CCU Football Opens Sun Belt Action at ULM
|2017 COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL|
|Game Four||Coastal Carolina (1-2, 0-0 Sun Belt) at ULM (1-2, 1-0 Sun Belt)|
|Date | Time||Saturday, Sept. 30 | 6:00 pm (CT) / 7:00 pm (ET)|
|Fan Information||ULM Gameday Information|
|Game Day Information||Buy Tickets | Parking Map|
|Series History||First Meeting|
|CCU Facts||CCU's Inaugural Sun Belt Game|
|Game Notes||CCU Notes | ULM Football | Sun Belt Notes|
|ULM Live Stats||ULM Live Stats|
|Listen (Online)||Coastal Carolina Radio Network (Joe Cashion, Layne Harris, Joe Catenacci)|
|Listen (Radio)||WRNN, 99.5 FM|
|Broadcast | Link||ESPN3: Joel Myers (PXP) - Brian Kinchen (Color) | ESPN3|
|Team Information||CCU Football Website | ULM Football Website|
|CCU Social Media||@GoCCUsports (Twitter) | @CoastalFootball (Twitter) | @CCUChanticleers (Facebook)|
CCU VS ULM
Being that this is Coastal's first year as an FBS member, not to mention a Sun Belt member, this is will be Coastal's first meeting with ULM, as well as nine of the other 11 Sun Belt members.
Coastal has played Sun Belt members Appalachian State and Georgia Southern when CCU, the Mountaineers and Eagles were members of the FCS. Coastal is 0-3 versus both App State and Georgia Southern.
HOMECOMING FOR Malcolm Williams
While Coastal Carolina celebrates Homecoming Oct. 28 when Georgia State comes to Brooks Stadium, this Saturday will be a homecoming for Coastal Carolina wide receiver Malcolm Williams. The junior resides in Shreveport, which is an easy 100-mile drive along Interstate 20 to Monroe.
CCU OPENS CONFERENCE PLAY
While this is Coastal's first go around in the Sun Belt with its conference opener at ULM, the Chanticleers have historically opened league play in fine fashion.
As members of the Big South, Coastal was 10-3 in league openers, including a perfect 4-0 when opening league play on the road.
Coastal lost its first ever league game, a 38-17 setback by Gardner-Webb in 2003. CCU's only other league-opening losses came to then #20 Liberty (43-28) in 2008 and a 27-21 loss to then #11 Stony Brook in 2012.