HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP) -- Justin Rascati ran for two touchdowns
and Matt LeZotte ran for one and threw for another Saturday as
James Madison remained unbeaten against Division I-AA competition
with a 41-10 victory against winless VMI.
The Dukes (7-1), whose only loss came at No. 15 West Virginia,
grabbed a 21-0 lead on scoring runs of 4 yards by Maurice Fenner in
the first quarter and 1 yard by LeZotte and 5 yards by Rascati, the
latter with 6:06 remaining before halftime.
VMI (0-9) was outgained 547 yards to 267. The Keydets got their
only points on Zohn Burden's 19-yard touchdown catch from Kirk
Monteleone and a 29-yard field goal.
Flames quarterbacks were sacked 10 times for 63 yards in losses.
Raymond Hines led the Dukes with 111 yards on 20 carries and
Antonnio Bolton added 103 on 11 carries, including a 3-yard
touchdown run with 46 seconds remaining.
Rascati was 7-for-14 for 98 yards and LeZotte was 6-for-8 for
119, including a 45-yard touchdown pass to Ardon Bransford with
3:26 to play. The Dukes had 32 first downs.
Oklahoma offensive coordinator Lincoln Riley, 32, is a candidate for South Carolina's head-coaching job, sources told ESPN.com
Scott Frost, who was hired as head coach at UCF on Tuesday, will inherit an offense that averaged a dismal 268.4 yards per game this season.
After surviving the Les Miles telenovela, which landed LSU's big cigars at No. 5, we're left to ponder who can claim the Bottom 10 title.
Kirk Herbstreit believes that No. 10 North Carolina will not make the jump into the top four of the final College Football Playoff rankings.
SEC Network's Matt Stinchcomb and Clint Stoerner discuss whether or not Alabama defensive coordinator Kirby Smart will be a good fit as Georgia head coach.
Booger McFarland discusses whether North Carolina can sneak into the top four of the College Football Playoff rakings if they beat Clemson and if teams that are done could crash the party.
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