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This weekend’s New England college football games

A breakdown of this week’s New England college football games in Divisions 1, 2, and 3.

FRIDAY

New Haven at Assumption

Tad Beuchert’s 44-yard FG at AIC put Hounds back in NE-10 hunt.

Pace at Southern Connecticut

John Moscatel/Dequane June became the first Owl duo to each rush for 100 yards since 2011.

SATURDAY

New Hampshire at Towson

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Wildcats ruled first seven games of the series, but Tigers have erupted for 120 points in last two.

Delaware at Maine

Stout Black Bears D yielded just 65 yards rushing in thrilling win at Richmond.

Dartmouth at Penn

Big Green sophomore QB Dalyn Williams has passed for 200-plus yards in four straight games.

Yale at Cal Poly

Deon Randall (11 catches, 4 total TDs last week) and a ramped-up Eli attack take their show West.

Rhode Island at Brown

Revved up after its highest point total since 2009, Rams tangle with Bears in teams’ 98th meeting.

Harvard at Holy Cross

Off the edge, Zach Hodges will be a handful for Crusaders and poised freshman QB Peter Pujals.

Saint Francis at Central Connecticut

Blue Devils must take care of the ball and corral RB Kyle Harbridge (291 yards, 3 TDs vs. Fordham).

Wagner at Sacred Heart

Pioneers still perfect at 5-0, thanks to program-record-tying three picks from senior corner J.D. Roussel in a blanking of Bucknell.

Bryant at Stony Brook

In win over Wagner, redshirt freshman Paul Canevari (173 yards, 3 TDs) fueled Bulldogs’ best rushing effort since 2011.

Merrimack at LIU-Post

Staggering: Joe Clancy (64.5 percent passer) has tossed 22 TD passes (with 2 picks) and thrown for 1,590 yards in four games.

American International at Stonehill

Skyhawks can play a little D too, forcing 4 turnovers and racking up 6 sacks in blasting of Bentley.

Saint Anselm at Bentley

Senior QB Danny Guadagnoli, Falcons geared up to bounce back after program’s poorest offensive showing in six years.

Colby at Wesleyan

Host Cardinals pace NESCAC in scoring (43.5 ppg), defense (7.5 ppg), and Jesse Warren has a QB efficiency rating of 227.5.

Bowdoin at Tufts

Junior Jack Doll (school-record 46 completions) directed Jumbos to best offensive performance since 2010 in 4-point loss to Bates.

Hamilton at Trinity

Bantam linebacker Michael Weatherby registered game-high 11 tackles vs. Williams and his forced fumble in fourth quarter was pivotal.

Bates at Williams

Mansfield’s Shawn Doherty (182 yards rushing, 2 TDs) is coming off best performance by a Bobcat back in a decade.

Middlebury at Amherst

McCallum Foote (355.5 passing yards per game) must decipher a Lord Jeffs’ D that has picked off NESCAC-leading seven passes.

Maine Maritime at Endicott

New Bedford’s Drew Frenette (20 of 29, 308 yards, 4 TDs) was on target for Gulls in win last week.

Curry at MIT

Finally back at Steinbrenner Stadium, 2-1 Engineers put the focus on finishing after late loss to Salve Regina.

Salve Regina at Nichols

Senior Richie Edwards (120 yards rushing, TD vs. MIT) made a healthy return for Seahawks.

Western New England at Coast Guard

CGA sophomore safety Joe Rizzardi was golden against Nichols, snaring a pair of pick-6s in victory.

UMass-Dartmouth at Framingham State

Salem High product Melikke Van Alstyne (5,095 career yards, 49 TDs) consistently pounds out tough yards for the Rams.

Western Connecticut at Bridgewater State

Mike McCarthy/Matt Green-powered Bear attack back in gear, averaging 40 points during three-game win streak.

Fitchburg State at Mass. Maritime

Eye-popping numbers from Bucs’ 64-63 loss to Worcester State: 121 offensive plays; 298 all-purpose yards from back Stefan Gustafson.

Westfield State at Plymouth State

Owls have not turned the ball over in back-to-back blowout wins and Chelmsford’s Tim Rich is back under center at QB.

Gallaudet at Mount Ida

Jawad Yatim (61.8 percent passer) and the 1-2 Mustangs have had two weeks to prepare for the ECFC-leading Bison.

Castleton at Husson

Host Eagles riding momentum of first shutout since 2008, with Stephen Dance and Ellis Throckmorton supplying stellar play.

Anna Maria at N.Y. Maritime

Senior linebacker Jordan Koehler (18 tackles) was a shining light in shutout loss at Catholic University.

Becker at Norwich

Can Hawks contain Cadets’ 1-2 punch of Al Georgio/Keyen Foley (343 yards, 3 TDs last game)?

WPI at Hobart

In tune after Transit Trophy win, sophomore safety Eric Lacroix, Engineers ready to tackle seventh-ranked Statesmen.

Union at Springfield

Winless Dutchmen a perfect remedy for Pride (D3-leading 393.5 rushing yards per game), prickly after 36-35 loss at Rochester.

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