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No. 4/5 William & Mary 13 No. 8 New Hampshire 3

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Nov. 6, 2010 Cowell Stadium • Durham, N.H.

DURHAM, N.H. (11/6/10) -- The No. 4/5 William and Mary football team snapped No. 8 New Hampshire’s school-record 12-game home winning streak with a 13-3 victory at Cowell Stadium in Durham, N.H. The Tribe posted one of its best efforts of the season defensively, as it held UNH to just 275 total yards. W&M was especially effective against the run and allowed just 39 yards (on 31 carries) on the ground. Although the Tribe totaled just 171 yards of total offense, Payton Award candidate running back Jonathan Grimes rushed for a game-high 111 yards with a touchdown. Eighty-seven of Grimes’ yards, as well as his touchdown, came in the second half. While neither team was able to score during the opening quarter, UNH took a 3-0 lead when Mike MacArthur kicked a 40-yard field goal with 14:57 showing in the second quarter. W&M answered two possessions later when redshirt freshman quarterback Brent Caprio connected with senior wide receiver Chase Hill on a 19-yard touchdown pass in the left side of the end zone midway through the second quarter. The extra-point attempt was unsuccessful. Caprio, who was making his first collegiate start, completed all three of his pass attempts on the seven-play, 51-yard drive. After taking possession at its own 37-yard line with 1:02 remaining in the half, UNH quickly drove to the Tribe’s 21- and appeared in position to score. However, junior safety Jake O’Connor intercepted a pass by quarterback R.J. Toman in the end zone to halt the drive. After Caprio was forced out of the game due to injury midway through the third quarter, the Tribe offense began to utilize its rushing attack. Grimes was a significant contributor in that effort down the stretch, and his 1-yard touchdown run with 0:56 remaining in the third quarter gave W&M at 13-3 lead. The short three-play, 35-yard drive was set up when Jabrel Mines recovered a fumble on punt coverage. UNH had a pair of scoring opportunities in the fourth quarter, but neither yielded any points. Beerhalter came up with a huge stop on a fourth-and-1 at W&M’s 23 midway through the quarter, while MacArthur missed a 41-yard field goal with 2:49 remaining. William and Mary New Hampshire Scoring Summary Qtr Team 2nd UNH 2nd W&M 3rd 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 0 0

2 6 3

W&M 9 47-141 5-10-0 30 171 57 0-0 2-15 7-70 4-31 30:53

Time 14:57 7:41 0:56

UNH 18 31-39 27-45-1 236 275 76 1-1 4-18 8-70 3-15 29:07

Rushing - W&M: Grimes 29-111, Marriner 6-24, Jones 2-5, Hobson 2-6, Woolfolk 1-<1>, Caprio 6-<2>, Team 1-<2>. UNH: Toman 13-14, Jellison 5-12, Fox 2-11, Peters 10-11, Decker 1-<9>. Passing - W&M: Caprio 5-10-0, 30. UNH: Toman 26-44-1, 232, Decker 1-1-0, 4. Receiving - W&M: Hill 1-19 (TD), Mangas 1-5, Hobson 1-5, Kearney 1-2, Marriner 1-<1>. UNH: Fox 8-70, Mason 7-65, Jellison 4-27, Cullen 3-28, Peters 2-11, Orlando 1-20, Greene 1-9, Chandler 1-6. Defense - W&M: Francks 10 (6 solo), Hyde 8 (7 solo, 3 sacks, 4 TFL, PBU), Cook 8, Thompson 8 (TFL), O’Connor 5 (4 solo, INT), Steinman 5 (sack), Mines 4 (FR), Beerhalter 3 (sack). Attendance: 6,008; Time: 2:32; Weather: 50, Overcast

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Nov. 13, 2010 Bridgeforth Stadium • Harrisonburg, Va.

HARRISONBURG, Va. (11/13/10) -- The top-ranked William and Mary football team fell at James Madison, 30-24. James Madison (5-5, 2-5) recorded just 266 yards of total offense – all coming on the ground – as the Dukes attempted just one pass. W&M capped off the contest’s opening drive with a 3-yard touchdown pass from Callahan to junior tight end Alex Gottlieb. The Tribe extended its lead to 10-0 with a 22-yard field goal by Drake Kuhn with 4:26 remaining in the second quarter. James Madison answered with a touchdown on its following drive when Scott found the end zone on a 16-yard run. After forcing a three-and-out on W&M’s next possession, the Dukes took their first lead of the game, 14-10, when Josh Roach blocked David Miller’s punt and D.J. Bryant returned it 2 yards for a touchdown with just 0:24 remaining in the half. The Dukes opened the second half with a 14-play, 71-yard drive that lasted 8:25 and culminated with a 3-yard touchdown run by Scott. The Tribe answered with a scoring drive of its own, as Kuhn kicked a 31-yard field goal with 2:47 left in the third quarter to cut the margin to 21-13. After B.W. Webb recovered the ensuing onsides kick attempt, the Tribe found the end zone moments later on a 17-yard pass from Callahan to Moody over the middle. Callahan then connected with D.J. Mangas on the two-point conversion to even the score at 2121. After a 30-yard touchdown run by Scott, the Tribe answered with a 20-yard field goal by Kuhn to cut the margin to 28-24 with 7:08 remaining. After forcing JMU to a three-and-out on its following possession, the Tribe took over inside its own 1-yard line with 4:40 remaining but was unable to get a first down. Miller then took a safety on the fourth down, which put JMU ahead, 30-24, with 3:26 left to play. William and Mary James Madison Scoring Summary Qtr Team 1st W&M 2nd W&M 2nd JMU 2nd JMU 3rd JMU 3rd W&M 4th W&M 4th JMU 4th W&M 4th JMU

3 4 Final 7 0 13 0 0 3

Score MacArthur 40 field goal Hill 19 pass from Caprio (Kuhn kick failed) Grimes 1 run (Kuhn kick)

No. 1/2 William & Mary 24 James Madison 30

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 7 0

2 3 14

3 4 Final 3 11 24 7 9 30

Score Gottlieb 3 pass from Callahan (Kuhn kick) Kuhn 22 field goal Scott 16 run (Wright kick) Bryant 2 blocked pun (Wright kick) Scott 3 run (Wright kick) Kuhn 31 field goal Moody 17 pass from Callahan (Kuhn kick) Scott 30 run (Wright kick) Kuhn 20 field goal Team safety W&M 23 32-86 40-24-0 250 336 72 0-0 7-15 3-13 2-10 30:53

Time 10:02 4:26 1:00 0:24 6:30 2:47 14:55 12;09 7:08 3:26

JMU 15 48-266 1-0-0 0 266 49 0-0 3-9 4-40 3-24 29:07

Rushing - W&M: Grimes16-70, Marriner 8-25, Mangas 2-7, Team 1-<3>, Callahan 5-<13>. JMU: Scott 21-125, Sullivan 17-121, Noble 3-12, Dudzik 4-12, Team 1-<1>, Seaton 1-<3>. Passing - W&M: Callahan 24-40-0, 250 (2 TD). JMU: Dudzik 0-1-0, 0. Receiving - W&M: Moody 8-122 (TD), Grimes 5-35, Mangas 3-24, Hill 2-30, Woolfolk 2-13, Gottlieb 2-5 (TD), Kearney 1-18, Hissong 1-3. JMU: None. Defense - W&M: Thompson 10 (TFL), Cook 8 (Sack), Stover 7 (Sack). Attendance: 16,733; Time: 2:40; Weather: 65, Sunny

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