TOWSON, Md. -- Rodney Landers rushed for 117 yards and three touchdowns, Griff Yancey ran for three scores and James Madison clinched the Colonial Athletic Association title with a 58-27 rout of Towson on Saturday.
Eugene Holloman gained 131 yards on 15 carries for the Dukes (10-1, 8-0), who piled up 440 rushing yards to 18 by Towson (3-9, 1-7). James Madison recorded a season-high in points and finished the regular season with 10 consecutive victories.
The Dukes will host a first-round playoff game next weekend. Seedings will be announced Sunday night.
Sean Schaefer was 27-for-48 for 315 yards and two touchdown passes to Tommy Breaux and rushed for another score in the Tigers' fifth straight loss. He finished his career with 11,644 passing yards -- eighth-most in FCS history.
Marcus Lee became Towson's all-time leading receiver with a second-quarter grab, the 220th of his career.
Landers scored on a 29-yard keeper on the game's first possession. After a 16-yard TD scamper by Damien Kinchen put Towson ahead, Landers directed a 13-play, 80-yard march capped by a 5-yard touchdown pass to Mike Caussin for a 13-7 lead the Dukes never relinquished.
A blocked punt set up Landers' 1-yard touchdown early in the second quarter and James Madison got a 43-yard field goal by Dave Stannard, a 4-yard TD run by Yancey and a 4-yard scoring run by Landers en route to a 37-13 halftime lead.