UMaine football coach Jack Cosgrove called the injury to quarterback Dan Collins "pretty significant" during the Monday morning CAA weekly teleconference. Collins injured his shoulder early in the fourth quarter in Saturday night's loss at Stony Brook.

Cosgrove did not have any further details saying because of today being a holiday, Collins will see a doctor Tuesday morning.

Freshman Drew Belcher came on to finish the game and would likely take over the starting job when Albany comes to Orono Saturday afternoon.

Meanwhile, here's the new Sports Network FCS weekly poll. Maine has fallen out of the top 50...

Team (First-place votes)

2014 Record

Points

Previous Rank

1. North Dakota State Bison (156)

6-0

3996

1

2. Eastern Washington Eagles (4)

6-1

3817

2

3. New Hampshire Wildcats

5-1

3514

4

4. Coastal Carolina Chanticleers

7-0

3510

3

5. Villanova Wildcats

5-1

3369

6

6. Jacksonville State Gamecocks

5-1

3077

8

7. Montana Grizzlies

4-2

3047

7

8. Southeastern Louisiana Lions

5-2

2710

9

9. Montana State Bobcats

5-2

2424

11

10. Illinois State Redbirds

5-0

2224

15

11. McNeese State Cowboys

3-2

2141

5

12. Fordham Rams

6-1

2106

14

13. Eastern Kentucky Colonels

6-0

1861

17

14. Southern Illinois Salukis

5-2

1749

12

15. William & Mary Tribe

4-2

1673

10

16. Bethune-Cookman Wildcats

5-1

1600

18

17. Chattanooga Mocs

3-3

1492

13

18. South Dakota State Jackrabbits

4-2

1457

19

19. Richmond Spiders

4-2

1279

22

20. Northern Iowa Panthers

3-3

1174

21

21. Youngstown State Penguins

4-2

796

16

22. Indiana State Sycamores

4-2

788

20

23. Charleston Southern Buccaneers

5-1

541

24

24. Sam Houston State Bearkats

3-3

444

NR

25. Harvard Crimson

4-0

315

NR

Others receiving votes: Sacred Heart 163, Delaware 138, Tennessee State 87, Southeast Missouri State 81, Liberty 54, Albany 35, Samford 33, Bryant 29, Missouri State 25, Central Arkansas 25, Western Carolina 21, Dartmouth 21, Northern Arizona 18, Jacksonville 18, Alcorn State 17, Bucknell 15, Grambling State 15, Western Illinois 13, Furman 12, James Madison 10, Presbyterian 9, Yale 7, South Carolina State 6, North Carolina A&T 6, Texas Southern 5, Wofford 5, Stephen F. Austin 4, Towson 3, Northwestern State 3, Alabama State 2, Stony Brook 1, Duquesne 1, Colgate 1, Cal Poly 1.