Central Michigan took a 24-21 win Wednesday night in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl.
Western Kentucky can win it first bowl game since becoming a top-tier program in college football in 2009.
Before the Bobby Petrino era begins at Western Kentucky, there’s a bowl game to play — the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl against Central Michigan.
Kyle Randall scored 19 points and Central Michigan beat Pepperdine 80-77 Sunday night, handing them their first loss at home this season.
Colorado athletic director Mike Bohn made his pitch to Cincinnati football coach Butch Jones on Monday.
Western Kentucky is heading to its first bowl since joining college football’s top tier in 2009.
Fran McCaffery couldn’t afford to take out Mike Gesell.
It was the type of game Michigan State could have easily overlooked — a short road trip to play an undermanned opponent, right in between the two biggest nonconference games of the season.
Andrew Maxwell threw for 275 yards and two touchdowns, and No. 11 Michigan State cruised to a 41-7 win over Central Michigan on Saturday.
Following a workhorse performance, Bell and the 11th-ranked Spartans look to keep the production up as they make the short trip to face Central Michigan on Saturday.