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2010 CAA Football Weekly Roundup – 10.8

Oct 8, 2010, 9:13 AM EDT

Have you ranked the top tackling linebackers in the league yet?  The poll will close Saturday prior to kickoff so get your vote in now and keep coming back!  See the results so far below.

Each week we will have a poll which will open Tuesday or Wednesday and stay up until kickoff.  On Sunday we will post a Fan’s Player of the Week poll with all the top performers from the weekend.  That poll will close each Tuesday.  Take a look below at how many of the 185 total votes Jonathan Grimes picked up to earn the honor!

Each of our polls is created and compiled on twtpoll.com.  Check them out!

Have you taken a look at our Digg profile page yet?  Be sure to look at the Digg widget down the right hand side of the blog and click here to be taken to our Digg profile.  You can follow us on Digg and get all of the news we Digg delivered to you.

The CAA Football Pressbox will get you ready for this weekend’s four conference games.  Click here to access The Pressbox for all kinds of pregame media notes and depth charts as well as archive audio and video.  Check back Saturday to find the same gameday flipcards being used by the media.

We also encourage you to visit CAA Football Gameday Central Saturday morning at CAASports.com.  Each of the four games will be featured with links to each contest’s livestat link, video and audio streams and more.  Come back to the blog Saturday morning to find a link directly to this week’s Gameday Central.

Three league players picked up National Player of the Week honors this week.  Richmond’s Justin Rogers logged a selection from The Sports Network and the ECAC.  William and Mary’s Dante Cook and Delaware’s Mike Perry picked up honors from College Sporting News.

The Sports Network updated its 2010 Payton and Buchanan Watch Lists Monday.  The league kept its five Payton honorees from the preseason list release, while adding another to its Buchanan honorees (Tyler Holmes, Massachusetts) to up the total to five.  Watch both highlight videos below showcasing our five athletes listed for both honors.

Watch the James Madison weekly press/fan news conference below.  Head coach Mickey Matthews talks about the Delaware game and previews the matchup with Towson.

Maine posted a highlight package of its overtime win over New Hampshire last weekend and a sideline perspective of Brian Harvey’s game-winning field goal in overtime. Take a look at those below.

Massachusetts has an open week this weekend, but still posted a feature on offensive lineman Greg Niland.  Take a look at that below.

New Hampshire dropped all sorts of video content online this week leading up to its matchup with Richmond on Homecoming.  Take a look at those videos below.

Rhode Island travels south to face William and Mary.  Rams’ head coach Joe Trainer previews the matchup against the Tribe below.

Richmond captured a feature on one of its football managers from the local ABC affiliate…a pretty good piece to watch.  Also below is the Spiders’ weekly press conference previewing their matchup with New Hampshire.

Towson assembled a highlight package from last weekend’s game against Massachusetts.  Be sure to watch that below.

William and Mary held its weekly media luncheon with head coach Jimmy Laycock and a couple selected players.  Watch those below.

2010 CAA Football…You Better Be Ready!!!