- With the setback at No. 19/21 James Madison, Richmond’s record against nationally ranked teams since 2007 fell to 21-18.
- With DB Justin Grant’s first career interception in the first quarter, Richmond extended its consecutive gams with an interception streak to 16 games. Over the stretch, the Spiders have picked off a total of 34 passes.
- The loss marked just the seventh for Richmond since 2004 when scoring at least 30 points. Richmond’s record when it scores at least 30 points since the start of the 2004 campaign is now 44-7.
- Richmond’s 41 completions and 64 attempts were both single-game school records. The 423 yards passing ranks third all-time in school history.
- QB Michael Strauss had one of the best passing days in Richmond history, setting school records for completions (41) and attempts (64). Strauss’ 423 passing yards rank second all-time.
- WR Ben Edwards moved in to eighth place on Richmond’s career receiving yards list with 1,932. Edwards had a game-high 13 receptions for 83 yards on the day.
- K Brandon Jordi tied the Richmond single-game record with his four field goals on the day. Jordi converted on 4-of-5 attempts. Jordi’s 13 points (4 FG, 1 XP) tie him for fourth place all-time.
- WR Reggie Diggs had a career-day, setting high marks with eight receptions for 136 yards, including a long of 37 yards.
- LB Eric Wright set career-highs with his 3.0 sacks and his 3.0 tackles for loss.
- DB Reggie Barnette had a career-high 2.0 tackles for loss. Barnette ended the game with a team-high nine tackles.
- WR Rashad Ponder set a career-high with his long reception of 31 yards. Ponder finished the game with seven receptions for 68 yards.
- WR Shane Savage set Richmond highs with his 68 yards receiving and with his long reception of 22 yards.