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Coaching experience with the Dallas Cowboys, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Cincinnati Bengals and Arizona Cardinals, as well as personal experience playing in the NFL, are just a few of the bullet points on the resume belonging to John Garrett, Richmond’s new offensive coordinator.
With National Signing Day in the books, Richmond football coach Danny Rocco is excited about his new class of players and said he felt his team filled its most dire needs on signing day.
The funeral Mass for Kurt Schmitz has been set for 11 a.m. Saturday Dec. 6 at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in his hometown of Haskell, New Jersey, according to an email from University Chaplain Craig Kocher.
The Richmond Spiders of early November looked like a mediocre football team. But the Richmond Spiders of the past two weeks have looked like a dangerous and formidable playoff team.
The Richmond Spiders played perhaps their most complete game all season at William & Mary, defeating the Tribe and earning a spot in the FCS playoffs for the first time under coach Danny Rocco.
Update: If the Spiders win at William and Mary on Saturday, they will earn a playoff spot.
Richmond football battled Liberty University on Saturday in a nail-biter that featured a homecoming for head coach Danny Rocco and a few members of his coaching staff, broken records for Liberty and a stellar performance from a Richmond running back.
End of Game: Strauss fires over the middle to Reggie Diggs who trys to lateral to Brian Brown. However, the backward pitch falls to the turf though, and the clock winds down. The Spiders let a big one slip through their fingers as New Hampshire wins 29-26.
Richmond football defeated Hampton 42-17 Saturday night in Robins Stadium.
Richmond football will try to avoid back-to-back losses this Saturday when they host Hampton University.
After dominating in their first game of the season, the Richmond Spiders got a taste of their own medicine Saturday as the University of Virginia Cavaliers beat Richmond, 45-13. The Spiders came out swinging, taking the first possession of the game all the way to the redzone, but came away with only a field goal to show for it. On Virginia's first possession, the Richmond defense forced a punt after a single first down, but it was all Cavaliers from that point on.
End of Game: T.J. Moon runs it one more time as the clock mercifully hits all zeros. The final score from Charlottesville: Virginia 45 - Richmond 13. Tune in next week as the Spiders return home to take on Hampton. Until then Spider fans, thanks for reading.
The No. 17 Richmond Spiders will head to Charlottesville to face University of Virginia Saturday, coming off of a 55-10 victory over the Morehead State Eagles. After dominating in every facet of the game against the Eagles, the Spiders will need to perform at a near-perfect level to keep up with a Virginia team on the opposite end of the competitive spectrum than Morehead. That being said, let’s take a look at the three biggest storylines for Saturday's game.
Richmond football is approaching this season with more leadership, confidence and experience than the team has had in years.
Richmond football will open its season Saturday in the Robins Stadium against Morehead State.
The University of Richmond football team concluded its spring season when the offense outscored the defense 51-29 in the annual spring game at the E. Claiborne Robins Stadium on Saturday.
Every morning when Sherman Logan wakes and struggles to get out of bed he reflects on his football career. He knows his joint pain may improve throughout the day, but he knows his senses will not. His hearing is muffled and his sense of smell is virtually nonexistent.
Richmond football suffered yet another blow, as record-setting placekicker Brandon Jordi left the team.
University of Richmond starting quarterback Michael Strauss suffered an injury on his throwing shoulder during practice Tuesday, per Richmond Athletics. He did not return to practice, and his return to spring practice is questionable.
Final Score: University of Richmond- 31, College of William & Mary- 20