VIDEO: Blue Hens stress 'urgency' entering CAA play

Delaware quickly put their 49-9 victory over Wagner in the rear-view mirror, as they focus on CAA power James Madison Saturday at Delaware Stadium.

Saturday night will be the first meeting between the schools since 2010 thanks to the fact the CAA put the rivals in different divisions.

The Dukes are 3-1, with their only loss coming to Division I-A Akron 35-33 on the road back in Week 2.

They feature the CAA's leading rusher in Dae'Quan Scott, who has run for 593 yards and 5 touchdowns in four games. Delaware head coach Dave Brock described the senior using terms such as: "he's a unique guy with his skill set", "home run speed", and "powerful."

Brock also added he's impressed with James Madison's defense, which includes the CAA's leading tackler in Stephon Robertson, along with former Newark High School quarterback Taylor Reynolds starting in the secondary.

Delaware and James Madison kickoff Saturday at 7pm.






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