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2010 CAA Football Weekly Roundup – 11.18

Nov 18, 2010, 5:36 PM EST

Time for our weekly roundup for the final regular season weekend.  Let us know who you think is in, who is out!  Hit the comment link below and let us know what conferences get multiple at-larges.  Who should get the at-larges? Who should be left at home?  How many CAA Football teams get to play on?  All questions left to be answered before Sunday morning…and we want to know how you feel?  Don’t be shy…hit the comment link below and let us know, that is what it is there for!

We will find out our league’s fate this Sunday in the way of the 2010 NCAA Division I Football Championships field of 20.  Be sure to checkout the live selection show at 10 a.m. (ET) on ESPNU.  Dari Nowkhah and Tom Luginbill will host the show as the 20 teams are announced.

No fan poll yet for this week…we are going to keep that one in the wrap until tomorrow when we unveil our Top 10 plays of the year.  You will then be able to put them in order how you think…we will leave that poll open until Sunday morning.  Check back for that Friday afternoon here on the blog, on YouTube and on CAASports.com.

We did get 106 votes in our CAA Football Player of the Week poll this week…that is unbelievable!  Thanks to those who did vote.  Delaware’s Pat Devlin edged out Richmond’s Eric McBride for the CAAFootballblog.com honor…lucky for us at the conference office we can hand out honors to both of them!

The College Football Performance Awards continue to include several CAA Football standouts each week.  This week a total of 13 honorees came from our league, while Richmond linebacker Patrick Weldon was named the National Linebacker of the Week.  Click here to learn about this week’s CFPA standouts.

The CAA Football Pressbox will get you ready for this weekend’s five 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 five 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.

The Gridiron Power Index was released by The College Sporting News earlier this week and CAA Football occupies the top spot for the second-straight week.  Click here to take a look at the blog post about it.

James Madison’s head coach Mickey Matthews wrapped up his weekly fan/press conferences this past Monday.  Watch what he had to say about  Dae’Quan Scott’s performance against William and Mary and what he thinks about travelling to Maine this weekend.

Massachusetts previewed this weekend’s regular season finale at Rhode Island below and also rehashed its Senior Day from last week.  Watch those videos below.

New Hampshire is also previewing its end-of-the-regular season matchup against Towson.  Make sure to check that out below.

The Wildcats also posted some highlights of their upset win at Villanova last weekend.

Richmond held its weekly press conference with head coach Latrell Scott and selected student-athletes Wednesday.  Watch the archived video below to find out what the Spiders are thinking heading into a win-or-stay-home type of game this weekend against William and Mary.

Former Spider Josh Vaughan was picked up by the Carolina Panthers last week, then scored his first NFL touchdown last Sunday.  Watch the feature from the Carolina Panthers below.

Towson posted some highlights from its game last weekend against Maine.  Be sure to watch those highlights below.

William and Mary dropped a handful of highlight packages on it YouTube page from last weekend, and also posted an archive of this week’s press luncheon with head coach Jimmye Laycock.

Come back tomorrow for the Top 10 plays list and your chance to vote what order you think our Top-10 plays should be in.

Don’t forget about the NCAA Division I Championships Selection Show, Sunday, at 10 a.m. (ET) on ESPNU.

2010 CAA Football…You Better Be Ready!!!