Football Announces 2015 Schedule

Football Announces 2015 Schedule

Second year head football coach Pete Rossomando announced the 2015 schedule on Tuesday.  The Blue Devils will play 11 games in the upcoming season, highlighted by six home contests for the second straight year.  Central will play five non-conference games, including three at home and two on the road, and a six-game Northeast Conference schedule.

2015 CCSU FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

Head Coach Pete Rossomando at Spring Practice
Rising Senior C.J. Morrison at Spring Practice

Sights and Sounds from Spring Practice


Game times are all to be announced.

The year opens on Friday night, September 4 when the Blue Devils host Lehigh on Arute Field.  The Mountain Hawks are making their second trip to New Britain since 2012 and the teams are meeting for the third time in the last four seasons.

The Blue Devils will then travel to Stony Brook to face the former NEC member Seawolves in their first non-conference road game on Sept. 12.  They'll return home on Sept. 19 to host Bowie State, before heading on the road for the next two games.

Central will face New Hampshire on the road on Sept. 26, and then open league play at Duquesne on Oct. 3. The Blue Devils return home and host Bryant on Homecoming on Oct. 10.

The final non-conference game of the season will take place on Oct. 17 when the Blue Devils host Dartmouth in the second meeting in two seasons between the two teams.

League play dominates the final four weeks of the CCSU schedule with games at Sacred Heart (Oct. 24) and home vs. Robert Morris (Oct. 31) and St. Francis U (Nov. 7) before a road game at Wagner (Nov. 14) to complete the regular season schedule.  The Blue Devils have a bye on the final league weekend of the season on Nov. 21.

Once again this season all 11 games will air live on Fox Sports Radio 1410 in Hartford and online and on your mobile device via the iHeart Radio App and all six home games and road NEC games will air live video on NEC Front Row.

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