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William & Mary cruises past Penn 27-14

WILLIAMSBURG, Pa. -- Mikal Abdul-Saboor rushed for a game-high 100 yards and three touchdowns as William & Mary defeated Penn 27-14 in a nonconference game on Saturday.

The Tribe (4-2) cruised to a 21-0 lead before Penn (2-2) launched a rally in the fourth quarter, scoring quickly on a pair of Billy Ragone TD passes to Ryan O'Malley and pulling to within a touchdown with nearly eight minutes to play.

William & Mary then launched a grinder of a drive, covering 75 yards with 12 rushes by Abdul-Saboor and Jarrell Cooper that ate nearly six of the final eight minutes. Abdul-Saboor -- who rushed seven times on the drive -- scored from the 1. He finished with 23 carries.

Ragone was sacked deep in his own territory on Penn's game-opening drive, fumbling the ball at the 12. Abdul-Saboor pounded for five carries to score and put William & Mary up 7-0.

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2015 Ivy League Standings

TEAMCONFOVR
Dartmouth6-19-1
Harvard6-19-1
Penn6-17-3
Yale3-46-4
Brown3-45-5
Princeton2-55-5
Columbia1-62-8
Cornell1-61-9

2015 Colonial Athletic Association Standings

TEAMCONFOVR
Richmond6-210-4
James Madison6-29-3
William & Mary6-29-4
Towson5-37-4
New Hampshire5-37-5
Villanova5-36-5
Stony Brook3-55-5
Delaware3-54-7
Elon3-54-7
Maine3-53-8
Albany2-63-8
Rhode Island1-71-10