Nov 24, 2010, 12:55 PM EDT
CAA Football notched four bids in the 2010 NCAA Division I National Championship field of 20, and also earned four byes into the second round. The league learned its fate, hours after logging four squads among the nation’s Top 11. William and Mary took over the tops spot among the conference’s ranked teams, after it topped Richmond and Delaware lost to Villanova in the season’s final weekend. The Tribe, ranked fourth in both polls, garnered CAA Football’s automatic bid thanks to its head-to-head win over Delaware earlier in the season but shared the conference crown with the Blue Hens thanks to identical 6-2 conference marks.
Did you miss last night’s CAA Football Radio Show? We archived the audio from the show…it is located under the CAA’s Audio Archive section on The Pressbox. You can also catch this season’s final show live on ESPN 950 AM in Richmond, Va., and ESPN950am.com next Tuesday night from 6-7 p.m.
Since tomorrow is Thanksgiving and all our teams are off until Dec. 4, we decided to use this update as the weekly roundup also. Not too much to post, but hey you’re here and why not allow you to keep reading!
The weekly poll is still going until later today…jump in on that to pick this week’s CAAFootballblog.com Player of the Week. Lat check showed William and Mary’s Mike Callahan in good shape.
The league cleaned up on College Football Performance Awards for this week. Click here to visit the CFPA website for a list of all the honors.
New Hampshire posted a video to YouTube from their gathering to watch the NCAA Selection Show. Watch that below.
William and Mary also posted a recap from Sunday’s NCAA Selection Show. Take a look below. The Tribe also created a video highlight recap from quarterback Mike Callahan’s performance against Richmond. Pretty good stuff to occupy your turkey hangover.
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