Aug 25, 2010, 9:04 AM EDT
Later today is your chance to win a Richmond Spider mini-helmet. Check back here or at CAASports.com around 10 a.m. for the trivia question and a Richmond preview. Answers to the trivia questions can be submitted via the comment link below (if you use that route keep checking back to see if you won and directions on how to receive your prize) or by following us on Twitter and sending us an @reply with your answer.
Congrats once again to Brent Jackson for continuing his winnings…Jackson correctly answered Tuesday’s question of when did Maine head coach Jack Cosgrove begin his coaching tenure at Maine — 1987 as the Black Bears’ quarterback/receivers coach. jdunham95 also answered the question correctly, just a little later than Jackson, but still wins. We need jdunham95 to check the comments link at the end of the Maine 10T/10D post for directions on how to receive the runner-up prize of a CAA Football laptop sleeve and a 2010 CAA Football Yearbook.
We believe Jackson, Mike Riordan and Monica Melville all received their winnings from last week. Let us know on Twitter or by posting a comment below what you think of the mini-helmets as well as the other prizes.
Take a look at our Digg Profile and our Digg widget to the right side of the blog. We just posted a handful of news stories from today, including a great preview of Villanova from USAToday.com. If we missed a story you read let us know by clicking the comment link below and send us the link to the story.
A week from tomorrow four of the league’s squads will kickoff the 2010 season! It is almost here!
James Madison posted a video interview with head coach Mickey Matthews following Tuesday’s practice…watch that below. The Dukes also posted their 2010 Media Guide online…Click here to view the electronic publication.
Maine posted a couple video chats after Tuesday’s workouts. The Black Bears also announced details about Military Appreciation Day in conjunction with their season-opener, Sept. 2, against Albany. Click here for the information.
UMass produced a player profile on senior linebacker Mike Mele…watch that feature below. The Minutemen also unveiled its “Colonial Clash” website with all sorts of information about the conference contest at Gillette Stadium against New Hampshire. Click here to visit the site.
New Hampshire postponed its upcoming scrimmage a day later than originally scheduled. The scrimmage will now be held at 12:30 p.m. at Cowell Stadium tomorrow, Aug. 26, instead of this afternoon. Click here for more details on unhathletics.com.
Richmond announced that junior transfer Aaron Corp would be the starting quarterback when it visits Virginia, Sept. 4, to open the 2010 season. Click here for a detailed release on richmondspiders.com.
Towson’s football squad announced that it will be attending the Towson “Feet on the Street” block party this Friday. Click here for more details on where Towson community members can meet and talk to the Tigers before they begin preparation to face Indiana.
William and Mary announced the schedule for head coach Jimmye Laycock’s weekly radio show will begin Sept. 2 at 12:30 p.m., from Buffalo Wild Wings on Courthouse Road in Williamsburg. Click here for details on radio show.
Richmond Spiders…10T/10D is coming later today!!!
2010 CAA Football…You Better Be Ready!!!
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- CAA Football Media Teleconference - Sept. 18
- CAA Football Weekly Awards - Sept. 18
- CAA Football Rewind - Sept. 16
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