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Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Akron Zips offense has to deliver this week against undefeated Marshall
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Get used to the bandwagoners
(Toledo Blade)
UA football: Quirky schedule gives Zips some early rest
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Quick impact: BSU frosh Lacanaria sees field fast
(Muncie Star Press)
Ball State football looks to get back on track
(Muncie Star Press)
Arkansas’ backs pose big challenge
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
5 things to watch: Murray State will test Western Michigan special teams, defensive discipline
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Coach says WMU football team has new approach for Murray State to avoid second consecutive FCS loss
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football coach Mark Whipple talks special teams, says Vanderbilt performance 'had nothing to do with' Ted Daisher's firing
(The Springfield Republican)
After spending time in the 'dog house,' UMass football running back Lorenzo Woodley embracing return to starting role
(The Springfield Republican)
Miami coach learning about UC rivalry
(Hamilton Journal-News)
Bulls’ Taylor draws inspiration from ex-teammate
(Buffalo News)

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
@OhioFootball Hosts Idaho on Saturday
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Solich Addresses the Media During Idaho Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats preaching patience
(Athens Messenger)
Former Bobcats Swap Football Helmets For Headsets
(WOUB)
Marshall cruising its way to 3-0; is Akron next victim? - MAC Football 2014
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Plenty of fight in Falcons against IU
(Toledo Blade)
UT's Campbell takes heat for defense’s struggles
(Toledo Blade)
WMU football banged up after Idaho win, Austin Lewis is only big concern
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Shadrach Abrokwah ineligible with 'non-football, non-disciplinary issue' for running back-needy Minutemen
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football depth chart: Decision looming at kicker, Lorenzo Woodley listed as starting running back
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football coach Mark Whipple impressed with Penn State quarterback Christian Hackenberg: 'He's the real deal'
(The Springfield Republican)
EMU Football Notebook: No clear starter at quarterback, defense makes strides and latest injury updates
(Ann Arbor News)
Eastern Michigan, by the numbers: Historically tough times for Eagles offense
(Ann Arbor News)

Monday, September 15, 2014
Bowling Green: offense rules, defense rests - MAC Football 2014
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
UMass football vs. Vanderbilt: Minutemen offensive, defensive leaders frustrated with inconsistent crunch-time play
(The Springfield Republican)

Sunday, September 14, 2014
@OhioFootball Falls to Marshall
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio-Marshall Game Notes
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Herd tramples Ohio to reclaim Bell
(Athens Messenger)
Rebuilding Bobcats still searching for results
(Athens Messenger)
Marshall Dominates Ohio, Brings The Bell Back To Huntington
(WOUB)
Herd beats Ohio, 44-14
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Grant Traylor's Game Balls
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Chuck Landon: The third game's a charm for Marshall
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Cato leads Herd to 44-14 romp over Ohio
(Charleston Gazette)
Marshall notebook: Cato put on a show after ESPN feature
(Charleston Gazette)
Herd hammers Ohio, 44-14, to win “Battle for the Bell”
(Charleston Daily Mail)
Bell tolls for 'Cats after rivalry blowout loss at Marshall
(Athens News)
Marshall, Cato snap Ohio's 'Battle for the Bell' streak
(The Post)
Bowling Green makes sure Indiana feels a 45-42 upset
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Falcons take down Hoosiers
(Toledo Blade)
Lewis comes up big with game-winning TD catch
(Toledo Blade)
Kent State coach Paul Haynes says Golden Flashes can take something from loss
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Missed chances haunt Rockets
(Toledo Blade)
Western Michigan 45, Idaho 33: Broncos' offense nearly unstoppable in first win of season
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
WMU football defense sacks Idaho QB 4 times, coach says key interception 'won the game'
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
David Drew grades Western Michigan's performance in win at Idaho; Share your grades, too
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Lack of offensive production, clear starter at quarterback not causing EMU coaching staff to panic
(Ann Arbor News)
Old Dominion 17, Eastern Michigan 3: EMU's offense sputters, wastes strong defensive performance
(Ann Arbor News)
Vanderbilt 34, UMass 31: Late field-goal miss dooms Minutemen in second straight second-half collapse
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football vs. Vanderbilt: After costly chip-shot miss, coach Mark Whipple says team will look at kicking situation in practice this week
(The Springfield Republican)
Ball State falls to Indiana State 27-20
(Muncie Star Press)

Saturday, September 13, 2014
Battle for the Bell resumes
(Athens Messenger)
Chuck Landon: The Thundering Herd favored heavily over rival team from Ohio
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Herd from Holliday
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Game notes: Ohio University (1-1, 1-0) at Marshall (2-0)
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Grant Traylor: 5 points to ponder
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Head2Head: MU vs. Ohio
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Ohio-Marshall game capsule
(Charleston Gazette)
Bobcats Target Fourth-Straight Battle For The Bell Win
(WOUB)
Hoosiers’ offense a dual threat for BG
(Toledo Blade)
Can Cato beat Ohio?
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Bowling Green can possibly add to MAC's success against the Big Ten this season
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State football can improve playing against Ohio State
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Atmosphere at 'The Joan' impresses Ohio
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Rockets’ comeback falters in loss to Cincinnati
(Toledo Blade)
Former WMU football QB Tim Hiller says 2008 win at Idaho was 'long trip,' took special focus
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football vs. Vanderbilt: Minutemen hit the road to face Commodores in matchup of hungry, but winless teams
(The Springfield Republican)
Texas toasting: Baylor smokes UB
(Buffalo News)
UB notebook: Bulls switch Ross to cornerback
(Buffalo News)
For UB football, there are positives to take comfort in
(Buffalo News)

Friday, September 12, 2014
A.J. Ouellette: A Name To Remember
(HustleBelt.com)
Bobcat Listenback: Marshall 2013
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
The Natural
(Athens Messenger)
Bobcats hope to keep the Bell in Athens
(The Post)
MU offense sees success
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Davonte Allen making most of opportunities
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Defense looks like Ohio’s strength
(Charleston Gazette)
Marshall notebook: Vick gets the call at QB for Ohio
(Charleston Gazette)
Herd tries to bring ‘Bell’ back to Huntington
(Charleston Daily Mail)
Ball State-Indiana State preview
(Muncie Star Press)
Falcons looking to avenge loss
(Toledo Blade)
Kent State and Ohio State scouting report
(Akron Beacon Journal)
UT's Russell a self-made man
(Toledo Blade)
Old scoreboard at WMU's University Arena taken down, new one expected up next week
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Idaho football beat writer says Western Michigan will see balanced offense, defensive playmakers Saturday
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Western Michigan vs. Idaho: David Drew makes his prediction for game against Vandals
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass quarterback Blake Frohnapfel talks jump starting the offense, third-down success against Vanderbilt
(The Springfield Republican)
EMU football team hoping to quickly rebound from tough Florida loss
(Ann Arbor News)
UB Notebook: Bulls’ offense faces sack-happy Bears
(Buffalo News)
High-flying Baylor has speed to burn and then some
(Buffalo News)

Thursday, September 11, 2014
BATTLE FOR THE BELL: Ohio Heads to Marshall on Saturday
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats anticipate roaring good time at the Joan
(Athens Messenger)
Early start pays off for Marshall freshman Addison
(Charleston Gazette)
Chuck Landon: MU players are trained to make the big plays
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Former Bobcat Mike Mitchell overcomes adversity to find NFL success
(The Post)
Bobcats trying to replace QB Tettleton
(Charleston Daily Mail)
What if Ohio State was playing Northern Illinois instead of Kent State? Schedule again allows Buckeyes to avoid MAC's best
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Knapke getting into rhythm as starting QB
(Toledo Blade)
End Zone: Bowling Green 9-11
(Toledo Blade)
End Zone: Toledo 9-11
(Toledo Blade)
Detroit Henry Ford basketball guard Josh Davis commits to WMU, eyes education and potential MAC championship
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football coach Mark Whipple not concerned with Vanderbilt's muddied quarterback situation
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football matchup with Vanderbilt for 2018 called off; University receives $650,000
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football matchup with Vanderbilt for 2018 called off; University receives $650,000
(The Springfield Republican)
Bulls Licata’s poise in pocket has developed with time
(Buffalo News)
UB’s White gets contract extended through 2019
(Buffalo News)

Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Holliday focused on the present
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Chuck Landon: Appropriate attire keeps Cato’s stats looking sharp
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Herd spared wrath of Tettleton
(Charleston Gazette)
Marshall notebook: Rouse only Herd player to taste victory vs. OU
(Charleston Gazette)
Crutcher at center of stout run defense for Bobcats
(Athens News)
Kent State focuses on mental toughness as it prepares to play Ohio State
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State football: Trip to Ohio Stadium revives personal memories for coach Paul Haynes
(Akron Beacon Journal)
WMU football speedster Daniel Braverman gives Broncos' offense added dimension as 'elite receiver'
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football vs. Vanderbilt: Tight end Jean Sifrin, linebacker Kassan Messiah still listed as backups on latest depth chart
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football coach Mark Whipple on preparing for an SEC team: 'Vanderbilt's more talented than the last two teams we've played'
(The Springfield Republican)
Walk-on to Starter: Nick Plavchak’s journey
(Muncie Star Press)
Marquette-bound Scholl left big impact on BSU
(Muncie Star Press)
Bill Scholl Looking forward: path unclear after Scholl's departure
(Muncie Star Press)
Miami coach sees improvement; Michigan up next
(Hamilton Journal-News)
UB clings to silver linings as Baylor looms
(Buffalo News)
QB Petty among Baylor starters on the mend
(Buffalo News)

Tuesday, September 09, 2014
Solich Addresses the Media During Marshall Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Poling Named MAC East Defensive Player of the Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Solich says there’s a plan at QB
(Athens Messenger)
Poling Gets First Career MAC Weekly
(WOUB)
Ohio's Solich not naming his starting quarterback yet
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
For MU, Ohio game personal
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Quentin Poling named MAC East Defensive Player of the Week
(The Post)
Several MAC teams can expect tough Big Ten challenges this week
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Bowling Green’s Burbrink wins MAC honor
(Toledo Blade)
At this stage in UA football revival, Zips find no consolation in loss at Penn State
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Ely to miss rest of season
(Toledo Blade)
5 things to watch: WMU football needs consistency from defensive line, special teams to beat Idaho
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Idaho football QB Matt Linehan, son of Dallas Cowboys coordinator, could give Western Michigan headaches Saturday
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
WMU basketball coach Steve Hawkins says 3 issues delaying non-conference schedule from being finalized
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Colorado coach Mike MacIntyre says his team dominated UMass in second half: 'We should have scored over 60'
(The Springfield Republican)
Mark Whipple says UMass football still learning how to win: 'They didn't handle being ahead by 11 points very well'
(The Springfield Republican)
Miami coach sees improvement; Michigan up next
(Hamilton Journal-News)

Monday, September 08, 2014
'Cats still debating quarterback
(The Post)
Final Kentucky Wrap-up
(Athens Messenger)
Butler free from injury, not pain
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
Voters take notice as the Herd moves up in polls
(Huntington Herald-Dispatch)
MAC gets its share of Big Ten smackdowns with pair of road upsets
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Bowling Green teams switching to Nike
(Toledo Blade)
Stingily makes most of his chances in first game back
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
WMU football opens as a 2.5-point underdog to Idaho
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football vs. Vanderbilt: Minutemen head into week three a 17-point underdog to Commodores
(The Springfield Republican)

Sunday, September 07, 2014
@OhioFootball Falls to Kentucky, 20-3
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Defense Shows Potential in Loss at Kentucky
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
@OhioMensBball's Ndour's FIBA World Cup Run With Senegal Ends
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Wildcats wipe out Ohio, 20-3
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio Football Slow To Start, Can't Catch Kentucky
(WOUB)
Kentucky 20, Ohio 3: Loss leaves Bobcats with questions about offense
(Columbus Dispatch)
Photos and videos from UK's win over Ohio
(Lexington Herald Leader)
Kentucky hungry for more after 20-3 win over Ohio
(Lexington Herald Leader)
Kentucky-Ohio notes: Freshman Baker has tough time choosing favorite of two big plays
(Lexington Herald Leader)
John Clay: A win is a win, especially with Gators up next
(Lexington Herald Leader)
Thumbs up/thumbs down: How Kentucky beat Ohio
(Lexington Herald Leader)
Key talking points from Kentucky's win over Ohio
(Lexington Herald Leader)
UK football vs. Ohio: Post-game player and coach reaction
(Lexington Herald Leader)
Wildcats too tough to tame despite QB shake-up
(Athens News)
Kent State Golden Flashes fall to South Alabama, 23-13
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips don't have enough as Penn State wins its home opener, 21-3
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
BG easily beats VMI to get Babers’ 1st win
(Toledo Blade)
Field-goal fiasco leaves Kent State second-guessing in loss
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Penn State 21, Akron 3: Zips put up strong fight in loss to Nittany Lions
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Errors sink Rockets against Missouri
(Toledo Blade)
Ely’s status in doubt after knee injury
(Toledo Blade)
Florida 65, Eastern Michigan University 0: Eagles overmatched in the swamp Saturday night
(Ann Arbor News)
UMass football loss does not dimimish from some clear progress
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football vs. Colorado: Transfer tight end Jean Sifrin breaks out with two touchdowns in Minutemen debut
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football blows third-quarter lead in 41-38 loss to Colorado as Minutemen fall to 0-2
(The Springfield Republican)
Ball State falls in final minute to Iowa
(Muncie Star Press)
Edwards climbs Ball State rushing list
(Muncie Star Press)
Army’s triple option too much for UB to handle
(Buffalo News)
Arch: Miami extends losing streak
(Dayton Daily News)
Miami lets win slip away for 18th-straight loss
(Cincinnati Enquirer)
Huskie defense relentless in win
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)

Saturday, September 06, 2014
Ohio Football Announces Remaining Home Game Times
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Buffalo Wild Wings to Host Ohio-Kentucky Watch Party
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats at UK for shot at upset
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio Football: A Lesson In Punting
(WOUB)
Kentucky vs. Ohio: Three key questions about Saturday's game
(Lexington Herald Leader)
UK football notebook: Stoops wary of Ohio's 'consistent program'
(Lexington Herald Leader)
How Kentucky and Ohio match up for Saturday's game
(Lexington Herald Leader)
MAC football on Saturday offers many upset opportunities
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State defense needs to bounce back against South Alabama (slideshow)
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips set for test on national TV at Penn State
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
BG keying on performance, not Keydets
(Toledo Blade)
Kent State football: Flashes hopes to make turnovers their trademark again
(Akron Beacon Journal)
UA football: No looking back as Zips focus on Penn State
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Rockets get another look at SEC defenders
(Toledo Blade)
UMass football vs. Colorado: Minutemen hoping to rattle sophomore quarterback Sefo Liufau
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football vs. Colorado: Minutemen, Buffaloes square off in battle of teams looking to turn things around
(The Springfield Republican)
Ball State to face Iowa’s diversified playmakers
(Muncie Star Press)
Run-happy Army will test Bulls defense
(Buffalo News)
Bulls notebook: Quinn had a say in scheduling of Army
(Buffalo News)
First start memorable for Miami QB
(Hamilton Journal-News)

Friday, September 05, 2014
@OhioMensBball's Ndour, Senegal Advance To 2014 FIBA World Cup Round of 16
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
How the Game Winning Kick Comes Together
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Man in the middle
(Athens Messenger)
Staff Picks: Ohio's young offense may not be up to par for Kentucky
(The Post)
Kentucky hopeful big plays of season opener will continue
(Lexington Herald Leader)
Ohio Hopes To Match Kentucky's Speed on Saturday
(WOUB)
Ohio hopeful to play upset role against Kentucky
(The Post)
Kyle Pohl, the Akron Zips commander and chief -- and quarterback
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Zips football: The other side - A look at UA vs. Penn State
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Zips football: Keys to the game - UA vs. the Penn State Nittany Lions
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Zips football: QB Kyle Pohl wins second award in a week
(Akron Beacon Journal)
WMU football players Eddie Rolle, Devante Lee charged with shoplifting from Walmart; Rolle declares innocence
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Western Michigan AD talks Bronco football, impact of NCAA's new Power 5, ESPN in roundtable discussion
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass defense needs youngsters to learn and improve from game one to game two and beyond
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass defensive coordinator Tom Masella breaks down performance against Boston College: 'We played hard, but we didn't play well'
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football vs. Colorado: Minutemen defense preparing to get out and run with Buffs
(The Springfield Republican)
Suspended EMU football players accused in assault banned from team activities, campus
(Ann Arbor News)
Ball State football preview: Cardinals at Iowa
(Muncie Star Press)
BSU Know the Foe: Iowa
(Muncie Star Press)

Thursday, September 04, 2014
@OhioMensBball's Ndour, Senegal Fall To Argentina
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
@OhioFootball Visits Kentucky on Saturday
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
@OhioMensBball Reveals 2014-15 Schedule
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats not sweating SEC matchup
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio Basketball Releases 2013-14 Schedule
(WOUB)
’Cats 2014 defensive line lean, healthy and deep
(Athens News)
Season-ending loss of Bowling Green QB Matt Johnson leaves MAC division races wide open
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Falcons lose Matt Johnson for season
(Toledo Blade)
Duke on UT’s schedule; BG will visit Dayton
(Toledo Blade)
End Zone: Bowling Green 9-4
(Toledo Blade)
Zips basketball: MAC announces men's 2014-15 schedule
(Akron Beacon Journal)
End Zone: Toledo 9-4
(Toledo Blade)
Tough homecoming for ex-UT coach
(Toledo Blade)
UT's Gibbs feels sitting was worth wait
(Toledo Blade)
WMU men's basketball announces 2014-15 MAC schedule
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football vs. Colorado: Minutemen looking to get lead wideout Tajae Sharpe more involved in game plan
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football vs. Colorado: Freshman linebacker Da'Sean Downey ready to step into starting role if needed
(The Springfield Republican)
EMU football team prepares for challenge of facing SEC foe Florida Gators
(Ann Arbor News)
EMU football team sticking with much discussed concrete wall entrance for future home games
(Ann Arbor News)
3 Eastern Michigan football players charged with assault
(Ann Arbor News)
BSU basketball to make two trips out West
(Muncie Star Press)
Cards linebackers boast something new: depth
(Muncie Star Press)

Wednesday, September 03, 2014
Vick Named Athlon Sports MAC Player of the Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Solich Addresses the Media During Kentucky Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio Football: Hometown Hopefuls
(WOUB)
Carries are precious in crowded Cats backfield
(Lexington Herald Leader)
Akron Zips are ready for Saturday's noon matchup at Penn State
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
BGSU suspends athlete accused of sex crime
(Toledo Blade)
KSU football: Memory of Jason Bitsko drives Golden Flashes
(Akron Beacon Journal)
UA football: Coach Terry Bowden expects more from Zips’ running game
(Akron Beacon Journal)
McIntosh named starter against Northwestern
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Mario Rodriguez a welcome addition to WMU football offensive line that paved the way at Purdue
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
After weeks of waiting, transfer tight end Jean Sifrin begins practicing with UMass football
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football vs. Colorado: Minutemen 17-point underdogs at home for second straight week
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football vs.Colorado: J.T. Blyden, Ryan Johnson crack the depth chart; Da'Sean Downey listed as starting outside linebacker
(The Springfield Republican)
Cards linebackers boast something new: depth
(Muncie Star Press)
Ball State football featured on ESPNU
(Muncie Star Press)
UB gives Hurley a vote of confidence with new deal
(Buffalo News)
Receiver Willoughby looms large for UB
(Buffalo News)

Tuesday, September 02, 2014
@OhioMensBball's Ndour, Senegal Upset Croatia
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Yazdani Named MAC East Special Teams Player of the Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats will address fumbles
(Athens Messenger)
Video: Mark Stoops previews Ohio game
(Lexington Herald Leader)
Stoops says UK football's feel-good session is over
(Lexington Herald Leader)
Mark Story: For UK football fans, days of blind loyalty seem long over
(Lexington Herald Leader)
Promising Bobcat debut nearly gets fumbled away
(Athens News)
Getting back into the swing of the MAC
(The Post)
Ohio College Football Insider: Derrius Vick shows maturity
(Columbus Dispatch)
MAC Football 2014 - Quick hits from weekly coaches teleconference
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
KSU's Nate Holley named MAC player of week
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Toledo DB Cole could be out for year
(Toledo Blade)
Central’s Green commits to UT
(Toledo Blade)
Western Michigan football team's helmet stickers honor late Bronco coach Bill Doolittle
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Ohio Football: One Team, One Mission
(WOUB)
UMass football coach Mark Whipple not concerned with Blake Lucas' confidence after missed kick against Boston College
(The Springfield Republican)
EMU linebacker Nathan Adams earns special teams player of the week honors in MAC West Division
(Ann Arbor News)

Monday, September 01, 2014
@OhioMensBball's Ndour Helps Senegal Best Puerto Rico
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
John Clay: Patrick Towles standing tall for UK in more ways than one
(Lexington Herald Leader)
MAC Football 2014 - A lot to like after opening week
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
David Drew grades Western Michigan's performance in loss at Purdue; Share your grades, too
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Numbers tell story of WMU football defensive struggles in loss at Purdue
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Column: EMU football entrance video goes viral, fits lazy media narrative
(Ann Arbor News)
Coach: RedHawks need to play with more intensity
(Hamilton Journal-News)



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