HARRISONBURG, Va. -- Michael Birdsong had three touchdowns in the first half as James Madison coasted to a 38-14 win over Central Connecticut State Saturday night.
The Dukes led 21-7 at half after dual-threat quarterback Birdsong ran for two touchdowns and passed for a third.
Scott had 15 carries for 120 yards for the Dukes.
Birdsong was 10 for 18 with 115 yards passing and 55 on the ground.
CCSU's Andrew Clements completed 10 of his 24 attempts for 127 yards with a touchdown, but was intercepted twice.
James Madison's ground game piled up 247 yards on the ground and accumulated 362 offensive yards.
The Oregon Ducks have unveiled their new jerseys, which feature green numbers outlined in yellow and have a black sleeve.
Now cancer-free, Pitt running back James Conner is expected to be a full participant when practice opens, according to coach Pat Narduzzi.
Rutgers senior Darius Hamilton's top priority is to improve the defense, but a close second is getting One Direction back together.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney joins College Football Live to debate Paul Finebaum on whether the top three teams in the ACC Atlantic are more dominant than the SEC West's top teams.
Running back Jamarius Henderson is leaving Memphis' football program.
Sun Belt Conference Commissioner Karl Benson won't rule out Big 12 expansion plans affecting his own conference.
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