JMU vs Southeastern - Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time

JMU vs Southeastern - Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time

The James Madison face Southeastern Louisiana in FCS playoff action on Saturday, Dec. 4 at 2 p.m. ET. The Game will be televised on ESPN+. Southeastern Louisiana (9-3) will move on to play third-seeded James Madison in the second round.

James Madison brought home two significant Colonial Athletic Association Football grants, and 14 complete players were regarded in the 2021 all-gathering groups, featured by quarterback Cole Johnson being casted a ballot Offensive Player of the Year and kicker Ethan Ratcke rehashed as Special Teams Player of the Year.

JMU vs Southeastern Game Today

Event: FCS Playoffs, second round

Where: Southeastern Louisiana vs. James Madison

Date: Saturday, December 4, 2021

Time: 2 p.m. ET

Live Stream: GamePass

James Madison vs Southeastern Louisiana Live Stream

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JMU vs Southeastern Game Preview

James Madison will confront one of the top quarterbacks in the FCS with Southeastern Louisiana coming to Harrisonburg.

SLU Lions quarterback Cole Kelley drives the FCS with 4,727 yards and 42 scores. Kelley, the spring season Walter Payton Award victor, could play in the NFL next.

He drives a powerful Lions offense with a FCS best 47.2 focuses per game.

"Everyone's must take care of their business," JMU lead trainer Curt Cignetti said per WHSV's T.J. Eck. "We'll stir it up. Attempt to get (Kelley) off his musicality and we must win the 1-on-1 fights."

The Dukes guard positions 10th in the country for focuses permitted at 15.45 per game. That guard additionally positions second in the FCS for yards permitted at 252.6 yards per challenge.

JMU additionally has a solid offense, positioning seventeenth for all out offense with 438.2 yards per game. Dukes quarterback Cole Johnson drives the way with 2,953 yards passing and 32 scores.