Oct 31, 2010, 9:57 AM EDT
Hit the comment link below and let us know if your costume this year has a CAA Football theme! Maybe you are going at Villanova’s Chris Whitney or Matt Szczur! What about donning a headset and some sunglasses to be Delaware’s head coach K.C. Keeler? Let us know…you can even tweet us with a pic of yourself and we might just post it on the blog roundup later this week!
The CAA Football Television recap is above…it includes the league’s three TV games from yesterday. To the right & below you will see our new fan poll for this week’s Player of the Week. Vote now and be sure to come back Wednesday when the polling closes to see who the fans thought was the Player of the Week. Who deserves this week’s CAA Football Blog Fan Poll Player of the Week honor?
Thanks for the votes cast in last week’s midweek fan poll asking who had the advantage in the CAA Football Offensive Player of the Year race….William and Mary’s Jonathan Grimes finished up front, but New Hampshire’s R.J. Toman, Delaware’s Andrew Pierce and Whitney all were in a close battle for second place. Checkout the full results below.
Click here to be taken to The CAA Football Gameday Central page for links to yesterday’s recap and final stat books. We also have updated stats on our statitistics page so be sure to check those out for up-to-the-minute stat rankings.
James Madison got out to an early lead, but UMass came roaring back to win in Harrisonburg. Watch the postgame reactions from JMU’s head coach Mickey Matthews and players below.
As written above, Massachusetts scored 18 straight points to overcome a 14-3 deficit to win in Harrisonburg over JMU. Watch the postgame reactions below from head coach Kevin Morris.
We also found this video from UMass after the game Saturday. The Minutemen radio crew breakdown the keys to UMass’ game at JMU…a little late, but you be the judge…did Matt and Rene predict it right?
Rhode Island continued its road to improvement with a league win at Towson. Watch head coach Joe Trainer’s postgame presser below.
Richmond stumbled at Villanova, a place that hasn’t been too kind to the Spiders in recent years. Watch the highlights below.
Towson turned the ball over four times against Rhode Island and lost. Tiger head coach Rob Ambrose addresses the media after the loss below.
William and Mary led North Carolina 17-7 through three quarters in Chapel Hill, but couldn’t hold on. Watch the highlights below and be sure to checkout head coach Jimmye Laycock’s postgame reactions in the second video.
2010 CAA Football…You Better Be Ready!!!
- 13 Players, 6 Teams Receive HERO Sports Preseason Recognition
- Nation's-Best Six CAA Football Teams Ranked In Athlon Top 25 Poll
- Three CAA Football Players Selected In 2018 NFL Draft
- Nine CAAFB Players Named To Hampshire Honor Society
- Reisert Named CAAFB Scholar-Athlete Of The Year
- Football National Signing Day
- Richmond's Lauletta Named Senior Bowl MVP
- This Week In CAA Football - Season Recap
- Four CAAFB Teams Ranked In Final Top 25 Polls
- JMU Falls 17-13 To NDSU In FCS Title Game