BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. -- Jordan Day's 30-yard field goal with 25 seconds left gave Gardner-Webb a 12-10 win over Richmond on Saturday night.
J.J. Hubbard returned the ensuing kickoff 51 yards to the Richmond 47 yard line where the Gardner-Webb (2-1) offense took over.
Two plays later, on third and 9, Lucas Beatty hit Demarcus White for a 24-yard gain. Following two incomplete passes, Beatty connected with Richard Jules on a 9-yard throw and catch to the Richmond 13.
Day then connected on the game-winning kick, his fourth field goal of the day.
Stephen Barnette had 12 receptions for 182 yards but Richmond had just 10 yards rushing and converted only 4 of 13 third down chances.
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