UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, Va. - First-year Richmond Spider head football coach Danny Rocco, as well as senior captains John Laub and Cooper Taylor, will travel to Baltimore, Md. on Wednesday, July 25 to participate in the 2012 CAA Football Media Day at M&T Bank Stadium.
Highlighting the league's annual kickoff event will be CAA Football Media Day Live, a two-hour free broadcast that will feature interviews from head coaches and selected players. A link to the broadcast, which will air from 10 a.m. - noon, will be available at CAAFootball.com.
Not only will Spider and CAA Football fans around the country be able to watch the free show previewing the upcoming 2012 season, but they will also have the opportunity to interact with each other and the league regarding media day.
In the days leading up to CAA Football Media Day, Spider football fans are encouraged to submit questions for coach Rocco on the team's Facebook page and to its official Twitter account - @Spider_Football. Three questions will be selected and asked of coach Rocco during a SpiderTV interview with the coach following CAA Football Media Day.
Also, CAA Football will run a CoverItLive blog on CAAFootballblog.com in
conjunction with the internet broadcast, and will also post updates throughout
the day using its Twitter and Facebook feeds.
The official twitter hashtag for the 2012 CAA Football Media Day and Media Day
Live broadcast is #CAAFBmd. Official tweets will include this hashtag and all
media and fans are asked to use it in their tweets related to the event.
In the week leading up to media day, the league is encouraging its fans to submit questions to be incorporated in the internet broadcast. A multitude of outlets exist to interact with CAA Football. Follow it on Twitter and send a tweet tagged with #CAAFBmd, like it on Facebook and write on its wall, send an email to email@example.com or go to CAAFootballblog.com and comment on one of the posts.