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They're coming off of two dominating wins, and it will be easy for them to overlook us...hopefully we can capitalize on that. Defense is going to have to put considerable pressure on Vlad Lee.

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Reading the JMU board, boy, they are very confident. Maybe for good reason, I haven't seen them this year.

or they've forgotten that last year we outgained them and tied the score in the 3rd quarter and again with 55 seconds left.

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The scary part about Vad Lee is when you get pressue on him he's just as dangerous running. I think he had 100 yards on the ground against us last year.

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The scary part about Vad Lee is when you get pressue on him he's just as dangerous running. I think he had 100 yards on the ground against us last year.

He's very very good and mobile QBs have always taken Advantage of our lack of size of our DEs and therefore inability to set the edge.

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I think they are going to have a hard time keeping close for this one. Time of possession could be key, but JMU can strike quick so it may not make a difference. The most striking

size difference is in the JMU D front 7. Their 4 starting LBs average almost 230 and the 3 DLs average around 290. So running is going to be tough. Good test of where UA is in the CAA at the moment.

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Looking at the game notes, JMU appears to be quite the offensive juggernaut. Will be interesting to see how our young defense holds up against them.

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I think they are going to have a hard time keeping close for this one. Time of possession could be key, but JMU can strike quick so it may not make a difference. The most striking

size difference is in the JMU D front 7. Their 4 starting LBs average almost 230 and the 3 DLs average around 290. So running is going to be tough. Good test of where UA is in the CAA at the moment.

One of their D-line, Simeyone Robinson, has been suspended

http://jmusports.com/news/2015/9/15/Football_0915153556.aspx

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I think we're going to have a hell of a time stopping this offense. Maybe if we can get some stops and run the ball effectively we can make a game of it.

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If we can even do "so-so" with that offense...we are in good shape for the rest of the season. They are really big, really fast, and really talented.

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