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This weekend’s New England college football games

A rundown of this weekend’s New England college football games in Division 1, 2, and 3.

FRIDAY

LIU Post at Bentley

Senior QB Danny Guadagnoli has accounted for 515 of the Falcons’ 651 total yards and is 157 passing yards shy of 3,000 for career.

Stonehill at Assumption

Logan Meyer (5 TDs passing, 1 rushing last week), Jamal Johnson (170 yards rushing), and Nate Robitaille (10 catches) emerging as terrific trio for Skyhawks.

Merrimack at Southern Conn.

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Strong-armed Joe Clancy (10 TDs), Warriors can light up the scoreboard, and Merrimack has yielded 103 points in two games.

New Haven at Saint Anselm

Sean Berglund leads Chargers defense that yielded 25 yards rushing in home opener against Pace.

Worcester St. at Bridgewater St.

ECAC Division 3 Northeast Defensive Player of the Week Adam Straughn a sturdy linebacker for 2-0 Lancers.

SATURDAY

Michigan at UConn

Winless Huskies expecting largest crowd in 10-year history of Rentschler Field. for invasion of 3-0 Wolverines

Maine at Northwestern

Black Bears (3-0), 0-2 against Big Ten foes, must stack the box against ground game of 18th-ranked Wildcats.

Georgetown at Brown

QB Patrick Donnelly and senior-heavy Bears ride a six-game nonleague winning streak into opener.

Yale at Colgate

Elis have five players on the roster that started at QB last season, but Morgan Roberts , a Clemson transfer, may may get the start.

Harvard at San Diego

Toreros coach Dale Lindsey was defensive coordinator on Rod Rust’s Patriots staff in 1990. Crimson QB Conner Hempel making first start since high school.

Dartmouth at Butler

Big Green will again deploy two quarterbacks, Dalyn Williams, the Ivy’s top rookie in 2012, and junior Alex Park.

Monmouth at Holy Cross

In just the third game under the lights at Fitton Field, Crusaders coming off a 72-carry, 419-yard rushing performance.

Rhode Island at William & Mary

Andrew Bose (17 tackles vs. Albany), Rams eye program’s first win in Williamsburg.

Chowan at Sacred Heart

Sean Bell (205 yards rushing vs. Lincoln), 3-0 Pioneers take on a Hawks squad that rang up 60 points last week.

Central Connecticut at Albany

Blitzed by visiting Holy Cross’s game-closing 24-0 run last week, winless Blue Devils face former Northeast Conference foe.

American International at Pace

Kevin Arduino, Yellow Jackets buzzed Merrimack with 62-point night in Week 2. New Haven socked Setters with 65. Mercy.

Trinity at Bates

Evan Bunker and Ben Crick churned out 1,867 yards rushing in last year’s 8-0 finish for Bantams.

Amherst at Hamilton

With Rob Wasielewski, a two-time all-NESCAC selection at left tackle, the Lord Jeffs have blind side covered for junior QB Max Lippe.

Middlebury at Bowdoin

After a record-setting campaign (31 touchdown passes, 2,897 yards), what can Panthers senior McCallum Foote do for an encore?

Williams at Colby

Ephs’ run of winning seasons ended at 24 with 4-4 finish last fall. They need a healthy Alex Scyocurka (5.3 yards per carry).

Tufts at Wesleyan

First night game in NESCAC history? 55 freshmen and sophomores on the roster? Still can’t wipe smile off the face of Jumbos coach Jay Civetti.

Mass. Maritime at Maine Maritime

Special teams whiz Bobby Rosano, Bucs sailing up to Castine for Admiral’s Cup after thriller over SUNY-Maritime.

Hampton-Sydney at Coast Guard

With 33 members of 1963 squad (8-1) slated to attend home opener, Bears will wear throwback uniforms, hoping to avoid first 0-3 start since ’83.

Kean at Endicott

Gulls senior Dylan Rushe booted five field goals, racked up 19 points, and averaged 50.5 yards on four punts last week.

Western Conn. at Plymouth State

Colonials buoyed by first season-opening win since 2006. Panthers senior Andrew Foglia (6.7 yards per carry) will be tough to tackle.

UMass-Dartmouth at Westfield St.

Gregg Jackson (2 interceptions) and opportunistic Owls taking flight after stunning President’s Trophy win over WNE.

Fitchburg St. at Framingham St.

Freshman QB Garrett Dellechiaie, Falcons showed plenty of spunk pulling out win over Curry.

Alfred State at Husson

Will Eagles freshman back Kyle McKinnon be a game-changer in battle of winless squads?

Castleton State at Rensselaer

Junior Kevin Alberque (8 catches, 152 yards, plus 148 yards on returns) was a highlight reel for Spartans against Endicott.

Springfield at Mount Ida

Jonathan Marrero-directed Pride attack pounded out 396 yards on ground last week.

Norwich at WPI

Engineers freshman safety Kevin Lynch fresh off a breakthrough performance: 10 tackles, two pass breakups, and a blocked punt.

Hartwick at Becker

The Hawks from upstate New York are humming right along (42 ppg).

Craig Larson can be reached at clarson@globe.com.
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