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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. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. CAA Notebook: William & Mary Controls Its Championship Destiny

    CAA Notebook: William & Mary Controls Its Championship Destiny

    Nov 3, 2021

    Welcome William & Mary to the Colonial Athletic Association championship chase.
  10. CAA Notebook: Two Games With Playoff Implications

    CAA Notebook: Two Games With Playoff Implications

    Oct 26, 2021

    The preseason Colonial Athletic Association tabbed William & Mary and Elon 11th and 12th, the bottom two spots in the conference.
  11. CAA Notebook: Chaos Overtakes The Season

    CAA Notebook: Chaos Overtakes The Season

    Oct 19, 2021

    The C in CAA may as well stand for chaos.
  12. CAA Notebook: Front Five Is Villanova's Main Line

    CAA Notebook: Front Five Is Villanova's Main Line

    Oct 12, 2021

    Mark Ferrante knew the stakes of the call when he decided to go for it on fourth-and-one from his team’s own 29-yard line. But the Villanova coach’s players gave him no choice.
  13. CAA Notebook: Tough Matchups Show Teams' Mettle

    CAA Notebook: Tough Matchups Show Teams' Mettle

    Sep 28, 2021

    Shadows over the Dignity Health Sports Park turf lengthened as the sun made its descent toward the Pacific horizon, commensurate with a good San Diego State team overshadowing the upset hopes of visiting Towson.
  14. FBS Matchups Offer Huge Positive To FCS

    FBS Matchups Offer Huge Positive To FCS

    Sep 23, 2021

    Taking the football field in front of 110,000 spectators may sound imposing. For Dan Smith, the prospect is more exhilarating.
  15. Momentum And The Anatomy Of A Comeback

    Momentum And The Anatomy Of A Comeback

    Sep 22, 2021

    Say the word “momentum” to a stat-head, and you’ll probably be greeted with sighs and eye-rolls. There’s no quantifiable way to measure its existence in football, but plenty of those who have experienced it recognize it.