Villanova put the rest of the CAA on notice this weekend with a dominating 38-14 victory at Old Dominion, but they current sit in a tie for 2nd place with New Hampshire behind James Madison. Below you'll find the latest conference standings and links to all the weekend's action.
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Note: Delaware was not in action this past weekend.
James Madison 27, William & Mary 26
Redshirt-junior running back Dae'Quan Scott plunged in from three yards out with the go-ahead score and senior safety Jakarie Jackson batted away the two-point conversion attempt to give No. 4 James Madison a thrilling 27-26 double-overtime victory over visiting William & Mary, Oct. 13. With the Colonial Athletic Association victory, the Dukes moved to 5-1 overall and 3-0 in league play, while the Tribe fell to 2-5 and 1-3 in the conference.
New Hampshire 44, Richmond 40
A week after upsetting Villanova at home, Richmond couldn't do the same on UNH's homecoming weekend as the Wildcats held on for a 44-40 win after blowing a 17-point second half lead with 10 late unanswered points. Andy Vailas was very efficient throwing for 186 yards on 15-26 passing and 3 touchdowns.
Towson 24, Maine 19
Senior quarterback Grant Enders rushed for a team-high 98 yards, including a 52-yard touchdown scamper with just over three minutes left in the game to seal a Towson victory, 24-19, over Maine. Enders finally played like the preseason 1st-team CAA QB in racking up 358 yards of total offense as Towson got over the .500 mark in conference while dropping Maine to 1-2 in the CAA.
Georgia State 41, Rhode Island 7
Donald Russell set Georgia State school records with 201 yards rushing and three touchdowns scored to lead the Panthers to a dominating 41-7 victory at Rhode Island Saturday afternoon at Meade Stadium, Georgia State's first win of the season. Rhode Island will now be known as the CAA whipping boys from this point out after losing the Cellar Dweller Bowl.