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					2008 OPPONENTS
                         2008 BLUE HEN OPPONENTS
                  Maryland Terrapins                                                             West Chester Golden Rams
         AUGUST 30 • BYRD STADIUM • 3:45 P.M. (ESPNU)                                                   SEPTEMBER 13 • DELAWARE STADIUM • 6 P.M.

            GAME #1                                                                                           GAME #2



                                                      Head Coach                    LB                                                                  Head Coach              Wide Receiver
                                                     Ralph Friedgen            Dave Philistin                                                           Bill Zwaan            Michael Washington


Location: College Park, MD                                     2008 SCHEDULE                     Location: West Chester, PA                                     2008 SCHEDULE
Founded: 1856                                                  A 30 Delaware                     Founded: 1871                                                  A 30 at California (PA)
Enrollment: 35,102                                             S 6 at Middle Tenn. State         Enrollment: 12,800                                             S 6 Lock Haven
Colors: Red, White, Black & Gold                               S 13 California                   Colors: Purple & Gold                                          S 13 at Delaware
President: Dr. C.D. Mote, Jr.                                  S 20 Eastern Michigan             Interim President: Linda Lamwers                               S 20 *Millersville
Athletic Director: Deborah A. Yow                              S 27 at *Clemson                  Athletic Director: Dr. Edward M. Matejkovic                    S 27 at *Kutztown
Conference: Atlantic Coast                                     O 4 at *Virginia                  Conference: Pennsylvania State Athletic                        O 4 at *East Stroudsburg
Stadium: Chevy Chase Bank Field at Byrd Stadium (51,500)       O 18 *Wake Forest                 Stadium: John A. Farrell Stadium (7,500)                       O 11 C.W. Post
Nickname: Terrapins                                            O 25 *N.C. State                  Nickname: Golden Rams                                          O 18 Shippensburg
Series Record: Delaware leads 5-3-1                            N 6 at *Virginia Tech             Series Record: Delaware leads, 42-6-1                          O 25 *Cheyney
Football SID: Shawn Nestor
                                                               N 15 *North Carolina              Football SID: James Zuhlke                                     N 1 at *Bloomsburg
Phone // Fax: 301-314-7065 // 314-9094
                                                               N 22 *Florida State               Phone // Fax: 610-436-3316 // 436-1020                         N 8 at Mercyhurst
SID Email: snestor@umd.edu
                                                               N 29 at *Boston College                                                                          * PSAC East games
Web Address: www.umterps.com                                                                     SID Email: jzuhlke@wcupa.edu
                                                               * ACC games
Nestor Cell: 240-417-4862                                                                        Web Address: www.wcupagoldenrams.com
Press Box Phone: 301-405-7810                                                                                                                                   2007 RESULTS
                                                                                                 Zuhlke Cell: 845-553-3177
                                                               2007 RESULTS
                                                                                                 Press Box Phone: 610-436-2160                             at Edinboro ..............W 32-16
TEAM INFORMATION                                           Villanova ..................W 31-14                                                             at Delaware..........L 14-41
Head Coach: Ralph Friedgan (Maryland ‘70)                  at Fla. International ..W 26-10       TEAM INFORMATION                                          Clarion......................W 49-21
Coaching Record: 56-31 overall and at Maryland (seven West Virginia ..............L 14-31        Head Coach: Bill Zwaan (Delaware ‘79)                     at Shippensburg ........W 34-29
seasons); 0-0 all-time vs. Delaware                        at *Wake Forest ..L 24-31 (ot)        Coaching Record: 99-32 overall (11 seasons); 45-18 at *Bloomsburg ............W 44-28
Assistant Coaches: Chris Cosh (Defensive                   at Rutgers ................W 34-24                                                              at *Millersville ..........W 42-14
                                                                                                 West Chester (five seasons); 0-5 all-time vs. Delaware
Coordinator/ILB), James Franklin (Assistant Head           *Georgia Tech ..........W 28-26                                                                 *Kutztown ..................W 21-0
                                                                                                 Assistant Coaches: Gerald Toney (Offensive
Coach/Offensive Coordinator/QB), Tom Brattan (OL), John *Virginia ....................L 17-18                                                              *East Stroudsburg......W 30-15
Donovan (RB), Kevin Lempa (Secondary), Lee Hull (WR), *Clemson....................L 17-30        Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator), Mike Furlong
                                                                                                                                                           Saint Joseph’s (IN) ....W 34-20
Danny Pearman (Special Teams/TE), Al Seamonson (OLB, at *North Carolina ......L 13-16            (Defensive Coordinator/DB), Mike Lux (ILB), E.J.
                                                                                                                                                           California (PA)............L 14-30
Special Teams Assistant), Dave Sollazzo (DL/Recruiting                                           Sandusky (LB/Special Teams), Jim Brazill (TE), Jack Klebe
                                                           *Boston College ........W 42-35                                                                 at *Cheyney..............W 35-13
Coordinator)                                               at *Florida State ........L 16-24
                                                                                                 (RB), Brandon Noble (DL), Nick Sama (OL)
                                                                                                                                                           #Indiana (PA) ............L 35-45
Football Office Phone: 301-314-7095                        at *N.C. State..............W 37-0    Football Office Phone: 610-436-3528
                                                                                                                                                           *PSAC East games
2007 Record: 6-7 (3-5 ACC Atlantic Division, 5th)          vs. Oregon State ........L 14-21      2006 Record: 9-3 (5-0 PSAC East, 1st); NCAA D-II          # NCAA II Playoff game
Starters Returning / Lost: 14/8                            *ACC games                            Second First Round
Letterwinners Returning / Lost: 46/16                                                            Starters Returning / Lost: 8/14
Returning Starters: Offense (9): Scott Burley (OL), Dan Gronkowski (TE), Darrius                 Lettermen Returning / Lost: 36/24
Heyward-Bey (WR), Cory Jackson (RB), Dane Randolph (OL), Jaimie Thomas (OL), Chris               Returning Starters: Offense (3): Kennis Jones (OL), Steve Miller (WR), Michael
Turner (QB), Edwin Williams (OL), Isaiah Williams (WR); Defense (5): Kevin Barnes (CB),          Washington (WR); Defense (5): Mike Dell (LB), Tyler Downes (SS), Rashad Grimsley (CB),
Trey Covington (DL), Moise Fokou (LB), Jeremy Navarre (DL), Dave Philistin (LB); Kicking
                                                                                                 James Thorpe (DL), Michael Walter (DE); Kicking (1): Alex Walsh
(2): Travis Baltz (P), Obi Egekeze (K)

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS                                                                    RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS
Rushing: Da’Rel Scott (14 att., 135 yds., 9.6 avg., 0 TD)                                        Rushing: Lee Hopkins (53 att., 251 yds., 4.7 avg., 4 TD)
Passing: Chris Turner (153 of 241 for 1,958 yds., 7 TD, 7 INT)                                   Passing: Joe Wright (5 of 7 for 50 yds., 0 TD, 0 INT)
Receiving: Darrius Heyward-Bey (51 rec., 786 yds., 15.4 avg., 3 TD)                              Receiving: Mike Washington (49 rec., 1,160 yds., 23.7 avg., 12 TD)
Kicking: Obi Egekeze (36-36 PAT, 17-23 FG, LG 46)                                                Kicking: Alex Walsh (39-41 PAT, 6-8 FG, LG 38)
Punting: Travis Baltz (68 punts, 2,782 yds., 40.9 avg., LG 65)                                   Punting: Alex Walsh (29 punts, 1,219 yds., 42.0 avg., LG 59)
Defense: Dave Philistin (124 tackles, 54 solo, 70 assisted, 6.5 TFL, 1 INT)                      Defense: Tyler Downes (89 tackles, 58 solo, 31 assisted, 3.0 TFL, 1.0 sack)

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                        Furman Paladins                                                                                  Albany Great Danes
                 SEPTEMBER 20 • PALADIN STADIUM • 7 P.M.                                                              SEPTEMBER 27 • DELAWARE STADIUM • 6 P.M.

             GAME #3                                                                                               GAME #4



                                                        Head Coach                       OL                                                                 Head Coach                      RB
                                                        Bobby Lamb                    Joel Bell                                                              Bob Ford                  David McCarty



Location: Greenville, SC                                        2008 SCHEDULE                          Location: Albany, NY                                         2008 SCHEDULE
Founded: 1826                                                   A 30 Mars Hill                         Founded: 1844                                                A 30 at Massachusetts
Enrollment: 2,600                                               S 6 at Virginia Tech                   Enrollment: 12,748                                           S 13 at Hofstra
Colors: Purple & White                                          S 13 at Colgate                        Colors: Purple & Gold                                        S 20 at New Hampshire
President: Dr. David Shi                                        S 20 Delaware                          Interim President: George M. Philip                          S 27 at Delaware
Athletic Director: Dr. Gary Clark                               S 27 *Chattanooga                      Athletic Director: Lee McElroy                               O 4 at *Duquesne
Conference: Southern                                            O 4 at *Elon                           Conference: Northeast                                        O 11 *Central Conn. State
Stadium: Paladin Stadium (16,000)                               O 11 *Western Carolina                 Stadium: University Field (5,000)                            O 18 at *Sacred Heart
Nickname: Paladins                                              O 18 *The Citadel                      Nickname: Great Danes                                        O 25 *St. Francis (PA)
                                                                O 25 at *Appalachian State             Series Record: Albany leads, 1-0                             N 1 *Monmouth
Series Record: Furman leads, 1-0
                                                                N 1 at *Samford                        Football SID: Brian DePasquale                               N 8 at *Robert Morris
Football SID: Hunter Reid
                                                                N 15 *Georgia Southern                 Phone // Fax: 518-442-3072 // 442-3139                       N 15 *Wagner
Phone // Fax: 864-294-2061 // 294-3061
                                                                N 22 at *Wofford                       SID Email: bdepasquale@uamail.albany.edu                     * Northeast Conference games
SID Email: Hunter.Reid@Furman.edu
                                                                * Southern Conference games            Web Address: www.ualbanysports.com
Web Address: www.furmanpaladins.con
                                                                                                       DePasquale Cell: 518-331-3714                                2007 RESULTS
Reid Cell: 864-567-1663
                                                                2007 RESULTS                           Press Box Phone: 518-331-3714                                at Colgate ..................L 11-13
Press Box Phone: 864-294-3066
                                                                Presbyterian..............W 40-16                                                                   at Fordham ..............W 23-20
                                                                at Hofstra ..................L 17-32   TEAM INFORMATION                                             Hofstra ......................L 13-28
TEAM INFORMATION
                                                                                                       Head Coach: Bob Ford (Springfield ‘59)                       at Montana ................L 14-35
Head Coach: Bobby Lamb (Furman ‘86)                             at Clemson ................L 10-38
                                                                                                       Coaching Record: 225-162-1 overall (39 seasons);             Stony Brook ..............W 24-23
Coaching Record: 49-24 overall and at Furman (six               *Wofford....................L 20-45
                                                                                                       216-140 at Albany (35 seasons); 1-0 all-time vs.             *Sacred Heart ............W 38-7
seasons); 0-0 all-time vs. Delaware                             Coastal Carolina ........W 27-17
                                                                                                       Delaware                                                     at St. Francis (PA)......W 58-21
Assistant Coaches: Tim Sorrells (Associate Head                 at *The Citadel ....L 51-54 (ot)
                                                                                                       Assistant Coaches: Ryan McCarthy (Offensive                  at *Wagner ..............W 24-10
Coach/Offensive Coordinator/RB), Steve Wilson (Co-              at *Chattanooga........W 28-22                                                                      *Robert Morris ..........W 45-17
                                                                                                       Coordinator/QB), Mike Simpson (Defensive Coordinator),
Defensive Coordinator/LB), Jeff Farrington (Co-Defensive *Appalachian State ....L 27-34                                                                             at *Monmouth ............W 21-3
                                                                                                       Mike Morita (OL), John Allen (WR), Eric Evans (TE), Drew
Coordinator, Safeties), Tony Elliott (WR), Tom Evangelista *Elon ........................W 52-49                                                                    at *Cent. Conn. St. ....W 49-14
                                                                                                       Christ (DB), Bill Banagan (DL), Don Mion (CB), Samson
(CB/Co-Special Teams), Drew Conic (TE), Carroll McCray       at *Georgia Southern ..W 24-22                                                                         at #Dayton ................L 21-42
                                                                                                       Brown (OLB)
(OL), Roberto Pinilla (DL), Bob Price (Special Teams)        at *Western Carolina ..W 52-21                                                                         * Northeast Conference games
                                                                                                       Football Office Phone: 518-442-3052
Football Office Phone: 864-294-2120                          * Southern Conference games                                                                            # Gridiron Classic
                                                                                                       2007 Record: 8-4 (6-0 Northeast, 1st)
2007 Record: 6-5 (4-3 Southern, T-3rd)                                                                 Starters Returning / Lost: 12/10
Starters Returning / Lost: 9/12                                                                        Letterwinners Returning / Lost: 48/15
Letterwinners Returning / Lost: 39/22                                                                  Returning Starters: Offense (6): Dan Archer (TE), Vinny Esposito (QB), David McCarty
Returning Starters: Offense (5): Joel Bell (OL), Heath Cockburn (OL), Tyler Haynes                     (RB), Raphael Nguti (OL), Kevin Richards (OL), Justin Tougas (OL); Defense (6): Justin
(OL), Larry Hedden (TE), Thomas Slaughter (OL); Defense (4): Justin Brown (DL), William                Brancaccio (LB), Dave Casale (FS), Jean Juste (DB), Emerson Kinsey (LB), L.B. McClaskey
Middleton (CB), Hunter Twitty (LB), Thomas Twitty (FS); Kicking: (1): Trent Hawk (P)                   (CB), Dave Nicomini (S); Kicking (2): Jason Fralicker (K), Chris Lynch (P)

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS                                                                          RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS
Rushing: Mike Brown (48 att., 314 yds., 6.5 avg., 1 TD)                                                Rushing: David McÇarty (219 att., 1,503 yds., 6.9 avg., 13 TD)
Passing: Jordan Sorrells (55 of 82 for 553 yds., 2 TD, 5 INT)                                          Passing: Vinny Esposito (154 of 277 for 1,810 yds., 12 TD, 6 INT)
Receiving: Larry Hedden (36 rec., 421 yds., 11.7 avg. 3 TD)                                            Receiving: Daniel Bocanegra (26 rec., 316 yds., 12.2 avg., 0 TD)
Kicking: No returnees                                                                                  Kicking: Jason Fralicker (37-39 PAT, 15-23 FG, LG 45)
Punting: Trent Hawk (30 punts, 1,151 yds., 38.4 avg., LG 54)                                           Punting: Chris Lynch (64 punts, 2,590 yards, 40.5 avg., LG 69)
Defense: Thomas Twitty (95 tackles, 39 solo, 56 assisted, 4.0 TFL, 1 INT)                              Defense: Justin Brancaccio (63 tackles, 27 solo, 36 assisted, 6.5 TFL, 1 INT)

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Massachusetts Minutemen                                                                                              Maine Black Bears
   OCTOBER 6 • COWELL STADIUM • 12 NOON (CN8)                                                              OCTOBER 11 • DELAWARE STADIUM • 6 P.M. (CN8)

             GAME #5                                                                                         GAME #6



                                                       Head Coach                   QB                                                                  Head Coach                   DL
                                                       Don Brown                 Liam Coen                                                             Jack Cosgrove            Jovan Belcher


Location: Amherst, MA                                          2008 SCHEDULE                     Location: Orono, ME                                            2008 SCHEDULE
Founded: 1863                                                                                    Founded: 1865                                                  A 30 at Iowa
                                                               A 30 Albany
Enrollment: 22,812                                                                               Enrollment: 11,500                                             S 6 at Monmouth
                                                               S 6 at Holy Cross
Colors: Maroon & White                                                                           Colors: Navy Blue, Sky Blue & White                            S 13 Stony Brook
                                                               S 13 at *James Madison
President/Chancellor: Dr. Jack Wilson/Dr. Robert C. Holub                                        President: Dr. Robert Kennedy
                                                               S 20 at Texas Tech                                                                               S 20 at *Richmond
Athletic Director: John McCutcheon                                                               Athletic Director: Blake James
                                                               O 4 *Delaware                                                                                    S 27 *James Madison
Conference: Colonial Athletic Association                                                        Conference: Colonial Athletic Association
                                                               O 11 at *Northeastern                                                                            O 11 at *Delaware
Stadium: Warren McGuirk Alumni Stadium (17,000)                                                  Stadium: Morse Field at Alford Stadium (10,000)
Nickname: Minutemen                                            O 18 *Richmond                                                                                   O 18 *Hofstra
                                                                                                 Nickname: Black Bears
Series Record: Delaware leads 22-5                             O 25 Bryant                                                                                      O 25 *Northeastern
                                                                                                 Series Record: Delaware leads 21-6
Football SID: Jason Yellin                                     N 1 at *Rhode Island                                                                             N 1 Iona
                                                                                                 Football SID: Doug DeBiase
Phone // Fax: 413-577-3061 // 545-1556                         N 8 *Maine                                                                                       N 8 at *Massachusetts
                                                                                                 Phone // Fax: 207-581-3596 // 581-3297
SID Email: jyellin@admin.umass.edu                             N 15 at *New Hampshire                                                                           N 15 at *Rhode Island
                                                                                                 SID Email: doug.debiase@umit.maine.edu
Web Address: www.umassathletics.com                            N 22 *Hofstra                                                                                    N 22 *New Hampshire
                                                                                                 Web Address: www.goblackbears.com
Yellin Cell: 413-687-1756                                      * CAA games                                                                                      * CAA games
                                                                                                 DeBiase Cell: 610-716-3340
Press Box Phone: 413-545-3550
                                                                                                 Press Box Phone: 207-581-1049
                                                               2007 RESULTS                                                                                     2007 RESULTS
TEAM INFORMATION
Head Coach: Don Brown (Norwich ‘77)                        Holy Cross ................W 40-30    TEAM INFORMATION                                           Monmouth ................W 21-14
Coaching Record: 88-40 overall (11 seasons); 36-14 at at Colgate ................W 35-17         Head Coach: Jack Cosgrove (Maine ‘78)                      at Connecticut ..............L 0-38
UMass (four seasons); 3-3 all-time vs. Delaware            *Towson ....................W 36-13   Record: 80-90 overall and at Maine (15 seasons); 4-6       at *Villanova........L 17-24 (ot)
Assistant Coaches: Kevin Morris (Offensive                                                       all-time vs. Delaware                                      *Massachusetts ............L 7-38
                                                           at *Maine....................W 38-7
Coordinator/QB), Keith Dudzinski (Defensive                                                      Assistant Coaches: Robb Smith (Assistant Head
                                                           at Boston College........L 14-24                                                                 at *Hofstra ................L 13-38
Coordinator/LB), Sean Spencer (Special Teams/DL), Brian                                          Coach/Defensive Coordinator/LB), Kevin Bourgoin
                                                           *Villanova ..........W 32-24 (ot)                                                                *William & Mary ........L 20-21
Picucci (Run Game Coordinator/OL), Guido Falbo                                                   (Offensive Coordinator/QB), Joe Rossi (Special
(Recruiting Coordinator/RB), Mike Wood (TE), Brian Crist *Northeastern ............W 24-7        Teams/DB), Dwayne Wilmot (Recruiting Coordinator/DL), at Stony Brook ....L 23-30 (ot)
(WR), Damian Mincey (Assistant DL/LB), Brian               at *William & Mary ..W 48-34          Frank Giufre (OL), Phil McGeoghan (WR), Jermaine           at *Northeastern ......W 20-14
Butterworth (Assistant Secondary), Matt Chapman            at *Rhode Island....L 6-12 (ot)       Walker (Defensive Assistant), Tom McEntire (Defensive      *Towson ....................W 16-13
(Assistant OL)                                             *New Hampshire ........W 27-7         Assistant), Dennis Dottin-Carter (Defensive Assistant)     *Rhode Island ............W 35-0
Football Office Phone: 413-545-2000                                                              Football Office Phone: 207-581-1061                        at *New Hampshire ....L 14-39
                                                           at *Hofstra..................W 27-5
2007 Record: 10-3 (7-1 Atlantic 10 North, 1st), NCAA                                             2007 Record: 4-7 (3-5 Atlantic 10 North, 4th)
                                                           #Fordham ................W 49-35                                                                 * CAA games
Quarterfinals                                                                                    Starters Returning / Lost: 14/9
Starters Returning / Lost: 12/10                           at #Southern Illinois....L 27-34
                                                                                                 Letterwinners Returning / Lost: 34/16
Letterwinners Returning / Lost: 38/21                      # NCAA FCS Playoff Games
                                                                                                 Returning Starters: Offense (6): Ryan Canary (OL), Christopher Arnao (OL), Adam
Returning Starters: Offense (4): Sean Calicchio            * CAA games
                                                                                                 Farkes (QB), Jhamal Fluellen (TB), Kenneth Fersner (WR), Landis Williams (WR); Defense
(OL), Liam Coen (QB), Vladimir Ducasse (OL), Ian
                                                                                                 (8): Jovan Belcher (DL), Jonathan Calderon (DB), Andrew Downey (LB), Derrick Harris
Jorgensen (TE); Defense (8): George Byrd (LB), Brandon Collier (DL), Michael Hanson
                                                                                                 (DB), Brandon McLaughlin (DB), Jonathan Pirruccello (DL), Jordan Stevens (LB), Lamir
(DL), Kyle Harrington (DL), Michael Meggett (SS), Jeromy Miles (FS), Courtney Robinson
(CB), Sean Smalls (CB); Kicking (1): Brett Arnold (P)                                            Whetstone (DB); Kicking (1): Kash Kiefer (P)

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS                                                                    RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS
Rushing: Tony Nelson (92 att., 486 yds., 5.3 avg., 1 TD)                                         Rushing: Jhamal Fluellen (223 att., 1,052 yds., 4.7 avg., 5 TD)
Passing: Liam Coen (232 of 360 for 3,091 yds., 30 TD, 14 INT)                                    Passing: Adam Farkes (78 of 154 for 836 yds., 7 TD, 4 INT)
Receiving: Ian Jorgensen (15 rec., 145 yds., 9.7 avg., 5 TD)                                     Receiving: Landis Williams (38 rec., 481 yds., 12.7 avg., 6 TD)
Kicking: No returnees                                                                            Kicking: No returnees
Punting: Brett Arnold (51 punts, 1,931 yds., 37.9 avg., LG 68)                                   Punting: Kash Kiefer (71 punts, 2,707 yds., 38.1 avg., LG 82)
Defense: Jeromy Miles (68 tackles, 39 solo, 29 assisted, 3 INT, 2 FR)                            Defense: Jovan Belcher (85 tackles, 36 solo, 49 assisted, 17.0 TFL, 10.0 sacks)

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                William & Mary Tribe                                                                                     Hofstra Pride
               OCTOBER 18 • DELAWARE STADIUM • 12 NOON                                                         OCTOBER 25 • SHUART STADIUM • 3 P.M.

             GAME #7                                                                                             GAME #8



                                                         Head Coach                  CB                                                                    Head Coach                     LB
                                                       Jimmye Laycock             Derek Cox                                                                Dave Cohen                 Luke Bonus


Location: Williamsburg, VA                                       2008 SCHEDULE                       Location: Hempstead, NY                                       2008 SCHEDULE
Founded: 1693                                                    S 6 at N.C. State                   Founded: 1935                                                 A 28 at Connecticut
Enrollment: 5,500                                                S 13 VMI                            Enrollment: 13,000                                            S 13 Albany
Colors: Green, Gold & Silver                                     S 20 Norfolk State                  Colors: Gold, White & Blue                                    S 20 *Rhode Island
Interim President: W. Taylor Reveley, III                                                            President: Stuart Rabinowitz                                  S 27 at Stony Brook
                                                                 O 4 *Villanova
Athletic Director: Terry Driscoll                                                                    Athletic Director: Jack Hayes                                 O 4 at *James Madison
                                                                 O 11 at *New Hampshire
Conference: Colonial Athletic Association
                                                                 O 18 at *Delaware                   Conference: Colonial Athletic Association                     O 11 at Bucknell
Stadium: Cary Field at Walter J. Zable Stadium (12,259)
                                                                 O 25 *Rhode Island                  Stadium: James M. Shuart Stadium (15,000)                     O 18 at *Maine
Nickname: Tribe
                                                                 N 1 at *Towson                      Nickname: Pride                                               O 25 *Delaware
Series Record: Delaware leads, 20-12
                                                                 N 8 *Northeastern                   Series Record: Delaware leads 10-5-1                          N 1 at *New Hampshire
Football SID: Pete Clawson
                                                                 N 15 at *James Madisdon             Football SID: Jim Sheehan                                     N 8 *Richmond
Phone // Fax: 757-221-3369 // 221-3412
SID Email: pmclaw@wm.edu                                         N 22 *Richmond                      Phone // Fax: 516-463-6764 // 463-5033                        N 15 *Northeastern
Web Address: www.tribeathletics.com                              * CAA games                         SID Email: Jim.B.Sheehan@Hofstra.edu                          N 22 at *Massachusetts
Clawson at Home: 757-645-4040                                                                        Web Address: www.hofstra.edu/sports                           * CAA Games
Press Box Phone: 757-221-3414                                    2007 RESULTS                        Sheehan Cell: 516-523-6692
                                                                                                     Press Box Phone: 516-463-5274/5275                            2007 RESULTS
                                                                 *Delaware ............L 31-49
TEAM INFORMATION                                              at VMI ......................W 63-16                                                                 Furman ....................W 32-17
Head Coach: Jimmye Laycock (William & Mary ‘70)                                                      TEAM INFORMATION                                           at Albany ..................W 28-13
                                                              Liberty ..............W 48-41 (OT)
Coaching Record: 182-134-2 overall and at William &                                                  Head Coach: Dave Cohen (C.W. Post ‘88)                     at *Rhode Island ......W 37-24
                                                              at Virginia Tech ............L 3-44
Mary (28 seasons); 11-16 all-time vs. Delaware
                                                              *Towson ....................W 27-22    Coaching Record: 9-13 overall and at Hofstra (two          Stony Brook ..............W 33-28
Assistant Coaches: Zbig Kepa (Offensive
                                                              at *Villanova ..............L 24-63    seasons); 0-1 all-time vs. Delaware                        *Maine......................W 38-13
Coordinator/WR), Bob Solderitch (Assistant Head
                                                              at *Maine..................W 21-20     Assistant Coaches: Mike Elko (Assistant Head               at *Towson ..................W 20-3
Coach/OL), Bob Shoop (Defensive Coordinator/
                                                                                                     Coach/Defensive Coordinator/LB), David Patenaude           *New Hampshire ..........L 3-40
Secondary), Trevor Andrews (Recruiting Coordinator/DL), *Massachusetts ..........L 34-48
                                                              at *Hofstra ................L 14-38    (Offensive Coordinator/QB), Lyle Hemphill (Special         at *Villanova ..............L 31-35
Dave Corley, Jr. (RB), Scott Boone (LB), Trey Henderson
(Defensive Assistant), Brendan Nugent (Offensive              *James Madison ........L 34-55         Teams/DB), Bill Durkin (Offensive Run Game                 *William & Mary ......W 38-14
Assistant), Thad Wheeler (Defensive Assistant)                at *Richmond ............L 20-31       Coordinator/OL), Kevin Baumann (Recruiting                 at *Northeastern ........L 31-35
Football Office Phone: 757-221-3337                           *CAA games                             Coordinator/TE), Kahmal Roy (WR), Antonio Smikle (RB), *Massachusetts ............L 5-27
2007 Record: 4-7 (2-6 Atlantic 10 South, 5th)                                                        Malik Hall (DL), Kevin Mapp (Assistant DL)                 * CAA Games
Starters Returning / Lost: 18/4                                                                      Football Office Phone: 516-463-5315
Letterwinners Returning / Lost: 35/13                                                                2007 Record: 7-4 (4-4 Atlantic 10 North, T-2nd)
Returning Starters: Offense (9): R.J. Archer (WR), Cameron Dohse (WR), Michael                       Starters Returning / Lost: 10/12
Grant (OL), Keith Hill (OL), Luke Hiteshew (OL), Elliott Mack (WR), Courtland Marriner (TB),         Letterwinners Returning / Lost: 32/23
C.J. Muse (OL), Jake Phillips (QB); Defense (9): David Caldwell (SS), Derek Cox (CB),                Returning Starters: Offense (7): Bryant Carpenter (FB), Brian Frederick (OL), Ottis
Evan Francks (LB), Max Harris (CB), C.J. Herbert (DL), Sean Lissemore (DL), Robert
                                                                                                     Lewis (WR), Jimmy Mangiero (OL), Phil Riley (TE), Bryan Savage (QB), David Spanich (OL);
Livingston (FS), Josh Rutter (LB), Adrian Tracy (DL); Kicking (2): David Miller (P), Brian
                                                                                                     Defense (3): Nick Altomare (SS), Luke Bonus (LB), Kevin Smith (DL); Kicking (0)
Pate (K)

RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS                                                                        RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS
Rushing: Courland Marriner (115 att., 518 yds., 4.5 avg., 1 TD)                                      Rushing: Bryan Savage (118 att., 302 yds., 2.6 avg., 10 TD)
Passing: Jake Phillips (190 of 336 for 2,801 yds., 19 TD, 7 INT)                                     Passing: Bryan Savage (232 of 367 for 2,668 yds., 13 TD, 16 INT)
Receiving: Elliott Mack (46 rec., 849 yds., 18.5 avg., 5 TD)                                         Receiving: Ottis Lewis (27 rec., 465 yds., 17.2 avg., 4 TD)
Kicking: Brian Pate (40-41 PAT, 9-16 FG, LG 45)                                                      Kicking: No returnees
Punting: David Miller (43 punts, 1,509 yds., 35.1 avg., LG 48)                                       Punting: Shane Casciano (14 punts, 459 yds., 32.8 avg., LG 52)
Defense: David Caldwell (107 tackles, 61 solo, 46 assisted, 1 INT)                                   Defense: Luke Bonus (84 tackles, 42 solo, 42 assisted, 4.5 TFL, 6 PB)

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               James Madison Dukes                                                                                   Towson Tigers
     NOVEMBER 1 • BRIDGEFORTH STADIUM • 3:30 P.M. (CN8)                                                 NOVEMBER 8 • DELAWARE STADIUM • 12 NOON

             GAME #9                                                                                          GAME #10



                                                        Head Coach                    RB                                                                   Head Coach                   QB
                                                      Mickey Mathews            Eugene Holloman                                                           Gordy Combs              Sean Schaefer


Location: Harrisonburg, VA                                       2008 SCHEDULE                     Location: Towson, MD                                           2008 SCHEDULE
Founded: 1908                                                    A 30 at Duke                      Founded: 1866                                                  A 30 at Navy
Enrollment: 17,500                                               S 6 N. Carolina Central           Enrollment: 18,011                                             S 6 Morgan State
Colors: Purple & Gold                                            S 13 *Massachusetts               Colors: Black, White & Gold                                    S 13 at *Richmond
President: Dr. Linwood H. Rose                                   S 20 Appalachian State            President: Dr. Robert Caret                                    S 20 at Coastal Carolina
Athletic Director: Jeff Bourne
                                                                 S 27 at *Maine                    Athletic Director: Mike Hermann                                S 27 Columbia
Conference: Colonial Athletic Association
                                                                 O 4 *Hofstra                      Conference: Colonial Athletic Association                      O 4 *Northeastern
Stadium: Bridgeforth Stadium (15,500)
                                                                 O 11 at *Richmond                 Stadium: Minnegan Field at Johnny Unitas Stadium (11,198)      O 11 *Rhode Island
Nickname: Dukes
                                                                 O 25 at *Villanova                Nickname: Tigers                                               O 25 at *New Hampshire
Series Record: Delaware leads 11-6
                                                                 N 1 *Delaware                     Series Record: Delaware leads, 5-4                             N 1 *William & Mary
Football SID: Gary Michael
                                                                 N 15 *William & Mary              Football SID: Dan O’Connell                                    N 8 at *Delaware
Phone // Fax: 540-568-6154 // 568-3703
                                                                 N 22 at *Towson                   Phone // Fax: 410-704-3102 // 704-3861                         N 15 at *Villanova
SID Email: michaegl@jmu.edu
                                                                 * CAA games                       SID Email: doconnell@towson.edu                                N 22 *James Madison
Web Address: www.jmusports.com
                                                                                                   Web Address: www.towsontigers.com                              * CAA games
Michael at Home: 540-337-7310
                                                                 2007 RESULTS                      O’Connell Cell: 410-382-4986
Press Box Phone: 540-568-6521
                                                           at North Carolina........L 14-37        Press Box Phone: 410-704-3102                                  2007 RESULTS
TEAM INFORMATION                                           *New Hampshire ......W 41-24                                                                           Central Conn. State....W 20-10
Head Coach: Mickey Matthews (West Texas State ‘76)         VMI ..........................W 45-17   TEAM INFORMATION                                           at Morgan State ........W 28-21
Coaching Record: 64-44 overall and at James Madison Coastal Carolina ........W 45-10               Head Coach: Gordy Combs (Towson ‘72)
                                                                                                                                                              at *Massachusetts ......L 13-36
(nine seasons); 3-5 all-time vs. Delaware                  *Villanova ..................W 35-7     Coaching Record: 89-81 overall and at Towson (16
                                                                                                                                                              *Delaware ..............L 7-27
Assistant Coaches: George Barlow (Assistant Head           at *Northeastern ......W 21-14          seasons); 2-2 all-time vs. Delaware
                                                                                                                                                              at *William & Mary ....L 22-27
Coach/Defensive Coordinator/Safties), Jeff Durden          at *Rhode Island ......W 44-27          Assistant Coaches: Rich Bader (Associate Head Coach),
(Offensive Coordinator/QB), Mark Hendricks (CB), Ulrick *Richmond ................L 16-17                                                                     *Richmond ................W 23-21
                                                                                                   Phil Albert (Offensive Coordinator), Jeff McDonald
Edmonds (RB), Kyle Gillenwater (LB), Josh Haymore (TE), at *Delaware........L 34-37                (Defensive Coordinator/Secondary), John Donatelli (OL), *Hofstra ......................L 3-20
Chris Malone (OL), Clayton Matthews (WR), J.C. Price (DL), at *William & Mary ..W 55-34            Jay Robinson (TE), Mike McGlinchey (Special Teams/RB), at Colgate ..................L 17-27
Isai Bradshaw (Defensive Line Assistant)                   *Towson ....................W 23-13     Guilian Gary (Passing Game Coordinator/WR), Chris          at *Maine ..................L 13-16
Football Office Phone: 540-568-6517                        at #Appalachian St. ....L 27-28         Leavenworth (OLB), Ron Meehan (QB)                         *Villanova ..................L 12-14
2007 Record: 8-4 (6-2 Atlantic 10 South, 2nd); NCAA        * CAA games                             Football Office Phone: 410-704-3155                        at *James Madison ....L 13-23
First Round                                                # NCAA FCS Playoff game                 2007 Record: 3-8 (1-7 Atlantic 10 South, 6th)              * CAA games
Starters Returning / Lost: 15/7                                                                    Starters Returning / Lost: 11/11
Lettermen Returning / Lost: 50/17                                                                  Letterwinners Returning / Lost: 43/20
Returning Starters: Offense (8): Terrence Apted (OL), Dorian Brooks (OL), Rodney
                                                                                                   Returning Starters: Offense (7): Dan Bridges (OL), John Godlasky (TE), Steve Jordan
Landers (QB), Scott Lemn (OL), Rockeed McCarter (WR), Charlie Newman (FB), Theo
                                                                                                   (OL), Marcus Lee (FL), Sean Schaefer (QB), Leon Stevenson (OL), Jeremy Williams (OL);
Sherman (OL), Griff Yancey (TB); Defense (7): Hassan Abdul-Wahid (DL), D.J. Brandon
                                                                                                   Defense (4): Jeremy Gardner (CB), Richard Lee (DL), Drew Mack (SS), Jordan Manning
(LB), Sam Daniels (DL), Marcus Haywood (S), Evan McCollough (CB), Darrieus Ramsey
                                                                                                   (LB); Kicking (2): Marc Bencivengo (K), Bill Shears (P)
(CB), J.D. Skolnitsky (DL); Kicking (3): Jason Pritchard (P), Dave Stannard (K)

                                                                                                   RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS
RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS
Rushing: Rodney Landers (223 att., 1,273 yds., 5.7 avg., 12 TD)                                    Rushing: Matt Castor (22 att., 116 yds., 5.3 avg., 0 TD)
Passing: Rodney Landers (130 of 205 for 1,678 yds., 13 TD, 5 INT)                                  Passing: Sean Schaefer (255 of 417 for 2,553 yds., 12 TD, 19 INT)
Receiving: Rockeed McCarter (20 rec., 285 yds., 14.2 avg., 2 TD)                                   Receiving: Marcus Lee (66 rec., 680 yds., 10.3 avg. 2 TD)
Kicking: Dave Stannard (49-51 PAT, 12-14 FG, LG 40)                                                Kicking: Marc Bencivengo (15-15 PAT, 12-18 FG, LG 39)
Punting: Jason Pritchard (35 punts, 1,311 yds., 37.5 avg., LG 70)                                  Punting: Bill Shears (48 punts, 1,797 yds., 37.4 avg., LG 63)
Defense: Marcus Haywood (93 tackles, 53 solo, 40 assisted, 8.0 TFL, 1 INT)                         Defense: Drew Mack (74 tackles, 34 solo, 40 assisted, 5.0 TFL, 1 sack, 1 INT)

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                     2008 BLUE HEN OPPONENTS
                  Richmond Spiders                                                                                        Villanova Wildcats
       NOVEMBER 15 • UR STADIUM • 3:30 P.M. (CN8)                                                           NOVEMBER 17 • VILLANOVA STADIUM • 3:30 P.M. (CN8)

                GAME #11                                                                                         GAME #12



                                                           Head Coach                    QB                                                                 Head Coach                   DL
                                                           Mike London               Eric Ward                                                              Andy Talley           David Dalessandro


     Location: Richmond, VA                                        2008 SCHEDULE                      Location: Villanova, PA                                       2008 SCHEDULE
     Founded: 1830                                                                                    Founded: 1842
                                                                   A 30 at Elon                                                                                     A 30 at West Virginia
     Enrollment: 2,950                                                                                Enrollment: 6,240
                                                                   S 6 at Virginia                                                                                  S 13 Lehigh
     Colors: Red & Blue                                                                               Colors: Blue & White
                                                                   S 13 *Towson                                                                                     S 20 at Pennsylvania
     President: Dr. Edward L. Ayres                                                                   President: Rev. Peter M. Donohue, OSA
     Athletic Director: Jim Miller                                 S 20 *Maine                        Athletic Director: Vince Nicastro                             S 27 *Richmond
     Conference: Colonial Athletic Association                     S 27 at *Villanova                 Conference: Colonial Athletic Association                     O 4 at *William & Mary
     Stadium: UR Stadium (21,319)                                  O 4 at VMI                         Stadium: Villanova Stadium (12,000)                           O 18 at *Rhode Island
     Nickname: Spiders                                             O 11 *James Madison                Nickname: Wildcats                                            O 25 *James Madison
     Series Record: Delaware leads 18-6                            O 18 at *Massachusetts             Series Record: Series tied 20-20-1                            N 1 at *Northeastern
     Football SID: Mike DeGeorge                                   O 25 Georgetown                    Football SID: Dean Kenefick                                   N 8 *New Hampshire
     Phone // Fax: 804-287-6313 // 289-8820                        N 8 at *Hofstra                    Phone // Fax: 610-519-6514 // 519-7323                        N 15 *Towson
     SID Email: mdegeorg@richmond.edu                              N 15 *Delaware                     SID Email: dean.kenefick@villanova.edu                        N 22 at *Delaware
     Web Address: www.richmondspiders.com                                                             Web Address: www.villanova.com
                                                                   N 22 at *William & Mary                                                                          * CAA games
     DeGeorge Cell: 804-399-8916                                                                      Kenefick at Home: 610-259-2422
                                                                   * CAA games                        Press Box Phone: 610-519-5290
     Press Box Phone: 804-355-6110                                                                                                                                  2007 RESULTS
                                                                   2007 RESULTS                       TEAM INFORMATION                                           at Maryland ..............L 14-31
     TEAM INFORMATION
                                                                at Vanderbilt ..............L 17-41   Head Coach: Andy Talley (So. Connecticut ‘67)              at Lehigh ..................W 30-20
     Head Coach: Mike London (Richmond ‘83)
                                                                                                      Coaching Record: 183-116-2 overall (28 seasons);
     Coaching Record: 0-0 overall at Richmond (first            at *Northeastern ......W 49-14                                                                   *Maine ..............W 24-17 (ot)
                                                                                                      155-98-1 at Villanova (23 seasons); 8-11 all-time vs.
     season); 0-0 all-time vs. Delaware                         at Bucknell................W 45-14                                                               Pennsylvania ............W 34-14
                                                                                                      Delaware
     Assistant Coaches: Mike Faragalli (Offensive               *New Hampshire ......W 45-38                                                                     at *James Madison ......L 7-35
                                                                                                      Assistant Coaches: Mark Ferrante (Assistant Head
     Coordinator/QB), Russ Huesman (Defensive                   at *Towson ................L 21-23                                                               *William & Mary ......W 63-24
                                                                                                      Coach/OL), Mark Reardon (Defensive
     Coordinator/DB), Charles Bankins (Special Teams/RB),       Stony Brook ................W 42-0    Coordinator/Secondary), Sam Venuto (Offensive              at *Massachusetts ..L 24-43 (ot)
     Vincent Brown (LB), Scott Burton (TE), Mark Carney (WR), *Rhode Island ............W 38-6        Coordinator/QB), Brian Flinn (Recruiting                   *Hofstra....................W 35-31
     Bill Polin (OL), Jeff Hanson (Assistant Head               at *James Madison....W 17-16          Coordinator/WR), Billy Crocker (DL), Darrius Smith (RB), at *Richmond ............L 27-35
     Coach/Recruiting Coordinator/DL), Dave Legg (CB), Byron                                          Clint Wiley (LB/Special Teams), Michael George
                                                                *Villanova ................W 35-27                                                               at *Towson ................W 14-12
     Thweatt (DL)                                                                                     (Offensive Assistant), David Riede (Offensive Assistant),
                                                                at *Delaware..W 62-56 (5ot)                                                                      *Delaware ..........W 16-10
     Football Office Phone: 804-289-8372                                                              Daniel Blume (Defensive Assistant)
                                                                *William & Mary ......W 31-20                                                                    * CAA games
     2007 Record: 11-3 (7-1 Atlantic 10 South, 1st), NCAA                                             Football Office Phone: Contact SID
     Semifinals                                                 #Eastern Kentucky ....W 31-14
                                                                                                      2007 Record: 7-4 (5-3 Atlantic 10 South, T-3rd)
     Starters Returning / Lost: 16/6                            at #Wofford ..............W 21-10
                                                                                                      Starters Returning / Lost: 17/5
     Letterwinners Returning / Lost: 37/12                      at #Appalachian St. ....L 35-55
                                                                                                      Letterwinners Returning / Lost: 33/8
     Returning Starters: Offense (8): John Crone (FB),          * CAA games                           Returning Starters: Offense (8): Phil Atkinson (WR), Izzy Bauta (OL), Brian Brannigan
     Jared Decker (OL), Kevin Grayson (WR), Matt McCracken # NCAA FCS Playoff games                   (OL), Brant Clouser (OL), Brandyn Harvey (WR), Ben Ijalana (OL), Michael Sheridan (OL),
     (OL), Jordan Mitchell (WR), Joe Monteverde (TE), Michael                                         Antwon Young (QB); Defense (9): Jarred Corey (CB), David Dalessandro (DL), Phil Matusz
     Silva (OL), Eric Ward (QB); Defense (8): David Horton (DB), Eric McBride (LB), Collin            (DL), Greg Miller (DL), Martel Moody (FS), Osayi Osunde (LB), Terence Thomas (LB), Ross
     McConaghy (LB), Martin Parker (DL), Lawrence Sidbury, Jr. (DL), Tyler Sullivan (LB), Pierre      Ventrone (S), Darrel Young (LB); Kicking (2): Joe Marcoux (K), Zach Ugarte (P)
     Turner (DL), Seth Williams (DB); Kicking: (2) Andrew Howard (K), Brian Radford (P)
                                                                                                      RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS
     RETURNING STATISTICAL LEADERS                                                                    Rushing: Aaron Bail (47 att., 247 yds., 5.3 avg., 1 TD)
     Rushing: Josh Vaughan (109 att., 723 yds., 6.6 avg., 9 TD)                                       Passing: Antwon Young (99 of 153 for 1,192 yds., 14 TD, 4 INT)
     Passing: Eric Ward (216 of 353 for 2,341 yds., 17 TD, 11 INT)                                    Receiving: Phil Atkinson (32 rec., 324 yds., 10.1 avg., 8 TD)
     Receiving: Kevin Grayson (68 rec., 970 yds., 14.3 avg., 7 TD)                                    Kicking: Joe Marcoux (34-35 PAT, 12-18 FG, LG 42)
     Kicking: Andrew Howard (55-58 PAT, 15-22 FG, LG 41)                                              Punting: Zach Ugarte (60 punts, 2,266 yards, 37.8 avg., LG 59)
     Punting: Brian Radford (47 punts, 1820 yds., 38.7 avg., LG 52)                                   Defense: Osayi Osunde (82 tackles, 36 solo, 46 assisted, 5.0 TFL, 1.5 sacks)
     Defense: Eric McBride (126 tackles, 60 solo, 66 assisted, 6.0 TFL, 2.5 sacks)

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                         ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS
           Maryland               2004 - *Delaware, 24-6          1989 - Delaware, 31-14            1995 - *$Delaware, 38-17          2000 - Delaware, 24-17
    (Delaware leads 5-3-1)        2005 - *Delaware, 42-21         1990 - Maine, 17-10               1996 - *$Delaware, 24-14          2001 - *Delaware, 10-6
1899 - *Delaware, 34-0            2006 - *Delaware, 30-7          1991 - *Delaware, 34-10           2000 - Delaware, 44-14            2002 - Richmond, 15-13
1901 - *Delaware, 24-6            2007 - *Delaware, 41-14         1992 - Delaware, 57-13            2001 - *Hofstra, 39-14            2003 - *Delaware, 44-14
1902 - *Tie, 0-0                                                  1993 - *Delaware, 21-19           2003 - Delaware, 24-14            2004 - Delaware, 23-14
1903 - *Delaware, 16-0                        Furman              1994 - Maine, 19-13               2004 - Delaware, 20-19            2005 - Richmond, 20-10
1904 - *Delaware, 18-0                   (Furman leads 1-0)       1995 - *Delaware, 61-0            2005 - *Hofstra, 10-6             2006 - Delaware, 28-24
1905 - *Delaware, 12-0            1988 - $Furman, 21-7            1996 - Delaware, 27-17            2006 - *Delaware, 10-6            2007 - *Richmond, 62-56 (5ot)
1917 - Maryland, 20-0                                             1998 - *Maine, 39-27
1947 - Maryland, 43-19                        Albany              2002 - Delaware, 37-13                   James Madison                          Villanova
1948 - Maryland, 21-0                    (Albany leads 1-0)       2003 - *Delaware, 24-21 (ot)          (Delaware leads 11-6)              (Series tied 20-20-1)
                                  2006 - *Albany, 17-10           2004 - *Delaware, 43-38           1983 - Delaware, 26-23            1895 - Delaware, 10-6
        West Chester                                              2005 - Maine, 25-15               1984 - *Delaware, 32-3            1896 - *Villanova, 14-0
   (Delaware leads 42-6-1)               Massachusetts                                              1991 - $*J. Madison, 42-35 (ot)   1924 - Villanova, 17-3
1941 - *Tie, 7-7                      (Delaware leads 22-5)              William & Mary             1993 - James Madison, 42-38       1962 - *Villanova, 22-10
1942 - *Delaware, 20-0            1958 - *Delaware, 28-14             (Delaware leads 20-12)        1994 - *James Madison, 30-10      1964 - Villanova, 34-0
1948 - *Delaware, 19-0            1959 - Delaware, 42-12          1915 - *Delaware, 93-0            1995 - Delaware, 48-19            1965 - *Delaware, 24-21
1949 - *Delaware,27-14            1968 - *Delaware, 28-23         1923 - Wm. & Mary, 14-0           1996 - *Delaware, 27-13           1966 - Villanova, 16-14
1950 - *Delaware,16-13            1969 - Delaware, 33-21          1976 - Delaware, 15-13            1997 - Delaware, 49-27            1967 - *Villanova, 21-13
1951 - *Delaware,47-20            1980 - Delaware, 21-17          1979 - *Delaware, 40-0            1998 - *Delaware, 28-14           1968 - Villanova, 16-0
1952 -* West Chester, 24-20       1981 - *Delaware, 38-15         1980 - Delaware, 7-3              1999 - James Madison, 21-7        1969 - *Villanova, 36-33
1953 -* West Chester, 27-13       1982 - Delaware, 14-13          1982 - *Delaware, 62-21           2000 - *Delaware, 33-14           1970 - *Villanova, 34-31
1954 -* Delaware, 40-6            1983 - *Delaware, 16-13         1983 - Delaware, 30-13            2001 - Delaware, 28-3             1971 - *Delaware, 23-15
1956 -* West Chester, 10-7        1984 - *Delaware, 27-14         1984 - *Wm. & Mary, 23-21         2002 - *Delaware, 23-10           1972 - *Delaware, 14-7
1968 - *Delaware, 28-0            1985 - Delaware, 27-24          1985 - Wm. & Mary, 17-16          2004 - James Madison, 20-13       1973 - Villanova, 24-7
1969 - *Delaware, 24-8            1986 - Delaware, 41-13          1986 - *Wm. & Mary, 24-18         2005 - *Delaware, 34-28           1974 - *Delaware, 49-7
1970 - *Delaware, 39-22           1987 - *Delaware, 37-34                 $Delaware, 51-17          2006 - James Madison, 44-24       1975 - Delaware, 14-13
1971 - *Delaware, 47-8            1988 - *Delaware, 10-7          1987 - Delaware, 38-14            2007 - *Delaware, 37-34           1976 - *Tie, 24-24
1972 - *Delaware, 31-14           1989 - Delaware, 21-14          1988 - *Delaware, 38-35                                             1977 - Villanova, 33-16
1973 - *Delaware, 49-14           1990 - *Massachusetts, 17-3     1989 - Wm. & Mary, 27-24                      Towson                1978 - *Delaware, 23-22
1975 - *Delaware, 35-7            1991 - Delaware, 27-7           1990 - *Wm. & Mary, 22-12              (Delaware leads 5-4)         1979 - Delaware, 21-20
1976 - *Delaware, 42-7            1992 - *Delaware, 33-13         1991 - Delaware, 28-21            1982 - *Delaware, 51-7            1980 - *Delaware, 17-7
1977 - *Delaware, 17-15           1993 - Massachusetts, 43-29     1993 - *Delaware, 42-35           1983 - *Towson, 13-4              1988 - Delaware, 10-7
1978 - *Delaware, 56-0            1994 - *Delaware, 52-14         1994 - Wm. & Mary, 31-7           1984 - *Delaware, 56-23           1989 - *Villanova, 20-11
1979 - *Delaware, 42-7            1998 - Delaware, 33-30          1995 - *Delaware, 23-20           1992 - *Delaware, 55-27           1990 - Delaware, 19-15
1980 - *Delaware, 28-7            1999 - *Massachusetts, 26-19    1996 - Wm. & Mary, 10-7           1993 - *Towson, 32-30             1991 - *Delaware, 38-28
1981 - *Delaware, 31-14           2000 - Delaware, 31-19          1997 - *Delaware, 14-0            2004 - *Delaware, 21-17           1992 - Delaware, 21-20
1982 - *Delaware, 55-13           2001 - *Delaware, 35-7          1998 - Wm. & Mary, 52-45          2005 - Towson, 35-31              1993 - *Delaware, 19-7
1983 - *West Chester, 35-27       2002 - Massachusetts, 17-7      1999 - *Delaware, 34-27 (2ot)     2006 - *Towson, 49-35             1994 - Delaware, 38-31 (ot)
1984 - *Delaware, 21-20           2003 - *Delaware, 51-45 (3ot)   2000 - Delaware, 28-17            2007 - Delaware, 27-7             1995 - *Delaware, 28-7
1985 - *Delaware, 37-22           2004 - Delaware, 21-7           2001 - *Wm. & Mary, 21-17                                           1996 - Villanova, 27-0
1986 - *Delaware, 33-31           2005 - *Massachusetts, 35-7     2002 - Wm. & Mary, 45-42                     Richmond               1997 - *Villanova, 35-25
1987 - *Delaware, 28-21                                           2003 - *Delaware, 41-27               (Delaware leads 18-6)         1998 - Villanova, 34-31 (ot)
1988 - *West Chester, 33-13                    Maine              2004 - *Delaware, 31-28           1931 - *Delaware, 7-0             1999 - Villanova, 51-45 (ot)
1989 - *Delaware, 41-21               (Delaware leads 21-6)              $Wm. & Mary, 44-38 (2ot)   1949 - *Delaware, 21-7            2000 - *Delaware, 59-42
1990 - *Delaware, 13-12           1972 - *Delaware, 62-0          2005 - Delaware, 22-21            1986 - Delaware, 20-19            2001 - Villanova, 19-14
1991 - *Delaware, 28-0            1973 - Delaware, 28-12          2006 - *Delaware, 28-14           1987 - *Richmond, 28-21           2002 - *Villanova, 38-34
1992 - *West Chester, 21-20       1974 - *Delaware, 39-13         2007 - Delaware, 49-31            1988 - Delaware, 27-10            2003 - Delaware, 20-17
1993 - *Delaware, 56-41           1975 - *Delaware, 35-9                                            1989 - *Delaware, 33-17           2004 - *Delaware, 41-35
1994 - *Delaware, 58-55           1976 - *Delaware, 36-0                      Hofstra               1990 - Delaware, 32-25            2005 - Delaware, 38-13
1995 - *Delaware, 49-21           1978 - *Delaware, 48-0             (Delaware leads 10-5-1)        1991 - *Delaware, 23-17           2006 - *Villanova, 28-27
1996 - *Delaware, 24-17           1979 - *Delaware, 31-14         1960 - *Delaware, 20-0            1992 - Richmond, 29-21            2007 - Villanova, 16-10
1997 - *Delaware, 28-7            1980 - *Delaware, 35-6          1961 - Hofstra, 14-0              1993 - *Delaware, 48-10
1998 - *Delaware, 42-21           1981 - Delaware, 42-5           1965 - Hofstra, 17-6              1994 - Delaware, 28-3             * Delaware home games
1999 - *Delaware, 29-10           1984 - Delaware, 37-7           1966 - *Delaware, 35-13           1995 - *Delaware, 15-0            $ NCAA playoff games
2000 - *Delaware, 84-0            1985 - *Maine, 10-7             1967 - Hofstra, 33-31             1996 - Delaware, 14-7             Largest point total in series in
2001 - No game - 9/11 Tragedies   1986 - Delaware, 34-31          1968 - *Delaware, 35-0            1997 - *Delaware, 24-7            bold
2002 - *Delaware, 31-10           1987 - *Maine, 59-56 (ot)       1969 - Delaware, 28-13            1998 - Richmond, 45-6             Largest victory margin in series in
2003 - *Delaware, 49-7            1988 - Delaware, 31-14          1994 - Tie, 41-41                 1999 - *Delaware, 41-33           italics

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                                            ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS
                                                  UD vs.      Last     Last     Series                                                 UD vs.      Last     Last     Series
Opponent                                         Opponent   UD Win   Opp. Win   Began    Opponent                                    Opponent    UD Win   Opp. Win   Began

Akron .......................................       3-0     1975      —          1973    Monmouth ................................         1-0   2007      —         2007
Albany ....................................        0-1       —       2006        2006    Montana ...................................       1-0   1993      —         1993
Amherst ....................................        0-1      —       1960        1960    Morgan State ............................       3-0-1   1984      —         1970
Appalachian State......................             0-1      —       2007        2007    Mount St. Mary's ......................         5-4-1   1941     1936       1910
Arkansas State ..........................           0-1      —       1986        1986    Muhlenberg ..............................       6-8-1   1953     1954       1910
Army ........................................       0-1      —       1933        1933    Navy.........................................     7-7   2007     2004       1931
Baldwin-Wallace........................             1-0     1973      —          1973    Nevada Las Vegas .....................            1-0   1974      —         1974
Baltimore..................................         1-0     1933      —          1933    New Hampshire.........................          19-10   2003     2007       1953
Boston University ......................           15-4     1996     1986        1965    New York Aggies .......................           1-0   1921      —         1921
Bowling Green ..........................            0-2      —       1959        1957    North Carolina A&T ...................            1-0   1978      —         1978
Bradley.....................................        1-0     1949      —          1949    North Carolina Central...............             1-0   1969      —         1969
Bucknell....................................      22-11     1985     1983        1908    North Dakota............................          1-0   1976      —         1976
Buffalo .....................................       2-6     1963     1968        1961    Northeastern.............................        10-3   2007     2006       1993
Catholic U. ................................      1-2-1     1914     1915        1912    Northeast Louisiana...................            1-0   1992      —         1992
Central Michigan .......................            0-1      —       1974        1974    Northern Iowa...........................          2-0   2007      —         2003
C.C.N.Y......................................       1-0     1923      —          1923    Northern Michigan ....................            0-2    —       1980       1976
Citadel, The...............................         5-3     2003     2002        1974    Ohio University .........................         1-1   1963     1961       1961
Colgate .....................................       5-0     2003      —          1977    Pennsylvania.............................         2-3   1983     1921       1919
Connecticut ...............................        20-6     1998     1988        1951    PMC (Widener).......................... 20-19-3         1952     1948       1896
C.W. Post...................................        3-0     1982      —          1971    Portland State ...........................        1-0   2000      —         2000
Davidson...................................         2-0     1977      —          1976    Princeton ........ .........................      2-0   1982      —         1981
Delaware State..........................            1-0     2007      —          2007    Randolph-Macon .......................            2-3   1946     1939       1935
Dickinson ..................................       6-13     1942     1940        1911    Rhode Island.............................        18-7   2007     2002       1922
Drexel ......................................     5-9-1     1946     1938        1926    Richmond................................        18-6    2006     2007       1931
Eastern Illinois...........................         0-1      —       1978        1978    Rollins.......................................    3-0   1949      —         1946
Eastern Kentucky ......................             1-3     1976     1982        1976    Rutgers ..................................... 13-15-3   1971     1973       1901
Fordham ...................................         1-3     1902     1906        1902    St. John's..................................    5-8-3   1938     1936       1891
Franklin & Marshall...................            3-4-1     1947     1909        1900    St. Joseph's...............................     7-4-2   1934     1936       1922
Furman ...................................         0-1       —       1988        1988    Samford....................................       1-0   1992      —         1992
Gallaudet ..................................        6-0     1930      —          1916    Seton Hall .................................      0-1    —       1904       1904
Georgetown ..............................           0-2      —       1936        1919    Southern Illinois ........................        2-0   2007      —         2003
George Washington ...................               3-1     1924     1930        1920    Springfield ................................      1-1   1926     1932       1926
Georgia Southern ......................             2-2     2002     2001        1997    Stevens College .........................       3-3-1   1924     1920       1913
Gettysburg ................................        15-6     1973     1964        1909    Susquehanna ............................          1-1   1931     1929       1929
Grambling.................................          0-1      —       1973        1973    Swarthmore ..............................      4-23-1   1942     1929       1890
Hampden-Sydney......................              0-3-1      —       1940        1927    Temple......................................    22-14   1985     1983       1913
Haverford .................................     11-23-3     1932     1929        1891    Towson ..................................        5-4    2007     2006       1982
Hofstra ...................................     10-5-1      2006     2005        1960    Upsala ......................................     1-0   1915      —         1915
Holy Cross.................................         1-2     2005     1985        1983    Ursinus .....................................   8-8-2   1941     1940       1897
Indiana State (IN) .....................            1-0     1975      —          1975    Villanova................................ 20-20-1       2005     2007       1895
Indiana, PA ...............................         1-0     1968      —          1968    VMI...........................................    1-1   1975     1976       1975
Jacksonville State......................            1-0     1978      —          1978    Virginia Union ...........................        1-0   1979      —         1979
James Madison .....................               11-6      2007     2006        1983    Wake Forest..............................         0-1    —       1932       1932
Johns Hopkins...........................          3-5-1     1940     1927        1900    Washington College ...................         17-6-1   1946     1937       1891
Juniata .....................................     2-0-1     1934      —          1925    Washington & Lee .....................            1-3   1949     1950       1947
Kent State.................................         1-0     1954      —          1954    West Chester......................... 42-6-1            2007     1992       1941
Lafayette ..................................       17-7     1972     1960        1914    Western Illinois..........................        1-0   1978      —         1978
La Salle.....................................       1-0     1932      —          1932    Western Kentucky .....................            2-0   1982      —         1981
Lebanon Valley..........................          5-5-1     1940     1939        1901    Western Maryland.....................             6-6   1947     1917       1903
Lehigh ......................................     29-16     2005     1999        1912    William & Mary .................... 20-12               2007     2004       1915
Louisiana Tech...........................           1-0     1982      —          1982    Winston-Salem State..................             1-0   1978      —         1978
Maine......................................       21-6      2004     2005        1972    Wittenberg................................        0-1    —       1975       1975
Marshall....................................      1-3-1     1959     1996        1959    Wofford ....................................      1-0   2003      —         2003
Maryland................................         5-3-1      1905     1948        1899    Youngstown State ......................           6-1   1998     1981       1974
Maryland-Baltimore County.......                    2-0     1912      ––         1902
Massachusetts.......................              22-5      2004     2005        1958    OVERALL 116-SEASON RECORD: 629-399-44 (.607)
McNeese State...........................            1-2     1974     1997        1974    MOST WINS VS. AN OPPONENT: 42-6-1 vs. West Chester
Merchant Marine Academy ........                    2-0     1980      —          1979    MOST GAMES VS. AN OPPONENT: 49 vs. West Chester; 45 vs. Lehigh; 42 vs. Philadelphia
Middle Tennessee ......................             2-0     1978      —          1977    Military College (now Widener)
Mississippi College .....................           1-0     1979      —          1979

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         he inaugural season of CAA Football kicked off in 2007 with plans to take the nation’s        numerous individual accolades.
         premier conference in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS, formerly I-AA) to even      Santos (2006), William & Mary
         greater heights and the mission was accomplished. The league boasted as many as seven         quarterback Lang Campbell
teams ranked among the national Top-25 during the season, logged 15 national player of the week        (2004), Villanova running back
honorees and culminated the regular season success by advancing a record five squads to the NCAA       Brian     Westbrook       (2001),
Playoffs field of 16.                                                                                  Villanova wide receiver Brian
     The success did not stop on Selection Sunday. CAA Football came within four points of all five    Finneran        (1997),       New
                                          squads advancing to the quarterfinal round of the NCAA       Hampshire running back Jerry          Colonial Athletic Association
                                          Championships. Both Delaware and Richmond moved on           Azumah (1998) and Towson              8625 Patterson Avene / Richmond, VA 23229
                                          to the final four, marking the eighth time in 11 years a     running back Dave Meggett             Phone: 804-754-1616 / Fax: 804-754-1830
                                          CAA Football squad has competed in the semifinals.           (1988) all have won the               www.caasports.com
                                          Delaware logged a win in the semifinals to earn the          prestigious Walter Payton
                                                                                                                                             Commissioner: Tom Yeager
                                          league its fourth National Final berth in five seasons,      Award under the league
                                                                                                                                             Deputy Commissioner for Basketball: Ron Bertovich
                                          while Richmond fell to the eventual national champions.      banner.      James        Madison     Senior Associate Commissioner, Marketing &
                                          Following the season, the league notched a total of 67       linebacker      Derrick      Lloyd    Development: Robert Goodman
                                          All-America honors. James Madison safety Tony LeZotte        received the Buck Buchanan            Senior Associate Commissioner, Internal Operations:
                                          became the first player in conference history to earn All-   Award      in     2001.       New     Kathleen Batterson
                                                                                                                                             Associate Commissioner, Broadcast Services:
          CAA Commissioner                America honors in every year of his career, while New        Hampshire’s Sean McDonnell
                                                                                                                                             Peter Hock
             Tom Yeager                   Hampshire                                                    (2005), James Madison’s
                                                                                                                                             Assistant Commissioners:
                                                quarterback Ricky Santos left his name among the       Mickey Matthews (1999),               Rob Washburn (Communications)
NCAA’s career Top-3 in touchdown passes, passing yards and total offense.                              Villanova’s Andy Talley (1997)        Melissa Conti (Championships)
     The quality and depth of CAA Football is unmatched in the FCS. Ten of the league’s 12 teams       and Boston University’s Dan           J.P. Williams (Championships)
have participated in the NCAA playoffs over the past seven seasons and at least one team has           Allen (1993) have earned the          Director of Operations: Stephanie Lusby
                                                                                                                                             Administrative Assistant: Pamela Stone
advanced to the national semifinals in eight of the last 11 years. In 2004, James Madison claimed      Eddie Robinson Award as the
                                                                                                                                             Assistant Communications Director: Niki DeSantis
the national championship with a 31-21 triumph over Montana, becoming the first team to reach the      top coach in the FCS.
                                                                                                                                             Director of Football Communications: Scott Meyer
title game by winning three road playoff contests since the field expanded to 16 teams in 1986.             The        CAA       Football    Creative Services: Kelly Bowmaster
Delaware rolled past Colgate 40-0 to capture the national championship in 2003, becoming the first     geographic                footprint   Communications Intern: Kim Wagner
                                                                              team to ever post a      encompasses much of the East          Compliance & Administration Intern: Chuck Robinson
                                                                              shutout in the title     Coast with schools located from       Marketing Assistant: Narissa Suber
                                                                                                                                             Receptionist: Tara Gagnon
                                                                              game. No other           Maine to Virginia. Members
                                                                              conference has had       include Delaware, Hofstra,
                                                                              two different teams      James Madison, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Northeastern, Rhode Island, Richmond,
                                                                              win national titles in   Towson, Villanova and William & Mary. While CAA Football officially began March 1, 2007, its roots
                                                                              back-to-back years.      date back more than 60 years
                                                                              Massachusetts                 On December 3, 1946, the Code of the Yankee Conference went into effect. Established as an
                                                                              earned a national        all-sports conference for the New England land grant colleges, the six charter members included
                                                                              championship        in   Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. Upon the formation
                                                                              1998,         beating    of Division I-AA football in 1978, the league disbanded all sports except football. Delaware and
                                                                              perennial        power   Richmond were admitted to the
                                                                              Georgia Southern,             conference in 1986, Villanova was added in 1988 and James Madison, Northeastern and William
                                                                              55-43.                   & Mary joined the league in 1993. The Atlantic 10 assumed operation control of the conference from
                                                                                    Along with the     1997-2006, with Hofstra becoming part of the league in 2001 and Towson joining the group in 2004.
                                                                              t     e      a      m         Since 1978, CAA Football members have accumulated 69 playoff berths, 18 Lambert Cups, 82
                                                                              accomplishments,         final top 25 rankings and 40 final top 10 rankings.
                                                                              the conference has
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        PAST ATLANTIC 10/CAA                              2007 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL CONFERENCE FINAL STANDINGS
       CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS
                                                                                                                         Conference                     Overall
1947       New Hampshire                                                                                                 W         L               W              L      Points For     Points Against
1948       New Hampshire                       NORTH DIVISION
1949       Connecticut, Maine                  Massachusetts (Champion)..................................7                         1               10             3            403            249
1950       New Hampshire                       Hofstra ..............................................................4             4                7             4            296            249
1951       Maine                               New Hampshire..................................................4                    4                7             5            429            352
1952       Connecticut, Maine,                 Maine ................................................................3             5                4             7            186            269
           Rhode Island                        Rhode Island......................................................2                 6               3              8            228            360
1953       UNH, Rhode Island                   Northeastern......................................................2                 6                3             8            217            292
1954       New Hampshire
1955       Rhode Island                        SOUTH DIVISION
1956       Connecticut                         Richmond (Champion)........................................7                        1               11             3            489            334
1957       UConn, Rhode Island                 James Madison ..................................................6                   2               8              4            400            265
1958       Connecticut                         DELAWARE......................................................5                     3               11             4            543            387
1959       Connecticut                         Villanova ...........................................................5              3               7              4            288            261
1960       Connecticut                         William & Mary..................................................2                   6                4             7            319            427
1961       Massachusetts                       Towson...............................................................1              7               3              8            171            242
1962       New Hampshire
1963       Massachusetts                       NCAA FCS First Round: Delaware 44, Delaware State 7; Appalachian State 28, James Madison 27; Massachusetts 49, Fordham 35; Richmond 31,
1964       Massachusetts                       Eastern Kentucky 14; Northern Iowa 38, New Hampshire 35
1965       Maine                               NCAA FCS Quarterfinals: Delaware 39, Northern Iowa 27; #4 Southern Illinois 34, Massachusetts 27; Richmond 21, #3 Wofford 10
1966       Massachusetts
                                               NCAA FCS Semifinals: Delaware 20, #4 Southern Illinois 17; Appalachian State 55, Richmond 35
1967       Massachusetts
                                               NCAA FCS Championship: Appalachian State 49, Delaware 21
1968       Connecticut, UNH
1969       Massachusetts
1970       Connecticut                                                          2007 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE ALL-STARS
1971       Connecticut, UMass
1972       Massachusetts                                       First Team                                                              Second Team                                      Third Team
1973       Connecticut
1974       Maine, Massachusetts                OFFENSE                                                                    OFFENSE                                          OFFENSE
1975       New Hampshire                       QB    Joe Flacco (Delaware)                                                QB    Liam Coen (Massachuetts)                   QB    Jake Phillips (William & Mary)
1976       New Hampshire                       QB    Ricky Santos (New Hampshire)                                         QB    Rodney Landers (James Madison)             RB    Matt Dicken (Villanova)
1977       Massachusetts                       RB    Omar Cuff (Delaware)                                                 RB    Kareem Huggins (Hofstra)                   RB    Jhamal Fluellen (Maine)
1978       Massachusetts                       RB    Tim Hightower (Richmond)                                             RB    Matt Lawrence (Massachusetts)              WR    LC Baker (James Madison)
1979       UMass, Boston U.                    RB    Maurice Murray (Northeastern)                                        FB/HB John Crone (Richmond)                      WR    Elliott Mack (William & Mary)
1980       Boston University
                                               FB/HB Joe Casey (Rhode Island)                                             WR    Kevin Grayson (Richmond)                   WR    Kervin Michaud (Delaware)
1981       UMass, Rhode Island
1982       UMass, Boston U.                    WR    Keith Levan (New Hampshire)                                          WR    Marcus Lee (Towson)                        TE    Scott Sicko (New Hampshire)
           Connecticut, Maine                  WR    Aaron Love (Delaware)                                                WR    Rasheed Rancher (Massachusetts)            OL    Terrence Apted (James Madison)
1983       Boston U., UConn                    WR    JJ Moore (Massachusetts)                                             TE    Brian Mandeville (Northeastern)            OL    Rich Beverley (Delaware)
1984       R. Island, Boston U.                WR    Charles Sullivan (Hofstra)                                           OL    Sean Calicchio (Massachusetts)             OL    Shawn Demaray (Maine)
1985       Rhode Island                        TE    Matt Sherry (Villanova)                                              OL    Ryan Canary (Maine)                        OL    Nick Diana (Massachusetts)
1986       Delaware, UConn, UMass              OL    Matt Austin (Massachusetts)                                          OL    Matt McCracken (Richmond)                  OL    Brad Stewart (William & Mary)
1987       Richmond, Maine                     OL    Mike Byrne (Delaware)                                                OL    Kevin Newhall (Northeastern)               PK    Chris Koepplin (Massachusetts)
1988       Delaware, UMass 1989                OL    Nick Couturier (New Hampshire)                                       OL    Mark Stolte (Rhode Island)                 KR    Courtney Robinson (Massachusetts)
Maine, Villanova, UConn                        OL    Kheon Hendricks (Delaware)                                           PK    David Stannard (James Madison)             PR    LC Baker (James Madison)
1990       UMass, New Hampshire                OL    Scott Lemn (James Madison)                                           KR    Kareem Huggins (Hofstra)
1991       Delaware, Villanova, UNH
                                               PK    Jon Striefsky (Delaware)                                             PR    Derek Hatcher (Richmond)                   DEFENSE
1992       Delaware
1993       *Boston U.; #Wm. & Mary             KR    Justin Rogers (Richmond)                                                                                              DL    Brandon Collier (Massachusetts)
1994       *New Hampshire; #JMU                PR    Anthony Nelson (Hofstra)                                             DEFENSE                                          DL    Bruno Borismond (Maine)
1995       *R. Island; #Delaware                                                                                          DL    Hassan Abdul-Wahid (James Madison)         DL    Matt Marcorelle (Delaware)
1996       *UNH; #Wm. & Mary                   DEFENSE                                                                    DL    Tim Kukucka (Villanova)                    DL    Marvin Wright (New Hampshire)
1997       *UNH; #Villanova                    DL    John Baranowsky (James Madison)                                      DL    Shemiah LeGrande (Hofstra)                 LB    Stanley Gutierrez (Hofstra)
1998       *UConn; #Richmond                   DL    Jovan Belcher (Maine)                                                DL    Ken Sussman (Hofstra)                      LB    Collin McConaghy (Richmond)
1999       UMass, James Madison                DL    David Burris (Massachusetts)                                         LB    Justin Barnes (James Madison)              LB    Joe Mele (Northeastern)
2000       Delaware, Richmond                  DL    Lawrence Sidbury (Richmond)                                          LB    Andrew Downey (Maine)                      LB    Osayi Osunde (Villanova)
2001       Hofstra, William & Mary,            LB    Brian Bradford (Towson)                                              LB    Husain Karim (New Hampshire)               CB    Derek Cox (William & Mary)
           Maine, Villanova                    LB    Jason Hatchell (Massachusetts)                                       LB    Eric McBride (Richmond)                    CB    Seth Williams (Richmond)
2002       Northeastern, Maine
                                               LB    Gian Villante (Hofstra)                                              CB    John Clements (New Hampshire)              S     Drew Mack (Towson)
2003       Delaware, Massachusetts
2004       New Hampshire (North),              LB    Charles Walker (Massachusetts)                                       CB    Ki’Ameer Johnson (Rhode Island)            S     Jeromy Miles (Massachusetts)
           William & Mary, Delaware,           CB    Courtney Robinson (Massachusetts)                                    CB    Evan McCollough (James Madison)            P     Jason Pritchard (James Madison)
           James Madison (South)               CB    Sean Smalls (Massachusetts)                                          S     David Darby (Hofstra)
2005       New Hampshire, Richmond             S     Tony LeZotte (James Madison)                                         S     Stephen Howell (Richmond)
2006       Massachusetts, James Madison        S     Jeff Pammer (New Hampshire)                                          P     Tom Bishop (New Hampshire)
2007       Massachusetts, Richmond             P     Bryan Giannecchini (Rhode Island)

Overall champion in italics                    Offensive Player of the Year: Joe Flacco (Delaware)/Ricky Santos (UNH)                               Defensive Player of the Year: Tony LeZotte (James Madison)
* - New England Division Champion (1993-98)    Offensive Rookie of the Year: Kevin Grayson (Richmond)                                               Defensive Rookie of the Year: Eric McBride (Richmond)
# - Mid-Atlantic Division Champion (1993-98)
                                               Special Teams Player of the Year: Justin Rogers (Richmond)                                           Coach of the Year: Dave Clawson (Richmond)

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   2008 COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COMPOSITE SCHEDULE                                                                  2007 CAA Conference
August 30                                         RHODE ISLAND at TOWSON, 3 p.m.                                         Team Statistical Leaders
Northeastern at Ball State, 7 p.m.                MAINE at DELAWARE, 6 p.m. (CN8)
Hofstra at Connecticut, tba                                                                           TOTAL OFFENSE                   Rush      Pass Play Yds Avg Yds/G
                                                  October 18                                          Delaware ..................2567          4342 1134 6909 6.1 460.6
August 30                                         NEW HAMPSHIRE AT NORTHEASTERN, 12 noon (CSN)        James Madison..............3181           1739 809 4920 6.1 410.0
Monmouth at Rhode Island, 1 p.m.                  WILLIAM & MARY AT DELAWARE, 12 noon                 New Hampshire ............1560            3327 795 4887 6.1 407.2
Towson at Navy, 3 p.m.                            VILLANOVA AT RHODE ISLAND, 12 noon                  Richmond ......................3284       2391 954 5675 5.9 405.4
Delaware at Maryland, 3:45 p.m. (ESPNU)           HOFSTRA AT MAINE, 3 p.m.                            Massachusetts................1992         3228 868 5220 6.0 401.5
Albany at Massachusetts, 6 p.m.                   RICHMOND AT MASSACHUSETTS, 3:30 p.m. (CN8)          William & Mary ............1299           3059 776 4358 5.6 396.2
Richmond at Elon, 7 p.m.                                                                              Hofstra..........................1605     2668 773 4273 5.5 388.5
James Madison at Duke, 7 p.m.                     October 25                                          Rhode Island ................2529         1298 836 3827 4.6 347.9
Maine at Iowa, tba                                TOWSON AT NEW HAMPSHIRE, 12 noon (CSN)              Villanova ......................1694      1893 737 3587 4.9 326.1
Villanova at West Virginia, tba                   NORTHEASTERN AT MAINE, 12 noon                      Northeastern ................1832         1719 722 3551 4.9 322.8
                                                  RHODE ISLAND AT WILLIAM & MARY, 1 p.m.              Maine............................1966     1397 720 3363 4.7 305.7
September 6                                       Bryant at Massachusetts, 1 p.m.                     Towson ............................754    2590 748 3344 4.5 304.0
Maine at Monmouth, 1 p.m.                         DELAWARE AT HOFSTRA, 3 p.m.
Richmond at Virginia, 3:45 p.m. (ESPNU)           Georgetown at Richmond, 3 p.m.                      TOTAL DEFENSE                   Rush      Pass Play Yds Avg Yds/G
Morgan State at Towson, 6 p.m.                    JAMES MADISON AT VILLANOVA, 3:30 p.m. (CN8)         Massachusetts................1503         2522 951 4025 4.2 309.6
William & Mary at North Carolina State, 6 p.m.                                                        Hofstra..........................1253     2181 720 3434 4.8 312.2
Rhode Island at Fordham, 6 p.m.                   November 1                                          James Madison..............1519           2371 814 3890 4.8 324.2
North Carolina Central at James Madison, 6 p.m.   WILLIAM & MARY AT TOWSON, 12 noon (CSN)             Maine............................1606     2102 717 3708 5.2 337.1
Massachusetts at Holy Cross, tba                  MASSACHUSETTS AT RHODE ISLAND, 12 noon              Towson ..........................1956     1928 767 3884 5.1 353.1
New Hampshire at Army, tba                        HOFSTRA AT NEW HAMPSHIRE, 12 noon                   Delaware ..................2664          2687 1028 5351 5.2 356.7
                                                  Iona at Maine, 12 noon                              Richmond ......................2135       2992 983 5127 5.2 366.2
September 13                                      VILLANOVA AT NORTHEASTERN, 1 p.m.                   Villanova ......................1471      2640 794 4111 5.2 373.7
NEW HAMPSHIRE at RHODE ISLAND, 12 noon (CN8)      DELAWARE AT JAMES MADISON, 3:30 p.m. (CN8)          Northeastern ................2048         2178 755 4226 5.6 384.2
TOWSON at RICHMOND, 3 p.m.                                                                            William & Mary ............2483           1842 774 4325 5.6 393.2
MASSACHUSETTS at JAMES MADISON, 3:30 p.m. (CN8)   November 8                                          Rhode Island ................1910         2583 749 4493 6.0 408.5
West Chester at Delaware, 6 p.m.                  MAINE AT MASSACHUSETTS, 12 noon (CSN)               New Hampshire ............2252            3069 933 5321 5.7 443.4
Northeastern at Georgia Southern, 6 p.m.          TOWSON AT DELAWARE, 12 noon
Stony Brook at Maine, 6 p.m.                      RICHMOND AT HOFSTRA, 1 p.m.                         SCORING OFFENSE                                G   TD   FG    Pts     Avg
VMI at William & Mary, 7 p.m.                                                                         Delaware ................................15        69   21   543     36.2
                                                  NEW HAMPSHIRE AT VILLANOVA, 3:30 p.m. (CN8)
                                                                                                      New Hampshire ..........................12         59    6   429      35.8
Albany at Hofstra, 7 p.m.                         NORTHEASTERN AT WILLIAM & MARY, 7 p.m.
                                                                                                      Richmond ..................................14      63   15   489      34.9
Lehigh at Villanova, tba
                                                                                                      James Madison ..........................12         52   13   400      33.3
                                                  November 15
                                                                                                      Massachusetts ............................13       52   11   403      31.0
September 20                                      MASSACHUSETTS AT NEW HAMPSHIRE, 12 noon (CSN)       William & Mary ..........................11        42    9   319      29.0
Albany at New Hampshire, 12 noon                  MAINE AT RHODE ISLAND, 12 noon                      Hofstra ......................................11   36   14   296      26.9
RHODE ISLAND at HOFSTRA, 1 p.m.                   NORTHEASTERN AT HOFSTRA, 1 p.m.                     Villanova ....................................11   36   12   288      26.2
Delaware at Furman, 2 p.m.                        DELAWARE AT RICHMOND, 3:30 p.m. (CN8)               Rhode Island ..............................11      29    9   228      20.7
MAINE at RICHMOND, 3 p.m.                         TOWSON AT VILLANOVA, tba                            Northeastern ..............................11      30    3   217      19.7
Villanova at Penn, 3:30 p.m. (CN8)                WILLIAM & MARY AT JAMES MADISON, tba                Maine ........................................11   22   10   186      16.9
Towson at Coastal Carolina, 7 p.m.                                                                    Towson ......................................11    20   12   171      15.5
Norfolk State at William & Mary, 7 p.m.           November 22
Massachusetts at Texas Tech, 7 p.m.               RICHMOND AT WILLIAM & MARY, 12 noon (CSN)           SCORING DEFENSE                                G   TD   FG    Pts     Avg
Appalachian State at James Madison, 7 p.m.        NEW HAMPSHIRE AT MAINE, 12 noon                     Massachusetts ............................13       30   12   249      19.2
Northeastern at Syracuse, tba                     JAMES MADISON AT TOWSON, 1 p.m.                     Towson ......................................11    27   16   242      22.0
                                                  RHODE ISLAND AT NORTHEASTERN, 1 p.m.                James Madison ..........................12         35    9   265      22.1
September 27                                      HOFSTRA AT MASSACHUSETTS, 2:30 p.m. (CN8)           Hofstra ......................................11   33    7   249      22.6
New Hampshire at Dartmouth, 12 noon               VILLANOVA AT DELAWARE, 2:30 p.m. (CN8)              Villanova ....................................11   32   12   261      23.7
UC Davis at Northeastern, 1 p.m.                                                                      Richmond ..................................14      42   14   334      23.9
Columbia at Towson, 3 p.m.                        November 24                                         Maine ........................................11   35    8   269      24.5
RICHMOND at VILLANOVA, 3:30 p.m. (CN8)            I-AA Playoffs – First Round (Campus Sites), TBA     Delaware ................................15        51   10   387     25.8
JAMES MADISON at MAINE, 6 p.m.                                                                        Northeastern ..............................11      38    9   292      26.5
Albany at Delaware, 6 p.m.                        December 1                                          New Hampshire ..........................12         45   13   352      29.3
Hofstra at Stony Brook, 6 p.m.                    I-AA Playoffs – Quarterfinals (Campus Sites), TBA   Rhode Island ..............................11      48    7   360      32.7
Rhode Island at Boston College, tba                                                                   William & Mary ..........................11        55   15   427      38.8
                                                  December 7-8
October 4                                         I-AA Playoffs – Semifinals (Campus Sites), TBA      RUSHING OFFENSE                               Att  Yds Avg      TD     Y/G
NORTHEASTERN at TOWSON, 12 noon (CSN)                                                                 James Madison ..........................595 3181 5.3            37    265.1
VILLANOVA at WILLIAM & MARY, 1 p.m.               December 14                                         Richmond ..................................589 3284 5.6         39    234.6
Richmond at VMI, 1 p.m.                           I-AA National Championship (Chattanooga, TN), TBA   Rhode Island..............................622 2529 4.1          23    229.9
Brown at Rhode Island, 1 p.m.                                                                         Maine........................................466 1966 4.2       10    178.7
HOFSTRA aat JAMES MADISON, 1:30 p.m.              Colonial Athletic Association games in CAPS         Delaware ..............................602 2567 4.3             42   171.1
DELAWARE at MASSACHUSETTS, 3:30 p.m. (CN8)        Game times subject to change for Television         Northeastern..............................458 1832 4.0          20    166.5
                                                                                                      Villanova ..................................480 1694 3.5        11    154.0
October 11                                                                                            Massachusetts ............................480 1992 4.2          19    153.2
JAMES MADISON at RICHMOND, 12 noon (CSN)                                                              Hofstra ......................................406 1605 4.0      21    145.9
WILLIAM & MARY at NEW HAMPSHIRE, 12 noon                                                              New Hampshire ........................410 1560 3.8              27    130.0
Hofstra at Bucknell, 1 p.m.                                                                           William & Mary..........................395 1299 3.3            19    118.1
MASSACHUSETTS at NORTHEASTERN, 1 p.m.                                                                 Towson ......................................321   754 2.3       8     68.5

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RUSHING DEFENSE                               Att  Yds Avg          TD     Y/G                                 2007 CAA INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS
Hofstra ......................................389 1253 3.2          11    113.9
Massachusetts ............................513 1503 2.9              15    115.6   RUSHING                        Team              Att     Yds     Avg    Yds/G     SCORING (KICK)                   Team      PATs         FGs Pts Pts/G
James Madison ..........................453 1519 3.4                19    126.6   Tim Hightower ..............Richmond            327     1924      5.9    137.4    Jon Striefsky ..............UD           64-67        21-24 127 8.5
Villanova ..................................393 1471 3.7            19    133.7   Omar Cuff ..................UD                  398    1945      4.9    129.7     Andrew Howard ............Richmond 58-58               15-22 103   7.4
Maine........................................417 1606 3.9           17    146.0   Maurice Murray ............NU                   302     1421      4.7    129.2    Dave Stannard ..............JMU           49-51        12-14 85    7.1
Richmond ..................................571 2135 3.7             23    152.5   Matt Lawrence ..............UMass               318     1585      5.0    121.9    Rob Zarrilli ....................Hofstra  31-32        14-26 73    6.6
Rhode Island..............................420 1910 4.5              23    173.6   Kareem Huggins ............Hofstra              178      957      5.4    106.3    Joe Marcoux ..................VU          34-35        12-18 70    6.4
Delaware ..............................648 2664 4.1                 31   177.6    Rodney Landers ............JMU                  223     1273      5.7    106.1
Towson ......................................482 1956 4.1           18    177.8   Jhamal Fluellen..............Maine              223     1052      4.7     95.6    SCORING                          Team       TD XPT           FG    Pts Pts/G
Northeastern..............................472 2048 4.3              23    186.2   Matt Dicken ..................VU                221      922      4.2     83.8    Omar Cuff ..................UD              39   0            0   234 15.6
New Hampshire ........................512 2252 4.4                  25    187.7   Griff Yancey ..................JMU              105      665      6.3     60.5    Tim Hightower ..............Richmond        23   0            0   138     9.9
William & Mary..........................514 2483 4.8                33    225.7   Courtland Marriner ........W&M                  115      518      4.5     57.6    Jon Striefsky ..............UD               0 64            21   127 8.5
                                                                                                                                                                    Maurice Murray ............NU               14   0            0     84    7.6
PASS OFFENSE                                  Att      Cmp    Int Yds Y/G         PASS RATING                     Team Att-Cmp-Int.          Yds    TD       Eff.   Dave Stannard ..............JMU              1  49           12     91    7.6
Delaware ..............................532             336      5 4342 289.5      Ricky Santos ..................UNH        350-256-7       2972    24     163.1    Matt Lawrence ..............UMass           16   0            0     96    7.4
William & Mary..........................381             217     7 3059 278.1      Liam Coen......................UMass     360-232-14       3091    30     156.3    Andrew Howard ............Richmond           0  58           15   103     7.4
New Hampshire ........................385               282     7 3327 277.2      Rodney Landers ............JMU            205-130-5       1678    13     148.2    Kareen Huggins ............Hofstra          11   0            0     66    7.3
Massachusetts ............................388           246    15 3228 248.3      Joe Flacco....................UD         521-331-5       4263     23    144.9     Rob Zarrilli ....................Hofstra     0  31           14     73    6.6
Hofstra ......................................367       232    16 2668 242.5      Jake Phillips ..................W&M       336-190-7       2801    19     141.1    Joe Marcoux ..................VU             0  34           12     70    6.4
Towson ......................................427        259    19 2590 235.5      Bryan Savage ................Hofstra 367-232-16           2668    13     127.3
Villanova ..................................257         161     7 1893 172.1      Eric Ward ......................Richmond 353-216-11       2341    17     126.6    ALL PURPOSE                     Team      Rush/Rcv    PR/KR YdsAvg/G
                                                                                  Anthony Orio ................NU           229-139-6       1558     8     124.1    Kareem Huggins ............Hofstra          957/103    0/641 1701 189.0
Richmond ..................................365          218    12 2391 170.8
                                                                                  Michael Brusko ..............Maine         100-60-2        561     4     116.3    Omar Cuff ..................UD            1945/554     0/0 2499 166.6
Northeastern..............................264           158     7 1719 156.3
                                                                                  Sean Schaefer................Towson 417-255-19            2553    12     113.0    Tim Hightower ..............Rich.          1924/228    0/0   2152 153.7
James Madison ..........................214             135     5 1739 144.9
                                                                                                                                                                    Maurice Murray ............MU              1421/55     0/0   1476 134.2
Maine........................................254        138     6 1397 127.0
                                                                                                                                                                    Matt Lawrence ..............UMass          1585/69     0/30 1684 129.5
Rhode Island..............................214           100     7 1298 118.0      PASSING YARDS PER GAME Team             Att-Cmp-Int      Pct. Yds Avg/G           Jhamal Fluellen..............Maine         1052/302    0/0   1354 123.1
                                                                                  Joe Flacco....................UD        521-331-5       63.5 4263 284.2           Kervin Michaud..........UD                 108/682     0/8061596 122.8
PASS DEFENSE                                  Att      Cmp    Int Yds Y/G         Ricky Santos ..................UNH       350-256-7       73.1 2972 270.2          Chad Kackert ................UNH            380/196    0/526 1102 122.4
William & Mary..........................260             168     9 1842 167.5      Jake Phillips ..................W&M      336-190-7       56.5 2801 254.6          Keith LeVan ..................UNH            80/843    0/380 1303 108.6
Towson ......................................285        172     8 1928 175.3      Bryan Savage ................Hofstra    367-232-16       63.2 2668 242.5          Jerell Jones....................URI         393/120   31/541 1085 108.5
Delaware ..............................380             229    13 2687 179.1       Liam Coen......................UMass    360-232-14       64.4 3091 237.8
Maine........................................300        192     7 2102 191.1      Sean Schaefer................Towson     417-255-19       61.2 2553 232.1          KICK RETURN                   Team     Ret             Yds         TD    Avg
Massachusetts ............................438           241    13 2522 194.0      Eric Ward ......................Rich.   353-216-11       61.2 2341 167.2          Justin Rogers ................Richmond 33             1002          2    30.4
James Madison ..........................361             230     8 2371 197.6      Anthony Orio ................NU          229-139-6       60.7 1558 141.6          Angelo Babbaro ............VU           22             636          1    28.9
Northeastern..............................283           188     7 2178 198.0      Rodney Landers ............JMU           205-130-5       63.4 1678 139.8          Chad Kackert ................UNH        20             526          1    26.3
Hofstra ......................................331       191    13 2181 198.3      Derek Cassidy ................URI        153-76-6        49.7 1025 102.5          Courtney Robinson ........UMass         19             495          1    26.1
Richmond ..................................412          244    10 2992 213.7                                                                                        Matthew Szczur..............VU          19             495          0    26.1
Rhode Island..............................329           197    11 2583 234.8      REC. YDS/GAME                   Team        Rec          Yds     TD Yds/G
Villanova ..................................401         230    17 2640 240.0      Charles Sullivan ............Hofstra        86           991      7 90.1          PUNT RETURN                     Team  Ret             Yds          TD    Avg
New Hampshire ........................421               283     8 3069 255.8      J.J. Moore......................UMass       80          1100      5 84.6          Anthony Nelson..............Hofstra    20             312           0    15.6
                                                                                  Kevin Grayson ..............Richmond        68           970      7 80.8          Derek Hatcher ..............Richmond 23               276           1    12.0
                                                Opp.           Own                Rasheed Rancher ..........UMass             49          1007      9 77.5          Matthew Szuzur ............VU          17             165           0     9.7
TURNOVER MARGIN ................Fum Int                 Tot Fum Int Tot +/-       Elliott Mack....................W&M         46           849      5 77.2          J.J. Moore......................UMass  28             234           1     8.4
Villanova ....................................8 17       25   6 7 13 +12          Aaron Love ................UD               73         1009       3 72.1          Aaron Love ................UD          17             122           0     7.2
Delaware ..................................11 13         24   7 5 12 +12          Keith LeVan ..................UNH           71           843     10 70.2
Richmond ..................................15 10         25   5 12 17 +8          Mike Boyle ....................UNH          50           842      7 70.2          PUNTING                        Team   Punt             Yds        Avg
Northeastern................................8 7          15   5 7 12 +3           Marcus Lee ....................Towson       66           680      2 61.8          Bryan Giannecchini ........URI          43            1761        41.0
Maine..........................................8 7       15   7 6 13 +2           Mark Duncan ..............UD                70          916       6 61.1          Tim Bishop ....................UNH      44            1776        40.4
Rhode Island..............................12 11          23 14 7 21 +2                                                                                              Ron Conway ..................NU         45            1774        39.4
Hofstra ......................................11 13      24   7 16 23 +1          REC./GAME                       Team        Rec          Yds     TD Rec/G         Brian Radford ................Richmond 47             1820        38.7
New Hampshire ..........................7 8              15   8 7 15 0            Charles Sullivan..............Hofstra       86           991      7 7.82          Kash Kiefer....................Maine    71            2707        38.1
Massachusetts ............................13 13          26 11 15 26 0            J.J. Moore......................UMass       80          1100      5 6.15
William & Mary............................6 9            15 12 7 19 -4            Marcus Lee ....................Towson       66           680      2 6.00          INTERCEPTIONS                 Team           Int      Yds          TD
James Madison ............................6 8            14 15 5 20 -6            Keith LeVan....................UNH          71           843     10 5.92          Stanley Gutierrez ..........Hofstra            4       10           0
Towson ........................................7 8       15   7 19 26 -11         Kevin Grayson ..............Richmond        68           970      7 5.67          Martel Moody ................VU                3       71           1
                                                                                  Demetrius Harrison ........Towson           58           545      4 5.27          Derek Cox ....................W&M              3       69           0
Delaware In Other Categories (A-10 Leader)                                        Aaron Love ................UD               73         1009       3 5.21          Ki’Ameer Johnson ..........URI                 3       64           1
Kickoff Returns: 11th, 19.2 (Villanova, 26.3)                                     Mark Duncan ..............UD                70          916       6 4.67          David Darby ..................Hofstra          3       19           0
Kickoff Coverage: 6th, 38.3 (Massachusetts, 44.2)                                 Scott Sicko ....................UNH         51           619      6 4.25          Adrian Owen..................URI               3       12           0
Punt Returns: 9th, 6.3 (Hofstra, 14.7)                                            Elliott Mack....................W&M         46           849      5 4.18
Net Punting: 6th, 33.0 (Towson, 36.1)                                                                                                                               TACKLES                         Team       Solo        Ast        Total Avg/G
Pass Efficiency: 5th, 144.1 (New Hampshire, 167.1)                                TOTAL OFFENSE                   Team    Rush     Pass Ply. Total Yds/G            Brian Bradford ..............Towson          65         84         149 13.5
Pass Efficiency Defense: 5th, 126.7 (Massachusetts, 108.0)                        Ricky Santos ..................UNH        243    2972 461 3215 292.3              Jeff Pammer..................UNH             53         77         130 10.8
First Downs: 1st, 367                                                             Joe Flacco....................UD           22   4263 585 4285 285.7               Husain Karim ................UNH             35         95         130 10.8
                                                                                  Jake Phillips ..................W&M       192    2801 435 2993 272.1              Maurice Wilkins..............Towson          41         73         114 10.4
Opponent First Downs: 12th, 297 (Hofstra, 189)
                                                                                  Bryan Savage ................Hofstra      302    2668 485 2970 270.0              Gian Villante ..................Hofstra      55         55         110 10.0
3rd Down Conversions: 1st, 52.6%
                                                                                  Rodney Landers ............JMU          1273     1678 428 2951 245.9
3rd Down Conv. Defense: 6th, 40.0% (Maine, 34.2%)
                                                                                  Liam Coen......................UMass      -94    3091 391 2997 230.5              SACKS                           Team Total            Yds Avg/G
Sacks By: 3rd, 29 for 190 (Massachusetts, 43 for 293)
                                                                                  Sean Schaefer................Towson      -157    2553 475 2396 217.8              Jovan Belcher ................Maine   10.0             73   0.91
Sacks Against: 6th, 28 for 194 (James Madison, 6 for 27)                          Eric Ward ......................Rich.     476    2341 461 2817 201.2              David Burris ..................UMass   9.5             55   0.73
Red Zone Offense: 2nd, 68-77, 88.3% (James Madison, 92.3%)                        Anthony Orio ................NU           190    1558 298 1748 158.9              Matt Marcorelle..............UD        8.0             68   0.57
                                                                                  Tim Hightower ..............Rich.       1924        0 327 1924 137.4              Collin McConaghy ..........Richmond 7.5                59   0.54
                                                                                                                                                                    Greg Miller ....................VU     7.5             42   0.68

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                                  2008 NCAA INFORMATION
     The University of Delaware is one of 117
football-playing institutions classified in NCAA                                                                                            2007 NCAA FBS                              Past NCAA I-AA National
Football Championship Subdivision for the 2007                                                                                                                                               Champions
season. The schools represent membership brought
                                                                                                                                      TOURNAMENT RESULTS
about through a re-organization of college football                                                                                                                               1978          Florida A&M
                                                                                                                           FIRST ROUND GAMES (NOV. 23-24)
in 1977.                                                                                                                   (1) Northern Iowa def. New Hampshire, 38-35            1979          Eastern Kentucky
     The 2008 season will be the 30th season of FCS                                                                        Delaware def. Delaware State, 44-7                     1980          Boise State
football. The I-AA tournament between 1978 and                                                                             (4) Southern Illinois def. Eastern Illinois, 30-11     1981          Idaho State
1980 included four teams, in 1981 it included eight                                                                        Massachusetts def. Fordham, 49-35                      1982          Eastern Kentucky
teams, and was expanded to 12 teams in                                                                                     Eastern Washington def. (2) McNeese State, 44-15       1983          Southern Illinois
                                                                                                                           Appalachian State def. James Madison, 28-27
1982 before reaching its current field of 16.                                                                                                                                     1984          Montana State
                                                             championship website at http://www.ncaa.org.                  Wofford def. (3) Montana, 23-22
     Of the 16 teams selected to play in the 2008                                                                          Richmond def. Eastern Kentucky, 33-14                  1985          Georgia Southern
                                                                  NCAA FCS Top 25 polls will be issued on-line
NCAA FCS football championship tournament, eight                                                                                                                                  1986          Georgia Southern
                                                             each Monday afternoon during the season by The
will be conference champions and eight will be                                                                             QUARTERFINALS (DEC. 1)                                 1987          Northeast Louisiana
                                                             Sports Network, the American Football Coaches
designated at-large berths.                                                                                                Delaware def. Northern Iowa, 39-27                     1988          Furman
                                                             Association/Collegiate Commissioner’s Association,            Southern Illinois def. Massachusetts, 34-27
     The conferences receiving automatic berths are                                                                                                                               1989          Georgia Southern
                                                             and the College Sporting News/Any Given Saturday.             Appalachian State def. Eastern Washington, 38-35
the Colonial Athletic Association, Southern, Gateway,                                                                                                                             1990          Georgia Southern
                                                                  The pre-season Sports Network Top 20 poll will           Richmond def. Wofford, 21-10
Mid-Eastern Athletic, Patriot, Southland, Big Sky, and                                                                                                                            1991          Youngstown State
                                                             be announced in mid-August with the first regular
Ohio Valley conferences.                                                                                                   SEMIFINALS (DEC. 7-8)                                  1992          Marshall
                                                             season poll scheduled for Monday, Sept. 1.
     The tournament structure calls for the field to be                                                                    Delaware def. Southern Illinois, 20-17                 1993          Youngstown State
                                                                  Both polls include voting by Sports Information
seeded by the NCAA selection committee and                                                                                 Appalachian State def. Richmond, 55-35                 1994          Youngstown State
                                                             Directors, head coaches, and media members.
announced via a televised press conference on                                                                                                                                     1995          Montana
                                                                  The NCAA will continue to update weekly                  FINALS (DEC. 14) at Finley Stadium,
Sunday, Nov. 23.                                                                                                                                                                  1996          Marshall
                                                             statistics on-line at: www.ncaa.org/stats/football            Davenport Field, Chattanooga, TN,
     The 16 schools will play first-round games at                                                                                                                                1997          Youngstown State
                                                             each Sunday evening during the season.                        Appalachian State def. Delaware, 49-21
home sites Saturday, Nov. 29. The quarterfinals will                                                                                                                              1998          Massachusetts
be played at campus sites December 6, while the                                                                                                                                   1999          Georgia Southern
                                                                                                                                    2007 SPORTS NETWORK
semifinals will be played on campus sites December                                                                                                                                2000          Georgia Southern
12 and 13. The title game will be held for the 10th                                                                                   NATIONAL AWARDS                             2001          Montana
straight year at Max Finley Stadium/Davenport                                                                                                                                     2002          Western Kentucky
                                                                                                                           Walter Payton Award (Player):
Field in Chattanooga, TN on Friday night, December                                                                         Jayson Foster, QB (Georgia Southern)                   2003          Delaware
19.                                                                                                                                                                               2004          James Madison
     The title game is once again scheduled to be                                                                          Buck Buchanan Award (Defense):                         2005          Appalachian State
televised live on ESPN or ESPN2.                                                                                           Kroy Biermann, DE (Montana)                            2006          Appalachian State
     For information regarding the NCAA I-AA                                                                                                                                      2007          Appalachian State
                                                                                                                           Eddie Robinson Award (Coach):
championship game, you can access:                                                                                         Mark Farley, Northern Iowa
http://www.chattanoogafun.com or the NCAA


                                 THE SPORTS NETWORK                                                                                                    FCS COACHES (CCA)
                                  (Final Poll • December 17, 2007)                                                                                (Final Poll • December 17, 2007)
  Rk. Team (1st place)                 Rec.      Pts.      18.   Eastern Illinois..................8-4      920   Rk. Team (1st place) Rec.                             17.   Youngstown State ............7-4           208
                                                           19.   South Dakota State ..........7-4           548                                                         18.   Georgia Southern ............7-4           181
   1.   Appalachian State (119) 13-2            2,950      20.   Fordham..........................8-4       548     1.   Appalachian State (27) ..13-2           696    19.   Fordham..........................8-4       169
   2.   Delaware ......................11-4     2,809      21.   Harvard ..........................8-2      527     2.   Delaware ......................11-4     653    20.   Harvard ..........................8-2      136
   3.   Southern Illinois ............12-2      2,630      22.   Yale ................................9-1   464     3.   Southern Illinois ............12-2      618    21.   Yale ................................9-1   124
   4.   Northern Iowa................12-1       2,519      23.   Elon ................................7-4   418     4.   Richmond ......................11-3     599    22.   South Dakota State ..........7-4           116
   5.   Richmond ......................11-3     2,507      24.   Cal Poly ..........................7-4     416     5.   Northern Iowa (1)..........12-1         571    23.   Elon ................................7-4   107
   6.   Wofford ..........................9-4   2,466      25.   Grambling State ..............8-4          288     6.   Massachusetts ................10-3      508    24.   Grambling State ..............8-4           96
   7.   Massachusetts ................10-3      2,096                                                               7.   James Madison ................8-4       500    25.   Dayton ..........................11-1       79
   8.   Eastern Washington..........9-4         2,019     Others receiving votes: Villanova 263, The                8.   Eastern Washington..........9-4         464
   9.   North Dakota State ........10-1         1,957     Citadel 181, Hofstra 134, Dayton 147, Norfolk             9.   North Dakota State ........10-1         460   Others receiving votes: Cal Poly 60,
  10.   Montana ........................11-1    1,953     State 118, Jackson State 77, Western Illinois 69,        10.   Wofford ..........................9-4   449   Villanova 51, Hofstra 42, Western Illinois 30,
  11.   McNeese State................11-1       1,853     Liberty 44, Southern 42, Furman 35, San Diego            11.   McNeese State................11-1       434   The Citadel 24, Jackson State 19, Albany 18,
  12.   James Madison ................8-4       1,777     15, Hampton 13, Alabama A&M 12, South                    12.   Montana ........................11-1    418   Liberty 18, Montana State 15, Norfolk State 15,
  13.   Eastern Kentucky ............9-3        1,481     Carolina State 11, Colgate 10, Prairie View A&M          13.   Eastern Kentucky ............9-3        337   Furman 14, Sam Houston State 11, South
  14.   New Hampshire................7-5        1,289     9, Sam Houston State 8, Nicholls State 6,                14.   New Hampshire................7-5        327   Carolina State 9, San Diego 8, Prairie View A&M
  15.   Delaware State ..............10-2       1,112     Jacksonville State 5, Northern Arizona 4, Central        15.   Eastern Illinois..................8-4   251   7, Alabama A&M 6, Hampton 5, Holy Cross 4,
  16.   Youngstown State ............7-4        1,014     Arkansas 3, Holy Cross 2.                                16.   Delaware State ..............10-2       237   Southern 3, Georgetown 2, Central Arkansas 1.
  17.   Georgia Southern ............7-4          954

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                            LAMBERT CUP & ECAC
 NCAA FCS LAMBERT CUP       NCAA FCS                              LAMBERT CUP/
 CHAMPIONS                  ECAC TEAM OF THE                   MEADOWLANDS TROPHY
                            YEAR AWARD WINNERS
 2007 – DELAWARE                                            The Lambert-Meadowlands Awards were established in
 2006 – Massachusetts                                  1936 by brothers Victor and Henry Lambert, two New York
                            2007 – DELAWARE
 2005 – New Hampshire                                  jewelers and college football boosters, in memory of their
                            2006 – Massachusetts       father, August, to recognize supremacy in Eastern college              2007 ECAC I-AA ALL-STARS
 2004 – James Madison
                            2005 – New Hampshire       football.                                                                (Selected from a vote of ECAC member head coaches
 2003 – DELAWARE
                            2004 – James Madison            In 1984, the Meadowlands Sports Complex was                                    and sports information directors)
 2002 – Villanova
                            2003 – DELAWARE            selected to sponsor the award and continue the Lambert
 2001 – Lehigh
                            2002 – Villanova           Award tradition.                                                                           OFFENSE
 2000 – DELAWARE
                            2001 – Lehigh                   The awards territory includes eastern teams from
 1999 – Hofstra                                                                                                         QB - Ricky Santos, New Hampshire
                            2000 – DELAWARE            Maine to Virginia with voting done weekly by a panel of
 1998 – Massachusetts                                                                                                   RB - Omar Cuff, Delaware
                            1999 – Hofstra             seven regional media members.
 1997 – DELAWARE                                                                                                        RB - Mike McLeod, Yale
                            1998 – Massachusetts            A dinner, in conjunction with the annual ECAC football
 1996 – Wm & Mary                                                                                                       WR - Charles Sullivan, Hofstra
                            1997 – Villanova           awards presentations, is held each February at Giants
 1995 – DELAWARE                                                                                                        WR - JJ Moore, Massachusetts
                            1996 – William & Mary      Stadium.
 1994 – James Madison                                                                                                   TE - Matt Sherry, Villanova
                            1995 – DELAWARE                 In NCAA Division I-AA, the University of Delaware has
 1993 – Boston University                                                                                               OL - Matt Austin, Massachusetts
                            1994 – New Hampshire       won or shared the Lambert Cup Award a record 19 times,
 1992 – Villanova                                                                                                       OL - Ryne Nutt, Central Connecticut
                            1993 – Boston University   including seven times in 1968-74.
 1991 – DELAWARE                                                                                                        OL - Jeff Monaco, Yale
                            1992 – DELAWARE                                                                             OL - Mike Byrne, Delaware
 1990 – Wm. & Mary                                            2007 FINAL FCS LAMBERT CUP POLL
                            1991 – East Carolina                                                                        OL - Nick Couturier, New Hampshire
 1989 – Holy Cross
                            1990 – William & Mary
 1988 – Holy Cross                                     Rk.   Team                                         Record                                  DEFENSE
                            1989 – Holy Cross
 1987 – Holy Cross                                      1.   Delaware .........................11-4 (80 pts)
                            1988 – Pennsylvania
 1986 – Holy Cross                                      2.   Richmond..............................11-3 (71)            DL - Jovan Belcher, Maine
                            1987 – Holy Cross
 1985 – Rhode Island                                    3.   Massachusetts........................10-3 (65)             DL - John Baranowsky, James Madison
                            1986 – Holy Cross, Penn
 1984 – Rhode Island                                    4.   James Madison........................8-4 (51)              DL - David Burris, Massachusetts
                            1985 – Rhode Island                                                                         LB - Andy Romans, Lafayette
 1983 – Holy Cross                                      5.   Harvard ..................................8-2 (48)
                            1984 – Rhode Island                                                                         LB - Jason Hatchell, Massachusetts
 1982 – DELAWARE                                        6.   New Hampshire.......................7-5 (33)
                            1983 – Holy Cross                                                                           LB - Mike Gallihugh, Colgate
 1981 – Shippensburg                                    7.   Yale ........................................9-1 (32)
                            1982 – DELAWARE                                                                             LB - Brian Bradford, Towson
 1980 – Lehigh                                          8.   Fordham .................................8-4 (26)
                            1981 – DELAWARE             9.   Villanova.................................7-4 (16)         DB - Tony LeZotte, James Madison
 1979 – DELAWARE
                            1980 – Lehigh                                                                               DB - Jeff Pammer, New Hampshire
 1978 – Massachusetts                                  10.   Hofstra......................................7-4 (9)
                            1979 – Lehigh, Boston U.                                                                    DB - Al Phillips, Wagner
 1977 – Lehigh                                                                                                          DB - Steven Williams, Harvard
                            1978 - Massachusetts
 1976 – DELAWARE
 1975 – Lehigh                                                       ECAC TEAM OF THE                                                          SPECIALISTS
                            DIVISION II ECAC TEAM OF
 1974 – DELAWARE
                            THE YEAR WINNERS
                                                                        YEAR AWARD
         Lehigh                                                                                                         P - Ben Dato, Fordham
                            (1974-79)                       The Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Team         K - Steve Morgan, Brown
 1973 – DELAWARE
 1972 – DELAWARE                                       of the Year Award was started in 1974 to recognize the top       RS - Al Phillips, Wagner
                            1979 – DELAWARE            college football teams in the East in all four divisions.
 1971 – DELAWARE
                            1978 – DELAWARE                 The award began for Division II and Division II teams       ECAC Player of the Year
 1970 – DELAWARE
                            1977 – Lehigh              in 1974, added Division I-A teams in 1975, and added I-AA        QB - Joe Flacco, Delaware
 1969 – DELAWARE
                            1976 – DELAWARE            in 1978.
       Wesleyan                                                                                                         ECAC Rookie of Year
                            1975 – New Hampshire            The award is selected from a vote of a panel of ECAC
 1968 – DELAWARE                                                                                                        LB - Scott Lewis, St. Francis (PA)
                            1974 – DELAWARE            Athletic Administrators and is presented at the Eastern
 1967 – West Chester
                                                       College Football Awards Banquet each February at Giants
 1966 – Gettysburg
                                                       Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ.
 1965 – Maine                                               Also awarded at the banquet is the ECAC Player,
 1964 – Bucknell                                       Rookie, and Coach of the Year for all four levels of football.
 1963 – DELAWARE                                            The University of Delaware has won the award 10 time
 1962 – DELAWARE                                       in school history, more than any school currently at the I-
 1961 – Lehigh                                         AA level.
 1960 – Bucknell                                            Delaware won the award four times as a Division II
 1959 – DELAWARE                                       school (in 1974, 1976, 1978 and 1979), and seven times
 1958 – Buffalo                                        as a I-AA/FCS school (1981, 1982, 1992, 1995, 2000,
 1957 – Lehigh                                         2003 and 2007).
                                        Lambert Cup

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