2. "All I can do is shake my head. I feel like that’s a little disgusting I would say."

  3. JMU picked to finish 8th in CAA, Marlowe named to Preseason All-Conference Team

    Wednesday is the 2014 CAA Football Media Day (feel the excitement!), and with it comes the announcements of the league’s projected finish and the preseason All-Conference teams. 

    JMU is predicted to finish eighth (out of 12 teams) in 2014 (though the Dukes did receive one first-place vote, somehow). New Hampshire, with 15 of the 24 possible first-place votes, is the preseason favorite in the CAA, followed by Villanova and Richmond. Towson, which lost in the FCS title game last season, is slotted in fifth place, behind William & Mary. 

    The voting is done by the conference’s head coaches and communications personnel.

    JMU landed one player on the Preseason All-Conference Team, Dean Marlowe, a safety entering his senior season. 

    Villanova’s QB John Robertson was selected as the CAA’s Preseason Offensive Player of the Year, while W&M’s Mike Reilly earned the same honor on the defensive side.

    A complete list of the All-Conference Team and predicted order of finish is here (PDF).


  4. Sept. 20 - James Madison at Villanova - 12:30 p.m. - CSN

    Sept. 27 - Delaware at James Madison - 4 p.m. - CSN

    Oct. 11 - Towson at James Madison - 12:30 p.m. - CSN

    Nov. 1 - William & Mary at James Madison - 3:30 p.m. - ASN

    Nov. 15 - James Madison at Richmond - 12:30 p.m. - NBCSN

    Nov. 22 - Elon at James Madison - 12 p.m. - ASN

    JMU’s opening game, at Maryland (Aug. 30 at 3:30 p.m.), will air on the Big Ten Network. 

    *Nine CAA Football games will be broadcast on the American Sports Network, a collegiate sports initiative of the Sinclair Broadcast Group


  6. JMU football ended June with somewhat of a strongman competition. 

  7. Looking at the "JMU Logos and Marks" page on the newly redesigned JMUSports.com, it seems they’ve done away with the Duke Dog logo. Finally. 

    (h/t @jmudukeblawg)

  8. JMU launches its new-look website