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No. 2 Delaware 16 No. 4/5 William & Mary 17

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Oct. 23, 2010 Zable Stadium • Williamsburg, Va.

Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 1st UD 2nd UD 2nd UD 3rd W&M 4th UD 4th W&M First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 3 3

2 10 0

3 4 Final 0 3 16 7 7 17

Score Kuhn 39 field goal Perry 19 field goal White 51 pass from Devlin (Perry kick) Perry 40 field goal Gottlieb 15 pass from Callahan (Kuhn kick) Perry 20 field goal Hill 6 pass from Grimes (Kuhn kick) UD 18 31-59 34-23-0 293 352 65 0-0 4-13 6-62 2-18 29:58

Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 2nd UNC 2nd W&M 2nd W&M 4th UNC 4th UNC

W&M 20 34-85 38-22-0 265 350 72 1-1 7-15 5-37 5-36 30:02

Rushing - W&M: Grimes 21-77, Marriner 6-28, Woolfolk 1-2, Hobson 2-1, Team 1-<1>, Paulus 3-<22>. UD: Pierce 23-55, Devlin 8-4. Passing - W&M: Paulus 14-27-0, 166, Callahan 7-10, 93 (TD), Grimes 1-1, 6 (TD). UD: Devlin 23-32-0, 293 (TD), Team 0-2-0, 0. Receiving - W&M: Hill 6-92 (TD), Moody 6-87, Grimes 3-22, Mangas 3-19, Gottlieb 2-34 (TD), Woolfolk 2-11. UD: White 10-146 (TD), Crosby 4-25, Thaxton 3-28, Jones 2-46, Schenauer 2-29, Pierce 2-19. Defense - W&M: Cook 15 (9 solo, 2 sacks, 3 TFL), Steinman 9 (0.5 TFL), Francks 7, Stover 4 (2 sacks), Jean-Pierre 4 (sack). Attendance: 12,259; Time: 3:02; Weather: 65, Sunny

2010 CAA CHAMPIONS

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (10/30/10) -- The No. 3/4 William and Mary football team held a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter, but North Carolina rallied back with a pair of touchdowns in the final 10 minutes to edge the Tribe, 21-17, at Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill, N.C. The loss snapped W&M’s six-game winning streak. Junior quarterback Michael Paulus threw a pair of touchdown passes to senior wide receiver Chase Hill, and redshirt freshman placekicker Drake Kuhn kicked a 28-yard field goal to help the Tribe take a 17-7 lead at halftime. Despite being held scoreless in the third quarter, North Carolina outgained the Tribe, 280-94, during the final 30 minutes en route to rallying back to earn the narrow victory. After missing a 23-yard field goal on its opening possession, the Tribe got on the scoreboard moments later on a 6-yard touchdown pass from Paulus to Hill to give the College a 6-0 lead with 4:37 showing. The Tribe failed to convert the extra point. The short 3-play, 18-yard drive was set up following an interception by linebacker Wes Steinman at the UNC 32-yard line that he returned 14 yards. After UNC scored on a 1-yard quarterback sneak by T.J. Yates late in the second quarter, Paulus connected with Hill on a 9-yard touchdown strike with just 0:23 remaining in the half. Paulus then found Alex Gottlieb on a successful 2-point conversion, as the tight end stretched across the goal line to put W&M ahead, 14-7. Paulus completed all seven of his passing attempts during the drive, totaling 70 yards through the air. Sophomore linebacker Jabrel Mines recovered a UNC fumble on the ensuing kickoff, and Kuhn kicked a 28-yard field goal four plays later as the second quarter clock expired to extend the margin to 17-7 at the half. A 3-yard touchdown pass from Yates to Ryan Taylor with 8:32 remaining cut the deficit to 17-14, and the Tar Heels took the lead on a 67-yard touchdown run by Johnny White with 5:27 left to play. W&M marched to the UNC 34 on its next drive, but an 11-yard sack on third down forced a fourth-and-17 that the Tribe was unable to convert. W&M’s final drive stalled near midfield. William and Mary North Carolina

Time 6:33 2:18 2:25 0:00 3:51 10:49 6:25

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Oct. 30, 2010 Cowell Stadium • Durham, N.H.

First Downs Rushes - Yards Att-Cmp-Int Pass Yards Total Offense Total Plays Fumbles - Lost 3rd Down Conv. Penalties - Yards Sacks by - Yards Time of Possession

1 6 0

2 11 7

3 4 Final 0 0 17 0 14 21

Score Hill 6 pass from Paulus (Kuhn kick failed) Yates 1 run (Barth kick) Hill 9 pass from Paulus (Gottlieb pass from Paulus) Kuhn 28 field goal Taylor 3 pass from Yates (Barth kick) White 67 run (Barth kick) W&M 20 26-51 40-26-1 235 286 66 1-0 5-13 6-27 1-7 27:34

Time 4:37 5:34 0:23 0:00 8:32 5:27

UNC 19 37-183 33-23-1 238 421 70 1-1 9-16 8-86 3-27 32:26

Rushing - W&M: Marriner 13-34, Grimes 6-23, Riggins 3-18, Hill 1-3, Paulus 3-<27>. UNC: White 29-164 (TD), Yates 5-14 (TD), Draughn 3-5. Passing - W&M: Paulus 24-35-0, 209 (2 TD), Mike Callahan 2-3-0, 26, Team 0-1-0, Caprio 0-1-1. UNC: Yates 23-33-1, 238 (TD). Receiving - W&M: Mangas 7-53, Moody 6-72, Hill 6-59 (2 TD), Gottlieb 5-44, Riggins 1-5, Conyers 1-2. UNC: Jones 9-107, Barham 3-38, Taylor 3-19 (TD), White 2-23, Byrd 2-14, Adams 1-23, Harrelson 1-13, Highsmith 1-2, Boyd 1-<1>. Defense - W&M: Cook 11 (8 solo, TFL), Francks 8 (5 solo, 0.5 TFL), Steinman 7 (5 solo, INT), Hyde 4 (sack). Attendance: 51,000; Time: 2:56; Weather: 62, Fair

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2010 RECAPS

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (10/23/10) -- The No. 4/5 William and Mary football team rallied back from a 10-point halftime deficit to earn a thrilling 17-16 victory against No. 2 Delaware in front of a sold-out homecoming crowd at Zable Stadium. The Blue Hens had a chance to retake the lead with less than a minute remaining, but placekicker Mike Perry’s 42-yard field goal attempt from the right hash missed wide to the left as the Tribe held on for the one-point triumph. After missing the previous two games with an injury, senior quarterback Mike Callahan returned midway through the third quarter and engineered a pair of touchdown drives. He finished the contest completing 7-of-10 passes for 93 yards with a touchdown. Payton Award candidate running back Jonathan Grimes also came up big with a game-high 77 yards rushing and threw a go-ahead 6-yard touchdown pass to senior wideout Chase Hill midway through the fourth quarter. After both teams kicked field goals in the first quarter, UD looked as if they might score again early in the second, but linebackers Dante Cook and Evan Francks stopped running back Andrew Pierce for no gain on a fourth-and-goal from the 1-yard line. A 51-yard touchdown pass from Pat Devlin to Nihja White and a 40-yard field goal by Mike Perry as the first half clock expired gave Delaware a 13-3 advantage at the break. After entering the game midway through the third quarter, Callahan led the Tribe on a seven-play, 70-yard drive that ended with a 15-yard touchdown pass to junior tight end Alex Gottlieb. Although Delaware answered with a field goal, W&M responded with the go-ahead touchdown on Grimes’ 6-yard pass to Hill in the back right corner of the end zone with 6:25 remaining. After Perry’s 42-yard field goal missed wide left with 25 seconds remaining, the Tribe was able to kneel on the ball and run out the clock. Delaware William and Mary

No. 3/4 William & Mary 17 North Carolina 21

2011 W&M Tribe Football Media Guide  

2011 W&M Tribe Football Media Guide

2011 W&M Tribe Football Media Guide  

2011 W&M Tribe Football Media Guide

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