HARRISONBURG, Va. -- Bryan Schor and Taylor Woods each rushed for three touchdowns as James Madison defeated Morehead State 80-7 on Saturday night, setting several offensive records in Mike Houston's coaching debut.
Houston came from The Citadel, winning a SoCon championship and FCS playoff berth last season.
The Dukes (1-0) piled up a school-record (for Division I) 607 yards of total offense, 428 on the ground, with a program-record 10 rushing TDs.
Schor finished 8-for-11 for 109 yards passing, and also rushed 10 times for a further 129 yards before leaving midway through the third quarter.
Rashard Davis fielded a low punt on the second bounce and returned it 76-yards for James Madison, juking past the first two defenders.
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