If you are looking for a top notch local college football match-up this weekend, look no further than the Main Line on Saturday when Villanova hosts Penn.
Hopes are high on the Main Line as the Villanova Wildcats look to be one of the top teams in one of the top conferences in all of FCS, the Colonial Athletic Association.
After a successful 2012 season which saw them return to the FCS playoffs, the Villanova Wildcats are getting ready for the 2013 college football season as they wrap up spring practic
No one knew much about John Robertson before he ran onto the field the second half of Villanova’s season opener against Temple back on August 31. Wildcats’ coach Andy Talley, and perhaps, even Robertson himself, a red-shirt freshman quarterback, didn’t know much, either.
Villanova looks to shore up their chances for the post-season in their annnual clash with Delaware.
The Villanova Wildcats are gearing up for the home stretch of the regular season. Saturday they will host James Madison as they return from the bye.
The Villanova Wildcats will look to build off the momentum of what was easily their most impressive win of the season on Saturday as they head down to visit Georgia State in CAA action.
Villanova’s next challenge is the third ranked, undefeated ODU Monarchs.
Villanova getting ready for their next test, against Richmond.
Next up for the Villanova Wildcats, a visit to Orono to take on the 1-2 Maine Black Bears on Saturday.
Franklin Field will be the place to be on Saturday as Penn and Villanova mix it up on the gridiron.
Villanova looks to win two straight as they take on Rhode Island on Saturday.
After losing 41-10 to Temple in their season opener this past Friday, the Villanova Wildcats are now turning their attention to their home opener on the Main Line as they host Fordham on Saturday.
This is the final game of the four-year contract between Temple and Villanova playing for the Mayor’s Cup. After Friday night, one school may be highly interested in extending the pact, while the other may not be able run away fast enough.
Villanova football prepares to bounce back from a 2-9 season.