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Despite a career-high 29 points from Cedrick Lindsay, Richmond lost to No. 24, 82-72. It plays the loses of No. 3 Louisville/Fairfield tomorrow.
Richmond beat Hofstra, 74-63, as the Spiders shot 8-26 from three-point range and were out-rebounded, 44-37. The Spiders’ next game is Saturday against No. 9 UNC.
Michael Strauss threw for 360 yards and five touchdowns and Ben Edwards had 150 receiving yards and two touchdowns as the Spiders beat Stony Brook, 39-31.
Terrance West’s 272 rushing yards and five touchdowns propelled Towson over the Spiders, who have now lost six of its last seven games.
Richmond lost its third consecutive conference game despite not allowing a touchdown at Rhode Island on Saturday.
Richmond closed the deficit with a fourth-quarter comeback, but the Spiders fell at James Madison, 38-31, despite throwing for more than 400 yards.
Jacobi Greene and Ben Edwards led Richmond over Liberty 30-21.
University of Richmond, led by a combined 42 points from Cedrick Lindsay and Greg Robbins, fought off St. Bonaventure to win, 83-80, in overtime.
Richmond came back to within five points late in the game, but Saint Louis was able to hold on and hand UR its first conference home loss, 56-46.
A pair of clutch shots and made free throws down the stretch helped give Richmond the conference victory at home, 73-71, over the Xavier Musketeers.