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  • W&M prepares for rival JMU and playmaker QB Lee

    William and Mary's preparation for James Madison and quarterback Vad Lee includes a recent look back at an entirely different player. Two weeks ago, the Tribe dealt with another dual-threat quarterback, Villanova's John Robertson. He passed and ran for...
  • Previews and predictions for Saturday's college football games

    BOSTON COLLEGE (5-3, 2-2 ACC) AT VIRGINIA TECH (4-4, 1-3 ACC) WHEN: 12:30 p.m. WHERE: Lane Stadium, Blacksburg THE SKINNY: After two straight Thursday night losses, Tech still has a little wiggle room, but precious little in its quest to get bowl-...
  • Previewing Towson's home football game against Elon

    Previewing Towson's home football game against Elon
    ELON (1-7, 0-4) @ TOWSON (3-5,1-3) When: Saturday, 4 p.m. Site: Johnny Unitas Stadium TV: American Sports Network Audio: 1300 AM, TowsonTigers.com Series: Towson leads, 3-0 What's at stake: Towson trails Colonial Athletic Association leaders...
  • Former QB Abdul-Saboor thrives at running back for William and Mary

    Sure, there are times Mikal Abdul-Saboor plays "what if …" and wonders if he could have become an effective quarterback at William and Mary. How might his career have unfolded if he were handing off and throwing, rather than running and receiving?...
  • Energized William and Mary offense prepares for 'typical' Delaware

     Energized William and Mary offense prepares for 'typical' Delaware
    WILLIAMSBURG — Tuesday's media grilling of William and Mary football generalissimo Jimmye Laycock began with a true-false proposition: The Tribe played its best game of the season Saturday. "Correct," Laycock said instantly. "I agree. I say true....
  • Abdul-Saboor, W&M ground game wear down Delaware 31-17

    Abdul-Saboor, W&M ground game wear down Delaware 31-17
    WILLIAMSBURG — Running back Mikal Abdul-Saboor routinely leaves candy in the lockers of William and Mary's offensive linemen — Skittles, Starbursts, M&M's. It's a small gesture, thanking them for the work they do for him. After a career...
  • William and Mary keeps postseason hopes alive with 31-17 win over Delaware

    William and Mary keeps postseason hopes alive with 31-17 win over Delaware
    WILLIAMSBURG – Mikal Abdul-Saboor and William and Mary's ground game took control in the second half as the Tribe bounced rival Delaware 31-17 Saturday at Zable Stadium. W&M (5-3, 2-2 CAA) snapped a two-game losing streak and kept alive its...
  • CAA officials have 'informally talked' about future of men's basketball tournament in city

    CAA officials have 'informally talked' about future of men's basketball tournament in city
    The Colonial Athletic Association is committed for the next two years to having its men’s basketball tournament at Royal Farms Arena, but what happens after the 2015-16 season is up in the air. League commissioner Tom Yeager said officials from...
  • Towson men's basketball will rely on depth after losing 4 key players

    Towson men's basketball will rely on depth after losing 4 key players
    After the Towson men's basketball team lost two-time Colonial Athletic Association Player of the Year Jerrelle Benimon, two other starters and last year's top four scorers, one might expect coach Pat Skerry to lower the bar on his current squad. That'...
  • CAA basketball braces for another competitive season

    CAA basketball braces for another competitive season
    BALTIMORE — Start with what we know about Colonial Athletic Association basketball: William and Mary’s Marcus Thornton is the best player; Delaware and Towson lost a ton of talent; Northeastern returns a bunch; Drexel’s Chris Fouch won&...
  • Monday's multi-sport college roundup: Richmond football team moves to 16th in FCS poll, William and Mary drops to 18th

    Football: Richmond moved up three spots to 16th and William and Mary fell three spots to 18th in The Sports Network’s FCS poll. The Spiders (5-2) shut out Rhode Island 37-0 Saturday and the Tribe (4-3) dropped a 35-31 decision to No. 5...