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  10/14/19 - Tyler DresslerJr/2021, Richmond, 6-2, 244 (DS#999 ILB) + More +

  OCT 14 CAA CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Tyler Dressler, Jr., LB, Richmond (Covington, Va./Covington),...Dressler recorded a career-high 20 tackles as Richmond picked up a 24-17 road win at No. 18 Maine. The 20 tackles are the most by any player in FCS this season, the most by a CAA player since 2017 and the most by a UR player since 2011. Dressler also had a key tackle for loss in the red zone on Maine's final possession. - Colonial Athletic Association Footbal

(DS#999 ILB) Jr/2021 ILB Tyler DresslerRichmond
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  10/12/19 - Joe MancusoJr/2021, Richmond, 6-3, 215 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Joe Mancuso ran for two touchdowns and his 66-yard scoring pass to Keyston Fuller gave Richmond the lead for good in a 24-17 win over Maine on Saturday. The Black Bears led 10-7 at halftime to set up the decisive third quarter. Mancuso's 1-yard TD plunge capped a 7-play, 79-yard drive with 6:22 left in the third. As the quarter drew to a close, Maine regained the lead when Joe Fagnano threw an 87-yard TD pass to Andre Miller. Richmond (3-3, 1-1 Colonial Athletic Association) pinned Maine at its own 1-yard line after a 68-yard punt by Jake Larson. Maine's four-play, 99-yard drive took a little more than two minutes. Following a short kickoff that Aaron Dykes returned 15 yards to Richmond's 34-yard line, Mancuso connected with Fuller for a 21-17 advantage with 30 seconds left in the third. Fuller finished 127 yards on three receptions. Miller tallied 115 yards in receiving yards with four receptions for Maine (2-4, 0-3). - AP College Football

(DS#999 QB) Jr/2021 QB Joe MancusoRichmond
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  10/08/19 - Maurice JacksonSr/2020, Richmond, 6-1, 279 (DS#34 DE) + More +

  OCT 7 CAA FOOTBALL CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Maurice Jackson, Sr., DL, Richmond (Levittown, Pa./Truman),...Jackson contributed six tackles, a career-high 4.0 tackles for loss, a career-best 3.0 sacks, a forced fumble and an interception as Richmond edged UAlbany, 23-20. The senior end returned the interception 27 yards and set up a pivotal Spiders’ touchdown just before halftime. UR held the Great Danes to 14 yards rushing and had seven sacks against a UA team that had allowed just six all season. - Colonial Athletic Association Football

(DS#34 DE) Sr/2020 DE Maurice JacksonRichmond
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  10/08/19 - Jake LarsonFr/2023, Richmond, 5-11, 170 (DS#999 K) + More +

  OCT 7 CAA FOOTBALL SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Jake Larson, Fr., PK, Richmond (Baltimore, Md./St. Frances Academy),...Larson booted three field goals in Richmond’s 23-20 victory over UAlbany. The freshman opened the scoring with a career-long 50-yard field goal, which was the 7th-longest in UR history. He followed with a 48-yard field goal and a 26-yarder in the second quarter for what proved to be the deciding points. The true freshman is 9-for-10 on field goals for the season and is 11-for-11 on extra points. - Colonial Athletic Association Football

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  10/05/19 - Maurice JacksonSr/2020, Richmond, 6-1, 279 (DS#34 DE) + More +

  Beau English threw a touchdown pass and ran for a score and Richmond sacked Albany quarterback Jeff Underfuffler seven times as the Spiders held off the Great Danes 23-20 on Saturday. Richmond (2-3, 1-1 Colonial Athletic Association) did all of its scoring in the first half. Jake Larson, Richmond's first true freshman kicker since 2006, booted a career-best 50-yard field goal for a 3-0 lead. Underfuffler put the Great Danes (3-3, 1-1) up 7-3, directing a 12-play, 77-yard drive that took 5:29 off the clock and culminating with his 6-yard TD toss to Murad Hussain. Aaron Dykes returned the ensuing kickoff 35 yards to the Richmond 39 and on the first play from scrimmage English hooked up with Keyston Fuller for a 61-yard TD and a 10-7 Spiders' lead.

Albany went 77 yards in five plays on its next possession with Alex James running it in from the 4-yard line, but Dylan Burns missed the point-after kick and the Great Danes led 13-10. Richmond grabbed a 16-13 second-quarter lead on 48- and 26-yard field goals by Larson on back-to-back possessions. The Spiders scored for the final time when Maurice Jackson, who had three sacks on the day, picked off an Underfuffler pass and returned it to the Albany 6-yard line. Two plays later English scored on a 1-yard run for a 23-13 halftime lead. - AP College Football


(DS#34 DE) Sr/2020 DE Maurice JacksonRichmond
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  08/29/19 - Tristan WheelerFr/2023, Richmond, 6-1, 228 (DS#999 ILB) + More +

  The University of Richmond football team opened the 2019 season in impressive fashion, scoring 31 first half points on its way to a 38-19 victory against Jacksonville Thursday night at Robins Stadium. The Spiders have won 14th straight home openers dating back to 2005, the ninth longest streak in the NCAA FCS level. Redshirt-junior quarterback Joe Mancuso (Blairsville, Ga.) finished with 208 total yards and scored two touchdowns. He rushed for a career-high 77 yards on the ground while also passing for 14-for-19 with 131 yards passing.

The Richmond offense ran for 320 yards, including four touchdowns from Mancuso (two) and one each from redshirt freshman running backs Aaron Dykes (Knoxville, Tenn.) and Milan Howard (Charlotte, N.C.). The Spiders opened the game with a 10-play 80-yard drive capped off by a four-yard touchdown rush by Mancuso. Freshman linebacker Tristan Wheeler (Bethlehem, Pa.) led the defense with 12 tackles in his first career collegiate game. Junior linebacker Tyler Dressler (Covington, Va.) added nine tackles, most in the first half, while Ritten and Jackson each finished with a tackle for loss in the win. - Richmond Football


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  08/29/19 - Joe MancusoJr/2021, Richmond, 6-3, 215 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Joe Mancuso passed for 131 yards and rushed for a career-high 77 more including two short touchdown runs as Richmond defeated Jacksonville 38-19 in Thursday night's season opener. Mancuso opened the scoring with a 4-yard run in the opening quarter and capped the Spiders' scoring with a run from the 3 in the final seconds of the third quarter. The Spiders have won 14 straight home openers since 2005.

Mancuso guided a Richmond offense that amassed 476 total yards - including 320 on the ground and 156 passing. Maurice Jackson scored a 56-yrd TD off a fumble when Colby Ritten sacked Jacksonville's Calvin Turner Jr. Aaron Dykes and Milan Howard also scored rushing TDs for Richmond. The Dolphins Craige Saxton threw one pass, a 71-yard touchdown to Jordan Younge-Humphrey. Turner completed four of eight passes for 65 yards, and rushed for 32 more with a TD. - AP College Football


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  08/13/19 - Maurice JacksonSr/2020, Richmond, 6-1, 279 (DS#34 DE) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT ALL-FCS FIRST TEAM: Maurice Jackson, Richmond, Sr.,...Jackson was named the preseason CAA Defensive Player of the Year earlier this summer. He earned First Team All-CAA honors last fall in his first year as a full-time starter on the defensive line. The Third Team All-American last year, Jackson moved to defensive end in 2018 and made the most of his opportunity, leading the CAA in sacks with 1.0 per game, finishing the regular season with 10 sacks in 10 games. Jackson finished the year ranked eighth overall in the nation in sacks per game (1.0) and enters 2019 sixth in the nation among the top sack getters from last year. - Richmond Football

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  07/28/19 - Maurice JacksonSr/2020, Richmond, 6-1, 279 (DS#34 DE) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON CAA FOOTBALL ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM (MEDIA/COACHES): Maurice Jackson, Richmond, Sr., DL,...Jackson finished the year ranked eighth overall in the nation in sacks per game (1.0) and enters 2019 sixth in the nation among the top sack getters from last year. Additionally, only one other returning defensive lineman in the country averaged more sacks per game last season than Jackson. He led the CAA in tackles for loss at 15.0 and forced fumbles at 4.0. - Richmond Football

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  07/28/19 - Daniel JonesSr/2020, Richmond, 6-0, 210 (DS#71 SS) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON CAA FOOTBALL ALL-CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION (MEDIA/COACHES): Daniel Jones, S, Richmond,...Jones earns his first-ever CAA accolade by being named Honorable Mention All-CAA preseason. He started all 11 games for the Spiders, leading the team with 86 tackles, including 51 solo. He has recorded seven interceptions over the past two seasons, including a team-high three picks in 2018. Over the past two seasons, he has appeared in 20 games, including 16 starts and has recorded 154 tackles. - Richmond Football

(DS#71 SS) Sr/2020 SS Daniel JonesRichmond
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  07/27/19 - Maurice JacksonSr/2020, Richmond, 6-1, 279 (DS#34 DE) + More +

  2019 PRESEASON CAA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR (MEDIA/COACHES): Maurice Jackson, DL, Richmond,...This marks the second time in the last four years a Spider has earned the honor (David Jones, 2016) and the third Spider since 2009 to earn the preseason accolade (Eric McBride, 2009). Jackson earned First Team All-CAA honors last fall in his first year as a full-time starter on the defensive line. The Third Team All-American, Jackson moved to defensive end in 2018 and made the most of his opportunity, leading the CAA in sacks with 1.0 per game, finishing the regular season with 10 sacks in 10 games.

Jackson finished the year ranked eighth overall in the nation in sacks per game (1.0) and enters 2019 sixth in the nation among the top sack getters from last year. Additionally, only one other returning defensive lineman in the country averaged more sacks per game last season than Jackson. He led the CAA in tackles for loss at 15.0 and forced fumbles at 4.0. He finished his year with a stellar showing in the Spiders' Capital Cup victory over William & Mary, posting 2.5 sacks and forcing two fumbles against the Tribe. Even more impressive, Jackson accomplished all of this in his first season as a defensive end. He was originally recruited as a linebacker and moved to defensive tackle his sophomore season before shifting out to the edge last fall. - Richmond Football


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