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After slow start, young Richmond squad finds winning groove

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Richmond coach Chris Mooney can laugh now at how much things have changed in a month. Since starting the season a very un-Richmond-like 3-13, the Spiders have won six of their last seven. ''It's not unusual to have recruiting meetings,'' the Spiders' coach in his 13th season said after a come-from-behind, 77-76, home win against VCU on Wednesday night, ''but it is unusual to have them during the second half of games.
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