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Breaking News, William and Mary Tribe football defeats Towson..

The No. 16/19 William and Mary football team limited Towson to just seven yards of total offense in the second half as it extended its winning streak to four games with a 34-14 victory on Saturday afternoon. With the win, the Tribe improves its record to 6-2 overall and 4-1 in conference play, while the Tigers fall to 3-6 overall and 1-4 in league play.

After trailing 14-7 at halftime, the College outscored the Tigers 27-0 following the intermission. In addition to limiting TU to just seven yards of total offense in the final two quarters, W&M also came up with a pair of second half interceptions and recovered a fumble. Offensively, the Tribe totaled 296 yards of total offense in the second half and dominated time of possession, 21:01 to 8:59.

The Tribe will return to action when it hosts Northeastern next Saturday at 7 p.m at Zable Stadium in Williamsburg Virginia

William and Mary Tribe Football, Williamsburg, VA

After earning consecutive road victories at then-No. 4 New Hampshire and Delaware during the past two weekends, the William and Mary football team has earned a No. 23 national ranking in the
latest FCS Coaches Poll and Sports Network FCS Poll. It marks the first time
the Tribe has garnered a national ranking since the 2005 season.

Having won four of its last five games, W&M currently owns a 4-2 record
overall and a 2-1 mark in conference play. In addition to its victories
against UNH and UD, the College has also defeated Virginia Military
Institute and Norfolk State. The Tribe¹s lone FCS loss was against
Villanova, which is currently ranked among the top 10 in both national
polls.

The Tribe boasts one of the country¹s most productive offenses and currently
ranks 16th nationally in total offense (424.0 ypg) and 17th in scoring
offense (35.17 ppg). W&M¹s defensive unit has also been outstanding and
currently ranks 23rd nationally in total defense (314.17 ypg) and 13th in
pass defense (152.67 ypg).

W&M will look to extend its two-game winning streak when it hosts Rhode
Island for homecoming on Saturday at 1 p.m.

William and Mary Tribe Football Victorious at NH

William and Mary Tribe Football clinched a 38-34 victory at No. 4 New Hampshire on Saturday afternoon in Durham, N.H. The win marked W&M’s sixth consecutive victory in the series and stands as the highest-ranked team the College has defeated since knocking off then-top-ranked New Hampshire, 42-10, in 2005.

As a team, W&M (3-2, 1-1) registered 495 yards of total offense, including 358 in the second half. Additionally, the Tribe converted on 9-of-13 third downs (8-of-10 in the second half) and was successful on its only fourth down try.

Trailing 34-31 with 4:34 remaining, the Tribe began its game-winning drive on its own 28 yard line. Phillips was intercepted on a third-and-long early in the drive, but W&M maintained possession when UNH was flagged for roughing the passer. Phillips then converted a pair of third-and-longs with completions to Grimes (10 yards) and Mack (13 yards) around midfield to keep the drive alive. Another 13-yard completion from Phillips to Mack put W&M inside the red zone, and the senior all-conference quarterback connected with McAulay from 17 yards out on the next play to put the Tribe ahead, 38-34, with 22 seconds left.

The Wildcats (4-1, 1-1)  of New Hampshire registered 296 yards of total offense in the first half, tallying 128 yards on the ground and 168 yards through the air.

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