Mar 14, 2014, 10:00 AM EDT
Welcome to our latest Friday Morning Tailgate of the 2014 offseason, where we invite you to dig into the week’s clips from in and around CAA Football. It may be March, but there’s still plenty of football news to be had.
NEWS & SCHOOL CLIPS
- Elon head coach Rich Skrosky has announced a new service initiative that the Phoenix will undertake in the local community.
- Maine head coach Jack Cosgrove and his Black Bear program expressed condolences to the family of former player Dominic Cusano after his passing.
- The New Hampshire Wildcats will hold their annual bone marrow testing drive on April 25.
- UNH alum Corey Graham will return to his hometown of Buffalo after signing with the Bills.
- Former Towson QB Peter Athens has joined the Tigers’ nationally-ranked lacrosse team.
- Villanova head coach Andy Talley and his Wildcats have officially kicked off their spring practice schedule.
- The Wildcats announced that 15 NFL teams were on hand at the team’s pro day, with many of the scouts eyeing DE Rakim Cox.
- Jake Cox has been hired as Nova’s new strength & conditioning coach.
CAA FOOTBALL CLIPS
- The league visited all 11 of our member schools’ campuses during the 2013 season. Find all of our On Campus coverage, including Going Deep features, campus tours, interviews and more on our official Every Day Is Saturday blog.
- 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
- Friday in Frisco
- JMU FCSChampionship - Thursday Update
- Ankrah Chosen FCS ADA Defensive Player Of The Year
- This Week In CAA Football - National Championship