WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- Hollis Mathis had a touchdown pass and ran for a score, Owen Wright rushed for 108 yards and a touchdown and William & Mary controlled Colgate from the start in a 38-10 victory Saturday.
Hollis led the Tribe (2-1) 80 yards on their opening possession, scoring on a 1-yard run. Colgate went three-and-out, and William & Mary followed with a field goal. After forcing another punt, Hollis threw a 27-yard TD to Jordan Lowery. The score was set up when Hollis connected with Zach Burdick for a 49-yard reception. Colgate (0-3) got on the scoreboard when Malik Twyman ran it in from 2 yards out with 57 seconds left before intermission.
Chris Puzzi's 21-yard field goal brought Colgate within 17-10 with 7:16 left in the third quarter, but on the ensuing kickoff, Bronson Yoder returned it 93 yards for a score and a two-touchdown lead and Colgate never threatened again.
Twyman ran for 75 yards.
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