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Coastal Carolina seeking another big season

Conway, SC (SportsNetwork.com) - Coastal Carolina football has had a lot of success against the teams on its 12-game 2014 schedule.

The Big South Conference program, which announced its schedule on Wednesday, is 43-14 against the 2014 opponents. The Chanticleers will face The Citadel and Florida A&M for the first time.

Coastal Carolina, coming off a 12-3 season in which it earned a share of the conference title and reached the FCS national quarterfinals, will host South Carolina State (Sept. 13) and Elon (Sept. 27) in non-conference action, and Charleston Southern (Oct. 25, Homecoming), Monmouth (Nov. 15) and Liberty (Nov. 22) in Big South games.

Coach Joe Moglia's squad will kick off the season at The Citadel on Aug. 30 and also play non-conference road games against North Carolina A&T (Sept. 6), Florida A&M (Sept. 20), Furman (Oct. 4) and Charlotte (Nov. 8). The Chanticleers also will face Big South opponents Presbyterian (Oct. 11) and Gardner-Webb (Nov. 1) on the road.

2014 Coastal Carolina Football Schedule

Aug. 30, at The Citadel

Sept. 6, at North Carolina A&T

Sept. 13, South Carolina State

Sept. 20, at Florida A&M

Sept. 27, Elon

Oct. 4, at Furman

Oct. 11, at Presbyterian*

Oct. 25, Charleston Southern* (Homecoming)

Nov. 1, at Gardner-Webb*

Nov. 8, at Charlotte

Nov. 15, Monmouth*

Nov. 22, Liberty*

* - Big South Conference game

02/26 15:16:32 ET



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