Postgame Notes: No 20/23 Richmond 23, Delaware 17
- The Robins Stadium sell-out was the fifth this season. Since opening prior to the 2010 year, Richmond has sold out 14 games at Robins Stadium and today was the 10th consecutive sell-out dating back to 2011.
-Richmond ended its home slate with a 4-1 mark, its best home record since 2010 (the Spiders won five home games, with the only loss to Delaware).
- The offensive line for Richmond allowed three sacks in the game. The Spiders have only allowed four sacks all year, which leads the nation in fewest sacks allowed.
- Since the 2004 season, Richmond is 54-5, 6-0 in 2012 when leading at the half.
- Richmond outscored Delaware 3-0 in the third quarter. In the 2012 season, Richmond is now outscoring opponents 110-27 in the third quarter.
- Richmond had four interceptions in the game, bringing its season total to a league-leading 23 picks. This was the eighth consecutive game that the Spiders recorded at least one interception.
- The Spiders incurred a season-high nine penalties for 78 yards in the game.
- Richmond blocked a punt late in the third quarter, marking the first blocked punt since Villanova (10/6/12).
- The Spiders finished the game with a +4 turnover differential. Richmond now has a +20 margin on the season, which is the second best in the nation.
- Senior RB Kendall Gaskins had two touchdowns in the game, bringing his season total to 14. Gaskins now ranks second all-time in school history with 36 career touchdowns. (Gaskins moved ahead of Spider great Josh Vaughan with the scores).
- Redshirt senior DB Darryl Hamilton had two interceptions in the game, giving him five for the season. Hamilton's five picks are tied with DB Doug Howell for the team-lead. Hamilton also had a career-high two pass breakups.
- Redshirt sophomore LB Eric Wright had the first fumble recovery of his career in the third quarter. Wright also set a career high with 10 tackles.
- Sophomore DB Rodney Barnes blocked a punt in the third quarter, his second of the season.
- Redshirt sophomore QB Michael Strauss threw his first interception of the season in the third quarter.
- Sophomore WR Rashad Ponder set career highs in receptions (5), receiving yards (84) and long reception (29 yards).
- Junior DB Wayne Pettus recorded an interception in the second quarter, which was his third interception of the season
- Redshirt senior DB Cooper Taylor had one interception in the fourth quarter, his fourth of the season. Taylor also set a career-high with one sack, and matched career-bests for forced fumbles (1) and pass breakups (2).
- Redshirt junior DL B.J. Scott set a career-high with two sacks in the game.
- Junior LB Walt Sparks had three tackles in the game, marking a career-high.