2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
10-3, 4th in CAA

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Delaware is hiring Richmond's Danny Rocco as its next coach, a source tells ESPN. He will receive a five-year contract at Delaware. Rocco informed Richmond today of his departure. Rocco is 43-21 in five seasons at Richmond and 90-41 overall as a head coach. He replaces Dave Brock, fired in October. Rocco is a Pennsylvania native who has coached at Virginia, Maryland, Texas and Boston College, among other college spots, as well as with the New York Jets in 2000.

107d

Eastern Washington rolls over Richmond 38-0

Gage Gubrud finished 21 for 32 for 287 yards and three touchdowns, all three in the first half, to lead Eastern Washington past Richmond 38-0 in the FCS quarterfinals Saturday.

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Gudbrud tosses third TD for Eastern Washington (0:23)
113d

Richmond rallies to eliminate North Dakota

Playing in its first-ever FCS playoff game Saturday, North Dakota might have gotten ahead of itself when it held a 17-point lead on Richmond late in the third quarter.

163d

Richmond shuts down Villanova 23-0

Brian Brown caught seven passes for 120 yards, including a 56-yard touchdown, to help Richmond to a 23-0 win over Villanova on Saturday.

170d

Richmond tops Albany 36-30 in triple OT

David Broadus scored on a 4-yard run in the third overtime and the Richmond defense held on the ensuing possession for a 36-30 win over Albany on Saturday.

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Upsets rule Week 1 of college football (2:56)

No victory for Virginia in Mendenhall debut

The Bronco Mendenhall era isn't off to a great start. FCS Richmond marched into Charlottesville and won 37-20. The Cavaliers were held to 38 yards rushing in the loss. See the box score

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Spiders' lead over Virginia growing

Kyle Lauletta's 11-yard TD pass to Brian Brown puts Richmond up big. The Spiders lead Virginia 37-14 late in the fourth quarter.

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Collins punctuates Richmond's upset of Virginia with 55-yard TD (0:44)
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Richmond extends lead over Virginia

The Spiders now have a 23-7 lead in the third quarter after this 5-yard touchdown pass from Kyle Lauletta to Tyler Wilkins.

2016 CAA Standings

TEAMCONFOVR
James Madison8-014-1
Villanova6-29-4
New Hampshire6-28-5
Richmond5-310-3
Maine5-36-5
Albany4-47-4
Stony Brook4-45-6
Towson3-54-7
William & Mary3-55-6
Delaware2-64-7
Rhode Island1-72-9
Elon1-72-9