Chris Puzzi's 38 yard field goal as time expired gave Colgate (10-1)  a 23-20 win over James Madison (9-4) on Saturday in an FCS Playoff second-round playoff matchup at Andy Kerr Stadium.

Raider quarterback Grant Breneman ran for a 32 yard touchdown and threw a 14 yard TD pass to Owen Rocket in the win.

Running back James Holland rushed for 90 yards on 25 carries.

The winning field goal came after Colgate stopped a James Madison fake punt attempt with less than three minutes left in the game.

Colgate, who has the top-rated defense in FCS, intercepted JMU quarterback Ben DiNucci five times.

The 8th-seeded Raiders will face top-seed and defending National Champion North Dakota State in the quarterfinals.

Dave Smith, WIBX
Dave Smith, WIBX