Scoring summaryMORGANTOWN, W.Va. — James Madison kicker Ethan Ratke knocks in a 31-yard field goal to pull the Dukes within 20-13. TOUCHDOWN: Following a Keith Washington interception, West Virginia quarterback Austin Kendall finds Tevin Bush on a 22-yard touchdown on 3rd down to put the Mountaineers up 20-10.FIELD GOAL: Evans Staley 43-yard kick gives West Virginia the lead with 10:26 to go in the game.End 3: West Virginia 10, James Madison 10Third quarterMORGANTOWN, W.Va. — James Madison kicker Ethan Ratke nails 29-yard field goal to tie the score at 10.TOUCHDOWN: George Campbell makes an impact in his West Virginia debut, grabbing a 28-yard touchdown catch from Austin Kendall to give West Virginia its first lead of the game, 10-7.Halftime: James Madison 7, West Virginia 3A sloppy half by the West Virginia offense allows James Madison to take a 7-3 lead into the locker room.The Mountaineers have just 18 rushing yards on 10 carries, and quarterback Austin Kendall is 14-29 for 89 yards. They will receive the ball to begin the second half.Second quarterFIELD GOAL: Evan Staley drills a 38-yard field goal to put West Virginia on the board, 7-3.First quarterTOUCHDOWN: An 80-yard drive on in 2:38, capped off by a Solomon Vanhorse 9-yard touchdown scamper untouched, gives James Madison a 7-0 lead. West Virginia has one first down on three drives offensively, despite two Dukes’ turnovers.
Marshall looks to regain its touch against FIU
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