7 College Football Games Live November 15-16

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With just two weeks left in the regular season, arguably seven CAA schools are in the FCS playoff hunt. All seven will be in action Saturday on Flo along with New Mexico State looking to get their first win of the season against returning FCS playoff team Incarnate Word. 

Long Island (0-8) vs #13 Villanova (7-3)

Date: Nov. 15 | Time: 7 PM ET  | Where: Villanova, PA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

After snapping a three-game losing skid, the Wildcats look to keep new FCS member Long Island winless. 


Incarnate Word (5-5) vs New Mexico State (0-9)

Date: Nov. 16 | Time: 4 PM ET  | Where: Las Cruces, NM

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Is this the weekend that the Aggies get their first win?


Richmond (5-5) vs #2 James Madison (9-1)

Date: Nov. 16 | Time: 3:30 PM ET  | Where: Harrisonburg, VA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The Dukes go for their 10th straight win against in-state rival Richmond who is playing their best football right now.


Rhode Island (2-8) vs Maine (5-5)

Date: Nov. 16 | Time: Noon ET  | Where: Orono, ME

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Maine looks to win their fourth straight game to keep their playoff hopes alive. 


Stony Brook (5-5) vs Delaware (4-6)

Date: Nov. 16 | Time: 1 PM ET  | Where: Newark, DE

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Who will get back in the win column? The Seawolves hope to keep their playoff dreams alive by winning out. 


New Hampshire (5-4) vs UAlbany (6-4)

Date: Nov. 16 | Time: 1 PM ET  | Where: Albany, NY

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Two likely playoff teams as of today, clash in a crucial late-season CAA showdown. 


#20 Towson (6-4) vs William & Mary (4-6)

Date: Nov. 16 | Time: 1 PM ET  | Where: Williamsburg, VA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Who will get their third win in a row? The Tigers and Tribe meet in a matchup of teams who have won two straight games. 

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An audience of more than 100,000 rooting for you to fail isn’t the most welcoming way in which to start a new job. For Zac Thomas, these conditions set a fitting tone. 

After Pit Stop At Charlotte, Tre Harbison Is Ready For A Shot At The League

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Perhaps you have known someone, or are that someone, who wishes they took greater advantage of the learning opportunities college offers. Charlotte 49ers running back James “Tre” Harbison III, on the other hand, soaked up learning opportunities.  

How to Watch: 2021 Tropical Bowl

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Here's how to watch the 2021 Tropical Bowl on FloFootball.

Ottawa's Dylan St. Pierre Ready For 2021 Tropical Bowl Opportunity

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On June 8, 2020, U SPORTS announced the cancellation of its fall sports season in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

10 Players To Watch At The 2021 Tropical Bowl

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In what has been a historic football season, the next step for dozens of players is taken at the 2021 Tropical Bowl. 

2021 SPIRAL Tropical Bowl Rosters Released

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Players from all over the country will head to Florida this weekend (Sunday, Jan. 17) to compete in this year's 2021 SPIRAL Tropical Bowl. 

Ryan Day Looks To Become First CAA Alumnus To Win FBS Title As Head Coach

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Ryan Day’s last game as a college quarterback had playoff implications — just not for Day. 

CAA Signing Day Rundown: JMU & Elon Bring In Biggest Classes

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COVID-19’s impact on the college football landscape reached far beyond the postponement of the 2020 FCS season until the spring. The early-period National Signing Day underscores the point. 

Nasir Adderley's Big Year Continues In Los Angeles

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Former Delaware safety Nasir Adderley recorded a team-high eight tackles for the Los Angeles Chargers last Sunday, highlighting the group of CAA Football players competing during Week 10 of the NFL season.

'Authentic' Liam Dobson Enjoyed Viral Moment, Primed For Big '21

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It’s easy to understand why Liam Dobson became a social-media sensation this year.