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James Madison beats North Dakota, advances to FCS semis

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James Madison defeats North Dakota, developments to FCS semis

HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP) – Percy Agyei-Obese hurried for 128 lawns as well as 2 goals as well as fresher Antwane Wells Jr. had actually TD functions of 19 as well as 63 lawns, assisting James Madison beat North Dakota 34-21 in the FCS playoffs on Sunday evening.

Top-ranked James Madison (7-0) sees No. 4 Sam Houston in the semifinals on Saturday. James Madison is the No. 3 seed, as well as Sam Houston is the 2nd seed.

The Dukes never ever tracked. Agyei-Obese made it 10-0 midway via the initial quarter when he covered a 13-play, 80-yard drive with a 3-yard goal run.

The 6-foot-1, 200-pound Wells established occupation highs with 7 functions for 143 lawns. Cole Johnson was 14-of-17 masquerading 251 lawns for JMU.

Otis Weah had 13 lugs for 96 lawns for North Dakota (5-2), consisting of a 10-yard TD run that made it 17-14 with 1:40 left in the 2nd quarter. However Ethan Ratke made a 32-yard basket for James Madison as time ended in the initial fifty percent.

Wells jumped off a prospective tackler at the 7 prior to scoring his initial TD, that made it 27-14 late in the 3rd quarter.

North Dakota punted on its following drive and after that made an important blunder. With James Madison in punting development on fourth-and-3 from its very own 27, the Battling Hawks leapt offside, handing James Madison a fresh collection of downs.

3 plays later on, Johnson struck Wells spotting down the left sideline to offer the Dukes a 20-point lead with 10:06 to play.

Wells, that had 15 functions for 239 lawns as well as 2 goals in 5 regular-season video games, has actually incorporated for 275 lawns obtaining as well as 3 TDs on 11 catches in the initial 2 rounds of the playoffs.


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