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Eastern Michigan Eagles vs. Wyoming Cowboys football: How to watch, listen, stream and more

Andrew Mascharka (The Eastern Echo)

One way to sum up the Eastern Michigan Eagles season-opening loss to Old Dominion last week would be to call it a "gut punch." After Ray Lawry ran all over the Eagles in the second half, they'll be looking for some redemption and they'll get their shot against the Wyoming Cowboys (0-1).

The Cowboys are coming off of a loss of their own against North Dakota, so there's some fuel in their tank too. This will be the first meeting between to two programs. Wyoming is 6-3 all-time against Mid-American Conference opponents while EMU is 2-2-1 against teams from the Mountain West Conference.

Quick Info

Game time: Game will kickoff at 4 p.m. Eastern/ 2 p.m. Mountain time.

Location: The two will play at War Memorial Stadium in Laramie, Wyoming. At 7,215 feet above sea level, this is the highest elevated playing site amongst all Division 1 football programs.

Television: For those with access to ROOT Sports Network, they'll be able to watch the game on television that way with Marc Stout doing the play-by-play, Sed Bonner with the analysis and Tori Holt on the sidelines.

Radio: 89.1 FM (WEMU), as always, will bring you radio coverage of the game with Matt Shepard and Rob Rubick giving you the details.

Stream: To watch the game online, just click here.

Players to Watch

Brogan Roback (QB, EMU)- Reggie Bell is the listed starter, but it wouldn't be too shocking if Roback got some snaps too. Bell came out of the game against Old Dominion with an apparent jaw injury, where Roback stepped in and went 10-for-17 for the day with an unfortunate interception as his last throw in that game.

Shaq Vann (RB, EMU)- He and Darius Jackson make a good combo in the backfield. Creighton called his number three times in a row at the goal line against ODU where he was unsuccessful on those attempts. There's plenty of promise with him going forward and his number may get called again in must-score opportunities.

Kwanii Figueroa (DT, EMU)- The true freshman rotated in a lot for EMU's defensive front. An impressive game against ODU, let's see if he can knock down and alter some more passes against Wyoming. He's the listed starter this week after being listed as a second-string player last week.

Cameron Coffman (QB, Wyoming)- Coffman transferred from Indiana to Wyoming, sitting out all of 2014. He had a stellar sophomore season with the Hoosiers after transferring from Arizona Western Community College. He only had nine pass attempts in 2013 before his move to Wyoming. Last week against NDSU, Coffman went 19-for-37 for 282 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the fourth quarter.