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Needing a win against the College of William & Mary to keep its playoff chances alive, the University of Richmond instead lost, 41-3, Saturday evening in Williamsburg, Va. William & Mary's strong defense held the Spiders to 263 total yards (87 of which came in the fourth when both sides used substitutes), well below the 278 yards Richmond averaged heading into the game.
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — For the first time since 2006, there won't be any playoff football in Richmond this year.
With the way the defense has played so far this season, it should come as no surprise that linebacker Eric McBride and defensive tackle Martin Parker helped set up a Richmond touchdown. But what was surprising was the manner in which they did that.
No. 18 Richmond will travel to No. 6 William & Mary Saturday in need of a win to make its fourth-straight playoff appearance.
Richmond overcame five turnovers to defeat the University of Rhode Island, 15-6, and keep its playoff hopes alive headed into the season finale against William & Mary.
The 2010 senior class has led Richmond to 41 wins and three playoff appearances, including two conference titles (2007 and 2009) and the 2008 FCS National Championship.
The University of Richmond football seniors earned this win.
For one last time, the seniors for the University of Richmond will put on the home jersey on Saturday against the University of Rhode Island.
Don't look now, but the recent national champions are poised for a playoff run.
Sophomore kicker Wil Kamin made a 20-yard field goal in overtime to give the Spiders a 13-10 win and keep their playoff hopes alive. Richmond improved to 5-4 on the season and 10-1 all time in overtime games. One of those wins came earlier this season, with a 27-21 victory over Elon in the Robins Stadium opener.
It seems to be a mandate whenever the University of Richmond plays James Madison University: There must be late-game heroics. And Saturday evening's game between those two schools not only met that mandate, it exceeded the mandate.
It may only be the beginning of November, but for the University of Richmond, the remaining three football games all have a December feel to them.
An injury-plagued University of Richmond team struggled to move the ball on offense against the defending national champion Villanova University Wildcats in a 28-7 loss on Saturday in Philadelphia, Pa.
When University of Richmond fans watch their team play at home, they encounter a number of new things. Each week seems to bring a new starter to the lineup as injuries mount, and the fans get a new view at the E. Claiborne Robins Stadium. But the biggest change may be the appearance of the players.
The University of Richmond defeated Towson University 28-6 on Saturday in the first homecoming game played at Robins Stadium.
Looking at the stats from the past two weeks, it's hard to ask the Richmond defense to improve. But that hasn't stopped Richmond coach Latrell Scott from demanding more from his defense.
This year has been a season of highs and lows for the University of Richmond football team. Everything from injuries to dramatic wins to the opening E. Claiborne Robins Stadium has caused Richmond fans to endure a roller-coaster season.
AMHERST, Mass. — A 15-yard touchdown pass by freshman quarterback Montel White to Tre Gray with nine seconds left in the game gave the University of Richmond an improbable 11-10 victory over the University of Massachusetts Saturday afternoon at McGuirk Stadium.
AMHERST, Mass. — Given a chance to show his skill in a pressure situation, true freshman quarterback Montel White came through in grand fashion.
The latest injury to the University of Richmond football team may be the toughest for the team to overcome.