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  1. Breaking Down CAA Early Signing Additions

    Breaking Down CAA Early Signing Additions

    Dec 27, 2021

    Meet the next generation of Colonial Athletic Association football players.
  2. It's James Madison & North Dakota State, One Last Time

    It's James Madison & North Dakota State, One Last Time

    Dec 16, 2021

    During its dynastic run atop the Football Championship Subdivision, North Dakota State has lost a playoff game in the Fargodome exactly once: in 2016 to James Madison.
  3. Strong Run Vs. Strong Defense In Villanova Quarterfinal Matchup

    Strong Run Vs. Strong Defense In Villanova Quarterfinal Matchup

    Dec 10, 2021

    Strong works as an apt adjective for South Dakota State’s run game, in more ways than one.
  4. Powerhouse Montana Has Significance For James Madison

    Powerhouse Montana Has Significance For James Madison

    Dec 8, 2021

    In its half-century existence, James Madison football has reached countless memorable milestones. None can ever surpass the culmination of the Dukes’ 2004 season when they won their first national championship, by virtue of it being the first.
  5. Villanova, Holy Cross Share Unlikely History

    Villanova, Holy Cross Share Unlikely History

    Dec 3, 2021

    FCS Playoffs opponents Holy Cross and Villanova have not played often; Friday at Villanova Stadium marks the 23rd meeting in 99 years since they first met.
  6. Turnover-Causing Machine Christian Benford Powers Nova Defense

    Turnover-Causing Machine Christian Benford Powers Nova Defense

    Dec 3, 2021

    Coming up as a young football player, Christian Benford was often around the ball either as a running back, quarterback or wide receiver.
  7. JMU-SELA Playoffs Dubbed "The Cole Bowl," and More

    JMU-SELA Playoffs Dubbed "The Cole Bowl," and More

    Dec 1, 2021

    Some of the more creative minds on social media tagged Southeastern Louisiana quarterback Cole Kelley with a nickname for the FCS Playoffs matchup between his Lions and No. 3 seed James Madison.
  8. CAA Notebook: Successful And History-Making Season In The Books

    CAA Notebook: Successful And History-Making Season In The Books

    Nov 24, 2021

    Nearly 730 days elapsed between installments of the Battle of the Brice-Cowell Musket, the longest hiatus in the Maine-New Hampshire rivalry since a gap from October 1942 to October 1944.
  9. Cole Johnson Closes Walter Payton Award Case

    Cole Johnson Closes Walter Payton Award Case

    Nov 23, 2021

    Curt Cignetti doesn’t know a whole lot about the Walter Payton Award.
  10. Delaware Tries To Upset Villanova In 55th Battle Of The Blue

    Delaware Tries To Upset Villanova In 55th Battle Of The Blue

    Nov 19, 2021

    For Villanova coach Mark Ferrante, a top-8 seed in the FCS Playoffs awaits—if the Wildcats can get past rival Delaware in the 55th installment of the Battle of the Blue.
  11. Rivalry Week Defines College Football

    Rivalry Week Defines College Football

    Nov 19, 2021

    The passion millions from every corner of the U.S. share for college football stems from the traditions that make up the sport.
  12. Red-Hot Richmond Can Spoil William & Mary Playoff Hopes In Capital Cup

    Red-Hot Richmond Can Spoil William & Mary Playoff Hopes In Capital Cup

    Nov 19, 2021

    The South’s Oldest Rivalry is also the most competitive in college football: 63-63-5 since its inception in 1897.
  13. CAA Notebook: Kickers Earn the Spotlight, Maine's Passing Attack

    CAA Notebook: Kickers Earn the Spotlight, Maine's Passing Attack

    Nov 17, 2021

    Prior to Elon’s 37-14 defeat of Towson, Skyler Davis gave a bold proclamation to Phoenix coach Tony Trisciani.
  14. In-State Rivals JMU, William & Mary Meet One More Time

    In-State Rivals JMU, William & Mary Meet One More Time

    Nov 10, 2021

    When William & Mary first hosted James Madison in 1978, JMU football was in just its seventh season of existence, and the school itself had only just been renamed from Madison College a year prior.
  15. CAA Notebook: Plenty Left To Play For

    CAA Notebook: Plenty Left To Play For

    Nov 9, 2021

    A midseason lull amid injuries and a difficult schedule ended Richmond’s hopes of a Colonial Athletic Association championship and berth in the FCS Playoffs. But after a 28-17 win over Towson—the Spiders’ second consecutive CAA win—coach Russ Huesman detailed how his team keeps motivated in pursuit of a strong finish.