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Postgame Notes No. 21 Richmond 34, No. 19/22 W&M 20
Courtesy: Richmond Athletics
Release: 11/22/2014
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Team Notes
- With the 34-20 win at No. 19/22 William & Mary, the Spiders have now won the Capital Cup for three-straight seasons and have come out the victor in “The Oldest Rivalry in the South” in eight of the last 10 games.

- With the victory, Richmond head coach Danny Rocco improves to 9-2 in the month of November in three seasons at the helm of the Spider program and to 23-6 in the month in nine total seasons as a head coach.

- With the game tied at 10-10 at the end of the first quarter, Richmond has now outscored opponents, 107-43, in the first 15 minutes. W&M was only the fifth opponent to score in the first quarter this season against the Spiders.

- The Spiders improved to 7-0 when leading at halftime this season.

- Richmond also improved to 7-0 when scoring 30 or more points this year.

Player Notes
- WR Reggie Diggs moved in to eighth place on Richmond’s single-season receiving yards list with 885 yards this season (53 yards today).

- Diggs notched his first career multi-touchdown day with a pair of receiving scores – a 13-yarder and a two-yarder. Diggs has a team-high five receiving TDs this season.

- WR Brian Brown moved in to ninth place on Richmond’s single-season receiving yards list with 874 this season (56 yards today).

- RB Seth Fisher’s pair of touchdown runs (1, 42) marked his team-leading 13th and 14th TDs of the season – his ninth and 10th rushing scores of the year.

- Fisher’s 14 TDs rank in a tie for fifth place all-time on Richmond’s single-season touchdown list.

- With his 29 completions today, QB Michael Strauss now has 191 for the season – ranking seventh all-time on Richmond’s single-season list.

- Fisher’s 42-yard touchdown run marked a career-long rush for the redshirt junior.

- PK Peter Yoder’s pair of field goals in the first half (24, 23) were his 17th and 18th made field goals of the season respectively.

- Yoder is now tied for the single-season school record with 18 FGM and ranks in a tie for eighth place on the career list with his 18 FGM.

- DL Justin Williamson’s sack in the fourth quarter gives him a team-leading 7.0 for the season.

- DB Ayo Ogunniyi’s interception in the second quarter was his third of the season – tying him for the team lead with LB Aaron Roane.

- Strauss connected with Diggs on a 13-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter – the 15th this season for Strauss and the 50th of his career.

- DL Winston Craig’s sack was his second of the season.


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