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University of Richmond's football team has traveled about 8,000 miles over the past two weeks. The players spent this week studying for and completing final exams. Their coach, Danny Rocco, has been vocal about potentially leaving Richmond after this season.
Depleted by injury and down by 17 points, in the same state of North Dakota where last season ended, the Richmond Spiders' season looked to be over. Quarterback Kevin Johnson seemed to have thrown away a redshirt season for just one playoff win, and coach Danny Rocco looked to be hours away from the beginning of his review of coaching offers from other schools.
Strong play from senior TJ Cline and freshman Nick Sherod were not enough to help Richmond overcome Wake Forest as the Spiders dropped their second straight game on Saturday.
Richmond football coach Danny Rocco will weigh coaching options outside of University of Richmond after his team's playoff run ends, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported Wednesday.
Richmond was able to overcome a season-ending injury to its starting quarterback and sail past North Carolina A&T in the first round of the FCS playoffs.
Richmond’s highly touted new recruiting class showed why there was so much hype surrounding them going into the season when the Spiders beat Robert Morris Sunday to advance to a 2–1 record.
The Richmond Spiders will host North Carolina A&T next Saturday, Nov. 26, at Robins Stadium in the first round of the FCS playoffs.
For the first time in at least four seasons, the Richmond Spiders found themselves without a reliable quarterback on Saturday.
Richmond was able to claw its way back from an 0–16 deficit, but couldn’t convert at the end of the game, losing to Old Dominion in a tight contest.
Richmond outlasted Delaware to reach win No. 8 for the season, all but assuring a playoff berth for the eighth-ranked Spiders.
Richmond freshman De’Monte Buckingham warms up before Richmond men’s basketball’s first game of the season against Virginia Military Institute (VMI) in the Robins Center at University of Richmond.
Spiders for Spiders, a student movement to help end sexual assault on campus, partnered with Safe Harbor for a two-part training event called Educate & Advocate. The trainings were held on Oct. 28 and Nov. 4 for Richmond students.
The Richmond Spiders men’s basketball team hopes to bounce back from a 16–16 record last year (7–11 in conference) in its first home game against VMI in the Robin’s Center Friday night.
A statistically impressive performance from Richmond quarterback Kyle Lauletta and a fourth-quarter explosion from receiver Brian Brown were not enough to help the Spiders beat James Madison on Saturday.
This week's football rivalry between Richmond and James Madison was renewed early when Dukes fans dressed the E. Claiborne Robins statue in the Jepson Quad in a JMU jersey on Monday.
Richmond football coach Danny Rocco said he told his team during halftime of Saturday's game to "break their will to win," referring to the Elon Phoenix who trailed the Spiders by six points.
Richmond seniors TJ Cline and Shawndre’ Jones have been named to Preseason All-Atlantic 10 teams, increasing the excitement for the team’s coming season.
Earlier this week, Richmond football coach Danny Rocco said he expected his team's Homecoming game against No. 13 Villanova to be close.
Richmond football will be without star players David Jones and Xavier Goodall for the rest of the season after they both suffered injuries in last Saturday's win over Albany, coach Danny Rocco said Monday.
Richmond football leaned on a new weapon Saturday in a top-25 battle that took three overtimes to decide a winner.