By The Numbers: Delaware 49, William and Mary 31

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August 31, 2007

2:41 PM

**Game States**
TOTAL YARDS
W&M 542 DEL 483
RED ZONE SCORES-CHANCES
W&M 3-5 DEL 6-6
TIME OF POSSESSION
W&M 30:05 DEL 29:55

**Individual Stats**
PASSING
Jake Phillips — 26-41, 433 yards,
3 total touchdowns
RECEIVING
D.J. McAulay — 7 catches, 162 receiving yards, 1 touchdown

**Tribe Player of the Game**
Jake Phillips, Quarterback
The junior signal-caller set a Tribe record for passing yards in a game during the season opener, connecting on 26 of his 41 passes for 433 yards and 2 TDs. He was also very effective with his legs, rushing for a touchdown and keeping countless plays alive with his scrambling ability.

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