CAA announces kickoff times for 2024 football season

By Kevin Kelley -

The Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) has announced kickoff times for the 2024 football season, which includes all CAA contests and home non-conference contests.

Each CAA team will play four home and four road conference contests this season as well as four non-conference contests.

CAA action this fall kicks off on Thursday, Aug. 29 with the Villanova Wildcats hosting the Youngstown State Penguins in a non-conference contest at 6:00pm ET.

Conference action begins on Saturday, Sept. 14 with four games: Delaware at North Carolina A&T, Towson at Villanova, Monmouth at Maine, and Campbell at Rhode Island.

Below is the complete 2024 CAA football schedule with the kickoff times that were announced today. Remaining kickoff times will be announced by the individual schools.

2024 CAA Football Schedule

* All times Eastern.

Thursday, Aug. 29
Youngstown State at Villanova – 6pm
Bryant at Delaware – 7pm
VMI at William & Mary – 7pm
Monmouth at Eastern Washington – TBA
New Hampshire at UCF – TBA
North Carolina A&T at Wake Forest – TBA

Friday, Aug. 30
Colgate at Maine – 7pm
Elon at Duke – TBA

Saturday, Aug. 31
Morgan State at Hampton – 6pm
Holy Cross at Rhode Island – 7pm
LIU at UAlbany – 7pm
Campbell at Liberty – TBA
Richmond at Virginia – TBA
Stony Brook at Marshall – TBA
Towson at Cincinnati – TBA

Saturday, Sept. 7
Lafayette at Monmouth – 1pm
New Hampshire at Holy Cross – 2pm
Stonehill at Stony Brook – 3:30pm
Wofford at Richmond – 3:30pm
Franklin Pierce at Bryant – 4pm
Morgan State at Towson – 6pm
Virginia Union at Hampton – 6pm
Winston-Salem State at North Carolina A&T – 7pm
Campbell at Western Carolina – TBA
Elon at NC Central – TBA
Maine at Montana State – TBA
Rhode Island at Minnesota – TBA
UAlbany at West Virginia – TBA
Villanova at Colgate – TBA
William & Mary at Coastal Carolina – TBA

Saturday, Sept. 14
Delaware at North Carolina A&T – 1pm
Charleston Southern at Richmond – 2pm
Holy Cross at Bryant – 2pm
Monmouth at Maine – 3:30pm
Towson at Villanova – 3:30pm
Campbell at Rhode Island – 6pm
Stonehill at New Hampshire – 6pm
Western Carolina at Elon – 6pm
Hampton at Norfolk State – TBA
Stony Brook at Fordham – TBA
UAlbany at Idaho – TBA
William & Mary at Wofford – TBA

Saturday, Sept. 21
Bryant at New Hampshire – 3pm
Stony Brook at Campbell – 5pm
ETSU at Elon – 6pm
Furman at William & Mary – 6pm
Penn at Delaware – 6pm
Howard vs. Hampton – TBA (in Washington, DC)
Maine at Merrimack – TBA
Monmouth at FIU – TBA
North Carolina A&T at NC Central – TBA
Rhode Island at LIU – TBA
Richmond at Delaware State – TBA
Towson at North Dakota State – TBA
Villanova at Maryland – TBA

Saturday, Sept. 28
Fordham at Monmouth – 1pm
Delaware State at Campbell – 2pm
Richmond at Elon – 2pm
Maine at UAlbany – 3:30pm
Morgan State at Stony Brook – 3:30pm
Sacred Heart at Delaware – 3:30pm
Hampton at William & Mary – 6pm
LIU at Villanova – 6pm
North Carolina A&T at SC State – TBA

Friday, Oct. 4
New Hampshire at Harvard – 7pm

Saturday, Oct. 5
Delaware at Monmouth – 1pm
North Carolina A&T at Richmond – 2pm
Rhode Island at Hampton – 2pm
Villanova at Stony Brook – 3:30pm
NC Central at Campbell – 4pm
William & Mary at Towson – 6pm
Bryant at Brown – TBA
UAlbany at Cornell – TBA

Saturday, Oct. 12
Brown at Rhode Island – 1pm
Maine at Delaware – 1pm
UAlbany at Bryant – 1pm
New Hampshire at Elon – 2pm
Towson at Norfolk State – TBA

Saturday, Oct. 19
Bryant at Monmouth – 1pm
Hampton at North Carolina A&T – 1pm
Rhode Island at New Hampshire – 1pm
Stony Brook at Towson – 1pm
Villanova at Maine – 1pm
Campbell at William & Mary – 3:30pm
Delaware at Richmond – 3:30pm
Elon at UAlbany – 3:30pm

Saturday, Oct. 26
Richmond at Bryant – 12pm
Maine at Rhode Island – 1pm
Towson at Monmouth – 1pm
Elon at Hampton – 2pm
UAlbany at Delaware – 3pm
New Hampshire at Villanova – 3:30pm
William & Mary at Stony Brook – 3:30pm
North Carolina A&T at Campbell – 4pm

Saturday, Nov. 2
Monmouth at Rhode Island – 1pm
New Hampshire at UAlbany – 1pm
Stony Brook at Bryant – 1pm
Villanova at Hampton – 1pm
William & Mary at North Carolina A&T – 1pm
Campbell at Elon – 2pm
Towson at Richmond – 2pm
Maine at Oklahoma – TBA

Saturday, Nov. 9
Bryant at Maine – 1pm
Elon at William & Mary – 1pm
Hampton at Towson – 1pm
Monmouth at New Hampshire – 1pm
North Carolina A&T at Villanova – 1pm
Rhode Island at Delaware – 1pm
UAlbany at Stony Brook – 1pm
Richmond at Campbell – 3:30pm

Saturday, Nov. 16
Villanova at Monmouth – 12pm
Bryant at William & Mary – 1pm
Campbell at Delaware – 1pm
North Carolina A&T at Towson – 1pm
Richmond at Hampton – 1pm
Stony Brook at New Hampshire – 1pm
UAlbany at Rhode Island – 1pm
Maine at Elon – 2pm

Saturday, Nov. 23
William & Mary at Richmond – 12pm
Delaware at Villanova – 1pm
Elon at North Carolina A&T – 1pm
Hampton at UAlbany – 1pm
Monmouth at Stony Brook – 1pm
New Hampshire at Maine – 1pm
Rhode Island at Bryant – 1pm
Towson at Campbell – 2pm

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My co-favorite Running Backs prospects in NFL Draft are Michigan Blake Corum & New Hampshire Dylan Laube.

I would like to see My Bears give first overall pick back to Commanders & select USC Quarterback Caleb Williams & Bears select Michigan J.J. McCarthy second overall & receive additional picks & one of them to select McCarthy’s teammate Blake Corum.

Should My Eagles go after a Running Back I would really like them to select Dylan Laube & he would make a excellent day two pick.

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