Tigers awaken with strong sec­ond half

Baltimore Sun Sunday - - FRONT PAGE -

The Tow­son foot­ball team has thrived off fast starts this sea­son. But the Tigers demon­strated Satur­day that they can find an­other gear late.

Trail­ing at half­time for only the sec­ond time this fall, No. 17 Tow­son scored three touch­downs in the sec­ond half to thwart vis­it­ing Wil­liam & Mary’s up­set bid and se­cure a 29-13 win be­fore an an­nounced 8,022 at Johnny Uni­tas Sta­dium in Tow­son.

The Tigers im­proved to 5-1 over­all and 3-0 in the Colo­nial Ath­letic As­so­ci­a­tion, where they re­mained tied with No. 21 Maine (4-2, 3-0) for first place. The Black Bears up­ended No. 16 Rhode Is­land, 38-36, and No. 5 Elon dropped from the top spot af­ter fall­ing, 28-16, at Delaware.

Red­shirt ju­nior quar­ter­back Tom See TIGERS, page 10

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