CAA Week 2 Social Media Round-Up

Week two is in the books, and once again the Colonial Athletic Association provided plenty of highlights around the league. 

Win 700 For Delaware  

The first CAA game of the year more than delivered as Delaware edged Rhode Island in a triple-overtime thriller to give the Blue Hens their 700th win in program history.

It was all Rhode Island in the first half, but quarterback Pat Kehoe found his groove in the second half on his way to a career night. 

Kehoe even got a two-point conversion on this beautifully excited Philly special.

The Blue Hens made sure to take time and enjoy the W Saturday night as well. 


New Field, New Unis, Who Dis?

While it was a heartbreaking loss for Rhode Island, Meade Stadium and its new turf looked beautiful under the brand new lights.

The Rams also looked incredible in the brand new all Keaney unis. 


Stars Shine For Towson

The expectations were higher entering the 2019 season than ever before at Towson. Preseason offensive player of the year Tom Flacco and two-time All-American Shane Simpson are living up to the hype.

How good have they been? Standout wide receiver Shane Leatherbury will one day tell his kid about playing with the duo. 


Defense → Offense

For the second straight game, the Villanova defense recorded a pick-six. This time it was Elijah Trent turning defense into offense for the Wildcats. 


Mr. Steal Your Ankles

Jaylan Thomas had an incredible day on the ground racking up 135 yards and two scores, but none were more impressive than this one. 


Sing It Loud & Proud

The Dukes put on a show Saturday night in their home opener and continued that show into the locker room when Ron'Dell Carter led the singing of the fight song. How good was the performance? You can even see Coach Cignetti crack a smile at the 11-second mark. 

James Madison also continues to produce incredible post-game highlight videos. 


Did He Catch That?

While Maine fell Saturday evening at FBS Georgia Southern, the Black Bears still managed to record some highlight-reel plays. Enjoy Jaquan Blair's insane two-point conversion catch from four different angles. 

Earnest Edwards is not only one of the best wide receivers in the CAA, but he can throw the ball as well. This was Edwards' second career touchdown pass. Also, how bout that toe drag swag from Devin Young?


Home Visit

Before heading out of town for their season opener, New Hampshire stopped by to see the head coach Sean McDonnell. McDonnell is currently taking an indefinite leave of absence from the program for health-related reasons. Get well soon, coach McDonnell. 

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. 

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.

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.

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

Casey Kreiter might just be the perfect emblem for FloSports.

Youth Sports Leaders Form PLAY Sports Coalition

PLAY Sports Coalition Press Release

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. 

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.

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. 

COVID-19 Might End The Age Of Skyrocketing NCAA Expense Sheets

Ten billion, three hundred fifty-seven million, one hundred forty-nine thousand, fifty-one dollars.