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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

College football schedules

Here's a look at the area college football schedules for the fall:

Yale opens its season with Georgetown at the Bowl. It's the 96th season of the storied structure and plays host to six games this year. Albany, Fordham, Penn, Columbia and Princeton also make visits.

Here's a link to the full schedule

Southern Connecticut opens its season at Division II power Indiana-Pennsylvania Sept. 4 and open at home a week later against West Liberty State College. Who, you might ask. Well the defending West Virginia Conference champions are ranked No. 3 in the Division II preseason polls.

Here's a link to the Owls' full schedule.

At New Haven, the Chargers travel to Seton Hill in Pennsylvania Sept. 4 (hey, it's better than Northern Colorado by bus) and open at home against Lincoln Sept. 11.

The Southern-New Haven game is at UNH this year on Oct. 9, a Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m.

Here's a link to the Chargers' full schedule.

Here are links to the other football schedules in the state:

UConn football schedule

Coast Guard football schedule

Central Connecticut football schedule

Sacred Heart football schedule

Wesleyan football schedule

Western Connecticut football schedule

Trinity football schedule


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