The CAA has a 66-page Spring Football Guide (pdf) available on its website. Some pretty good stuff including detailed UMass coverage.
Building on my Tuesday Blog about CAA TV coverage, the guide has the following:
"2007 CAA Football
CAA Football is currently formulating plans
to televise an unprecedented number of
games in the upcoming 2007 inaugural
The league will partner with Comcast
SportsNets which will feature a noon kickoff
throughout the 12-week season. CAA
Football will also showcase a number of
kickoffs at 3:30 p.m., throughout the year
The Comcast and CN8 family will utilizing numerous
partners to air broadcasts in each
team’s home networks. Some of these
partners include CSN-Mid-Atlantic, CSNP philadelphia,
SportsNet New York, Fox
Sports-New England, WSKY-Hampton
Roads, as well as many others.
Plans are also underway with ESPNU to
televise as many as four games over the
course of the 2007 league schedule.
Logon to www.caasports.com for all the
latest on television scheduling and game times.
The CAA Football 2007 Television Package
will kickoff when CN8 televises the conference’s
inaugural game Thursday, August
30. The Delaware Blue Hens travel to face
the William & Mary Tribe in a contest
slated to kickoff at 7:30 p.m., at Zable Stadium
in Williamsburg, Va."