July 23, 2014
|SHRINE MAPLE SUGAR BOWL|
|New Hampshire Roster|
|Jake Geppert||WR/DB||St. Thomas|
|Ryan Head||TE/DL||Merrimack Valley|
|Trevor Knight||QB/DB||Nashua South|
|Cole Martin||WR/KR/DB||Merrimack Valley|
|Hayden Middleton||PK/P||St. Thomas|
|Matt Tetu||WR/DB||Bishop Brady|
July 22, 2014
The Complete QB camp will be held at Windham High School on Aug. 2-3, and is open to those entering grades 4-12. A Complete QB t-shirt, a camp manual and a Hudl account are included as part of the $250 registration cost.
For more information on the camp or to register, visit www.completeqb.com.
CAA Football announcedthat the University of New Hampshire football team will have a total of five televised games during the 2014 regular season, and that includes four by the conference's broadcast partners.
UNH's five televised games include two home games - vs. Lehigh (; American Sports Network) and William & Mary ( ; NBC Sports Network) - and road games against Toledo ( ; ESPN3), Richmond ( ; Comcast SportsNet) and Maine (Nov. 22; NBCSN).
CAA football begins its third year of a five-year broadcast agreement with NBC Sports Network, which is available in more than 85 million households. NBC Sports Live Extra will stream each of the four CAA games, including the Wildcats' battles against William & Mary and Maine, on NBCSN.
The conference's 2014 television package kicks off when New Hampshire plays host to Lehigh University at Cowell Stadium on ASN.
Here is UNH's CAA football TV schedule:
Date Opponent Time Network
at Toledo ESPN3
Sept. 13 LehighAmerican Sports Network
at Richmond Comcast SportsNet
William & Mary NBC Sports Network
at Maine NBC Sports Network
BOLD - Home game
UNH opens the season at Toledo on. Kickoff at Glass Bowl is scheduled for on ESPN3. The Wildcats' home opener is . vs. Lehigh at Cowell Stadium with kickoff scheduled for on American Sports Network.
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