HARRISONBURG, Va. (WDBJ) -- When James Madison's quarterback Ben DiNucci gets the ball, anything could happen. Quick on his feet and accurate with his arm, the Pittsburgh transfer is acting as a dual threat for the Dukes.
After the first three games of the season, DiNucci leads JMU in rushing yards and has completed 76 percent of his passes. As they enter CAA play against William and Mary on Saturday, we'll see more of the same quick decision making coming from the junior.
"It's just kinda one of those things where I've just evolved my game over the years I guess. I've never really been that fast, but I've always weirdly been able to make people miss. I don't know where that comes from. I pride myself with being able to make plays with my legs when some of those plays break down. So kinda right place, right time. I was able to run around there a bit and find the end zone," DiNucci said.