USF-UMass Headlines Four College Football Live Saturday

Another week, another four college football games live on Saturday. You know the drill by now. Clear those schedules, get a snack, and keep it locked on FloFootball. 

South Florida (4-0) @ UMass (2-4)

Date: October 6 | Time: 2:30 PM CT | Where: Amherst, MA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Fresh off a bye week South Florida hits the road for their final non-conference game of the year against a UMass squad trying to bounce back from a loss to Ohio. 

Clark Atlanta (1-4) @ Fort Valley State (1-4)

Date: October 6 | Time: 5 PM CT | Where: Fort Valley, GA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Coming off their first win of the season, Clark Atlanta takes their show on the road for a SIAC showdown with Fort Valley State who will be trying to break a two-game losing streak.

Central State (2-3) @ Miles College (0-5)

Date: October 6 | Time: 4 PM CT | Where: Fairfield, AL

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Miles College looks to get their first win of the season against a Central State squad coming off a loss Virginia University At Lynchburg. 

#7 Weber State (3-1) @ Northern Arizona (2-3)

Date: October 6 | Time: 4:30 PM CT | Where: Ogden, UT

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Top ten ranked Weber State goes for their fourth straight win as Big Sky rival Northern Arizona looks to rebound from a shootout loss to Idaho State. 

All Colonial, All The Time: FloSports To Launch CAA 24/7

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All-American Jabril Cox Opts To Leave North Dakota State For LSU

In the days leading up to North Dakota State's national championship game victory over James Madison, much of the conversation revolved around whether or not Trey Lance would eventually test the transfer market.

FCS Stars On Uneven Footing With NFL Draft Quickly Approaching

Despite the havoc the novel coronavirus, or COVID-19, has wreaked on spring football, the NFL Draft will go on as planned next month. 

'Fear Kills Intellect': COVID-19 Has Tremendous Impact On College Football

Campuses across the country closed in recent days, adhering to recommendations the Center for Disease Control (CDC) set forth in combatting the spread of novel coronavirus or COVID-19.

Elon Looks To Build On Resurgent Finale This Spring

Elon football book-ended its 2019 season with games against high-quality opponents, decided by three and two points. 

Trio Of Rhode Island Players To Represent CAA Football At NFL Combine

Rhode Island wide receivers Isaiah Coulter and Aaron Parker and Rams’ offensive lineman Kyle Murphy will represent CAA Football at the 2020 NFL Scouting Combine, which takes place Feb. 27 – March 1 in Indianapolis, Ind.

Spring Comes Early At William & Mary As Tribe Returns To The Gridiron

Mike London Is Back With The Tribe

Barely moments after the last piece of confetti fell in Frisco, signaling the end of the 2019 college football season, William & Mary opened its spring practice season in Williamsburg, kicking off the 2020 campaign. 

Elon's Matt Foster Selected As CAA Football Scholar-Athlete Of The Year

RICHMOND, Va. (February 11, 2020) – Elon senior tight end Matt Foster was selected as the 2019 CAA Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year by a vote of the conference’s athletics directors.

CAA Signing Day In Review: 'Nova, JMU Cap Impressive Hauls

The implementation of an early signing period in December has altered the dynamics of National Signing Day in February somewhat. Still, the first Wednesday of the month marks an important milestone in the development of any college football program. 

D'Eriq King To Arkansas? A Knee-Jerk Observation

A beautiful thing happened as LSU’s coronation tour neared its grand conclusion on Monday night: Breaking news, as D’Eriq King Tweeted, “Just kidding, I’m definitely leaving Houston — probably always was.”