Sep 19, 2010, 12:02 PM EDT
Week Three is in the books and now it is time for the CAA Football Leftovers from Saturday’s action. Checkout the league’s video recap from all of our television games Saturday.
We posted updated stats on CAASports.com earlier this morning…click here to take a look at those. Feel free to also venture over to the CAA Football Gameday Central page from Saturday to read up on the game recaps and take a look at the final stats from each contest.
Last, but not least, click here to be taken to The CAA Football Pressbox to find all sorts of links from CAA Football. All of yesterday’s home game flipcards are available in addition to weekly game notes from the league and all nine schools in action. Audio links are available from the weekly CAA Football Radio Show as well as each of the last three weekly coaches/media teleconferences.
Massachusetts hung tough with Michigan at the Big House Saturday. Take a look at the Minutemen highlights below.
Rhode Island upset No. 8 New Hampshire in both squads’ conference opener Saturday. Watch the two postgame videos below from Rhode Island.
Richmond opened its new on-campus stadium in fashion with a 27-21 overtime win over No. 7 Elon. Take a look at the highlights below.
Towson fell at Villanova as both teams opened conference seasons…watch the postgame press conference for both teams below.
William and Mary went on the road to face Old Dominion in a preview of CAA Football play next season. You can watch the Tribe highlights below as well as postgame comments from William and Mary.
Come back to the blog Monday morning around 10 a.m. to find out the league’s Players of the Week.
2010 CAA Football…You Better Be Ready!!!
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