7 College Football Games Live October 12, 2019

The heart of Colonial Athletic Association play has arrived. Five CAA games — including a top-five showdown between #2 James Madison and #5 Villanova — headline the seven games live on October 12, 2019.

#5 Villanova (5-0) vs #2 James Madison (5-1)

Date: Oct. 12 | Time: 1:30 PM ET  | Where: Harrisonburg, VA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The game of the year in the CAA and possibly the nation so far this season. Who will take control of the conference on Saturday in Bridgeforth Stadium?


UAlbany (3-3) vs #9 Towson (3-2)

Date: Oct. 12 | Time: 4 PM ET  | Where: Towson, MD

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Fresh off an idle week, Towson looks to snap a two-game losing steak as CAA foe UAlbany comes to town.


#15 Delaware (3-2) vs Elon (2-4)

Date: Oct. 12 | Time: 2 PM ET  | Where: Elon, NC

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Coming off a near-win at Pitt and an idle week, The Blue Hens are eager to get back on the field as they make the trip south for a showdown with an Elon squad looking to get back on track.


Richmond (2-3) vs #18 Maine (2-3)

Date: Oct. 12 | Time: Noon ET  | Where: Orono, ME

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The Black Bears return to action coming off an idle week as well with Richmond coming to town looking to win their second straight game.


New Hampshire (3-2) vs #22 Stony Brook (4-2)

Date: Oct. 12 | Time: Noon ET  | Where: Stony Brook, NY

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Is there a hotter team in the CAA? New Hampshire heads to Long Island looking for their fourth straight win against a Stony Brook squad that nearly upset #2 James Madison last week. 


Miles (4-1) vs Benedict (0-4)

Date: Oct. 12 | Time: 1 PM ET  | Where: Columbia, SC

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Miles goes for win No. 3 in a row against a Benedict squad desperate to get in the win column. 


Lane (2-3) vs Albany State (3-2)

Date: Oct. 12 | Time: 2 PM ET  | Where: Albany, GA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Lane looks to snap a two-game losing skid against SIAC rival Albany State who is riding a three-game win streak.

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