JMU football head coach Mike Houston won the American Football Coaches Association Football Championship Subdivision Coach of the Year award on Tuesday night.
One of The Breeze sports editors ranks the 2016 Dukes as the best team in JMU history.
Fourteen players who took the field in Frisco, Texas, did so for the final time of their college careers.
A look toward the future successes and struggles of the FCS national champions.
The Dukes beat Youngstown State University 28-14 and win their second national championship in program history.
The Dukes celebrate with the national championship trophy after beating Youngstown State 28-14.
Bryan Schor prepares to throw the ball during the first half against Youngstown State.
JMU and Youngstown State University are through two quarters of football in the Football Championship Subdivision national title game and the Dukes are in the driver’s seat with a 21-7 lead. JMU has outgained the Penguins 208 total yards to 88.
A college football national championship game, regardless of division, features two teams that have proven they’re among the best in the country. The Football Championship Subdivision title game is no different, boasting a pair of programs that had to face grueling schedules in order to get …
He won the starting spot, was named CAA’s offensive player of the year, then became a national champion.
Sports staff members give predictions on how the Dukes will fare in the biggest game of the season.
This year, thanks to a historic season, fans in the Dallas-Fort Worth area get to watch their team play in the biggest game of the season.
Welcome to DukesCenter, where The Breeze fills you in on the latest events in JMU sports! In this episode, sports editors Bennett Conlin and Matt Weyrich talk about basketball and football!