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Monday, July 04, 2022

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Spiders upset attempt falls short, lose to ODU, 42-28

NORFOLK, Va. -- After coming back to tie the game at 28 early in the fourth quarter, University of Richmond was unable to score any more points, falling to Old Dominion University, 42-28, the Spiders' sixth straight defeat. Richmond trailed through most of the game, going down 8-0 two minutes into the game on a 14-yard pass from ODU quarterback Taylor Heinicke to receiver Larry Pinkard, but tied the game three minutes into the fourth quarter when redshirt freshman receiver Stephen Barnette caught a 14-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Aaron Corp. On the touchdown grab, Barnette went high into the air and pulled the ball down with one hand with a defender on top of him.


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In-Game Blog: Richmond at Old Dominion

4th Quarter, 0:00- The Monarchs elect to go for it, and DeMarco runs for it. They let the clock run out, and the final score is: ODU 42, UR 28. 4th Quarter, 0:35- ODU calls a timeout, facing a 4th and 1 from the UR 12. 4th Quarter, 1:55- The ODU crowd is on its feet as backup quarterback Thomas DeMarco enters the game.


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UMass hands Spiders fifth-straight loss, 28-7

After only giving up only seven first-quarter points through its first seven games, University of Richmond allowed 21 to University of Massachusetts, resulting in the Spiders' fifth consecutive loss, 28-7. The loss is just Richmond's second by greater than three points (the other being to James Madison University, 31-7), but all five have come to opponents in the Colonial Athletic Association.


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In-Game Blog: Richmond vs Massachusetts

4th Quarter, 0:00- The game comes to a close on a three-yard loss by Turner. UMass hands the Spiders their fifth straight loss, 28-7. 4th Quarter, 0:20- Gray returns the UMass punt to near midfield as the game approaches its end. 4th Quarter, 2:49- Laub gets sacked twice in three plays, forcing a Spiders punt which is fair caught at the UMass 29. 4th Quarter, 3:58- Impressive one-handed catch by Finney on a lob pass from Laub.


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Spiders lose chance at playoffs with loss to Maine

The beginning to the denouement of Richmond's season started with a Spider touchdown. For a season that started with such promise, it was a fitting way to go down. After a touchdown run by Garrett Turner, which was set up by an interception by Cooper Taylor, kicker Wil Kamin's extra point was blocked - the second time that happened Saturday -- and returned for two points by Maine.


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Damaged: concussions affecting former football player

Chris Hurlburt came to Richmond from Vienna, Va., to play football, but after suffering his seventh concussion during summer training camp in 2010, he was forced to quit. Hurlburt walked-on to the team as a fullback, a position based on running the ball and blocking for the quarterback and other running back. During training camp the summer of 2010, Hurlburt suffered his sixth concussion.


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Last-second field goal gives Towson 31-28 win

TOWSON, Md. ? With the game tied, DJ Stoven kicked a game-winning 27-yard field goal for Towson University as time expired to hand the University of Richmond its third-consecutive loss, 31-28. While the field goal directly ended the game, the play likely haunting the Spiders defense came four plays earlier.


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In-Game Blog: Richmond at Towson

4th Quarter, 0:00- The kick is up and good. Towson players and coaches rush onto the field to congratulate their kicker, as Richmond falls, 31-28. 4th Quarter, 0:04- Richmond now calls a timeout of its own, attempting to ice the kicker. 4th Quarter, 0:04- Towson calls a timeout with the ball at the 11-yard line.


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Spiders suffer second-straight loss, fall 31-7 to JMU

HARRISONBURG, Va.-- The Richmond offense generated a season-low 118 total net yards, and the University of Richmond lost its second-straight game to a conference opponent, 31-7, to James Madison University. The game, played Saturday afternoon at Bridgeforth Stadium, served as the Dukes' Homecoming game, and the home team likely pleased the sell-out crowd. Richmond quarterback Aaron Corp was sacked seven times, and the offense as a whole was only able to pick up eight first downs. "We didn't execute well enough especially on the offensive side of the ball to win the game," Richmond interim coach Wayne Lineburg said. On defense, after shutting out the Dukes through the first quarter, the Spiders allowed almost 300 yards rushing despite JMU's star tailback, Dae'Quan Scott, suffering shoulder injury early in the second quarter. "To cut off their running attack, we just needed to execute the schemes a little better," Richmond linebacker Darius McMillan said.


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In-Game Blog: Richmond at James Madison

4th Quarter, 0:00- The clock runs out, and JMU wins by a final score of 31-7. The Dukes up its record to 4-1 (2-0 CAA), while the Spiders fall to 3-2 (0-2 CAA). 4th Quarter, 3:19- Even the JMU band is starting to leave the stands, as the Dukes look to run out the clock on this inevitable victory. 4th Quarter, 8:24- JMU tacks on another three points, adding a 44-yard field goal to up its lead to 31-7.