James Madison 20, William & Mary 14

Dae’Quan Scott rushed for more than 100 yards in the third

straight game to pace James Madison in a 24-14 win over William

& Mary on Saturday night in the Colonial Athletic Association

opener for both teams..

The Dukes (3-1) rushed for 271 yards while holding the Tribe

(2-2) to just 37 yards on 34 carries. The discrepancy in rushing

yards led to a significant advantage in time of possession with

James Madison holding the ball for 35:16, compared to 24:44 by

William & Mary.

Scott had 26 carries, finishing with 112 yards and a 3-yard

touchdown, which came after a forced turnover in William & Mary

territory. Leading 10-7, James Madison’s Stephon Robertson

dislodged the ball from Keith McBridge and Anthony McDaniel

recovered for the Dukes on the William & Mary 24.

Michael Graham threw for two touchdowns and 215 yards on 14 of

26 passing for the Tribe.