2000 Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens football
ConferenceAtlantic 10 Conference
Ranking
Sports NetworkNo. 3
2000 record12–2 (7–1 A-10)
Head coachTubby Raymond (35th season)
Offensive coordinatorTed Kempski (33rd season)
Offensive schemeDelaware Wing-T
Defensive coordinatorBob Sabol (10th season)
Home stadiumDelaware Stadium
(Capacity: 22,000)
Seasons
← 1999
2001 →

Template:2000 Atlantic 10 Conference football standings The 2000 Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens football team represented the University of Delaware in NCAA Division I-AA college football in its fourth season as a member of the Atlantic 10 Conference (A–10). They were led by Tubby Raymond, who was in his 35th season as head coach of the Fightin' Blue Hens. The team played its home games at Delaware Stadium in Newark, Delaware.

Schedule[edit | edit source]

DateTimeOpponentRankSiteResultAttendance
September 212:00 PMat Rhode IslandW 29–73,016
September 97:00 PMThe Citadel*No. 13W 38–022,075
September 167:00 PMat Hofstra*W 44–147,706
September 237:00 PMWest Chester*
  • Delaware Stadium
  • Newark, Delaware
W 84–021,152
September 301:00 PMNortheastern
  • Delaware Stadium
  • Newark, Delaware
W 42–017,811
October 71:00 PMat No. 16 RichmondNo. 7W 24–1713,100
October 141:00 PMat William & MaryNo. 4W 28–177,416
October 2812:00 PMNo. 15 James MadisonNo. 2
  • Delaware Stadium
  • Newark, Delaware (Rivalry)
W 33–1422,009
November 41:00 PMNew Hampshire
  • Delaware Stadium
  • Newark, Delaware
L 44–45 OT21,854
November 1112:00 PMat No. 21 MassachusettsW 31–198,680
November 181:00 PMVillanova
W 59–4222,020
November 2512:00 PMPortland State*
W 49–1412,945
December 212:00 PMLehigh*
  • Delaware Stadium
  • Newark, Delaware (NCAA I–AA Quarterfinal)
W 49–2216,390
December 912:00 PMGeorgia Southern*
  • Delaware Stadium
  • Newark, Delaware (NCAA I–AA Semifinal)
L 18–2715,035

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