2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
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CAA's football season canceled by pandemic

CAA football became the latest domino to tumble in college football, announcing on Friday it will not have a conference schedule this fall because of concerns over the global COVID-19 pandemic.

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Bison win 8th FCS title; 1st since 1894 to go 16-0

North Dakota State completed the first 16-win season in any division since Yale in 1894, beating James Madison to win its third straight FCS national championship and eighth in nine years.

NDSU clinches FCS Championship with an interception (0:47)
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NDSU's fake FG turns into a 20-yard TD (0:36)
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NDSU's Lance scrambles to score 44-yard TD (0:30)
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NDSU's Sproles scores 38-yard TD on double-reverse (0:42)
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Cofield leaps through traffic to score NDSU TD (0:16)
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DiNucci's TD pass gives James Madison an early lead (0:51)
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Best bets for FCS national championship

The final game of the FCS season features two teams that have combined to win the previous eight national titles. Phil Steele and Bill Connelly break it down and offer their picks.

JMU's Hail Mary crushes point-total bettors everywhere (1:09)
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Stapleton hauls in improbable TD catch in final seconds of half (0:45)
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DiNucci's fake handoff fools everyone for TD (0:37)
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JMU strikes first with 18-yard touchdown (0:38)
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DiNucci finds Polk for 15-yard James Madison TD (0:33)
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Brown goes for 21 yards to score (0:24)
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Moore redeems himself with a 93-yard kickoff-return TD (0:37)
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JMU gets on the board with a 49-yard TD (0:24)
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James Madison steamrolls Rhode Island 55-21

Ben DiNucci threw two touchdown passes, Jawon Hamilton and Percy Agyei-Obese combined to rush for 248 yards and three TDs and James Madison closed out the regular season with a 55-21 victory over Rhode Island on Saturday.

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James Madison gets 3rd outright CAA title in 4 years

Ben DiNucci threw for three touchdowns and ran for another to help James Madison beat Richmond 48-6 on Saturday night for the Dukes’ third outright Colonial Athletic Association title in four years.