Scott picked up Rookie of the Week honors after leading James Madison to an upset win of William and Mary Saturday in Harrisonburg. The redshirt-freshman replaced senior Drew Dudzik at quarterback and garnered 125 yards and three touchdowns on 21 carries. Scott and the Dukes did not attempt or complete a pass during his time at quarterback Saturday against the Tribe, racking all of their 266 yards of offense up on the ground. Prior to Scott's move to quarterback Saturday, the Staunton, Va., native had played receiver in nine contests having made 16 catches for 206 yards and one touchdown.
Roach helped spark a James Madison upset of No. 1 William and Mary, 30-24, Saturday in Harrisonburg. The junior linebacker broke through on a Tribe punt attempt from the William and Mary 28-yardline and got a hand on the kick. The Dukes' D.J. Bryant picked up the loose ball and returned two yards for a touchdown. Roach, who played in a reserve role on defense for JMU Saturday, also contributed two assisted tackles in the victory.
The Dukes will wrap up the 2010 football season on the road, traveling to Orono, Maine to take on the Maine Black Bears. Kickoff is set for noon.