Southern Connecticut at Saint Anselm
Lexington High product John Moscatel delivered career highs in rushing (116) and all-purpose (225) yards for Owls last week.
Assumption at American International
Can Greyhounds slow down potent AIC attack fueled by strong-armed junior Kevin Arduino and explosive back Terrell Williams?
Endicott at CurryWill Jason Silva (two picks) and Gulls take flight after solid second-half showing against Kean?
Connecticut at Buffalo
Worcester Doherty’s Yawin Smallwood (13 tackles vs. Michigan) and 0-3 Huskies head to upstate New York seeking first win.
Maine at Richmond
Off gritty showing at Northwestern (379-373 edge in yards), 3-1 Black Bears eye first opening CAA road win since 2006.
Cornell at Yale
Tyler Varga’s 236-yard rushing effort at Colgate was second-highest total by an Ivy back in an opener since Ed Marinaro in 1971.
Brown at Harvard
Crimson must corral three-time Ivy 100-meter champ John Spooney, who made a smashing return to gridiron against Georgetown.
New Hampshire at Lehigh
’Cats have won nine straight in series, but 3-0 Mountain Hawks are battle-tested with back-to-back nail-biters on road.
Holy Cross at Dartmouth
Crusader freshman Peter Pujals (12 of 19, 2 TDs) had a promising debut in loss to Monmouth.
Central Connecticut at Rhode Island
Senior linebacker Chuck Watson (15 tackles) was immense in Blue Devils’ win at Albany.
Bryant at Wagner
The first receiver in program history with 3,000-plus yards, senior Jordan Harris has 27 career TDs.
Sacred Heart at Bucknell
Juggernaut Pioneers pounded D2 foes, 123-38, the past two weeks, but Bison have a bit more bite.
Pace at Merrimack
With 15 TDs in three games, Joe Clancy is responsible for 96 Warrior points, which shares D2 lead.
LIU Post at New Haven
Charger senior QB Ronnie Nelson threw for 313 yards, and ran for 171 more in a five-touchdown performance last week.
Bentley at Stonehill
A Danny Guadagnoli-Logan Meyer duel under the lights? Both QBs were clutch when it counted Friday night.
Wesleyan at Hamilton
In opener, Cardinal junior QB Jesse Warren (13 of 17, 3 TDs) engineered the most prolific half (485 yards, 45 points) in program history.
Colby at MiddleburySafety Zach Padula (98-yard pick-6) and Mules were ballhawks against Williams. McCallum Foote (36 of 59, 3 TDs) will keep visitors on their toes.
Bowdoin at Amherst
Lord Jeffs determined to christen newly renovated Pratt Field, the third-oldest football-playing site in NCAA, with thunderous win.
Tufts at Bates
Hard-hitting linebacking trio of Mike Meade, Matt McCormack, and Sean Harrington will be tested by Bobcats’ ground game.
Williams at Trinity
Masco grad Evan Bunker (123 yards rushing, 3 TDs in Week 1), Bantams bullish about earning 11th straight win.
MIT at Salve Regina
No day at the beach against Seahawk defense, which has not allowed a red zone score, and paces Division 3 in third- and fourth-down stops.
Maine Maritime at Western New England
Senior Billy Wetherbee (34 carries, 191 yards last week) the latest in a long line of stellar Mariner fullbacks.
Nichols at Coast Guard
Kevin Loney and his much-improved Bison can top last year’s win total with a victory in New London.
Framingham State at Western Connecticut
The last time the Rams made a road trip to Danbury, in 1985, Paul Pasqualoni was Colonials’ HC, and Steve Addazio an assistant.
Bridgewater State at Fitchburg State
Stoughton’s Matt Green unveiled his Bear claws last week: 6 receptions, 202 yards, and 5 touchdowns.
Mass. Maritime at Worcester State
In 21 total plays, Bucs backup QB Johnny “Touchdown” Trudel has accounted for five TDs.
Plymouth State at UMass-Dartmouth
Safety Cody Merritt (Plymouth North) and linebacker Jordan Guyton (Canton) have been dogged defenders for Corsairs.
Anna Maria at Catholic
AmCats allowing just 8.0 yards per kick return, a good start against a 2-0 Cardinal squad.
Springfield at Rochester
Pride ground game averaging 6.2 yards per carry and D has registered back-to-back shutouts for first time since 1957.
RPI at WPI
Engineer sophomore linebacker Eric Lacroix of Methuen coming off a career-high 15-tackle effort.