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Villanova Announces 2013 Football Schedule
Villanova opens the 2013 season at Boston College on Friday, August 30.

Feb. 25, 2013

VILLANOVA, Pa. - Villanova University head football coach Andy Talley today announced the 2013 Wildcat schedule. The Wildcats will play an 11-game slate in 2013, including eight Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) games and three non conference contests.

The season will kickoff on Saturday, August 31, with a game at ACC member Boston College. This will be the first game between the Wildcats and Eagles since the 1980 season. Villanova will play at Fordham on Sept. 7 before having a bye week on Sept. 14.

The home and CAA opener is set for September 21 against Stony Brook. This will be a rematch of last year's first round NCAA playoff game. Stony Brook will be the first of three consecutive home games. The Wildcats will host Penn on Sept. 28 and William & Mary on Oct. 5.

Following the three-game home stand, Villanova will play four of the next five games on the road. The Wildcats play back-to-back road games at Towson on Oct. 12 and at New Hampshire on Oct. 19, before returning to the Main Line to host Maine during Homecoming Weekend on Oct. 26.

The November portion of the schedule begins with road contests at James Madison (Nov. 2) and at Rhode Island (Nov. 9). Villanova will have a bye on Nov. 16, before concluding the regular season with the annual Battle of the Blue game against arch rival Delaware on Nov. 23.


August 31                Boston College                  Boston, Mass.
September 7              Fordham                         Bronx, N.Y.
September 14             Bye Week
September 21             Stony Brook                     Villanova, Pa.
September 28             Penn                            Villanova, Pa.
October 5                William & Mary                  Villanova, Pa.
October 12               Towson                          Towson, Md.
October 19               New Hampshire                   Durham, N.H.
October 26               Maine                           Villanova, Pa.
November 2               James Madison                   Harrisonburg, Va.
November 9               Rhode Island                    Kingston, R.I.
November 16              Bye Week
November 23              Delaware                        Villanova, Pa.