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Regional college football game days

Updated 12:15 am, Friday, November 9, 2012
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Robert Morris at Sacred Heart

WHEN: Saturday, noon

WHERE: Campus Field, Fairfield

RECORDS: Robert Morris 3-6, 2-4 Northeast Conference; Sacred Heart 2-7, 1-5

SKINNY: Sacred Heart will honor its 21 seniors before Saturday's kickoff. ... The Pioneers have lost three straight, falling 34-14 to Bryant last weekend. The Pioneers' defense had 17 tackles for a loss and five sacks, but Bryant touchdown throws of 74 and 52 yards hurt SHU. ... The Colonials are coming off a 17-13 win over their Pittsburgh rival Duquesne.

UP NEXT: Nov. 17 at St. Francis (Pa.), noon

AIC at New Haven

WHAT: Northeast-10 Conference championship game

WHEN: Saturday, noon

WHERE: Ralph F. DellaCamera Stadium, West Haven

RECORDS: American International 7-2, 7-1 NE-10; UNH 9-0, 8-0

SKINNY: The Yellow Jackets are trying to rebound from a 37-6 home loss to UNH last weekend. Ryan Osiecki (Seymour), UNH's record-setting quarterback, completed 21-of-27 passes for 259 yards and one touchdown while also scrambling for 60 yards and another score. ... The Chargers are ranked third in the AFCA Coaches' Poll.


Princeton at Yale

WHEN: Saturday, noon

WHERE: Yale Bowl, New Haven (YES)

RECORDS: Princeton 4-4, 3-2 Ivy League; Yale 2-6, 1-4

SKINNY: Yale sophomore Tyler Varga leads the nation with 199.4 all-purpose yards per game. He's the Ivy League leader with 119 rushing yards per game. ... Yale lost to Brown 20-0 last Saturday. ... Yale has won four of the last five and two straight over Princeton. ... Princeton fell to Penn 28-21 last weekend and has dropped two straight.

UP NEXT: Nov. 17 at Harvard, noon (NBC Sports)


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