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  • Saturday's local college basketball roundup: Norfolk State improves to 10-0 in MEAC

    Norfolk State improved its Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference record to 10-0 and retained the league lead with a 74-56 victory Saturday over Delaware State at Echols Hall. It was NSU’s first win against the Hornets in their last six meetings....
  • Wednesday's local college basketball roundup: W&M goes up big, holds off UNC Wilmington

    For the first 28 minutes Wednesday, William and Mary produced one of its best performances of the season. Then it got sticky, but the Tribe held on to beat UNC Wilmington 92-86 at Kaplan Arena. Marcus Thornton had 25 points, five rebounds and five...
  • CAA Rewind, Week 11

    Clearly, we have reached the point that requires chicken blood and ritual animal sacrifice. William and Mary has tried conventional means of achieving success, methods that have worked for, oh, mostly the last 25 years. Something stronger is needed....
  • Tribe down to No. 3 QB Graham after season-ending injuries

    William and Mary's revolving door at quarterback appears to have come to an end, with word that Raphael Ortiz and Brent Caprio have season-ending shoulder injuries. Michael Graham, a one-time starter but the No. 3 quarterback of late, will get the call...
  • ODU looks to solidify, enhance playoff position in final two games

    ODU looks to solidify, enhance playoff position in final two games
    NORFOLK — Recent history suggests that Old Dominion's win last Saturday secured a spot in the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs. The final two weeks will determine when and where. "I think first and foremost, my experience in this league...
  • William and Mary's McBride becoming a playmaker

    Tre McBride didn't expect it would be easy. Playing Division I college football as a true freshman in a complex offense at a new position doesn't lend itself to seamless transitions. Still, McBride admitted that there were plenty of difficult moments...
  • Defensive Slippage at W&M

    William and Mary allowed Maryland just 236 yards of total offense and came up with four turnovers in the season opening 7-6 loss. The Tribe defense hasn’t been that effective since. Lafayette, Towson and Delaware all gained more than 300 yards, and...
  • CAA Rewind, Week One

    It’s rare that FCS teams walk out of FBS stadia with legitimate gripes that they let one get away, but William and Mary falls into that category after Saturday’s 7-6 loss to Maryland. The Terps are nothing special at full strength, and...
  • CAA officials to brainstorm membership issues

    Colonial Athletic Association officials and athletic directors will meet Friday in northern Virginia to discuss membership, but Commissioner Tom Yeager said not to expect announcements or invitations. "It's not going to be talking about individual...
  • Saturday's CAA football roundup: JMU dominates Alcorn State

    James Madison improved to 2-0 by breezing past Alcorn State 42-3 Saturday in Harrisonburg. Dae’Quan Scott ran for 107 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries for the Dukes, who play West Virginia next Saturday. Justin Thorpe ran for 101 yards...
  • CAA Rewind, Lightning Round

    Atmospheric conditions in the Mid-Atlantic region led to lightning and blowouts in the second week of CAA football. Six games were affected by lightning – delayed starts, interruptions, or in the case of Old Dominion-Hampton, a mercifully shortened...
  • ODU Schedules Down to Move Up

    As its Colonial Athletic Association brethren test themselves against Football Bowl Subdivision teams in non-conference games, Old Dominion has taken the other path – by design. ODU scheduled games against, shall we say, more manageable opponents...