  Ryan Spadola (11 G, 83-1462 yards, 10 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Mike Groome (11 G, 42 solo, 52 assisted, 94 total)
Sacks:  Ben Flizack (11 G, 6.5-41 yards)
Interceptions:  Mike Groome (11 G, 4-88 yards)
Towson (9-2, 7-1 CAA)
Coach:  Rob Ambrose
School:  12-21 (3 years)
Career:  15-28 (4 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Terrance West (11 G, 183-1242 yards, 27 TD)
Passing:  Grant Enders (10 G, 153-224-8-1867 yards, 14 TD)
Receiving:  Tom Ryan (11 G, 37-536 yards, 3 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Jordan Dangerfield (9 G, 49 solo, 33 assisted, 82 total)
Sacks:  Frank Beltre (11 G, 4.0-23 yards)
Interceptions:  Kenton Powell (10 G, 3-44 yards)

 


 

DEC. 3 | 4 PM | FARGO, N.D. | ESPN3/ESPN GAMEPLAN
BOXSCORE
17/19 JAMES MADISON
14
4/4 NORTH DAKOTA STATE
26

GAMEDAY LINKS GAMEDAY VIDEO | JAMES MADISON AUDIO | NORTH DAKOTA STATE AUDIO | LIVESTATS
TEAM PAGES JAMES MADISON FOOTBALL | NORTH DAKOTA STATE FOOTBALL
CAA FOOTBALL LINKS SCOREBOARD | PRESSBOX | NCAA DIVISION I FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP

#17/19 JAMES MADISON AT #4/4 NORTH DAKOTA STATE
Saturday, Dec. 3 - 4 pm - NCAA SECOND ROUND
Fargodome (18,700), Fargo, N.D.
Television:  ESPN3
Series:  First Meeting
James Madison (8-4, 5-3 CAA)
Coach:  Mickey Matthews
School:  96-60 (13 years)
Career:  96-60 (13 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Dae’Quan Scott (12 G, 220-1241 yards, 12 TD)
Passing:  Jace Edwards (6 G, 62-99-2-733 yards, 3 TD)
Receiving:  Brian Barlow (12 G, 29-282 yards, 1 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Stephon Robertson (12 G, 54 solo, 48 assisted, 102 total)
Sacks:  D.J. Bryant (12 G, 6.0-62 yards)
Interceptions:  Dean Marlow (12 G, 4-25 yards)
North Dakota State (10-1)
Coach:  Craig Bohl
School:  71-31 (9 years)
Career:  71-31 (9 years)

Offense
Rushing:  Sam Ojuri (11 G, 132-781 yards, 8 TD)
Passing:  Brock Jensen (11 G, 171-245-2-1994 yards, 11 TD)
Receiving:  Warren Holloway (11 G, 55-746 yards, 6 TD)

Defense
Tackles:  Chad Willson (11 G, 36 solo, 29 assisted, 65 total)
Sacks:  Coulter Boyer (11 G, 7.0-37 yards)
Interceptions:  Marcus Williams (11 G, 7-274 yards)

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