HARRISONBURG, Va. (AP) – Bryan Schor threw for two touchdowns to become James Madison’s career leader, and the Dukes won their Division I-best 20th straight game 21-0 over New Hampshire on Saturday.
Schor broke a tie with Vad Lee and Justin Rascati on his first touchdown pass of the game, a 13-yarder to Ishmael Hyman in the second quarter, and now holds the program record with 53.
New Hampshire entered averaging 422 yards per game but was held to just 193 yards, including 27 on the ground.
Trai Sharp had 83 yards on 18 carries for James Madison (8-0, 5-0 Colonial Athletic Association). Clayton Cheatham had a 1-yard TD reception in the second second-quarter and Rashad Robinson returned an interception 82 yards to cap the scoring with 12:25 left in the third.
Kyre Hawkins led the JMU defense with 10 tackles and punter Harry O’Kelly gained 30 yards on a fake in the first quarter.
Trevor Knight went 10-of-25 passing with one interception for New Hampshire (5-3, 3-2).
It was JMU’s first shutout since 2015.