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    West Virginia vs. James Madison football photos

    photoPro Football Hall of Famer Sam Huff, a Middleburg resident, was presented with a framed copy of his No. 75 jersey that is officially retired at West Virginia during the Virginia 529 Savings Classic between James Madison and West Virginia on Sept. 15 at FedEx Field in Landover, Md.—Times-Mirror Photo/Michael “Moe” Murphy

    The West Virginia Mountaineers racked up 569 yards of total offense on their way to a 42-12 victory against the James Madison Dukes in the Virginia 529 Savings Classic Sept. 15 at FedEx Field in Landover, Md.

    Senior QB Geno Smith became WVU’s all-time career passing leader in the win. Smith connected on 34 of 39 passes for 411 yards and five touchdowns to push his career yardage total to 8,191 yards, eclipsing Mark Bulger (8,153 yards).

    Heritage High School alum Nick Cadwell, No. 39, is a senior for the Mountaineers. James Madison’s roster features three local players - redshirt sophomore Brandon Lee, No. 50, (Park View), redshirt junior Daniel Allen, No. 20, (Stone Bridge) and freshman Justin Baker, No. 58, (Briar Woods).

    -All photos by Michael “Moe” Murphy

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