How To Watch James Madison, Elon Open CAA Spring Regular Season

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Elon and James Madison will kick off the unique spring 2021 season with a pair of non-conference games on Saturday. 

The Phoenix host Davidson at 1:30 p.m. EST, while the Dukes entertain Morehead State at noon. Both matchups will stream LIVE on FloFootball and the FloSports app.

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JMU returns four starters on offense and three on defense from last year's 14-2 squad that captured the CAA Football title and advanced to the FCS national championship game for the third time in the past four years. Elon welcomes back seven starters on offense and eight on defense from a squad that was 5-6 in 2019.

The CAA will play a six-game conference schedule this spring using a unique divisional format. The conference led the country with six teams ranked in the HERO Sports FCS Preseason Top 25 poll, and had five teams ranked in the Athlon Sports FCS Preseason Top 25, which was tied for the most. The HERO poll includes No. 4 James Madison, No. 5 Villanova, No. 12 UAlbany, No. 13 Delaware, No. 17 New Hampshire and No. 21 Elon. 

Six CAA football players were named to the Athlon Sports FCS Preseason All-America team: Villanova quarterback Daniel Smith, JMU offensive tackle Liam Fornadel, JMU defensive lineman Mike Greene, Villanova linebacker Forrest Rhyne, New Hampshire defensive back Evan Horn and Richmond kick returner Aaron Dykes. 

Five CAA players were on the HERO Sports preseason All-America squad: JMU's Fornadel, Villanova's Rhyne, Richmond defensive lineman Kobie Turner, UAlbany linebacker Levi Metheny and Delaware defensive back Kedrick Whitehead.

Delaware Set To Host Maine In CAA Opener


Although Maine’s Nick Charlton and Delaware’s Danny Rocco will be operating on different sidelines when their teams meet in the Colonial Athletic Association opener for each team Saturday, each head coach had the same philosophy with regard to preparation for Saturday’s contest.

Underdogs No More: UAlbany Enters 2021 With Its Fair Share Of Hype


Picked to finish in the cellar of the Colonial Athletic Association in 2019, UAlbany emerged as arguably the greatest surprise of the last FCS season. The Great Danes not only reached the Playoffs, but scored their first-ever Div. I postseason win. 

CAA Rewind: Big Second Half Sends JMU Into League Play Riding High

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Contrasts in the importance of finishing stronger than a team starts shaped the final weekend before Colonial Athletic Association competition kicks off in the 2021 spring season.  

Led By A Disruptive Defense, Dukes Set To Host Robert Morris

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Rarely does a defensive performance get overshadowed when it produces a shutout, but that seemed to be the case with the James Madison defense following Saturday’s 52-0 triumph over Morehead State.

Stony Brook's Sam Kamara Is Back & He's Ready To Wreak Havoc


Sam Kamara plays with a rarely matched ferocity on every snap, in total control of his place in the trenches. But the Stony Brook defensive lineman spent a portion of the past year in a situation beyond his control. 

JMU Running Game Flashes Depth & Dominance In Opener

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Numerous Colonial Athletic Association teams have featured multi-pronged rushing attacks through the years, but perhaps no CAA program has enjoyed the depth at running back that James Madison has this season.

CAA Rewind: Dukes Roll, Baughman Steps Up For Elon

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More than 13 months passed between the end of James Madison’s last season and kickoff of the current, but the Dukes look like they missed no time at all. 

Elon Looks To Continue Upward Trajectory On Strength Of Playmaking Defense


A year ago, Elon was among the few programs around college football nearing the end of its spring practice season. The Phoenix were coming off a strong finish to their first season under head coach Tony Trisciani, which concluded with an impressive win over nationally ranked Towson. 

Despite Oddity Of Spring, JMU's Title Aspirations Remain Unchanged

Inside The Rise Of Curt Cignetti

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James Madison’s first season under coach Curt Cignetti came just a few yards shy of the pinnacle. The Dukes’ 2019 campaign ended at the goal line with a chance to force overtime against North Dakota State in the FCS Championship Game.