2015 ScheduleAll times ET

2015 Schedule
4-7, 7th in CAA

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Participants in first minority coordinators professional development seminar, held at NFL combine and sponsored by Advocates for Athletic Equity (formerly BCA): Delaware CBs coach Henry Baker, Oklahoma DBs coach Kerry Cooks, North Texas OL coach Brad Davis, Hawaii offensive coordinator Kefense Hynson, Missouri RBs coach Brian Jones, SMU defensive coordinator Van Malone, Vanderbilt DBs Brett Maxie, Gardner-Webb OL coach Kenneth Ray, Southern Utah head coach Demario Warren and Findlay co-defensive coordinator Jake Zweig.


Towson shuts down Delaware 19-0

Darius Victor punched in a touchdown, Sam Hurwitz kicked four field goals and Towson cruised to a 19-0 win over Delaware on Saturday.


Rhode Island shuts out Delaware 20-0

Harold Cooper ran for a career-best 123 yards and a touchdown and Rhode Island picked up its first victory of the season with a 20-0 win over Delaware on Saturday.

Tar Heels take lead into locker room

UNC gave up a 72-yard TD run to Delaware's Thomas Jefferson in the opening minute of the game. The Heels responded with 13 unanswered points. Despite the lead, Larry Fedora pulled QB Marquise Williams in favor of Mitch Trubisky on UNC's fourth drive. Live on ESPN3

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Watch: UNC vs. Delaware

The 2-1 Tar Heels stay home again this week to face the Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens. Can Elijah Hood improve on his 7.2 yards-per-carry average? Live on ESPN3


Backup rallies Villanova over Delaware 28-21

Zack Bednarczyk came in for injured All-American John Robertson to lead Villanova to two fourth-quarter touchdowns, rallying the Wildcats to a 28-21 victory over Delaware on Saturday.

2015 CAA Standings

James Madison6-29-3
William & Mary6-29-4
New Hampshire5-37-5
Stony Brook3-55-5
Rhode Island1-71-10