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James Madison Preview---Defense

Defensively, the Dukes appear to be most capable within the secondary, as they return all four starters from a group of defensive backs that allowed just eight passing touchdowns and 195.6 average yards per game during the 2006 season. The key player within that particular group is senior Tony LeZotte, a three-year returning starter at free safety and a three-time All-CAA performer who is arguably the best defensive player in James Madison's conference. (Carolina Blue)


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