WILLIAMSBURG -- On a Saturday when William and Mary’s defense was dominant, limiting Hampton University to 150 yards of total offense and a paltry 27 rushing yards, the Tribe’s offense “did what they had to do” in the 40-7 blowout win at Zable Stadium.
What it did against the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Pirates (4-4) was roll up 526 yards of total offense while having to settle for four field goals from sophomore placekicker Nick Dorka.
“I thought our defense played really, really well,” William and Mary coach Jimmye Laycock said, “and our offense, basically did what they had to do. We started a little sporadically, but we got going.”
Dorka’s services were called...