JMU football will host Monmouth in the second round of the 2019 FCS Playoffs. The No. 2-seeded Dukes and Hawks have never met.
The first round of the 2019 FCS Playoffs are complete, and at the end of the first set of games, only two teams from the CAA remain.
JMU football's Ben DiNucci and Ron'Dell Carter were named the CAA's offensive and defensive players of the year, respectively.
JMU football's road to Frisco is set. The Dukes secured the No. 2 seed in the FCS Playoffs and will have home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
JMU football knocked off Rhode Island to advance to 11-1 (8-0 CAA) on the season. Next up for the Dukes is the FCS Playoffs.
JMU football has 30 minutes left in the regular season, and it’s only two quarters away from completing a perfect season in FCS play. The Dukes currently lead Rhode Island 31-0. The JMU rush attack has helped lead the way for the Dukes with 220 yards in the opening frame.
With the final weekend of FCS regular-season games underway, sports editor Noah Ziegler highlights key contests that'll shake up the playoff picture.
JMU won the CAA title after beating their in-state rival Richmond in a game on Saturday, November 17, 2019 in Harrisonburg, Va.. The Dukes proceed to final game against the University of Rhode Island on Saturday, November 23, 2019 in South Kingstown, R.I..
JMU football claimed the CAA title outright with a victory over in-state rival Richmond on Saturday. The Dukes look to remain perfect in CAA play next week.