HOME: OCTOBER 18
It was a narrow 20-16 loss to the Wildcats last season, with Villanova outscoring the Tribe down the stretch to rally for the win. After limiting Villanova to just 97 yards of total offense in the first half, W&M was outgained in the final 30 minutes. The Tribe looks to finish stronger in this year’s Homecoming game.
AWAY: NOVEMBER 1
Last Homecoming at Zable Stadium, the Tribe upset the Dukes, 17-7, holding them scoreless in the second half and sealing the win with a 90-yard interception return for a touchdown. With a new head coach and a new quarterback, JMU will be looking for revenge at their own Homecoming game in Harrisonburg, Va.
HOME: NOVEMBER 8
With Elon joining the Colonial Athletic Conference for the 2014-15 season, this will be the first meeting ever between the Tribe and the Phoenix. Elon competed in the Southern Conference last year, finishing 2-10, but will look to improve on that record with a new head coach.