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Bowling Green Falcons vs Western Michigan Broncos: How to watch, listen, follow, and stream

It's a battle of MAC unbeatens when the East-leading Bowling Green Falcons head to Kalamazoo to take on the West-leading Western Michigan Broncos

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Quick Game Info

Who: Bowling Green Falcons (7-2, 5-0) vs Western Michigan Broncos (6-3, 5-0)

Where: Waldo Stadium, Kalamazoo, MI

When: Wednesday, November 11th, 8:00 PM

Radio: WMU - Listen live here. Or check out 96.5 FM (Kalamazoo), 94.1 FM (Lansing, Jackson, Battle Creek), 101.3FM (Grand Rapids), or 1130 AM (Detroit)
Bowling Green - Listen live here

Streaming: WatchESPN




Players to Watch

Matt Johnson, QB, BGSU - Johnson has had a spectacular season thus far.  Now, he goes up against a Bronco defense coming off an 8 pass break-up performance against Ball State.  Johnson didn't face Western Michigan last year in the Falcons' 19-14 loss, so he'll be hungry to beat the Broncos this year.

Travis Greene, RB, BGSU - For Johnson to have a good game, Greene is going to have to pace the ground game for the Falcons.  While easier said than done, Greene is an elusive back capable of making plays when needed.

Bowling Green pass defense - The Broncos will surely run for a solid mark with their stable of backs, but if they want to keep up with the Falcon Fast offense, they'll have to throw consistently to Corey Davis and Daniel Braverman.  If Bowling Green can keep them in check, they should easily handle Western.

Jamauri Bogan, RB, WMU - Bogan has been the better back for WMU for most of the year.  His elusiveness and quickness provide a nice compliment to Jarvion Franklin's smash and bash game up the middle.  If Bogan can have a good game and keep the ball in the Broncos' hands, the defense can get some rest and hopefully look to hold the Falcons below their incredible scoring average.

Darius Phillips and Ronald Zamort, CBs, WMU - These two will be charged with defending the electric Roger Lewis and Ronnie Moore/Ryan Burbrink/Gerhig Dieter on the outside.  Other corners and safeties like Asantay Brown may also be charged with cover duty, but Phillips and Zamort are CB1 and CB2 on the team and have to play their best game if they want to bring home a victory on Senior Night.