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  • CAA Rewind, Record Edition

    Live long enough and you see everything: an actor becomes president; technology in the palm of your hand; a decent sitcom on ABC. Same holds true for college football, where Saturday produced one of those moments in our little corner of the world. Old...
  • W&M routs Georgia State 35-3 for first win

    WILLIAMSBURG - For four games, snake-bitten William and Mary seemingly couldn't catch a break. So in the fifth, the Tribe decided to create a few of its own. Seven forced turnovers later, the Tribe celebrated their first victory of the season courtesy of...
  • William and Mary's McBride becoming a playmaker

    Tre McBride didn't expect it would be easy. Playing Division I college football as a true freshman in a complex offense at a new position doesn't lend itself to seamless transitions. Still, McBride admitted that there were plenty of difficult moments...
  • Defensive Slippage at W&M

    William and Mary allowed Maryland just 236 yards of total offense and came up with four turnovers in the season opening 7-6 loss. The Tribe defense hasn’t been that effective since. Lafayette, Towson and Delaware all gained more than 300 yards, and...
  • CAA football to add Stony Brook, Albany in 2013

    Stony Brook and Albany announced Tuesday that they will join the Colonial Athletic Association for football only, beginning in 2013. The moves, long rumored but first reported by New York Newsday last Saturday, will give the CAA 10 football-playing...
  • Stony Brook, Albany quality additions to CAA football

    Rookie Old Dominion strutted into Colonial Athletic Association football last season and promptly earned a national playoff bid in the Championship Subdivision's most rugged conference. Wednesday the CAA formally introduced two new members capable of...
  • As CAA lame ducks, all Old Dominion teams playing for NCAA at-large berths

    None of Old Dominion's sports teams will be eligible for conference titles, and automatic NCAA bids, in their final year in the Colonial Athletic Association, and the league has shelved discussion of affiliate membership for several Monarchs' teams...
  • CAA again on good side of NCAA academic ratings

    With the NCAA’s annual data dump of academic scorekeeping, the Colonial Athletic Association’s athletic factories demonstrated again that they know their way around the classroom, or at least can tailor curricula to keep the jockocracy on good...
  • CAA's Yeager energized, optimistic after league meetings

    CAA's Yeager energized, optimistic after league meetings
    No one can forecast what the Colonial Athletic Association will look like moving forward, but commissioner Tom Yeager came away from the spring meetings far happier than a year ago. "From the outset, there was just a much better vibe," Yeager said...
  • CAA Spring Meetings, Football Update

    The Colonial Athletic Association wraps up five days of meetings at Hilton Head, S.C., on Wednesday, which conveys a couple of things: Their meetings are in better locales than yours and mine; they have a heck of a lot to address. Old members, new...
  • First Academy OL Chris Miller earns first FBS offers from Old Dominion, Georgia State

    First Academy OL Chris Miller earns first FBS offers from Old Dominion, Georgia State
    It’s rather fitting that incoming NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision member Old Dominion was the first FBS school to offer a scholarship to Chris Miller. The Orlando First Academy offensive lineman is also new to football. While ODU resurrected its...