Stony Brook at VMI, 1:30 p.m. It hasn’t been a pretty season for VMI, which lost five of its first six games. VMI (1-5) did get into the win column last week, though, with a home victory over Charleston Southern. This is a game Stony Brook should win. VMI’s offense has been all but nonexistent this season. The Keydets are averaging just 3.5 yards per carry on the season and have five passing touchdowns to seven interceptions. Stony Brook’s offense, on the other hand, has been efficient, if not dominant. The Seawolves (3-3) had a three-pronged rushing attack in a 55-6 win over St. Anselm two weeks ago that rolled up 414 yards. JeVahn Cruz ran for 169 yards, Brock Jackolski had 99 and Miguel Maysonet chipped in 84 yards. Even Davon Lawrence got in on the act with 62 yards on 10 carries. Expect more of the same on Saturday. Stony Brook 39, VMI 17.