This weekend’s N.E. games

November 19, 2010

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UCONN at SYRACUSE Huskies shoot for first road win of season riding the nation’s second-leading rusher, North Dartmouth’s Jordan Todman (147.0 yards per game).

JAMES MADISON at MAINE Junior tailback Pushaun Brown has delivered 242 yards and two touchdowns in his last two starts for the Black Bears.

TOWSON at NEW HAMPSHIRE Thanks to Brian McNally’s strip sack on second and goal with 13 seconds left at Villanova, Wildcats back on prowl for postseason.

UMASS at RHODE ISLAND Senior QB Kyle Havens (18 TDs, CAA-leading 231.9 yards per game) and 19th-ranked Minutemen need a win to stay in the hunt for postseason berth.

YALE at HARVARD Bulldogs won’t back away from fourth and 22. Crimson proudly point to Gino Gordon’s relentless 19-yard pickup on fourth and 4.

COLUMBIA at BROWN Senior QB Joe Springer has been a savior for the Bears, his heroics at Dartmouth last week a performance to remember.

DARTMOUTH at PRINCETON Big Green junior Nick Schwieger leads the Ivy League in rushing (128.5 yards per game) and his only passing attempt was a 62-yard TD to Tanner Scott.

BUCKNELL at HOLY CROSS Gold Helmet winner Ryan Taggart (14 TD passes) and 24 other Crusader seniors can secure the program’s sixth consecutive winning season with a victory.

SAINT FRANCIS (Pa.) at CENTRAL CONNECTICUT Blue Devils defensive end Lawton Arnold took a kick back 70 yards for a score and blocked a field goal in last week’s 49-48 double OT thriller with Monmouth.

DUQUESNE at BRYANT Here’s the ticket to a 7-0 finish at home for Bulldogs: Sophomore Jordan Brown churns out his 10th 100-yard rushing performance of the season.

WAGNER at SACRED HEART Dale Fink enters his final game as a Pioneer with a Northeast Conference-record 77 TD passes, and is 136 yards shy of conference career yardage mark.

ENDICOTT at CORTLAND STATE No shortage of heroes for Gulls, but junior QB Phil Konopka has been immense in march to program’s first NCAA Division 3 playoff game.

FRAMINGHAM STATE at NORWICH Fascinating matchup in Northeast Bowl: Kurt Leone (31 TD passes) powers Rams, while Andrew Fulford and Kris Sabourin fuel Cadet run game.

MAINE MARITIME at WESTERN NEW ENGLAND In North Central Bowl, Golden Bears must deal with bulldozer Jim Bower and Mariners to put wraps on best season in program history.

MOUNT IDA at SPRINGFIELD Sore, but resilient Mustangs face mighty task against Pride’s prolific ground attack (392.1 rushing yards per game) in North Atlantic Bowl.