Six teams from UAlbany's conference (CAA) will play in this year's FCS football playoffs. The 8-3 Maine Black Bears will represent the conference as league champions. One team that will not be in this year's field is New Hampshire. The Wildcats' fourteen straight consecutive seasons in the playoffs ends this season. Below is the 2019 playoff format. What CAA team do you believe can go the furthest?

Opening round games 

Nov. 24 at Bozeman, Montana, 3 p.m
Incarnate Word (6-4) at Montana St. (7-4)

Nov. 24 at Harrisburg, Virginia,  3 p.m
Delaware (7-4) at James Madison (8-3)

Nov. 24 at Towson, Maryland, 2 p.m.
Duquesne (8-3) at Towson (7-4)

Nov. 24 at Spartanburg, South Carolina,  2 p.m
Elon (6-4) at Wofford (8-3)

Nov. 24 at Thibodaux, Louisiana, 4 p.m
San Diego (9-2) at Nicholls St. (8-3)

Nov. 24 at Cedar Falls, Iowa, 5 p.m
Lamar (7-4) at UNI (6-5)

Nov. 24 at Jacksonville, Alabama, 7:30 p.m
ETSU (8-3) at Jacksonville St. (8-3)

Nov. 24 at Cape Girardeau, Missouri, 2 p.m
Stony Brook (7-4) at Southeast Mo. St. (8-3)

Following weekend, 2nd round games 

Dec. 1 at Fargo, North Dakota, 3 p.m
Incarnate Word/Montana St. winner at #1 North Dakota St. (11-0)

Dec. 1 at Hamilton, New York, 1 p.m
Delaware/James Madison winner at #8 Colgate (9-1)

Dec. 1 at Brookings, South Dakota, 3 p.m
Duquesne/Towson at #5 South Dakota St. (8-2)

Dec. 1 at Kennesaw, Georgia, 2 p.m
Elon/Wofford winner at #4 Kennesaw St. (10-1)

Dec. 1 at Cheney, Washington, 5 p.m
San Diego/Nicholls St. winner at #3 Eastern Wash. (9-2)

Dec. 1 at Davis, California, 7 p.m
Lamar/UNI winner at #6 UC Davis (9-2)

Dec. 1 at Orono, Maine, Noon
ETSU/Jacksonville St. at #7 Maine (8-3)

Dec. 1 at Ogden, Utah
Stony Brook/Southeast Mo. St. winner at #2 Weber St. (9-2)