Today's games for state teams

September 30, 2006|By KENT BAKER

McDaniel (1-2) @Ursinus (3-0)

Site -- Patterson Field, Collegeville, Pa.

Time -- 1 p.m.

Radio -- 1470 AM

Last year's result -- McDaniel won, 28-20

Series record -- McDaniel leads 24-5-1

Outlook -- The Green Terror has to find a way to score against a Bears defense that has permitted only 15 points in three games. This is the Centennial Conference opener for both.

Dickinson (2-1) @Johns Hopkins (1-2)

Site -- Homewood Field

Time -- 1 p.m.

Last year's result -- Hopkins won, 35-14

Series record -- Hopkins leads 29-26-4

Outlook -- Something has to give with Blue Jay Phil Roberts averaging 123 yards a game on the ground, and the Red Devils' defense allowing only 49 a start.

Salisbury (1-3) @Apprentice (2-1)

Site -- Builder Field, Newport News, Va.

Time -- 1:30 p.m.

Radio -- 1320 AM

Last year's result -- Salisbury won, 77-13

Series record -- Salisbury leads 8-4

Outlook -- The Sea Gulls have struggled with a rash of injuries and last week switched quarterbacks to Ronnie Curley (Howard). .

N.C. Central (4-0) @Bowie State (2-2)

Site -- Bulldog Stadium, Bowie

Time -- 2 p.m.

Last year's result -- North Carolina Central won, 38-19, in the regular season and by 26-23 in the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association final

Series record -- North Carolina Central leads 14-4-1

Outlook -- Dion Trotter will probably start at quarterback for the Bulldogs in this rematch of the 2005 CIAA title game. N.C. Central is riding high into the third annual Prince George's Classic after beating Division I-AA Southern, 27-20.

Bethune-Cookman (3-1) @Morgan State (1-3)

Site -- Hughes Stadium

Time -- 6 p.m.

Radio -- 88.9 FM

Last year's result -- Bethune-Cookman won, 44-26

Series record -- Bethune-Cookman leads 15-5

Outlook -- The Wildcats should prove to be another rugged assignment for the Bears. Bethune-Cookman is right on the heels of Mideastern Athletic Conference pacesetter Hampton with a league-leading pass offense.

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