• $45 for One Lower Level Ticket
    • $49 for One Club Party Deck Ticket
    • $75 for One Club Level Ticket
    • $95 for One AAA Ultimate Fan Zone Package
    • Parking is Included with all Tickets

    Those are good deals! (Sadly, I cannot attend.) 


  1. Tickets For JMU-West Virginia At FedEx Go On Sale March 1

    The game’s not until September, but tickets for the JMU-West Virginia football game at FedEx Field go on sale March 1 — that’s this Thursday — the school announced on Monday. 

    Tickets will range from $45 (upper upper deck) to $139 for Premium Club seats. And everyone gets a free t-shirt! 

    Your ticket order will include one free commemorative gameday t-shirt (limit 1 free per account). Wear this t-shirt to the game and join the JMU Nation as we Purple Out Fedex Field. Additional t-shirts can be ordered for $15 each.

    And JMU students, there is a special deal just for you! 

    The JMU Student Seating block will be located in the lower level corner of FedEx Field with tickets costing $70 each. The Student Duke Club will be sponsoring bus trips for JMU Students with packages starting at $75 for SDC members and $85 for non-members. Bus packages include a game ticket and round trip transportation from campus.


  2. JMU Will Play West Virginia At FedEx Field In 2012

    Mark your calendars for Sept. 15, 2012, because it’s official: James Madison will play West Virginia at FedEx Field, the 82,000-seat home of the Washington Redskins. 

    What was originally reported on Jun. 27 is now reality, with multiple sources citing an announcement from West Virginia itself. 

    The Mountaineers and Dukes have met once before, in 2004, the season JMU won the FCS national championship. WVU won, 45-10.


  3. JMU To Play West Virginia At FedEx Field, According To Report

    The third week of the 2012 college football season is currently an open date for West Virginia, but that could soon change. According to the Charleston Daily Mail, the Mountaineers will meet James Madison at FedEx Field — the Washington Redskins’ home — on Sep. 15, 2012. 

    It would technically be a home game for WVU, but it’s expected a lot of Dukes supporters would be in attendance — there is an estimated 20,000 JMU alumni in the Northern Virginia area (JMU is roughly 140 miles from FedEx). 

    The report indicates JMU would receive a guaranteed $350,000 for the game, and could potentially earn an additional $150,000 in an attendance incentive — Madison would get $10 for every ticket sold beyond 42,500 up to 57,500.

    Since it would be a home game for WVU, it would receive more than $2 million in a guaranteed paycheck.

    The Mountaineers and Dukes have met once before, in 2004, the season JMU won the FCS national championship. WVU won, 45-10. 

    In 2012, WVU will be in the second year with Dana Holgorsen (which hopefully means he will parachute into the stadium). It’s obviously far too early to begin to offer predictions or assess JMU’s chances of another Division I upset, but there is already one certainly: The tailgating will be amazing.