HARRISONBURG, Va. -- Bryan Schor and Taylor Woods each rushed for three touchdowns as James Madison defeated Morehead State 80-7 on Saturday night, setting several offensive records in Mike Houston's coaching debut.
Houston came from The Citadel, winning a SoCon championship and FCS playoff berth last season.
The Dukes (1-0) piled up a school-record (for Division I) 607 yards of total offense, 428 on the ground, with a program-record 10 rushing TDs.
Schor finished 8-for-11 for 109 yards passing, and also rushed 10 times for a further 129 yards before leaving midway through the third quarter.
Rashard Davis fielded a low punt on the second bounce and returned it 76-yards for James Madison, juking past the first two defenders.
Will Harris put his ear to the ground to collect some valuable betting information from the college football practice fields.
Don't be surprised to see the Ducks' junior quarterback pick up steam in the Heisman Trophy race and on NFL draft boards.
Alabama's receiving corps goes by many names: The Rugrats, The Three-Headed Monster, Super Sophomores. The talented trio has added a new dimension to the Tide.
Tom Luginbill breaks down three defensive formations the Aggies used against Clemson that they could deploy to try to slow the Tide's high-powered offense.
The teams in this week's biggest college football games are also battling for the same prospects on the recruiting trail.
Brad Edwards details the importance of the Texas' matchup with TCU being the first big step for the Longhorns to return to form since the restructuring of the Big 12.
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