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Sat. 9/19 Sat. 9/26 Sat. 10/3 Sat. 10/10 Sat. 10/17
vs. Bryant
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@ URI
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What FCS schedules in spring may look like

(Stats Perform) - Should a spring season occur across FCS college football, some of the conferences will make changes from their original plan for this fall.

All 13 conferences postponed their conference schedules due to concerns surrounding COVID-19. Among 127 overall programs, 15 are playing at least one nonconference game this fall, and a few of them don't plan to play in the spring semester.

A shorter regular season from late February to mid-April will not allow for many nonconference games. It's been recommended the national playoffs run from April 18 (release of 16-team field) until May 15.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: E. Perry2948
Passing TDs: E. Perry22
Rushing Yards: E. Perry730
Rushing TDs: E. Perry8
Receiving Yards: J. Prall594
Receiving TDs: S. Boylan5
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2020
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/19 vs. Bryant Postponed
9/26 vs. Harvard Postponed
10/3 at Rhode Island Postponed
10/10 at Holy Cross Postponed
10/17 at Princeton Postponed
10/24 vs. Cornell Postponed
10/31 vs. Penn Postponed
11/7 at Yale Postponed
11/14 vs. Columbia Postponed
11/21 at Dartmouth Postponed
Ivy League
  Conference Overall
Brown 0-0 0-0
Columbia 0-0 0-0
Cornell 0-0 0-0
Dartmouth 0-0 0-0
Harvard 0-0 0-0
Pennsylvania 0-0 0-0
Princeton 0-0 0-0
Yale 0-0 0-0
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4545 (61)
Passing Yards: 3011 (35)
Rushing Yards: 1534 (89)
Points per game: 30.0 (42)
Yards per game: 454.5 (15)
Touchdowns: 40 (55)
Field Goals: 7 (100)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4887 (77)
Passing Yards: 3418 (116)
Rushing Yards: 1469 (22)
Points per game: 40.2 (123)
Yards per game: 488.7 (121)
Touchdowns: 50 (97)
Field Goals: 13 (82)
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