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July 22, 2013

Richmond, Va. - In conjunction with CAA Football, the conference announced Monday that two Stony Brook games will be televised live as part of the league's television package. Both games will be televised live on one of the NBC Sports regional networks.

Week four will feature a rematch of last year's playoff contest between Stony Brook and Villanova on September 14. The Seawolves defeated the Wildcats, 20-10, at LaValle Stadium, reaching the second round of the Division I Football Championship for a second straight year.

Stony Brook also will head to James Madison for a late-afternoon showdown against the Dukes on November 16.

The final week of the regular season is Rivalry Week. Stony Brook-Albany, scheduled for November 23, could be picked up for broadcast.

The Seawolves, ranked No. 11 in the preseason by the Sports Network, are one of six CAA Football teams ranked in the top 25. Villanova is 15 and James Madison 19.

Stony Brook's game at Buffalo will be televised live on ESPN3 at 3:30 p.m.