2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
5-3, 3rd in MAC - West
Toledo's Woodside, Thompson TD combination connects for fourth time (0:35)
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State of Michigan hub of college football

Western Michigan, Central Michigan and Eastern Michigan will all go bowling, predicts Mark Schlabach. What Michigan school won't? Second-half predictions

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Vote for Chippewas' controversial win

Central Michigan beat Oklahoma State on a play that never should have happened at the end of regulation. Was it the best finish to a game in the first half of the season? Vote now!

A whole weekend of Bad Beats from college football (5:41)
Breaking down Central Michigan's triple overtime win over Northern Illinois (3:20)
Central Michigan 25-yard TD pass to beat Northern Illinois in 3rd overtime (2:29)
Flip out for Huskies' Aregeros Turner's TD run (0:58)
Central Michigan's defense comes up with the interception (0:56)
Western Michigan takes pick-six 85 yards to the house (0:27)
ESPN Stats & Info

Broncos favored to stay unbeaten

ESPN's FPI gives Western Michigan (4-0) a 57 percent chance to win at Central Michigan (3-1) in an in-state clash with major MAC implications.

Western Michigan a best pick over Central

We go to the MAC for the battle of Michigan as Western Michigan is laying 3.5 at Central Michigan. ESPN's Phil Steele likes the Broncos to keep their New Year's hopes alive. Week 5 best bets (Insider)

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The MAC has stood tall through Week 4

While no MAC team is given a legit shot to reach the College Football Playoff, Mark Schlabach gives shout outs to Western Michigan, Central Michigan and Toledo this week. Eliminator

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USC's playoff hopes will have to wait another year

The struggles continue for Clay Helton and USC. After losing to Utah to fall to 1-3, the Trojans are one of 11 teams axed from CFP consideration by The Eliminator.

Team Stats

Passing Yards288.426th
Rushing Yards140.5101st
Points For31.156th
Points Against28.674th