WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- Kendall Gaskins rushed for one touchdown and caught a pass for another to lead Richmond to a 21-14 win against William & Mary on Saturday in the regular-season finale for both teams.
With the victory and Towson's 64-35 win over New Hampshire, Richmond (8-2, 6-2 Colonial Athletic Association) claimed a share of the CAA title. It's the Spiders' 11th overall conference championship in program history and the third CAA title (2007, 2009).
The Spiders' Michael Strauss threw for 222 yards, and Ben Edwards caught a career-high 13 passes, pushing his season total to 80 this season, which ties for the second-most in school history. Edwards' 13 receptions were also a CAA-high this season.
Michael Graham passed for 196 yards and two TDs for the Tribe (2-9, 1-7).
SVP analyzes Jim Harbaugh's vague tweet criticizing the SEC for whining about his satellite camps, and reminds us of the coach doing some whining of his own during the season.
Texas A&M's Noel Mazzone talks with SEC Network's Kayce Smith about his decision to join the Aggies as the new offensive coordinator.
Florida linebacker Jarrad Davis discusses why he decided to return to Gainesville for his senior year.
Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn discusses how the Tigers went after big playmakers over the past few years.
Former University of Houston security guard Derrick Dewayne Hicks was indicted on Wednesday for an assault following UH's win in the AAC title game last December, according to multiple reports.
Tony Kornheiser suggests the SEC is looking to ban the Michigan football team from spending spring break in Florida because they fear Jim Harbaugh.
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