Live This Week: November 23, 2019

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The final weekend of FCS football has arrived and we have six CAA showdowns with playoff implications in all of them. Add on BYU traveling across the country to take on UMass and New Mexico State closing out their home slate and we've got your Saturday plans. 

BYU (6-4) vs UMass (1-10)

Date: Nov. 23 | Time: Noon ET  | Where: Amherst, MA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

BYU is on fire and the Cougars will be looking to win their fifth straight game when they travel to the East Coast to take on UMass in the Minutemen's final game of the year. 


UTEP (1-9) vs New Mexico State (1-10)

Date: Nov. 23 | Time: 4 PM ET  | Where: Las Cruces, NM

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Fresh off their first win of the season, New Mexico State looks to make it to in a row as a UTEP team that has lost their last nine games invades Las Cruces. 


#2 James Madison (10-1) vs Rhode Island (2-9)

Date: Nov. 23 | Time: Noon ET  | Where: Kingston, RI

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

A week after winning the CAA, the Dukes look to close out the regular season by winning their 11th consecutive game and locking up the second seed for the FCS playoffs. 


Delaware (5-6) vs #10 Villanova (8-3)

Date: Nov. 23 | Time: 1 PM ET  | Where: Villanova, PA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The 53rd edition of The Battle of The Blue will feature a Delaware squad looking to pull the upset and a Villanova team looking to possibly play their way into a top-eight playoff seed.


Elon (4-6) vs #19 Towson (7-4)

Date: Nov. 23 | Time: 2 PM ET  | Where: Towson, MD

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Despite all of the injuries Towson has suffered this season, the Tigers have found their grove and will look to end the season on a four-game win streak. 


UAlbany (7-4) vs Stony Brook (5-6)

Date: Nov. 23 | Time: 2 PM ET  | Where: Stony Brook, NY

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The Empire Clash, the Battle Of The Apple, a possible de facto playoff play-in for UAlbany. The Great Danes will look to knock off rival Stony Brook to make the FCS playoff for the second time in school history. 


Maine (6-5) vs New Hampshire (5-5)

Date: Nov. 23 | Time: 1 PM ET  | Where: Durham, NH

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

The Black Bears have won four in a row but will need to make it five if they want to go back to the FCS playoffs. 


William & Mary (4-7) vs Richmond (5-6)

Date: Nov. 23 | Time: Noon ET  | Where: Richmond, VA

Broadcast Info: WATCH LIVE HERE

Despite likely not being in playoff contention, Richmond looks to close out their season at .500 as in-state rival William & Mary looks to finish with at least five wins for the first time since 2016.

UMass Announces Cancelation Of 2020 Season, Eyes Spring

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The 2020 UMass football season has been canceled, according to a release by the university's department of athletics on Tuesday morning.

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FCS Cancels Playoff, Focus Shifts To A Spring Football Season

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The FCS playoffs won't happen this fall — but that doesn't mean they won't happen at all.

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Towson's Caleb Smith Has Defied The Odds Every Step Of The Way

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Towson wide receiver Caleb Smith was told to forget about football. Instead, the Tigers' star wide receiver chose to defy the odds.

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UMass Faces Unique Challenges, Advantages As 2020 Season Approaches

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On a typical autumn Saturday, college football can feel like the most important thing on Earth. The year 2020, however, has been anything but typical — not that anyone needs reminders. 

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Loaded Valdosta State Is Eager To Light Up Some More Scoreboards

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At Valdosta State, the pressing question on offense may be less if the Blazers will move the ball, but rather who’s doing so. 

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Delta State's Junior Faulk Is An Interception Machine

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One benefit to a college football team returning a veteran lineup, Delta State defensive coordinator Kelvin Green explains, is the opportunity to build “a player-led team.” 

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Gulf South Moves To Conference-Only Season, Delays Start

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The Gulf South Conference announced on Thursday that it will delay the start of fall sports to either the last week of September or the first week of October.

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CAA Football Votes To Suspend Conference Competition In 2020

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The CAA announced on Friday that the Conference's Board of Directors has voted to suspend conference competition originally scheduled for this fall due to continuing concerns associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Big Tens Opts For Conference-Only Football Schedule This Fall

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The Big Ten Conference announced on Thursday that it if the league is able to participate in fall sports, it will move to conference-only schedules in those sports.

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Towson's Rob Ambrose Continues To Lead By Example Throughout Pandemic

Stare Into The 'Soul' Of Towson Football

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Social media too often is an outlet for negativity in sports – but also has the capacity for good. Towson head coach Rob Ambrose knows both sides of these communicative platforms. 

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