Saturday, 06 October 2018 00:43

Ferguson still day-to-day as Maine prepares for Villanova

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ORONO - Maine football makes its return to Orono for the first time since August's opener against the University of New Hampshire. 

Coming off a pair of losses to Central Michigan and Yale, its looking to bounce back against a team they haven't beaten since 2013, Villanova.


Quarterback Chris Ferguson is still being considered day-to-day after he separated his shoulder against Central Michigan.


Isaiah Robinson started last week against Yale and took a similar amount of snaps this week in practice.


Villanova comes in without a win in CAA play this season. But this is a team that has had Maine's number over the past five years.


"The last couple years we've played well. Gave up too many plays especially defensively. Certainly we've struggled offensively they have a different style offense that's hard to attack," head coach Joe Harasymiak said.


"They're a team that's at the top of our league year in and year out and that's where we're trying to be. So you have to beat those teams and we have a good opportunity to do that Saturday," he added. 


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