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After building a 35-19 lead late in the 4th quarter, Richmond was forced to hold off a JMU comeback to pull off the upset against the 2nd-ranked Dukes, 35-19.
Held at the University of Richmond in 1992, the debate was the first ever to feature questions from the audience. Last week, a panel discussed the debate’s importance and lessons for today.
Richmond picked up its biggest win of the season, defeating No. 2 James Madison, 35-29, despite a nearly miraculous comeback by the Dukes.
A discussion led by President Edward Ayers that was meant to restore a sense of the drama and importance to the Emancipation Proclamation will air on C-SPAN3 on Oct. 27 and 28.
Follow along with live in-game updates as Richmond football takes on CAA conference foe James Madison, ranked second in the FCS, in Robins Stadium.
On a penalty corner that extended past regulation time, the University of Richmond Field Hockey team scored to extend its winning streak to seven games.