Second-ranked James Madison forced four turnovers while five players found the end zone as the Dukes cruised past Richmond, 48-6 — clinching the outright Colonial Athletic Association title in the process.

JMU improved to 10-1 on the year and remains unbeaten in the CAA, while the Spiders fall back below .500 at 5-6 (4-3). The victory was the Dukes' 10th straight this season and fourth straight against Richmond.

Ben DiNucci missed on just two throws, going 11-of-13 for 179 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions. He rushed for another 39 yards and a found paydirt on the ground, as well. Four total touchdowns is a season-high for DiNucci.

James Madison is back in action next week as the Dukes close out the regular season against Rhode Island LIVE on FloFootball.