James Madison quarterback Bryan Schor was instrumental in his team's quarterfinal win, absorbing hits from a relentless defense and scrambling to keep the Dukes alive when needed. He talked to Brian McLaughlin of HERO Sports about his career at JMU and his path to Harrisonburg, Va.
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Schor threw for 359 yards, including what would be the game-tying touchdown with two minutes remaining to Riley Stapleton, as James Madison survived Weber State in one of the best FCS games many could remember. With one minute remaining, JMU then got the ball back and was able to drive to within field goals range — winning on Ethan Ratke's career-long 46 yarder. Schor was under pressure all night, but like he has done all season and career, he kept his composure and helped orchestrate the win.
Now, Schor and the Dukes (13-0) pivot to Saturday's FCS semifinal game against South Dakota State (11-2).
Each week, the JMU program goes candid on a podcast with HERO Sports' Brian McLaughlin in our feature — Checking In With the Champs.
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JMU quarterback Bryan Schor improvises last Friday night against Weber State (JMU Athletics)[/credit]