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Spider Gameday Central: No. 12/13 New Hampshire
Courtesy: Richmond Athletics
Release: 10/10/2012
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Who Richmond Spiders (4-2, 2-1) vs. No. 12/13 New Hampshire Wildcats (4-2, 2-1) 
When Saturday, October 13 - 12 PM
Where  Durham, N.H. | Weather | Campus Maps
Venue Cowell Stadium | Tickets | Directions | Parking
Radio ESPN 950 AM |     
TV CSN-MA, CSN-NE, TSN-P | TV Information
Live Stats
Game Notes Richmond | New Hampshire | CAA
Pregame Media    Coach Rocco CAA Teleconference | Coach Rocco Press Conference
Coach McDonnell CAA Teleconference
Social Media Twitter | Facebook

Offensive Line Leading the Country
The Richmond Spiders are leading the nation heading into this weekend, having allowed just one sack all year.  The Spiders are tied with The Citadel atop the category, having given up just one sack against then No.4-ranked Old Dominion on September 29.

Ball-Hawking Defense
Coming into Saturday's game against New Hampshire, the Richmond Spiders have totaled 11 interceptions in just six contests - tied for the CAA lead with the aforementioned Wildcats.  DB Cooper Taylor is tied for the conference lead with three, while DB's Darryl Hamilton and Doug Howell each have two.

On This Date in Spider Football History
On October 13, 1917, the Richmond Spiders opened the season with a 28-0 victory over William & Mary in the 25th meeting between the two institutions.  The Tribe and Spiders will meet later this season in what will be the 122nd game in the "South's oldest football rivalry".

Gaskins Continues Climb
With his 1-yard touchdown run against Villanova on October 6, senior FB Kendall Gaskins scored his sixth TD of the season and the 28th of his illustrious career.  Gaskins now ranks fourth on the Spiders' all-time scoring list, just one behind Uly Scott.  Tim Hightower is the school record-holder with 39.

Spiders Snap Streak at Villanova
With their hard-fought, 28-17 victory at Villanova on October 6, the Richmond Spiders captured their first road win in the series since the 2000 season.  The win also snapped an overall three-game losing streak to the Wildcats.

Hamilton Comes Up Huge
With the Spiders holding a late lead at Villanova in the fourth quarter, redshirt senior DB Darryl Hamilton stopped two late Wildcat drives with his first two interceptions of the season.  Hamilton also totaled four tackles in the Spider victory.

Stephen Barnette Posts First 100-Yard Game
In the Spiders' 28-17 win over Villanova on October 6, WR Stephen Barnette reeled in five catches for a career-best 110 yards, including a 19-yard touchdown.  The 100-yard receiving game was the first for Barnette in his career.

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