RICHMOND, Virginia (WRIC) – The James Madison University Dukes scored a landing in every quarter, protecting the Montana Grizzlies out of the tip zone, profitable the FCS quarter-finals 28-6 on Friday night time.

The Dukes took the ultimate lead with an 82-yard landing cross from Cole Johnson to Devin Ravenel with 8:25 within the first quarter.

After a subject aim in Montana later within the quarter, JMU went 14-3 on a 50-yard landing run from Latrele Palmer. The Dukes then added a 3-yard cross from Johnson to Kris Thornton within the third quarter and a 9-yard rush from Lorenzo Bryant Jr. within the fourth quarter.

JMU, who’s ranked third, will attain the FCS semifinals in opposition to the 2nd North Dakota State or the seventh East Tennessee State University subsequent weekend. The quarter-final recreation is on Saturday afternoon.

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