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The CAA Today: INVICTUS

Terence Thomas, Sr. CSN The CAA Today columnist They say “Beauty is in the eye of the Beholder”. Every one of us perceives things a little differently than the other. Some of you may perceive a different meaning from the following poem than I. How… more »

The CAA Today: The Rematch, AGAIN

Terence Thomas, Sr. CSN The CAA Today columnist A rematch by definition is a second or return contest between opponents. In last week’s quarterfinals, we had two such games involving CAA teams, and a third game pitting a CAA team against a Missouri… more »

The CAA Today: BATTLE TESTED

Terence Thomas, Sr. CSN The CAA Today columnist There is a reason that the University of New Hampshire is 5 – 1 in opening round playoff games in the last 6 years (4 -1 on road). There is a reason William & Mary is #1 in the country in “Rushing… more »

The CAA Today: JOY & PAIN

Terence Thomas, Sr. CSN The CAA Today columnist It’s always at the end, when we reflect on the beginning and everything else that has transpired in between. In our reflections, we smile at the successes or good times; we nod our heads at the disappo… more »

The CAA Today: SENIOR DAY

Terence Thomas, Sr. CSN The CAA Today columnist For many Seniors, this coming Saturday will be the last time they wear a football uniform of any kind. Towson head coach, Rob Ambrose stated in post game press conference that the emotion that comes wi… more »

The CAA Today: The Quarterback

Terence Thomas, Sr. CSN The CAA Today columnist In 2008, Bruce Dowd did a great job in explaining the value of the Quarterback in college football and specifically the CAA. Gone from 08 are leaders like Rodney Landers (James Madison), Liam Coen (Ma… more »

The CAA Today: Fourth Quarter Football

Terence Thomas, Sr. CSN CAA Today columnist In a close contest, head coaches want to shorten the game in the fourth quarter. When playing from ahead, teams tend to want to run the ball and eat up some clock, and keep the ball away from their opponen… more »

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