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Kickoff times announced for CCU football

CONWAY, S.C. (WMBF) - Kickoff times have been released for ten of Coastal Carolina's 11 football games for the 2015 season. The lone game to be determined is the season opener at Furman.

CCU will open its home field and new look teal turf against Western Illinois at 6:00 on September 19th. Homecoming will also kick off against Alabama A&M at 6:00 on October 3rd.

The Chants are expected to be among the top ten nationally for a third straight year, returning several key players and coming back from a 12-2 record and a second straight FCS Quarterfinals appearance. The team's schedule can be seen below:

September 5th: at Furman, TBD
September 12th: at South Carolina State, 6:00
September 19th: vs. Western Illinois, 6:00
September 26th: vs. Bryant, 6:00
October 3rd: vs. Alabama A&M (Homecoming), 6:00
October 10th: vs. Presbyterian (Big South opener), 2:00
October 17th: Open Date
October 24th: at Monmouth, 1:00
October 31st: at Charleston Southern, 2:00
November 7th: vs. Gardner-Webb, 2:00
November 14th: vs. Kennesaw State, 2:00
November 21st: at Liberty, 3:30

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