If you want to know what sustained success looks like then turn your attention to Terry Curtis.
2019 CAA Preview: Villanova Wildcats
Aug 23, 2019Eugene Rapay
Last season, the Villanova Wildcats were riding high after upsetting and defeating Philadelphia-area rival Temple. It was the first time in almost a decade that the 'Cats were able to pull off the FCS-over-FBS victory, finally doing so after coming close in previous installments of the rivalry game.
Nearly 20 three-star and above prospects will be on display this weekend at the Freedom Bowl, and while the majority of them are committed, there remains plenty of talent still looking for the school they will play for at the next level.
Toughest CAA Non-Conference Schedules
Aug 21, 2019Kyle Bratke
In case you somehow missed the news, FloFootball will be the home of 70 Colonial Athletic Association games this season and we couldn't be more excited.
Stony Brook Enters 2019 With Playmakers & Postseason Aspirations
Aug 21, 2019Kyle Kensing
It took some time, but Stony Brook football transitioned nicely into Colonial Athletic Association membership. After four straight, 5-win seasons, the Seawolves broke out with a 10-3 campaign in 2017.
2019 CAA Preview: New Hampshire Wildcats
Aug 21, 2019Roger Brown
Strange as it may sound, there’s no place University of New Hampshire safety Pop Lacey would rather have Thanksgiving dinner this year than the UNH dining hall. Lacey’s preference has less to do with the quality of the food served on campus than it does with the length of his team’s season.
Catching Up With Stony Brook's Sam Kamara
Aug 20, 2019Emory Hunt
As the 2019 college football season approaches, the Stony Brook Seawolves look to continue to build on the success they had in 2018. One way to ensure that happens, is by leaning on what looks to be a strong defense at all three levels.
Ricky Santos Is Back Home In New Hampshire's Quarterback Room
Aug 20, 2019Roger Brown
Only the most ardent University of New Hampshire football fans gave the Wildcats a chance to be competitive in their 2004 game at Rutgers. Even that group became less optimistic when it was announced that UNH starting quarterback Mike Granieri would miss the Rutgers game with a knee injury suffered a week earlier against Delaware.