James Madison spoils Virginia’s UVA Strong celebration 36-35 on touchdown pass with 55 seconds left

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Jordan McCloud hit Kaelon Black with a 10-yard tuchdown pass with 55 seconds to play, capping a fourth-quarter rally and James Madison beat Virginia 36-35, spoiling the Cavaliers’ first home game since three players were fatally shot last November. The Dukes trailed 35-24 before thunderstorms and lightning forced a suspension. The day was billed as UVA Strong Day because Virginia honored the players that were slain, but they couldn’t quite follow the pregame ceremony with a victory. The Cavaliers (0-2), who celebrated the lives of Lavel Davis Jr, Devin Chandler and D’Sean Perry just before kickoff, fell behind 14-0 quickly, but stayed true to their pledge to play to honor the legacy of those teammates and rallied behind freshman quarterback Anthony Colandrea.