September 12, 2010 by staff 

Jmu, Virginia Tech:
+ + + + + (TD) + (flag JMU) + (flag JMU) + + +
- – - – - – - – (Flag VT) – - – - (INT) – -
Neutral neutral

James Madison:
+ + (TD) + + + (VT flag) + (TD) + + + (flag VT)
- (Loose ball) – - – - (flag JMU) – - – (flag JMU) – - – - -

That is a staggering 26 s Lo.FM ‘for TV against s 23 Lo.FM’ for little ole D-1aa James Madison. That paints a fairly balanced and that is what a four-point margin late in a football game suggests 21-16. There are three key plays here, the two J.M.U. notes that in some way to avert the long fields, and highly inappropriate interception T-Mobile launched the 2:46 remaining in the third quarter mark.

J.M.U. had three units of 62 yards or more, and then they had a grand total of 37 yards in the game!

Or in other words, / Virginia Tech could not do the work (s) when I had to. Three times we J.M.U. zero or negative yards gained in a given unit, four times forced to punt and yet when it mattered most JMU was 62 + on us for 21 wins and annoying points. Our beloved Hokies 51-yard average per unit, and never once cleared the ball. However, this could very well be the surprise of the year for football season otherwise known as 2010. I’ll say it again … one freaking-real!

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