WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- Andrew Howard's 37-yard field goal on the second possession of overtime lifted Richmond to a 23-20 victory against William and Mary on Saturday and into the FCS playoffs.
William & Mary, which had a 39-yard field goal attempt blocked to end the extra period's first series, will have to wait until today's selection show to see if it makes the playoffs for the first time since 2004.
The Tribe (7-4, 5-3 Colonial Athletic Association) had just 12 yards on 24 plays in the first half, but outgained the Spiders (9-3, 6-2) 235-40 the rest of the way.
Derek Cox returned a punt 80 yards for a score to pull the Tribe within 20-13 with 3:02 to play and, after a successful onside kick, William & Mary drove 59 yards on 10 plays to tie the game on Jake Phillips' 1-yard sneak with 18 seconds left.
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