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By Tom Fitton
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Topic - Yeager
The CAA, which has established itself in recent years as the strongest league in Football Championship Subdivision ranks, wanted to be able to provide member schools with at least eight conference games, but Yeager added: "This isn't just filling out a roster to get an extra conference game. These are two programs that have distinguished themselves as champions."
"Expansion for all-sports stuff is still a work in progress," Yeager told the Associated Press on Wednesday.