DELAWARE at RHODE ISLAND Sophomore QB Bob Bentsen (11 of 17, two touchdowns) gave the Rams a second-half spark against Maine.
NEW HAMPSHIRE vs. UMASS An encore at Gillette Stadium for the 74th and quite likely final meeting. Say it ain’t so.
MAINE at RICHMOND Ninth-ranked Black Bears receiving solid production from junior wideout Maurice McDonald (nine catches, 139 yards last week).
YALE at PENN Senior receiver/return whiz Chris Smith and Elis seeking first road win against a Quakers squad that has reeled off three straight victories.
BROWN at CORNELL Senior Dan Smithwick lit the spark against Princeton with a pick-six 57 seconds in. The Bears recorded first shutout since 1990.
PRINCETON at HARVARD Senior captain/linebacker Alex Gedeon (team-leading 47 tackles) is one of 12 former high school quarterbacks on the Crimson roster.
COLUMBIA at DARTMOUTH Bishop Feehan grad Nick Schwieger keeps running into record book: his 12 100-yard performances new standard for Big Green.
HOLY CROSS at BUCKNELL Gold Helmet winner Ryan Taggart set record for Crusader quarterbacks with his 176-yard rushing effort against Dartmouth.
BRYANT at ROBERT MORRIS Second in Bulldogs history in TD passes (35), senior quarterback Mike Croce has reliable targets in Matt Tracey and Jordan Harris.
ALBANY at CENTRAL CONN.
In danger of their first losing season since 2003, the 1-5 Blue Devils have lost eight fumbles and tossed 11 interceptions.
MONMOUTH at SACRED HEART Freshman Keshaudas Spence and sophomore Greg Moore the first Pioneer backs to rush for 100-plus yards in same game.
BENTLEY at NEW HAVEN Sluggish second halves doomed Falcons against Merrimack and Southern Conn.; ranked 16th, 6-1 Chargers can close.
STONEHILL at MERRIMACK With a school-record 326 tackles, Warriors senior linebacker Shawn Loiseau of Shrewsbury is 64 shy of Northeast-10 career mark.
SAINT ANSELM at PACE Hawk sophomores Trevor Jessie and Ethan Sylvain and freshman linebacker Isaac Jorgensen have combined for 10 picks.
SOUTHERN CONN. at AIC
Rashaad Slowley continues his sensational senior run for Owls, with 22 total touchdowns and 150.9 yards rushing per game.
MIT at SALVE REGINA Engineer sophomore linebacker Jake Laux emerging as a smashing presence, racking up a season-high 18 tackles last week.
WORCESTER STATE at COAST GUARD Tony Tokarz-directed Lancer attack averaged 41.2 points during 5-0 start, but just 21 in two straight losses.
MAINE MARITIME at MASS. MARITIME Steady senior back Matt White and the Bucs shoot for their first Admiral’s Cup victory since a 27-26 thriller in 2003.
FITCHBURG STATE at BRIDGEWATER STATE Freshman Blaise Branch (Cardinal Spellman) has piled up 311 rushing yards the last two weeks, both Bears wins.
CURRY at NICHOLS Junior wideout Rob Bambini (52 catches, six touchdowns) continues to produce for a Colonials squad struggling with turnovers.
PLYMOUTH STATE at WESTERN NEW ENGLAND Sophomore tackle Kevin Soule and the Golden Bear defense locked up their first shutout since 2006 with a goal-line stand against MIT.
UMASS-DARTMOUTH at ENDICOTT Junior Mike Murphy (18.9 yards per catch) and sophomore Dylan Rushe (39 of 40 on PATs) under-the-radar stars for soaring Gulls.
WESTFIELD STATE at FRAMINGHAM STATE The Rams have never had a weapon quite like shifty sophomore Melikke Van Alstyne (1,105 rushing yards, 15 touchdowns).
COLBY at HAMILTON Winless Mules must pressure junior quarterback Jordan Eck, who completed 30 of 40 passes in loss to Bowdoin last week.
WESLEYAN at AMHERST Freshman LaDarius Drew (121.0 yards rushing per game) carries Cards; senior Eric Bunker (102.5) a workhorse for the Lord Jeffs.
MIDDLEBURY at BATES Panther receivers Billy Chapman (34 catches), Nick Resor (34), and Zach Driscoll (29) rank 1-2-3 in the NESCAC.
BOWDOIN at TRINITY Seeking their 42d straight win at home, Bantams pace NESCAC in rushing (228.8 yards per game) and stopping the run (31.8).
TUFTS at WILLIAMS Senior linebacker Zach Skarzynski (18 tackles, one pass breakup) anchored the Jumbos’ ferocious defensive effort against Trinity.
MOUNT IDA at N.Y. MARITIME Mustangs will need a few bursts from Johrone Bunch (168.5 rushing yards per game) and Kareem Cope against 5-1 Privateers.
NORWICH at HUSSON Cadets charged to their fourth straight victory on a 10-yard keeper by Kris Sabourin with 33 seconds left last week against Gallaudet.
BECKER at GALLAUDET Freshman Kyle Gregg showcasing his elusive skills with three returns for scores, including an 87-yard kick runback against Castleton.
CASTLETON at ANNA MARIA An encore in Paxton after Shane Brozowski’s TD toss with 15 seconds left sparked Spartans to a 56-52 thriller over AmCats Sept. 24.
ST. JOHN FISHER at SPRINGFIELD The leading scorer in Division 3, Gold Helmet winner Josh Carter has accounted for 74 career touchdowns (47 rushing, 27 passing).
WPI at ROCHESTER Rindge & Latin product Johny Antonopoulos broke out with a career-high four touchdown passes against Merchant Marine.
BROCKPORT at WESTERN CONN.
Western Conn. faces a formidable challenge in halting 17-game losing skid: Golden Eagles just knocked off eighth-ranked Kean.