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    Big Haley adds a little offense to his role

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  • Delaware's Brinkley trying to stay healthy

    One of the drills used by Delaware basketball coach Monte Ross involves players sprinting up and down the court for four minutes doing layups.

  • VCU pulls away from JMUView Video

    Freshman Treveon Graham matched his career high with 18 points, and Virginia Commonwealth pulled away after James Madison tied the game early in the second half to claim a 65-45 Colonial Athletic Association victory.

  • CAA basketball notes

    Virus sidelines JMU's Wells

  • VCU basketball notes

    Rams place emphasis on timely stops

  • CAA basketball notes: Tribe gets on winning side

    Tribe gets on winning side

  • College roundup: William and Mary ends four-game skid

    Brandon Britt and Marcus Thornton scored 16 points apiece to lead William and  Mary over James Madison 68-61 on Wednesday night as the Tribe won their first Colonial Athletic Association game of the season.

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  • State men's roundup

    Chris Braswell scored 14 points and grabbed nine rebounds, and DeMario Mayfield had 11 points and 10 rebounds to lead Charlotte to a 57-49 nonconference victory over Radford on Tuesday night.

  • Lineburg still in mix at UR

    Wayne Lineburg remains among the candidates being considered as the University of Richmond's search for a football coach continues.

  • North Dakota State beats JMU 26-14

    FARGO, N.D. -- North Dakota State beat James Madison University 26-14 on Saturday in the second round of the Football Championship Series playoffs.   For more on this story, read Sunday's Richmond Times-Dispatch.

  • FCS playoffs: Dukes hit the road once again

    By now, the James Madison University football team is accustomed to travel. Or at least, it should be.

  • JMU-North Dakota State FCS playoff preview capsule

    James Madison at North Dakota State

  • UR enlists help in search for football coach

    The University of Richmond has enlisted some help in its search for a football coach, as many NCAA schools do. Collegiate Sports Associates, run by Todd Turner, is giving Spiders athletics director Jim Miller a hand.

  • JMU's Starke: Pressure? What pressure?

    Had he told his mother the truth his freshman year at Halifax County High School, Cameron Starke might not be putting his best foot forward today as a pressure-proof kicker at James Madison University.

  • Upon further review, Dukes chose to gamble

    On second thought, Mickey Matthews decided the reward was worth the risk.

  • Starke's kick at 0:00 lifts Dukes past Eastern Kentucky

    When all was said and done, the Eastern Kentucky Colonels were simply blown away — not only by the fierce wind that raked Roy Kidd Stadium but by James Madison University's relentless efficiency.

  • Last-second field goal lifts JMU past E. Kentucky

    Cameron Starke's 35-yard field as time expired lifted No. 17 James Madison University to a 20-17 victory over Eastern Kentucky in Saturday's opening round of the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs.

  • JMU not looking down the road in FCS playoffs

    The James Madison Dukes are looking at a long road in the FCS playoffs, but they're not looking down it.

  • JMU-EKU preview capsule

    James Madison at Eastern KentuckyWhere: Roy Kidd Stadium (cap. 20,000), Richmond, Ky. {+h} playoff appearance, and its sixth under 13th-year coach Mickey Matthews (95-60). . . . JMU and EKU like to run the ball, and the Dukes have allowed 86 rushing yards per game vs. FCS competition. . . . EKU, of the Ohio Valley Conference, started 1-3.

  • State college basketball: JMU defeats Rider

    A.J. Davis scored a career-high 29 points, including hitting 8 of 9 from long range, to lead James Madison to an 86-69 win over Rider in the first round of the Philly Hoop Group Classic on Friday.

  • Play now, heal later

    As long as the cold tub remains available, James Madison running back Dae'Quan Scott feels just fine.

  • W&M's Grimes, ODU's Cameron honored by CAA Football

    William and Mary's Jonathan Grimes was named the Colonial Athletic Association special teams player of the year for the second consecutive year, and Old Dominion senior defensive lineman Ronnie Cameron was named defensive player of the year Monday.

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