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Towson Tigers (4-7)


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Potential springboard to success

(STATS) - Success is measured in many ways, but in the 24-team FCS playoffs, only the national champion can end its season with a win.

Few FCS teams will enter the 2017 season with a long winning streak, although national champion James Madison has won 12 straight games, Air Force Reserve Celebration Bowl champion Grambling State is at 11 and Pioneer Football League runner-up Dayton has a seven-game run.

Some teams with losing records were thrilled to gain a different outlook for the offseason by the way they ended last season in November.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: E. Knudson1393
Passing TDs: E. Knudson6
Rushing Yards: S. Simpson784
Rushing TDs: D. Victor7
Receiving Yards: C. Summers968
Receiving TDs: C. Summers5
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2017
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/2 vs. Morgan State TBA
9/9 at Maryland TBA
9/16 at Saint Francis U TBA
9/23 at Stony Brook TBA
9/30 vs. Villanova TBA
10/14 vs. Richmond TBA
10/21 at New Hampshire TBA
10/28 vs. Delaware TBA
11/4 at Elon TBA
11/11 at William & Mary TBA
11/18 vs. Rhode Island TBA
Colonial Athletic Association
  Conference Overall
1 James Madison 8-0 14-1
11 Villanova 6-2 9-4
17 New Hampshire 6-2 8-5
8 Richmond 5-3 10-4
Maine 5-3 6-5
Albany 4-4 7-4
Stony Brook 4-4 5-6
Towson 3-5 4-7
William & Mary 3-5 5-6
Delaware 2-6 4-7
Rhode Island 1-7 2-9
Elon 1-7 2-9
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4056 (72)
Passing Yards: 2334 (65)
Rushing Yards: 1722 (62)
Points per game: 22.1 (94)
Yards per game: 368.7 (73)
Touchdowns: 25 (105)
Field Goals: 18 (5)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3655 (18)
Passing Yards: 1875 (6)
Rushing Yards: 1780 (60)
Points per game: 27.6 (62)
Yards per game: 332.3 (22)
Touchdowns: 35 (49)
Field Goals: 9 (57)
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