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#7 Richmond ousts #13 William & Mary, 48-13

william & maryThe No. 13 William & Mary football team fell at seventh-seeded Richmond, 48-13, in the second round of the NCAA Playoffs on Saturday afternoon.

Despite the season-ending loss, W&M’s successful 2015 campaign included nine victories and a share of the Colonial Athletic Association title.

Richmond (9-3) outgained the Tribe (9-4), 448-214, and piled up 302 yards on the ground. UR tailback Jacobi Green provided much of that production, as he rushed for 141 yards on 25 carries with three touchdowns.

Junior running back Kendell Anderson scored the Tribe’s lone touchdown and rushed for 63 yards on 14 carries. In doing so, he joined former W&M All-American Jonathan Grimes as one of just two players in school history to rush for more than 1,400 yards in a season (1,418).

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