Oct 14, 2010, 3:03 PM EDT
The votes are in…According to you the fans Stephon Robertson should have been a CAA Football Player of the Week! I tend to think we have a few more Dukes fans that frequent this site as opposed to the New Hampshire fans. Congrats to Stephon on the honor…although all he will receive is the CAA Football Blog notoriety! Thanks to the 106 voters who clicked on your pick’s name! Keep coming back each Sunday for your chance to vote on a CAA Football Player of the Week.
We now move on to this weekend’s poll. We are through Week 6 of the 2010 season, which means we’re halfway to Selection Sunday. The Coaches predicted Villanova to be on top…but how do you think the teams look after six weeks?
Rank our 10 teams first to worst! The poll is below and at the top of the right margin on the blog. A vote of “1” is the best and “10” is last. Results show up as averages so don’t be surprised when a team has a 2.33 next to it. Vote as often as you wish before the closing time of 10 a.m. (ET) Saturday. We’ll post the results in Sunday’s leftovers.
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…or for those of you who read the blog, click here for a sneak peek!
One more weekly honor to hand out after our notes and weekly release went out earlier this week…New Hampshire’s John Greer earned honors from the ECAC.
The Gridiron Power Index was released by The College Sporting News. Five of CAA Football’s 10 teams were among the ratings’ Top-10. Click here to take a look at the blog post from yesterday.
We also added a blog post about our two Campbell Trophy Semifinalist. The news went public in early October, but because the beauty of the internet, new media, social media and everything else we can extend the news life of the story by posting it on the blog. Here it is!
On to the news.
James Madison’s Mickey Matthews held his weekly media/fan press conference Monday. Watch it below to get Mickey’s thoughts on facing New Hampshire.
UMass’ football squad will take part in a Walk For A Cure Sunday, at Six Flags New England in Agawam. The walk will benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. UMass head coach Kevin Morris and his wife Rebecca are co-chairmen of the foundation’s Western Massachusetts chapter. Click here for details.
The Minutemen also produced a couple videos during the week. One takes a look at their matchup with Richmond this weekend. Another highlights fullback Scott Duggan. Watch them below.
New Hampshire assembled a highlight of defensive back John Greer’s accomplishments from last weekend against Richmond. Greer earned CAA Football, ECAC and national honors following his two-interception day. You can also watch a review of the New Hampshire Wildcat Tailgating Cookoff which took place at homecoming against the Spiders. Also don’t forget to checkout the Wildcats preview of the James Madison game with head coach Sean McDonnell.
Rhode Island head coach Joe Trainer takes his squad south to face Delaware Saturday at 3:30. Watch and listen below as Trainer previews the Rams’ matchup with the Blue Hens.
Richmond head coach Latrell Scott and linebacker Patrick Weldon were part of the Spiders’ weekly press conference. Watch it below.
Towson posted highlights from last weekend’s contest against James Madison. Take a look at those below.
The 2009 Villanova Wildcat National Championshp Football team will receive The Pride of Philadelphia Award from the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame, Nov. 11. The squad will be honored along side a class which includes the likes of Tug McGraw and Hobey Baker.
William and Mary assembled all sorts of highlight videos from last weekend. Be sure to logon to the Tribe’s YouTube page to find more of those highlights.
2010 CAA Football…You Better Be Ready!!!
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