NEWARK, Del. (AP)Omar Cuff ran for 101 yards and three touchdowns Saturday to lead Delaware to a 37-34 victory over James Madison in a Colonial Athletic Conference game.
Delaware (5-1 CAA, 8-1 overall) overcame a 20-16 deficit with back-to-back touchdowns in the third quarter. Cuff's third TD, an eight-yard run with 12:50 left in the game, gave the Blue Hens a 37-27 advantage, capping an 11-play, 78-yard drive. But
The Dukes (4-2, 6-3), who had 403 rushing yards, closed within 37-34 on Rodney Landers six-yard scoring run with 8:12 remaining.
Cuff now has 31 TDs this season, tying the NCAA Football Championship Series (formerly Division I-AA) record set by Appalachian State's Kevin Richardson in 16 games last year.
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