Delaware (1-2) at North Carolina (2-1), Sat. 12:30 p.m. on CSN
The Blue Hens came up just short of pulling over the upset of Villanova last week, but there's no time to dwell on it as they head to Chapel Hill this week to face the Tar Heels.
After a shaky start to the season, North Carolina looks like they are in midseason form after blowing out Illinois last week. In his last two games, quarterback Marquise Williams has thrown five touchdowns and only one interception. He will have a tough task against a very stingy Delaware defense that is allowing only 19 points per game this season.
Rhode Island (0-3) at Maine (0-2), Sat. 3:30 p.m. on CSN Plus
Rhode Island and Maine are a combined 0-5 on the season so the good news is that someone is going to walk away with their first win. Maine's 0-2 record is a bit misleading, however, as they have played two FBS teams to start the season. In reality, they actually are not a bad team and Vegas knows it. Maine is currently a 19.5-point favorite over the Rams.
After being held to just 10 points total against Boston College and Tulane, Maine is likely looking forward to facing a Rhode Island defense that has not yet held an opponent to less than 35 points.
Stony Brook (2-0) at William & Mary (1-1), Sat. 7:30 p.m. on CSN
Stony Brook heads to Williamsburg for a critical early season CAA tilt. Both teams have eyes at making a run at the conference, but with how deep the conference is, neither team can really afford to take this loss.
The Seawolves have not yet been challenged this season, winning both of their games by more than 20 points. Running back Stacey Bedell is the team's workhorse. The UMass transfer already has 43 carries for 326 yards and four touchdowns in just two games this season. He will go toe-to-toe with a William & Mary defense that held Virginia to only 110 rushing yards last week.