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W&M Football Announces 2012 Schedule

William and Mary Director of Athletics Terry Driscoll has announced the release of the Tribe’s 2012 football schedule, which is highlighted by five home games at Zable Stadium and a season-opening trip to Atlantic Coast Conference foe Maryland.

imageW&M will open the season at Maryland on Sept. 1, marking the second time in the last seven years the College has begun its campaign in College Park. The teams last met in the 2006 season opener when Maryland earned a 27-14 victory, which was the Terps first win against W&M in three meetings.

After setting a single-season home attendance record last fall (11,014), the Tribe will look to continue building upon that success when it hosts Lafayette on Sept. 8. W&M will enter its initial meeting against the Leopards looking for its fifth consecutive home-opening victory.

The College will begin conference play the following weekend with a trip to Towson, the defending league champions. W&M will then host a pair of CAA opponents, as it welcomes Delaware and Georgia State to Williamsburg on Sept. 22 and Sept. 29, respectively. The Tribe has defeated the Blue Hens in each of the last two meetings played at Zable Stadium, while the contest versus GSU, which will be part of Family Weekend, will mark the teams’ first-ever meeting.

W&M will take a break from its CAA slate when it plays at Penn on Oct. 6. It will mark the sixth all-time meeting between the two programs, and the first since 1995, as the College controls the series, 4-1.

A matchup at James Madison is scheduled for Oct. 13 and will be the Tribe’s final game before its bye week.

Following the open date, W&M will return to action when it hosts Maine for Homecoming on Oct. 27 before road games at New Hampshire (Nov. 3) and Old Dominion (Nov. 10).

W&M will close out the regular season with a home game against Richmond, as the Tribe will look to claim the Capital Cup for the third consecutive season. The contest will mark the 122nd meeting between the two programs.

Kickoff times will be announced at a later date.

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