EASTON, Pa. -- Mikal Abdul-Saboor ran for 103 yards and two touchdowns to power William & Mary to a 34-6 victory over Lafayette Saturday night.
Abdul-Saboor continues his strong start for the Tribe (2-1) after rushing for a career-high 111 yards in a victory over Hampton last week.
William & Mary's defense also had a strong showing, forcing four Lafayette turnovers. Marcus Harvey and Airek Green each returned an interception for a touchdown in the first half, helping push the Tribe to a 27-3 half time lead.
Zach Zweizig led Lafayette (0-2) with 225 yards passing, completing 28 of his 42 attempts and hitting nine different receivers. Ryan Gralish accounted for the Leopards only scoring, hitting two field goals.
With starting quarterback Thomas Sirk out indefinitely with a torn Achilles, Duke will turn to Parker Boehme to lead the offense.
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