Tigers awaken with strong second half
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