LYNCHBURG, Va. -- Cameron Starke kicked a 40-yard field goal as time expired as James Madison defeated Liberty 27-24 on Saturday night. The win snapped Liberty's nine-game home winning streak.
The game was tied 17-17 after three quarters, then Dae'Quan Scott rushed for his third touchdown of the night from 2 yards out for a 24-17 James Madison lead. Scott finished with 126 yards on 29 carries.
The winning drive for James Madison (2-1) covered 52 yards on eight plays and took 2:11.
Brown's passing kept the Flames in the game. He completed 24 of 29 attempts for 298 yards and two touchdowns. He also rushed for a 2-yard score.
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A roundup of players who deserved more attention for their solid play on the final full weekend of Big 12 play.
The firing of offensive coordinator John Donovan was evidence that James Franklin knew he couldn't all his program's problems on sanctions.
Uni Watch 2015 Holiday Gift Guide: What to get the sports fan who doesn't need another cap or jersey
In this year's Uni Watch Holiday Gift Guide, Paul Lukas provides some cool sports-themed gift ideas for the rabid fan in your life -- from books to bottle openers to drinking straws.
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