HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP) -- Justin Rascati threw for three
touchdowns and Maurice Fenner ran for 165 yards yards and a score
as James Madison opened its season with a 62-7 victory over
Division II Lock Haven.
The Dukes piled up 609 yards of total offense, 352 on the
ground, while holding Lock Haven (1-1) to 198 total yards.
Fenner's 83-yard touchdown run in the second quarter was the
fourth longest run in James Madison history.
Alvin Banks added 108 yards on 15 carries for the Dukes and
scored on runs of 2 and 3 yards.
Rascati was 10-of-18 for 136 yards. Matt LeZotte came off the
bench to complete 8-of-13 for 121 yards and a touchdown.
Auburn coach Gus Malzahn could use a signature win as much as any coach in the SEC, and beating a title contender like Clemson would certainly qualify.
Safety Fish Smithson's leadership and playmaking ability should make him the foundation of Kansas' defense.
Louisville coach Bobby Petrino makes fans of workers at an Indiana firefighters union hall after writing a check to replace TVs that were vandalized.
The University of North Dakota, after dropping its Fighting Sioux nickname four years ago, unveiled the logo for its new Fighting Hawks nickname.
Jacob Park has impressed his teammates this summer and appears ready to battle for the Cyclones' backup quarterback spot.
If things go well for the Sun Devils at quarterback, they could have one of the better offenses in the Pac-12.
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