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Richmond was dominant in its season opener, defeating Liberty University, 84-42, led by senior Darien Brother’s 19 points in the Robins Center.
On Homecoming, the Richmond Spiders got their first shutout of the season, defeating Rhode Island, 39-0, thanks to five interception by the UR defense.
Richmond picked up its biggest win of the season, defeating No. 2 James Madison, 35-29, despite a nearly miraculous comeback by the Dukes.
University of Richmond football ended up on the wrong side of a back-and-forth game on the road against CAA opponent, New Hampshire, falling, 44-40.
University of Richmond football picked up a big win on the road, 28-17, against CAA foe Villanova University thanks to its run game and defense.
Richmond’s fourth-quarter comeback attempt fell just short, as the Spiders fell, 45-37, to ODU despite scoring 20 unanswered points in the final 15 minutes.
Richmond football picked up its second win in a row, this time on the road, 47-6, against the VMI Keydets. The Spiders scored 4 third quarter TD’s.
Richmond football snapped its nine-game losing streak in its 2012 home opener, 41-8, over Gardner-Webb Saturday in a game that was delayed 86 minutes.
Richmond football lost, 43-19, to University of Virginia in its 2012 season opener. The game served as Danny Rocco’s first as Spiders head coach.