RICHMOND — William and Mary coach Jimmye Laycock described himself as "disappointed" following Saturday's 20-9 loss to Richmond. He also must have been fairly surprised.
Not necessarily that the Tribe lost — these Spiders aren't as easy to squash as the ones that crawl across your floor. But with how it lost, and how ineffective his team was in areas that had been strengths all season.
Quarterback Steve Cluley was intercepted three times, two more than he had thrown in the season's first 10 games. An offensive line that had become the team's cornerstone offered no push, resulting in a season-low 95 rushing yards and Cluley being under constant duress.