This weekend’s New England college football games


LIU Post at Saint Anselm

Senior back Keith Charles (2 TDs at AIC) has piled up 5,024 career all-purpose yards for the Hawks.


Stony Brook at Maine

Senior Marcus Wasilewski (423 total yards) was immense for the 10th-ranked Black Bears in

a 37-35 thriller at Villanova.

New Hampshire at William & Mary


Wildcats’ last win in Williamsburg? 1998 — a Jerry Azumah 235-yard special for the retiring Bill Bowes.

Rhode Island at Old Dominion

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Senior end James Timmons (25 consecutive starts) has 12 tackles for losses this season.

Columbia at Yale

The last three weeks, all losses, Elis are minus-5 in turnover margin, a stark contrast to their 3-0 start.

Penn at Brown

Bear senior Jordan Reisner fresh off second 100-yard rushing day of his career, both against Cornell.

Dartmouth at Harvard

Since 2007, Crimson are 11-0 following a loss; Big Green boast Ivy’s stingiest defense (20.2 ppg).

Holy Cross at Fordham


Freshman back Gabe Guild gashed Lafayette for a career-high 142 yards, 2 TDs last week.

Bryant at Robert Morris

Bulldog senior Jordan Harris stands alone atop NEC record book in receiving yards (3,494).

Central Connecticut at Wagner

Junior Rob Hollomon had a grand day with his nine-carry, 212-yard performance against Salve Regina.

Monmouth at Sacred Heart

In teams’ last scheduled meeting, RJ Noel and Pioneers (7-2) try to bounce back after loss at Saint Francis (Pa.).

Pace at Stonehill

Colin Marcus (203 yards rushing last week), Skyhawks in position to secure slot in NE-10 title game.

Merrimack at Assumption


Joe Clancy (38 TDs) takes on a Greyhound D that has NE-10-high 13 picks.

American Int’l at New Haven

Yellow Jackets have rattled off four straight wins. A fifth would lock up spot in NE-10 title game.

Southern Connecticut at Bentley

Falcon senior Danny Guadagnoli at 5,191 career passing yards after 433-yard day at Merrimack.

Bowdoin at Bates

Polar Bear freshman Tyler Grant (23-119) produced his first 100-yard rushing day vs. Wesleyan.

Tufts at Colby

Jumbo LBs Matt McCormack (10.7) and Tommy Meade (10.5) rank 2-3 in NESCAC in tackles.

Hamilton at Middlebury

Junior DB Matthew Benedict coming off a stellar 19-tackle effort

in riveting win over Trinity.

Trinity at Amherst

Lord Jeffs received a 21-carry, 97-yard effort from freshman Nick Kelly in 17-7 win over Tufts.

Williams at Wesleyan

Sophomore James Hoye (NESCAC-leading 9 sacks), Ephs must pressure high-flying Cards (36.2 ppg).

Salve Regina at Maine Maritime

Seahawks own NEFC’s best run D; Billy Wetherbee (152.2 yards per game), Mariners can run.

Curry at Western New England

Colonels must corral a Kevin Cook-led ground attack producing 250.7 yards per game.

Endicott at MIT

Gulls geared up to continue perfect run through NEFC with 11th straight victory.

Fitchburg State at Westfield State

Owls can send off 24-year coach Steve Marino with a win in his home finale on Western Avenue.

Western Conn. at UMass-Dartmouth

After 28 consecutive losses, the Octavias McKoy-powered Colonials have won six of eight.

Worcester St. at Plymouth St.

Panther junior Rob Giles boomed three field goals, including a 39-yarder, in loss to Framingham.

Mass. Maritime at Framingham St.

Hatfields/McCoys? No. But Buccaneers attack (38.1 ppg) will test a rugged defense of MASCAC-leading Rams in seventh edition of Kelley Cup.

N.Y. Maritime at Husson

Coach Gabby Price’s Eagles have opportunity to secure first non-losing season since 2008.

Gallaudet at Becker

Sophomore Chase Magsig (56- and 66-yard punts last week) just another weapon for 7-0 Bison.

Norwich at Mount Ida

Mustangs freshman D’Andre Smith (3 blocked kicks last week) emerging as impact player.

Castleton State at Anna Maria

AmCat sophomore Chris Battano (Tewksbury) churned out career-best 157 yards rushing last week.

WPI at St. Lawrence

Junior Zach Grasis, a 6-foot, 225-pound workhorse, is averaging 116.1 yards rushing per game.


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