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Match Schedule
NCAA College Football 2016 – Week 4
Wyoming vs Eastern Michigan Live Stream
Date : Friday, September 23
Time : 7:30 PM ET

Wyoming has played two Friday games in Craig Bohl’s first two seasons. Both came against Utah State and both were losses.

“Our coaches were up bright and early, so we’ve been game-planning hard,” Bohl said. “I’m sure Eastern’s doing the same. As coaches, you just adjust your clock and move them up, and that will kind of alter some of how we structure our periods and some of the things we do, but try to get our work in before we hop on that plane.”

The Eastern Michigan University football team wraps up non-conference play in 2016 when it hosts the Cowboys of the University of Wyoming Friday, Sept. 23.  Kickoff is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. under the lights at “The Factory” inside Rynearson Stadium.

The Eagles enter the contest with a 2-1 (0-0 MAC) record behind a stout defensive performance in a 37-19 win at the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, Sept. 17. Meanwhile, the Cowboys are 2-1 (0-0 MW) after downing the University of California-Davis, 45-22, at War Memorial Stadium, Sept. 17.
The contest will be nationally televised by CBS Sports Network with Ben Holden providing play-by-play, Sed Bonner serving as the analyst, and John Schriffen reporting from the sideline. WEMU (89.1 FM) will provide audio coverage of the game with Matt Shepard and Rob Rubick calling the action on the field.

NON-CONFERENCE ROAD WINS: With the Eagles securing a non-conference road victory in Charlotte, the Green and White have notched back-to-back seasons with a non-conference road win for the first time since 1977.  39 seasons ago, Eastern managed to beat Akron (who had not yet joined the MAC) and North Carolina A&T in the same season, 42-28 and 21-20, respectively.

FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS: The EMU-Wyoming game marks one just of three FBS contest being played Friday evening, Sept. 23. The tilt in Ypsilanti will get things started at 7:30 p.m., after which TCU and SMU will square off at 8 p.m. Finally, rounding out the trio of matchups is USC at Utah at 9 p.m.

FRICANO AGAIN NAMED MAC WEST DIVISION SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Redshirt freshman kicker Paul Fricano was named the Mid-American Conference West Division Special Teams Player of the Week for the period ending Sept. 17.  It marks the second time in the last three weeks that the Rochester, N.Y. native has won the award.
Fricano had a perfect game against the Charlotte 49ers from a kicking perspective. Fricano was a perfect three-of-three with field goals of 22, 30, and 36 yards, while he was also four-of-four on PATs. With his kick from 36 yards out, Fricano set a new career-best.  The first-year kicker is also a perfect 15-for-15 in extra points, which leads the MAC.

COACH TO CURE MD: This week the Eastern Michigan coaching staff will be wearing special arm patches in honor of the AFCA’s Coach to Cure MD program. This is the ninth year coaches around the country join together to raise funding and awareness of Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Fans are encouraged to donate by texting “CURE” to 90999 or visiting www.CoachtoCureMD.org.