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New Hampshire Wildcats (4-7)


Sat. 9/7 Sat. 9/14 Sat. 9/21 Sat. 9/28 Sat. 10/5
@ HolyCr
TBA
@ FIU
TBA
vs. URI
TBA
vs. Duq
TBA
vs. Elon
TBA

2019 CAA Football spring outlook

(STATS) - It's odd how a conference that set the FCS record for the most qualifiers in a single playoff would have something to prove the following year.

But CAA Football disappointed in the 2018 playoffs even with regular-season champion Maine advancing to the semifinals for the first time. Four of the six qualifiers lost in the first round and James Madison was out after the second round.

Time to regroup? Somewhat, but the CAA usually reloads as one of the elite FCS conferences, and the depth of quality teams is there again in 2019.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: T. Knight1074
Passing TDs: T. Knight7
Rushing Yards: C. Washington, Jr.582
Rushing TDs: C. Washington, Jr.6
Receiving Yards: N. O'Connor814
Receiving TDs: N. O'Connor3
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2019
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/7 at Holy Cross TBA
9/14 at FIU TBA
9/21 vs. Rhode Island TBA
9/28 vs. Duquesne TBA
10/5 vs. Elon TBA
10/12 at Stony Brook TBA
10/19 at Delaware TBA
11/2 vs. Villanova TBA
11/9 at James Madison TBA
11/16 at Albany TBA
11/23 vs. Maine TBA
Colonial Athletic Association
  Conference Overall
4 Maine 7-1 10-4
9 James Madison 7-2 9-4
20 Towson 5-3 7-5
16 Stony Brook 5-3 7-5
19 Elon 4-3 6-5
24 Delaware 5-4 7-5
Rhode Island 4-4 6-5
William & Mary 3-4 4-6
New Hampshire 3-5 4-7
Villanova 2-6 5-6
Richmond 2-6 4-7
Albany 1-7 3-8
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3114 (112)
Passing Yards: 1923 (93)
Rushing Yards: 1191 (103)
Points per game: 17.8 (113)
Yards per game: 283.1 (114)
Touchdowns: 21 (115)
Field Goals: 5 (107)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3410 (13)
Passing Yards: 1994 (17)
Rushing Yards: 1416 (21)
Points per game: 22.8 (28)
Yards per game: 310.0 (15)
Touchdowns: 27 (18)
Field Goals: 9 (49)
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