Richmond, VA (SportsNetwork. .com) - Richmond had won a playoff game already, so there was no stopping the Spiders and quarterback Michael Strauss when the actual FCS postseason began Saturday. Strauss threw four touchdowns to power Richmond to a 46-24 win over Morgan State in the first round. The Spiders (9-4) will travel to seventh-seeded Coastal Carolina (11-1) next Saturday for a second-round game. Coach Danny Roccos team basically won a playoff game last weekend at William & Mary. The winner of that game was going to be the fourth and final playoff team out of CAA Football, and the Spiders won going away, 34-20. They rolled the momentum right into their game against Morgan State (7-6), jumping to a 22-0 lead after the first quarter. Strauss capped the games first drive with a 16-yard touchdown pass to Reggie Diggs and Seth Fisher scored on two runs. Diggs (eight receptions, 132 yards) ended the first-half scoring with another touchdown reception - an 11-yarder with 20 seconds left in the second quarter - to give Richmond a 29-10 halftime lead. Strauss completed 22-of-32 pass attempts for 272 yards and one interception. He also threw touchdowns to Rashad Ponder and Fisher. Richmond has struggled with turnovers in its losses, but gained a 4-2 advantage in turnover margin, intercepting Morgan State quarterback Moses Skillon three times and forcing him into a fumble. Skillon rushed for a touchdown and threw for 285 yards and two touchdowns. Herb Walker Jr. carried the ball 21 times for 120 yards for the Bears, who earned the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conferences automatic bid to the playoffs off a tiebreaker between five first-place teams. MEAC teams have lost in the playoffs every year since 1999. .Patterson marked his anniversary by proving his worth — once again.Lou Williams poured in 26 points, and Patterson drained two huge three-pointers late in the fourth quarter, as the Raptors topped the Denver Nuggets 112-107 in overtime Monday. . - San Diego Padres centre fielder Cameron Maybin is going to be out two to three months after rupturing his left biceps tendon during a game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday.The Montreal Alouettes have called a news conference for Wednesday where veteran offensive lineman Scott Flory is expected to announce his retirement. Flory was named the new president of the CFL Players Association at the end of March. He previously served as the Players Associations second vice-president. Flory, 37, is a two-time Most Outstanding Lineman Awaard winner (2008-09) and a three-time Grey Cup Champion, winning with Montreal in 2002, 2009 and 2010. . The 15-year CFL veteran had his final season cut short in 2013 when he suffered a biceps tear against Calgary on July 12. He played in 243 CFL contests and started every game for the Alouettes in the 12 seasons prior to last year. ' ' '