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    Re: Will JMU Bounce Back this Year?

    I agree. It would likely be Delaware since JMU already played Elon this year.

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    Re: Will JMU Bounce Back this Year?

    JMU is an excellent team, but at all levels if you don’t have an exceptional QB your toast at some point. They certainly can get by a majority of FCS contenders, but I don’t see them beating NDSU this season.
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    Re: Will JMU Bounce Back this Year?

    Quote Originally Posted by Professor Chaos View Post
    JMU is ~800 miles from (the U of) Maine so it would be a flight regardless. Delaware seems much more likely if JMU plays Thanksgiving weekend since they're within the 400 mile bus trip distance of Harrisonburg.
    If Delaware gets a seed it seems like a lock that JMU would feed into the Blue Hens.

    Still two more weeks of the unexpected before playoff bracket time.

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    Re: Will JMU Bounce Back this Year?

    Quote Originally Posted by jmu007 View Post
    All depends on the offense. If the coaching staff is able to get the offense back into gear they are as dangerous a team as any. If they continue to struggle to find the end zone, it'll be an early exit depending on the bracket.

    Defense = Good
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    That's how I'd rate performance at 6-3. If offense had just been a meh... vs an ugh.... they'd be 8-1 right now. I think that answers your question. I think we'll all know which way they go come Saturday.
    Dude, come play us in round 1. Offensive dumpster fire of the year.



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    Grass is a disaster. He has 2 senior RBs and he brought in an auburn reject to be his starter. It's sad how in shambles your roster is right now. And it happened so quickly. Pathetic. I guess you should expect it from a career high school coach. Who btw, underachieved in high school. What a loser.

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    Re: Will JMU Bounce Back this Year?

    Still the bigger question was NDSU that good in the game vs UD or did UD have the (ive never been in the dome shellshock) that most teams suffer through.


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    Re: Will JMU Bounce Back this Year?

    Quote Originally Posted by UNHWildcat18 View Post
    Still the bigger question was NDSU that good in the game vs UD or did UD have the (ive never been in the dome shellshock) that most teams suffer through.
    Watching the game, I think NDSU was just that good. NDSU was able to just completely dominate them.



    Quote Originally Posted by chattownmocs View Post
    Grass is a disaster. He has 2 senior RBs and he brought in an auburn reject to be his starter. It's sad how in shambles your roster is right now. And it happened so quickly. Pathetic. I guess you should expect it from a career high school coach. Who btw, underachieved in high school. What a loser.

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    Re: Will JMU Bounce Back this Year?

    Quote Originally Posted by JSUSoutherner View Post
    Watching the game, I think NDSU was just that good. NDSU was able to just completely dominate them.
    I think NDSU was that good as well. UD couldn't move the ball at all.

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    Re: Will JMU Bounce Back this Year?

    Quote Originally Posted by Go...gate View Post
    Yes. One loss (indeed, one game) does not a season make.
    No, but two losses including a blowout make a road trip through the playoffs

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    Re: Will JMU Bounce Back this Year?

    Quote Originally Posted by UNHWildcat18 View Post
    Still the bigger question was NDSU that good in the game vs UD or did UD have the (ive never been in the dome shellshock) that most teams suffer through.
    That was probably the best I've seen Stick throw the ball so far this year. With his running ability and NDSU's run game plus their defense if he's on point throwing the ball there's not an FCS team that can hang with them. That's what I think was proven in that Delaware game.

    Btw if you want to watch it yourself it's on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csw4mYcboZQ

    You really only need to watch the 1st half. NDSU shut it down after that. Delaware also shot themselves in the foot with turnovers early as well.
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    Re: Will JMU Bounce Back this Year?

    Quote Originally Posted by UNHWildcat18 View Post
    Still the bigger question was NDSU that good in the game vs UD or did UD have the (ive never been in the dome shellshock) that most teams suffer through.
    I could see the dome causing some issues for their offense but their defense was supposed to be great and they got destroyed in that game. I don't think that was "dome shellshock".

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