NCAA Football

James Madison Dukes (0-0)


Sat. 9/5 Sat. 9/12 Sat. 9/26 Sat. 10/3 Sat. 10/17
vs. Del
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vs. Chat
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@ Albany
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vs. W&M
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@ Towson
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MEAC bid included as NCAA approves FCS playoffs in spring

(Stats Perform) - The NCAA Board of Directors approved a 16-team spring playoff in FCS college football on Tuesday.

The playoff pairings will be announced on April 18 followed by four rounds of games over the April 24 to May 15 weekends. The national championship game will be held anywhere from May 14-16 at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.

While the spring playoffs are down from the usual 24 teams, the number of automatic qualifying bids increased to 11 when the NCAA allotted one for the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference champion. That means there will be only five at-large selections.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: B. DiNucci3441
Passing TDs: B. DiNucci29
Rushing Yards: P. Agyei-Obese1216
Rushing TDs: P. Agyei-Obese19
Receiving Yards: B. Polk1179
Receiving TDs: B. Polk11
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2020
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/5 vs. Delaware Postponed
9/12 vs. Chattanooga Postponed
9/26 at Albany Postponed
10/3 vs. William & Mary Postponed
10/17 at Towson Postponed
10/24 at Villanova Postponed
10/31 vs. Maine Postponed
11/7 vs. Elon Postponed
11/14 at Richmond Postponed
11/21 vs. Merrimack Postponed
Colonial Athletic Association
  Conference Overall
17 Albany 0-0 0-0
Delaware 0-0 0-0
Elon 0-0 0-0
2 James Madison 0-0 0-0
Maine 0-0 0-0
20 New Hampshire 0-0 0-0
Rhode Island 0-0 0-0
Richmond 0-0 0-0
Stony Brook 0-0 0-0
Towson 0-0 0-0
8 Villanova 0-0 0-0
William & Mary 0-0 0-0
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 7452 (2)
Passing Yards: 3566 (15)
Rushing Yards: 3886 (3)
Points per game: 40.0 (3)
Yards per game: 465.8 (10)
Touchdowns: 76 (2)
Field Goals: 27 (1)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4323 (39)
Passing Yards: 3126 (104)
Rushing Yards: 1197 (8)
Points per game: 15.7 (3)
Yards per game: 270.2 (1)
Touchdowns: 29 (17)
Field Goals: 12 (67)