Earlier today JMU football head coach Mike Houston had his weekly fan and press luncheon at O'Neill's Grill, where he discussed the win over in-state rival Richmond ad the upcoming game against No. 11 Elon.A lot is at stake in this upcoming game — not only does it provide the chance for the Dukes to become outright CAA champions for the second straight year, but it also keeps hopes alive for the No.
This Tuesday, JMU football head coach Mike Houston held his weekly fan and press luncheon at O’Neill’s Grill. He talked about the shutout win over New Hampshire as well as the upcoming game against the drastically improved CAA foe Rhode Island. Let's take a look at the five most important quotes from Houston’s press conference.“It was the kind of contest we anticipated against a very good New Hampshire team,” Houston said. “We had a lot of energy, I thought that we played very hard.
James Madison University isn’t the first name that comes to mind when you think of dominating college football. Instead, the teams thought of are normally ones that make up the SEC, like Alabama or Georgia. “It was a combination of JMU being one of the top programs in the FCS,” Associate Athletic Director for Communications Kevin Warner said. “And also having some good stories to tell of some of our student athletes and coach Houston.
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