What's at stake: Two of the top three teams in the Colonial Athletic Association will clash, and the result could have significant implications for both programs and the conference. Despite last Saturday's 48-32 victory over Richmond, No. 7 Towson remains one game behind No. 10 Maine (7-1, 4-0) in the loss column for the league championship. The Tigers return home for the first time since Oct. 12, which was the last and only time this season that they lost, going down 45-35 to No. 20 Villanova. Towson defeated Delaware last season, 34-27, in overtime, but the Blue Hens had won the previous five meetings. No. 21 Delaware has developed a pattern of winning two games and then losing one this season. The Blue Hens have won their past two games, but both of their losses were away from Delaware Stadium. Delaware's 35-13 rout of Rhode Island last Saturday was the team's first road victory since Sept. 22, 2012.