Schor had 149 yards passing for the Dukes (3-0). Trai Sharp ran for 130 yards and had one rushing and one receiving touchdown. Marcus Marshall ran for two scores. The Dukes amassed 728 total yards while holding Norfolk State to just 91 yards.
James Madison scored five touchdowns in the second quarter after taking a 9-0 lead in the first. Schor scored on an eight-yard run and on a 29-yard strike to John Miller, stretching it to 23-7. Sharp and Taylor Woods ran for back-to-back touchdowns and Schor threw a 17-yard scoring pass to Sharp to make it 44-7 at halftime.
Nhyre Quinerly recovered a Schor fumble early in the second quarter and ran 33 yards for Norfolk State's only first-half score.
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