NEC Football Preseason Teleconference Slated for Aug. 3; Ask Your Favorite Coach a Question About Upcoming Campaign

The Northeast Conference has finalized the details for its annual preseason football media teleconference. 

With the 16th season of NEC Football on the horizon, the league will administer a two-hour teleconference for all interested media members on Wednesday, August 3 beginning at 11:00 am.

The call will start with the announcement of the 25-member 2011 Preseason All-Northeast Conference Team as well as the release of the Preseason Coaches’ Poll, which will attempt to predict the order of finish for the upcoming campaign.

Central Connecticut was the 2010 NEC preseason favorite and wound up tied with Robert Morris atop the league standings come season’s end.  As a result of its head-to-head victory over CCSU, the latter claimed the conference’s inaugural bid to the NCAA FCS playoffs

Both the Colonials and the Blue Devils will find out where they rank in the 2011 predicted order-of-finish prior to the coaches’ question and answer portion of the upcoming media teleconference.

All nine of the conference’s head coaches will be available to take questions from the media, and all interested media members should contact Ralph Ventre for a full schedule and log-in information.

Fans will also have the opportunity to submit a question for their favorite NEC coach by e-mailing an inquiry to stats@northeastconference.org. Due to time constraints only select questions will be asked during the teleconference, the entirety of which will be archived on the NEC’s official website shortly after its completion.

Any fan who submits a question will automatically be entered into a random drawing to win official NEC merchandise.  Please provide your name, hometown, and favorite NEC team when e-mailing your question.

Also don’t forget to pick your preseason favorite in our Facebook survey

One thought on “NEC Football Preseason Teleconference Slated for Aug. 3; Ask Your Favorite Coach a Question About Upcoming Campaign

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