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10 takeaways from FCS Week 8

(STATS) - The calm before the storm (next Saturday's big schedule) was anything but that in Week 8 of the FCS season.

Eighth-ranked Furman, picked off. No. 9 Nicholls, shut out. The two ranked Ohio Valley Conference teams, Jacksonville State and Austin Peay, go down. Add in the usual topsy-turvy conference races and the FCS lived up to, well, everything we expect out of the FCS.

Here are 10 takeaways from Week 8 of the FCS season:

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Leaders
Passing Yards: K. Curtis1171
Passing TDs: K. Curtis6
Rushing Yards: D. Adeboboye442
Rushing TDs: D. Adeboboye3
Receiving Yards: V. Nisivoccia386
Receiving TDs: H. Hill3
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2019
Date Opponent Result / Time
8/29 at Stony Brook L 10 - 35
9/7 at Albany L 3 - 45
9/14 vs. Fordham L 14 - 29
9/21 vs. Brown L 30 - 35
9/28 vs. Saint Francis U L 6 - 16
10/5 at Merrimack W 24 - 17
10/12 vs. LIU W 27 - 22
10/19 at Central Connecticut State L 14 - 52
10/26 at Robert Morris 9:00 PT10:00 MT11:00 CT12:00 ET4:00 GMT12:00 北京时间9:00 MST10:00 CST11:00 EST
11/2 vs. Sacred Heart 10:00 PT11:00 MT12:00 CT1:00 ET5:00 GMT1:00 北京时间10:00 MST11:00 CST12:00 EST
11/16 vs. Duquesne 10:00 PT11:00 MT12:00 CT1:00 ET6:00 GMT2:00 北京时间11:00 MST12:00 CST1:00 EST
11/23 at Wagner 9:00 PT10:00 MT11:00 CT12:00 ET5:00 GMT1:00 北京时间10:00 MST11:00 CST12:00 EST
Northeast
  Conference Overall
23 Central Connecticut State 2-0 6-1
Duquesne 2-0 4-2
Robert Morris 2-0 3-4
St. Francis (PA) 3-1 4-3
Wagner 1-1 1-6
Sacred Heart 1-2 3-4
Bryant 1-2 2-6
LIU-C.W. Post 0-5 0-6
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 2301 (91)
Passing Yards: 1524 (57)
Rushing Yards: 777 (100)
Points per game: 16.0 (118)
Yards per game: 287.6 (116)
Touchdowns: 15 (102)
Field Goals: 6 (67)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3289 (107)
Passing Yards: 1453 (51)
Rushing Yards: 1836 (118)
Points per game: 31.4 (85)
Yards per game: 411.1 (78)
Touchdowns: 29 (95)
Field Goals: 10 (116)
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