The Broncos secure their third victory in a row, and enter conference play with a head full of steam.
Riding a relentless defense, Bowling Green secures its first FBS non-conference win in six years.
Akron found a way to get the early lead, but the heat turned up in a hurry, leaving the Zips without zest by the end.
Eastern led the whole game in a one-sided affair.
The Broncos follow up their upset of Pitt with a dominating performance against the reigning Mountain West champions.
CMU, behind backup QB Daniel Richardson, scores 21 unanswered in the fourth quarter to steal a victory at Kelly/Shorts Stadium.
The Huskies pull away in the second half and finish non-conference play with a 2-2 record.
The RedHawks allow two 70+ yard runs to Army QB Christian Anderson in defeat.
Ohio finishes non-conference play as a team in disarray.
Bowling Green picks off Minnesota twice in final minutes to secure its biggest win in years.
Toledo can’t stay up top after suffering a bad home loss, putting first place in flux once again.
Kent State closes its non-conference schedule with another undefeated Big Ten opponent in Maryland. Ahmed Ghafir joins us to preview the Terps:
MAC play officially begins Saturday with Ball State and Toledo desperate to get on the right footing.
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Believe it or not, this is the first time Eastern has played a team from Texas.
As non-conference play winds down, the boys look back at Week 3 and analyze a week four slate that includes our first MAC game of the season
The Broncos are riding high after last week’s upset over Pitt. Their reward for the big win? A date with last years’ Mountain West champions
A couple of ‘Cats looking to play a complete football game.
CMU will host the (formerly Golden) Panthers in Mt. Pleasant on Saturday afternoon, so we ask FIU insider Eric Henry what to expect to see from the navy and gold crew.
The Huskies look to right the ship after last week’s blowout loss to Michigan.
Bowling Green is showing signs of progress with its first win in two years, but overcoming Minnesota won’t be easy.
The Broncos got a season-defining win at Pitt on Saturday, and Tim Lester’s squad has established itself as one of the teams to beat this year in the MAC.
Taking a deep dive into all phases of the ‘Cats on-field operation after a 49-14 loss to Louisiana.
EMU showed a great effort in a game that was not as close as the scoreboard indicated.
Kent State remains in Big Ten country to close out a brutal non-conference schedule.