The Biggest Weekend In FloFootball History

The biggest weekend in FloFootball history! For the first time ever, we are excited to bring you five college football games in one weekend.


Central State (1-2) at Kentucky State (0-3)

Date: September 22 | Time: 1 PM CT | Where: Frankfort, KY 

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Kentucky State welcomes to Central State to town for a conference showdown looking to pick up their first win of the season.


Charlotte (2-1) @ UMass (1-3)

Date: September 22 | Time: 2:30 PM CT | Where: Amherst, MA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

After three consecutive road trips and losses, UMass returns to the friendly confines of Warren P. McGuirk Alumni Stadium looking to get back to their winning ways. 


Miles College (0-3) vs. Morehouse (3-0)

Date: September 22 | Time: 2:30 PM CT | Where: Chicago, IL

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

This year's Chicago Football Classic at Soldier Field will feature two teams going in the opposite directions. Miles College looks to get in the win column as Morehouse looks to stay unbeaten. 


Idaho (1-1) vs. UC Davis (2-1)

Date: September 22 | Time: 6 PM CT | Where: Davis, CA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Fresh off their first win of the season, Idaho looks to keep the momentum rolling against Big Sky conference foe UC Davis. 


Fort Valley State (1-2) vs. Benedict College (1-1)

Date: September 23 | Time: 3:30 PM CT | Where: Columbia, SC

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Sunday Funday. Benedict College welcomes Fort Valley State to town for a rare Sunday afternoon conference showdown. 

Towson's Rob Ambrose Continues To Lead By Example Throughout Pandemic

Stare Into The 'Soul' Of Towson Football

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Social media too often is an outlet for negativity in sports – but also has the capacity for good. Towson head coach Rob Ambrose knows both sides of these communicative platforms. 

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Shane Simpson Looking Strong In Recovery

During the third game of the 2019 season against Maine, Towson standout running back Shane Simpson suffered a season-ending knee injury. 

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We Stand With You

The events of the last week have been tremendously painful to us all.

CAA Has 21 Players Recognized On HERO Sports Preseason FCS All-America Team

CAA Football had 21 players from nine different teams recognized on the 2020 HERO Sports Preseason FCS All-America team that was released on Thursday afternoon.

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5 CAA Teams Ranked In HERO Sports Preseason FCS Top 25 Poll

Five CAA Football teams were ranked in the HERO Sports FCS Preseason Top 25 poll that was released on Wednesday, which was tied for the most teams of any conference.

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The Iowa Way: NFL Pro Bowler Kreiter Talks Wrestling, Ferentz & Much More

Casey Kreiter might just be the perfect emblem for FloSports.

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Youth Sports Leaders Form PLAY Sports Coalition

PLAY Sports Coalition Press Release

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CAA Draft Roundup: Ron'Dell Carter, Aaron Parker Among UFAs To Sign

The football world may never again experience an NFL draft like the 2020 edition. 

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URI's Coulter, JMU's DiNucci Selected In The 2020 NFL Draft

A pair of CAA Football players were selected in the 2020 NFL Draft, marking the 15th consecutive year that the conference has had multiple players chosen.

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Four Former Wrestlers Set To Go In 2020 NFL Draft

It's no secret that football coaches love wrestlers and that skills learned on the wrestling mat translate well to the gridiron, especially in the trenches. 

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