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2010 CAA Football Weekly Roundup — 9.16

Sep 16, 2010, 11:26 AM EST

Week Three is upon us!  Fresh off one of the biggest win in FCS history by James Madison over Virginia Tech, the league moves forward with its 10th win over an BCS/FBS foe in five years.

Let’s move on and get to this week’s information.  Be sure to checkout The CAA Football Pressbox. We will post each squad’s gamenotes and flipcards for a handful of the league’s games this weekend.  Check back to CAASports.com on gameday for the Gameday Central page.  That page will include links to all gameday coverage for each game including live audio, live video, livestats and more.  Don’t forget about CAA Football on Digg!  Click the Digg button on the right-hand side of the blog or click here to be taken to our Digg page which houses all sorts of links to news stories from around the league.  Follow us on Digg and have those same news stories delivered straight to you.

Delaware’s got a Gameday page posted for its contest against Duquesne this weekend.  Click here to find the information you are looking for before heading to Delaware Stadium.

James Madison’s defensive staff earned the “Game Changing Coaches” honor from FootballScoop.com this week after the Dukes’ win at Virginia Tech.  Take a look below at head coach Mickey Matthews’ fan and press conference from earlier this week.

Maine head coach Jack Cosgrove’s radio show is this evening and fans are encouraged to email questions for the radio show…email yours here at CoachCosRadio@gmail.com.  We also just confirmed the Black Bear game at Syracuse Saturday will be televised on Time Warner Cable Sportsnet in upstate New York and on SNY in the New York and Connecticut areas where available.

Massachusetts put together a preview of its contest this weekend at The Big House against Michigan and standout quarterback Denard Robinson…watch that below.

New Hampshire caught up with head coach Sean McDonnell to preview the Wildcats’ conference opener this weekend at Rhode Island.  Take a look at the video below.

Rhode Island put together a preview of its own on the New Hampshire game with head coach Joe Trainer.  Watch that below.

Richmond is hyping its home-opener against No. 7 Elon at the new Robins Stadium.  Watch the SpiderTV promo below…a little take on the “Field of Dreams” movie!  The Spiders also posted press conference footage from this week, included in this week’s presser was comments from Richmond Athletics Director Jim Miller on the new stadium.

Towson posted highlights of it marathon win against Coastal Carolina last weekend.  Take a look at those below.  The Tigers also have their Gameday page posted and ready with info on this weekend’s conference opener at Villanova.

Villanova head coach Andy Talley took last year’s National Championship team to The White House earlier this week to celebrate its win over Montana with President Obama.  Click here for a recap and photo gallery of the event and be sure to logon to our Digg page for recaps of the event from the Philadelphia Daily News and Philly Inquirer.

William and Mary head coach Jimmye Laycock previewed his squad’s weekend matchup with Old Dominion at W&M media luncheon.  The Tribe also put together a complete highlight package of its win over VMI last weekend.  Watch both of those videos below.  Be sure to also checkout William and Mary’s YouTube channel for loads of individual highlight videos of the Tribe players from previous games.

Be sure to comeback to the blog Saturday prior to kickoff for some gameday feature stories!

2010 CAA Football…You Better Be Ready!!!