NORFOLK, Va. -- Tommy McKee passed for 169 yards and three touchdowns as William & Mary defeated Norfolk State 20-6 Saturday night.
McKee completed 16 of 27 passes and spread the ball around, throwing to eight receivers. Daniel Kuzjack caught six passes for 53 yards, one a 20-yard touchdown strike just eight seconds before the half. The Tribe (1-1) also gained 206 yards on the ground, McKee leading with 14 carries for 124 yards.
Juwon Carter went 11 of 19 for 160 yards for Norfolk State (0-2) but was sacked five times. The Spartans offense picked up just 101 yards on the ground.
McKee found Andrew Caskin with an 18-yard pass late in the second quarter, putting William & Mary ahead 7-3, and he found Kuzjack for a TD on the next drive. Tyler Crist caught the third touchdown pass, for 21 yards, early in the third quarter.
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