ORONO, Maine -- Marcus Wasilewski threw for 307 yards, completing 22 of 26 attempts, and three touchdowns to lead Maine to a 41-0 win over Rhode Island Saturday.
Rickey Stevens also ran for 125 yards, scoring two touchdowns.
Maine (10-1, 7-0 Colonial Athletic Association) clinched their first CAA title with this victory. With a win over New Hampshire next week Maine will become the only CAA team to finish a season undefeated in conference play.
John Ebeling was Wasilewski's main target as he pulled in 7 passes for 85 yards and a touchdown.
Rhode Island (3-9, 2-6) could not slow the Bears as they amassed 501 total yards. Cabririni Goncalves led the Maine defense with eight tackles, including one sack.
If McCaffrey, Fournette, Watson, Mayfield and Cook were the Heisman finalists, would anyone be surprised? No. But the run for the Heisman rarely follows the preseason script.
Four of the Wildcats' top-six pass-catchers graduated, but freshman possession receiver Ben Skowronek adds depth and ability to the roster.
National magazines aren't sure how to judge USC coach Clay Helton, but the Trojans' former interim and now permanent coach will be tested early.
Devin Duvernay’s long and mind-boggling recruiting journey is now in the rearview mirror after committing to Texas over TCU Wednesday. The No. 42-ranked prospect in the class of 2016, and the nation’s fastest prospect in the class, talked more about his decision to pick the Longhorns.
Alabama fans should get to know USC, which presents an array of dynamic athletes for the Crimson Tide to be wary of in the season opener.
ESPN 300 signee Lamar Jackson is 6-foot-3, 200-plus pounds, so he has the size of a safety/linebacker but also have excellent coverage skills.
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