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William & Mary to open at Virginia

Williamsburg, VA - William & Mary will open its 2011 football schedule at Virginia and play five home games at Zable Stadium.

The Tribe, who shared the 2010 CAA Football title with Delaware, will travel upstate to Charlottesville for their season-opening game on Sept. 3. The two teams last met in the 2009 opener and William & Mary earned a 26-14 victory.

Coach Jimmye Laycock's Tribe will play New Haven for the first time in its home opener on Sept. 17. Their final four home games are within the CAA against James Madison (Sept. 24), New Hampshire (Oct. 15), Towson on Homecoming (Oct. 22) and Old Dominion (Nov. 12).

The Tribe finished the 2010 season with a 8-4 record and No. 10 ranking in The Sports Network/Fathead.com FCS Top 25.

2011 William & Mary Football Schedule

Sept. 3, at Virginia

Sept. 10, at VMI

Sept. 17, New Haven

Sept. 24, James Madison*

Oct. 1, at Villanova*

Oct. 8, at Delaware*

Oct. 15, New Hampshire*

Oct. 22, Towson* (Homecoming)

Nov. 5, at Rhode Island*

Nov. 12, Old Dominion*

Nov. 19, at Richmond*

*- CAA Football game

02/08 16:47:48 ET

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