Watch this JMU receiver make a HELMET CATCH in the FCS Championship

Watch this JMU receiver make a HELMET CATCH in the FCS Championship

Watch this JMU receiver make a HELMET CATCH in the FCS Championship

"If you're going to win at this level, you have to have the guy who can make the plays in clutch moments", Houston said.

The Bison held it heading into the fourth quarter. NDSU took over at the JMU 47-yard line.

Stick is one of the country's most efficient passers, and the 6-foot-2, 221-pound junior ranks third in yards per completion.

The Dukes went on to win last year's title - only their second all-time. NDSU broke the ice to take an early 7-0 lead.

A personal foul penalty on JMU on the play gave the Bison the ball at the 44. Bison head coach Chris Klieman said, "I'm pinching myself". The Bison then ran out the final 58 seconds.

"Those are big sacks, but it doesn't really matter at this point", Robinson said.

Klieman says, "They got different players, just like we got different players". JMU running back Marcus Marshall rushed for 30 yards and a score. For the second time in the half, a JMU miscue directly propagated a touchdown for the Bison.

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Quarterback Bryan Schor scrambled for 17 yards to the 46.

The Dukes' sloppiest half of the season only got worse as the clock neared halftime.

The Dukes turned it over again on their next possession when receiver Riley Stapleton, after grabbing a long pass, fumbled and linebacker Jabril Cox returned it to the JMU 41.

"It's hard to put into words, but this culture is unbelievable, the fans, the coaches, the's so special", said Bison wide receiver Darrius Shepherd, who had a 50-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter. Weber State did teeter on eliminating James Madison in the quarterfinals, but a field goal as time expired kicked the Dukes into this season's semis, where they blasted South Dakota State 51-16. Marshall then paraded through a stack off defenders to slip into the end zone and narrow the deficit to 17-13.

"Just the feeling we had going into the half. It's all about how we play our technique". "That's what it came down to. the plays were there".

Starting at the 34-yard line with 8:59 remaining, NDSU marched to the JMU 21 before a third-and-5 pass went incomplete. D'Angelo Amos returned a punt 33 yards to the NDSU 33-yard line. On first down from the Bison 15-yard line, Tanguay grabbed the short, wobbly throw and returned it to the NDSU 29. In JMU's first drive of the fourth quarter, Alls dropped a wide-open pass downfield which preceded a drive-ending sack of Schor. "And they wanted to leave a legacy, and they left a legacy for the 2017 Bison". The ball keeps finding him. It marked the first time the Dukes trailed by double digits this season. You can't lack in plays. To the shock of the crowd - and the NDSU defense - freshman punter Harry O'Kelly faked the punt and bursted to the left a for 24-yard run to an open field.

NDSU - Bruce Anderson had 18 carries for 63 yards and 1 touchdown.

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