WILLIAMSBURG, Md. — Bronson Yoder and Malachi Imoh both went over 100 yards rushing and William & Mary defeated Maine 28-3 on Saturday.

Yoder ran for 163 yards, including a short touchdown run early in the second quarter for the game's first points. Imoh added 103 yards on 12 carries. Darius Wilson threw for a score and ran for another for the Tribe (4-0, 2-0 Coastal Athletic Association), ranked fifth in the FCS coaches poll.

Martin Lucas added a short touchdown run and JT Mayo had the scoring catch for William & Mary. The Tribe had 331 yards rushing.

The Black Bears (0-4, 0-2) mustered only 138 total yards to the Tribe's 390, with Maine's lone points coming on Cody Williams' 20-yard field goal in the first half.


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