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).
The Mountaineers have enough experience and quality depth throughout their offense to be Big 12 contenders.
The Badgers are looking for big things from outside linebacker T.J. Watt in 2016 after a strong spring performance.
Brian Kelly talks about the quarterback competition between DeShone Kizer and Malik Zaire.
The on-again, off-again, on-again satellite camp saga was brought to the fore by Jim Harbaugh, drew the SEC's ire and sparked strife in the Pac-12.
Notre Dame coach Brian Kelly talks about why teams should draft Jaylon Smith and says he can positively change the character of a team.
Why do you think the NCAA reversed its decision and will now allow summer satellite football camps? #SatelliteCamps
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