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Seth Fisher finished with 131 yards rushing and two touchdowns, as Richmond finished 2013 on a four-game win streak, defeating William & Mary, 31-20.
Check out live in-game updates as Richmond takes on rival William & Mary in the “South’s Oldest Rivalry,” in Robins Stadium.
Returning to the mound Tuesday after a lat injury, senior Jacob Mayers pitched and hit well in the final innings of the Spiders’ game against William and Mary.
Richmond kept its perfect home record alive, defeating in-state rival William & Mary, 86-78, in double overtime thanks to two last-minute comebacks.
The Spiders survived a gritty effort from William & Mary, pulling out the victory, 86-78, in double-overtime. Five UR players finished in double figures.
In a back-and-forth game, the Spiders head into halftime up two points, 34-32, over in-state rival William & Mary. Darien Brothers leads UR with 13 points.
Richmond moved to 8-3, defeating William & Mary, 21-14, in a game that came down to the final play. The win puts the Spiders in position to make the playoffs.
Follow along with live in-game updates from Williamsburg, Va., where the Richmond is taking on William & Mary with a possible FCS playoff bid on the line.
In its regular season finale, Richmond football will travel to Williamsburg, Va., to take on rival William & Mary with FCS playoff hopes on the line.
Richmond finished its season with its eighth-straight loss. This one came off a touchdown by William & Mary with two seconds remaining.