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James Madison sends No. 13 Virginia Tech reeling
09-11-2010 11:44 PM
Two games into the season, and No. 13 Virginia Tech can already forget any national championship talk that prevailed throughout their preseason camp.
These Hokies can’t even beat a FCS powerhouse, losing 21-16 to James Madison on Saturday. It was their second consecutive performance dominated not by a powerhouse offense, a stout defense or game-changing special teams, but by mistakes, missed tackles and disappointment.
“I don’t know what’s going on,” tailback Ryan Williams said. “I really don’t.”
Drew Dudzik ran for two touchdowns and threw for another for the Dukes (2-0), a top team in the Football Championship Subdivision, but only the second from a lower tier to beat Virginia Tech. Richmond, also in the FCS, beat the Hokies 24-14 at Lane Stadium in 1985.
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