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The CAA Today: Week One Preview – New Beginnings

Terence Thomas, Sr. CSN CAA Today columnist Let me begin by saying, "Hello," and introducing myself to all of the fans of CAA Football as well as fans of college football in general. My name is Terence Thomas, Sr., and I, too, am a fan of the game of… more »


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The CAA Today: The Championship Game - Stonewalled!

Bruce Dowd, CSN columnist WOW! What an experience the Championship Game was for me just like it is every year. It is simply college football at its very best. The entire championship week was just outstanding and flat out electrifying as we all witne… more »

The CAA Today: Crow Really Tastes Bad!

Bruce Dowd, CSN columnist "Eating Crow (archaically, eating boiled crow) is an English idiom meaning humiliation by admitting wrongness or having been proven wrong after taking a strong position." So, to all Montana fans and other fans out West, I wa… more »

The CAA Today: The King is dead. Long live the King!

Bruce Dowd, CSN columnist According to Wikipedia the expression "The King is dead. Long live the King!" is a traditional proclamation made following the accession of a new monarch in various countries, such as the United Kingdom, Canada and others. I… more »

The CAA Today: Playoffs Round Two!

Bruce Dowd, CSN columnist As predicted, four CAA teams were victorious with just Maine falling hard on the road to Northern Iowa adding to the controversy of which team should have been the 16th and final team into the playoffs. While I knew Wofford… more »

The CAA Today: Playoff Selection Talk and CAA Round One Preview

Bruce Dowd, CSN columnist First of all, if you haven’t already read Chuck Burton’s superb article titled "The CSN Way: Woof, Woof, Woof", then you need to read that first. I don’t think there is a single thing in there that I disagree with. He did a… more »

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