TOWSON, Md. -- Tom Flacco had 109 yards rushing and threw for another 188 yards and a score to lead Towson past William & Mary 29-13 on Saturday night.
Flacco's 5-yard touchdown pass to Jabari Allen early in the fourth quarter stretched the Tigers' lead to 23-13. Thaenrat's 53-yard TD run capped a five-play, 80-yard drive late in the game.
Trailing 23-13 early in the fourth quarter, William & Mary had three third-down conversions during a 16-play, 60-yard drive but Jake Johnston missed a 35-yard field goal.
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