James Madison vs. No. 8 West Virginia: Live Scoring, Analysis and Results

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James Madison vs. No. 8 West Virginia: Live Scoring, Analysis and Results
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West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith continued his Heisman Trophy campaign today against James Madison as he became the all-time leader in career passing yardage at WVU with a 411-yard performance.

The Mountaineers looked unstoppable on offense yet again cruising to a 42-12 win.

Stedman Bailey and Tavon Austin combined for four receiving touchdowns and 286 yards, as nine receivers recorded a catch for WVU.

Smith has still accounted for more touchdowns (10) than incompletions (9) on the year.

 

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