Caprio, William & Mary's third different starting quarterback this season, finished with 220 yards on 18-of-28 passing. His first touchdown pass, a 22-yarder to McBride, gave the Tribe (2-4) a 24-7 halftime lead.
Penn cut the deficit to 24-14 but Caprio's second touchdown pass, this time a 5-yarder to Sean Ballard, extended William & Mary's lead to 31-14 with 7:24 left in the third quarter.
McBride, who also hauled in seven passes in the Tribe's Sept. 22 matchup with Delaware, finished with 128 yards and has registered at least one reception of 20 yards or longer in the last six games.
Billy Ragone led Penn (1-3) with 207 yards and two touchdowns on 21-of-35 passing but was sacked four times.
There are many higher-profile players on the Buckeyes but none would be harder to replace than center Pat Elflein.
Missouri places two on the list of the Big 12's five greatest tight ends -- teammates Chase Coffman and Martin Rucker
Among the most scrutinized recruiting reforms was deregulating texting limitations between coaches and prospects. But recruiting reporter Erik McKinney spoke with recruiters and players, and their feelings on the matter may surprise.
The NCAA announced two rule changes this past April, and both were met with plenty of vitriol. The one that resounded the most in the immediate aftermath was the decision to ban satellite camps, which was hit with such backlash that it was soon overturned and satellite camps were reinstated.
You'd think 33 wins over three seasons would make a coach untouchable. Not so at Oregon, where Mark Helfrich is on less stable ground than his peers.
Western Kentucky commit Jared Nash launches this snap from the bleachers and successfully sinks it in the garbage can.
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