Dangerfield suspended for final regular season game
Senior safety Jordan Dangerfield has been suspended for Towson’s final game of the regular season the Colonial Athletic Association announced Thursday. Dangerfield received two unsportsmanlike penalties during the Tigers’ 41-10 win over Rhode Island Saturday, Nov. 10.
“CAA Commissioner Tom Yeager and CAA Football Coordinator of Officials Jim Maconaghy reviewed the video of the two plays, along with the National Coordinator of Football Officials and his advisory panel. The NCAA panel concluded that Dangerfield’s actions in the Rhode Island game warranted a one-game suspension and the CAA agreed,” the release stated.
Towson will conclude the regular season against New Hampshire Saturday, Nov. 17. Kickoff is set for noon in Durham, N.H. and the game can be viewed in the Baltimore area on Comcast Sports.
Currently, Towson is in a 4-way tie for second in the CAA along with James Madison, Richmond and Villanova. Old Dominion and New Hampshire are tied with the best record in the CAA. Old Dominion cannot win the conference because it has already decided to join Conference USA next season. To win the CAA, Towson will need to defeat New Hampshire, Old Dominion needs to beat James Madison, William & Mary needs to beat Richmond and Delaware needs to defeat Villanova.
However, if Villanova defeated Delaware, Towson would still win the conference because the Tigers defeated the Wildcats on Oct. 27 49-35.
The Towerlight will update this story as more information becomes available.