WILLIAMSBURG, Va.—The William & Mary football team outgained top-ranked James Madison by more than 100 yards in the second half but fell to the defending national champions, 46-14, in front of a sold-out Homecoming crowd (13,125) at Zable Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

W&M (2-5, 0-4) scored a pair of touchdowns in the fourth quarter – coming on a 33-yard pass from quarterback Tommy McKee to wideout Jordan Lowery and on a 66-yard run by tailback Noah Giles – but was unable to overcome a 43-0 deficit. JMU (7-0, 4-0) capitalized off six W&M turnovers and converted the Tribe’s miscues into 33 points.