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Richmond will look to end its season on a four-game winning streak as it takes on rival William and Mary on Saturday at Robins Stadium.
After winning its first conference game last week, Richmond travels to Long Island to face Stony Brook, another new CAA opponent.
Richmond (2-6, 0-4 CAA) will look to get its first conference win this week against Albany (1-7, 0-4). The game is Saturday at 4 p.m. at Robins Stadium.
Richmond has its hands full this week as the Spiders welcome Terrance West, the leading rusher in the FCS, and #6 Towson to Robins Stadium.
Richmond (2-4, 0-2 CAA) will look to bounce back after consecutive conference losses at the Rhode Island Rams (2-5, 1-3) on Saturday.
The Spiders return to action after a bye week looking to change the direction of their season as they face the James Madison Dukes.
Richmond’s rivalry game with VCU will become an A-10 conference affair for the first time. Can the Spiders upset the 19th-ranked Rams in the Robins Center?
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.
At 6-3 and ranked 20th, UR football is in the playoff discussion. The Spiders continue their recent success when they face Delaware at home Sat. for Senior Day.
After its bye week, nationally-ranked University of Richmond is back at Robins Stadium for its Homecoming game against CAA opponent Rhode Island.