2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
6-0, 1st in CAA
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Corso's pick: Villanova-JMU (1:03)
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JMU coach expects a tough game against Villanova (1:18)
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JMU running back plays the day his father died (4:25)
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Schor passes James Madison over Maine 28-10

Bryan Schor tossed four touchdown passes, including three straight in the second half to open up a close game, and defending FCS champion James Madison topped Maine 28-10 on Saturday.

47d

James Madison beats E Carolina 34-14 behind Johnson

Cardon Johnson ran for two touchdowns and a career-best 265 yards, the Dukes rushed for 422 total yards, and James Madison beat East Carolina 34-14 in Saturday's opener to extend its win streak to 13 straight.

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Breaking down JMU's season opening upset win (1:33)
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Marshall adds to the blowout with a long TD run (0:45)
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Brown comes up with easy pick for JMU (0:57)
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63d

JMU's Kloosterman suspended first two games

All-American senior tight end Jonathan Kloosterman was one of six players handed a suspension for the start of James Madison's FCS national title defense.

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JMU keeps up the colonial spirit

James Madison joins Villanova (2009) and Richmond (2008) as CAA teams to win an FCS championship in the last 10 seasons. Three other CAA teams have reached the title game during that span.

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James Madison dominates Youngstown State for FCS title (1:00)
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285d

Abdullah, Schor spark James Madison to FCS title

Khalid Abdullah ran for 101 yards and two touchdowns as James Madison won its second Football Championship Subdivision title by beating Youngstown State 28-14 on Saturday.

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Late Youngstown State TD not enough

Hunter Wells found Jermiah Braswell for this score late in the fourth quarter, but it wasn't enough, as the Penguins fell to James Madison 28-14 in the FCS championship game.

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James Madison Head Coach Mike Houston talks about FCS Championship win over Youngstown (0:54)
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Everything going right for James Madison

The Dukes could be well on their way to an FCS title. This Youngstown State third-quarter drive ended when the snap went high over the quarterback's head, giving JMU the ball back in Youngstown State territory.

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Abdullah adds second TD run of day

James Madison now leads Youngstown State 28-7 in the third quarter of the FCS championship game after this TD run by Khalid Abdullah.

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JMU Head Coach Mike Houston discusses first half performance (0:28)
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Youngstown State gets on the board

Hunter Wells finds Shane Kuhn over the middle for a 17-yard TD catch as the Penguins trail James Madison 21-7 late in the second quarter of the FCS title game.

2017 CAA Standings

TEAMCONFOVR
James Madison3-06-0
Elon3-05-1
Stony Brook4-15-2
Delaware2-14-2
New Hampshire2-14-2
Richmond2-14-2
Villanova2-24-3
Albany1-23-3
Maine1-32-3
Towson0-32-4
William & Mary0-32-4
Rhode Island0-31-5