James Madison comes back to beat Stony Brook 27-24
Stony Brook was leading 24-13 at the break, but the Dukes (7-3, 4-2 Colonial Athletic Association) held the Seawolves scoreless in the second half.
Lee, who became the single-season school leader in passing touchdowns with 24, passed to Daniel Brown early in the third to pull to 24-20. With 13:27 remaining in the fourth quarter, Lee hit Brandon Ravenel in stride for a 76-yard scoring strike and the lead.
Bednarski threw for 260 yards with two touchdowns and Marcus Coker rushed for 145 yards for the Seawolves.