Spider Football players from both sides of the line sit down together to talk about their similarities, differences and fun stories from battles in the trenches.
For the first time in nearly five months, the University of Richmond football team took the field at Robins Stadium on a beautiful Saturday afternoon for the annual spring game. Using a different set of scoring metrics, the defense stole the show, defeating the offense, 53-33 and delivering several big plays and big hits throughout the afternoon.
It's been 132 days since the Spider football team took to the field at Robins in front of their fans. Tomorrow, they will hit the field for the annual Spring Game, pitting a newly-lead offense against a newly-led defense with new coordinators in both positions.
Coming off a #3 final national ranking and a spot in the FCS Semifinals, the University of Richmond football program will host its annual spring game on Saturday, April 16 at 1 p.m. at Robins Stadium. Admission to the event is FREE!
The University of Richmond football team took to the Robins Stadium turf on Saturday morning with a chill in the air and even a little bit of snow swirling from time to time.
David Jones - The Return
The final practice, prior to next weekend's Spring Game, with refs brought out a ton of emotion and enthusiasm on Thursday afternoon at Robins Stadium for day 10 of spring football for the University of Richmond.
With less than two weeks until the annual Spring Game, the University of Richmond football squad hit the field at Robins Stadium on a cool Tuesday afternoon for the ninth practice of their spring season.
Cloudy skies didn't damper the enthusiasm on day eight of spring ball for the University of Richmond football squad on Saturday morning at Robins Stadium.
At the halfway mark of spring practice, the Spiders met the media before session seven began in earnest on a warm Thursday at Robins Stadium. Head coach Danny Rocco, new defensive coordinator Chris Cosh and rising senior all-conference linebacker and captain Omar Howard were informative in their media opportunities, and, at times, lighthearted in their observations of spring ball.
There wasn't a cloud in the sky above Robins Stadium on Tuesday afternoon but there was plenty of wind swirling when the University of Richmond football team took the field for its sixth practice of the spring.
Before the sun broke the morning horizon, the University of Richmond football team took over Robins Stadium, strapping on the pads for an early morning day of spring football.