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No. 1 James Madison headlines FCS playoff field

(STATS) - The FCS playoffs continued to take shape on Saturday with everybody in the 24-team field lining up behind defending champion James Madison.

The top-ranked and unbeaten Dukes beat No. 11 Elon 31-3 to clinch an outright title in CAA Football and the conference's automatic playoff bid.

Quarterback Bryan Schor fueled JMU's 23rd straight win with 290 yards of total offense and three rushing touchdowns. The Dukes (11-0) are expected to be the No. 1 seed when the pairings are announced during an ESPNU selection show Sunday (11 a.m. ET).

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Leaders
Passing Yards: R. Stanley2190
Passing TDs: R. Stanley16
Rushing Yards: D. Bowers652
Rushing TDs: D. Bowers6
Receiving Yards: C. Hunter598
Receiving TDs: C. Hunter6
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2017
Date Opponent Result / Time
8/26 vs. Texas Southern W 29 - 7
8/31 at Arkansas L 7 - 49
9/16 vs. Tennessee State L 13 - 24
9/23 at Savannah State W 20 - 14
9/28 vs. North Carolina Central L 14 - 21
10/7 at Norfolk State L 28 - 35
10/14 vs. North Carolina A&T L 20 - 31
10/21 at Hampton L 27 - 31
10/28 at Morgan State W 34 - 31
11/4 vs. Howard L 26 - 37
11/18 at Bethune-Cookman L 24 - 29
Mid-Eastern Athletic
  Conference Overall
7 North Carolina A&T 8-0 11-0
Howard 6-2 7-4
Bethune-Cookman 6-2 7-4
North Carolina Central 5-3 7-4
Hampton 5-3 6-5
Norfolk State 4-4 4-7
Savannah State 3-5 3-8
South Carolina State 2-6 3-7
Florida A&M 2-6 3-8
Delaware State 2-6 2-9
Morgan State 1-7 1-10
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3801 (70)
Passing Yards: 2293 (56)
Rushing Yards: 1508 (73)
Points per game: 22.0 (72)
Yards per game: 345.5 (73)
Touchdowns: 31 (63)
Field Goals: 7 (91)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4016 (59)
Passing Yards: 2099 (35)
Rushing Yards: 1917 (90)
Points per game: 28.1 (81)
Yards per game: 365.1 (59)
Touchdowns: 38 (84)
Field Goals: 6 (16)
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