Live This Week: September 14, 2019

Another weekend, another loaded slate of action on Flo including two top-20 FCS showdowns, an undefeated San Diego State, and one of the nation's best high school football showcases. 

Battle On The Border

Date: Sept. 13-14 | Time: 6:30 PM ET on 9/13 & Noon ET on 9/14 | Where: Shreveport, LA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The ninth annual Battle On The Border once again features some of the best high school teams from four different states.

Friday, September 13

5:30 PM - West Monroe (LA) vs. C.E. Byrd (LA)

8 PM - North Little Rock (AR) vs. Catholic High School (LA)

Saturday, September 14

11 AM - Deerfield Beach (FL) vs. Zachary (LA)

3 PM - Westlake (GA) vs. #16 John Curtis (LA)

7 PM - Captain Shreve (LA) vs. Woodlawn (LA) 


#1 North Dakota State (2-0) vs. #18 Delaware (2-0)

Date: Sept. 14 | Time: 1 PM ET  | Where: Newark, DE

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Does it get better than this? Two-time defending FCS national champions and current #1 North Dakota State heads to Newark riding a 23-game win streak. Delaware returns home fresh off a come-from-behind win at Rhode Island. Can the Blue Hens take the down the champs?


#8 Towson (2-0) vs #9 Maine (1-1)

Date: Sept. 14 | Time: 7 PM ET  | Where: Orono, ME

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

A top-10 showdown, a crucial game in the CAA standings, and the Towson high-flying offense against Maine's Black Hole defense. This game is must-see TV.


San Diego State (2-0) vs New Mexico State (0-2)

Date: Sept. 14 | Time: 8 PM ET  | Where: Las Cruces, NM

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The debut of New Mexico State home games on FloFootball. Coming off road games at Washington State and Alabama, the schedule doesn't get any easier for the Aggies. San Diego State comes to Las Cruces undefeated and fresh off a win at UCLA.


Morgan State (0-1) vs #2 James Madison (1-1)

Date: Sept. 14 | Time: 4 PM ET  | Where: Harrisonburg, VA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The Dukes lit up the scoreboard last weekend in their home opener and will look to do it again Saturday afternoon when Morgan State comes to town for a non-conference showdown. 


#25 Elon (1-1) vs Richmond (1-1)

Date: Sept. 14 | Time: 6 PM ET  | Where: Richmond, VA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Outside of the mega showdown between Towson and Maine, this is the only CAA matchup of the weekend and should be just as good as the one going down in Orono. Elon is back in the rankings after a nice showing against The Citadel, and Richmond is looking to show they are a playoff contender this season.


Wagner (0-2) vs Stony Brook (1-1)

Date: Sept. 14 | Time: 6 PM ET  | Where: Stony Brook, NY

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The Seawolves return to Long Island looking to keep in-state rival Wagner winless on the year. 


Colgate (0-2) vs William & Mary (1-1)

Date: Sept. 14 | Time: 6 PM ET  | Where: Williamsburg, VA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Three of Colgate's first four games are against CAA schools. The Raiders opened the season with a Week 0 loss to Villanova and now must travel to Williamsburg for a showdown with Mike London's squad before hosting defending CAA champion Maine next weekend. 


Tuskegee (0-1) vs Kentucky State (1-0)

Date: Sept. 14 | Time: 4 PM ET  | Where: Frankfort, KY

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Kentucky State returns home after snapping a 12-game losing streak and picking up a big non-conference win against Robert Morris, while Tuskegee looks to get in the win column after a non-conference loss of their own. 


Johnson C. Smith (0-1) vs Benedict College (0-1)

Date: Sept. 14 | Time: 6 PM ET  | Where: Columbia, SC

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The Golden Bulls and Tigers each look to rebound from Week 1 non-conference losses. 

Big Ten Football Streaming In Mexico September 21

Another weekend, another great weekend of matchups. Three non-conference matchups will go down along with an important Big Ten West battle. 

FOX College Football Streaming Live Sept. 20-21

After a weekend with no ranked vs ranked matchups, this weekend has plenty to offer beginning with a Friday night showdown in the Coliseum and ending with a Big Ten battle in Camp Randall. 

Delaware Looks To Bounce Back Against Penn

HIGHLIGHTS: NDSU at Delaware

Delaware coach Danny Rocco said he liked what he saw when quarterback Nolan Henderson played in the second half of last weekend’s 47-22 loss to top-ranked North Dakota State. Rocco will get a longer look at Henderson when No. 20 Delaware faces Penn on Saturday at Delaware Stadium.

New Hampshire, URI Are Both Hunting Their First Victory Of 2019

HIGHLIGHTS: Delaware at Rhode Island

New Hampshire makes its first appearance on FloFootball this season with a trip to Rhode Island on Saturday night.

No. 5 Towson Hosts No. 18 Villanova In CAA's Game Of The Week

From traveling to No. 7 one week, to hosting No. 18 the next: fifth-ranked Towson’s first two league games provide an appropriate snapshot of autumns in the Colonial Athletic Association.

An Attacking Towson Defense Has Tigers Eyeing The Ultimate Prize

Stare Into The 'Soul' Of Towson Football

Past results don’t have to dictate future outcomes – just look at the Towson defense. 

Surging Coastal Carolina Is Next Up For UMass At McGuirk

UMass returns home to McGuirk Alumni Stadium on Saturday, seeking its first win of 2019 and hosting a red-hot opponent in Coastal Carolina.

Clark Atlanta, Central State Look For First Win

After a tough loss a week ago to Allen University, Clark Atlanta gears up for their first SIAC game of the season against a Central State squad who is also coming off a tough loss of their own to Southwest Baptist University. 

CAA News & Notes: CAA Pacing The FCS In More Ways Than One

Another week, another big spot for fifth-ranked Towson. Seven days after dismantling Maine in Orono in a matchup of teams ranked in the FCS Top 10, the Tigers will host surging No. 18 Villanova on Saturday. That's just one of the storylines to watch in Week 4.

Live This Week: September 21, 2019

Another week, another loaded slate of college football is live on FloFootball. From big-time FBS games in Canada and Mexico, CAA battles, and SIAC showdowns, we've got a little bit over everything for you this weekend.