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Tigers can’t overcome turnovers in loss to UNH

Outside of a school-record tying 100-yard kickoff return by Shane Simpson (pictured) Towson had very little offensive success as they fell to New Hampshire, 21-7.

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No. 14 Mustangs shutout No. 24 DelVal, 19-0

Stevenson remained the final unbeaten team in the MAC with a 19-0 victory over nationally-ranked Delaware Valley, keeping their destiny in their own control.

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JHU sets Centennial record, rout Bullets, 54-14

The Blue Jays set a new Centennial record for consecutive league victories as they earned their 34th-straight with a 54-14 victory over Gettysburg.

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Will Likely out for rest of 2016 with torn ACL

Maryland’s star defensive back and return specialist Will Likely has been officially ruled out for the rest of the season with a torn ACL suffered against Minnesota.

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JHU powers past Dickinson with dominant stretch

The Blue Jays scored 35 points in a 15-minute span of game time to remain unbeaten with a 45-10 victory over the Dickinson Red Devils.

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Dartmouth special team’s block TU from victory

Towson had two fourth quarter field goals blocked by Dartmouth that combined would have won them the game after a strong performance on the ground.

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Big plays push Mustangs past Pride

Even though Stevenson had a poor performance running the ball, they used big plays and an efficient passing game to remain unbeaten with a win over Widener.

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Terps shut down by Golden Gophers, 31-10

Maryland had eight drives end without picking up a first down and they didn’t score until the fourth quarter before they were in too big of a hole get out of.

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Navy shocks No. 6 Houston with big 2nd half

Navy pulled off the biggest upset of the year as they dominated Houston in the second half on their way to a 46-40 victory, ending the Cougars unbeaten streak.

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Tigers struggle in 2nd half, fall to SBU

Towson led Stony Brook 17-7 at halftime but failed to move the ball effectively in the second half as they fell 27-20 on Saturday night.

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