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The game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN2, and Bonamego said student fans should appreciate the uniqueness of the game and do their part in helping CMU claim a victory.

“I think it’s great for our conference, our program and college football,” Bonamego said. “We are really looking forward to a great crowd. People need to show up. Forget about the excuses. I don’t care how late it is. Show up and stay out.”

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Kickoff: Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. ET

Spread: Toledo -4

TV Channel: ESPN2

A team that just lost for the first time this season and that was knocked out of the national rankings in the process could be vulnerable as a road favorite in Tuesday night MAC action when those Toledo Rockets (7-1, 6-1-1 ATS) pay a visit to the Central Michigan Chippewas (5-4, 8-1 ATS) at Kelly/Shorts Stadium in Mt. Pleasant, MI at 8:00 ET in a game televised nationally on ESPN2.

The point spread at Bet365 has Central Michigan as a moderate home underdog for this contest with the current line at +4 with odds of -105.

Toledo is coming off its first loss of the season after a 32-27 defeat at the hands of Northern Illinois. While the loss knocked the Rockets out of the top 25 rankings, coach Matt Campbell’s team has compiled a solid resume. Toledo scored two huge non-conference wins, defeating Arkansas in Little Rock and Iowa State in the Glass Bowl in September. Additionally, the Rockets defeated the favorite (Arkansas State) to win the Sun Belt title. Central Michigan is off to a 5-4 start under new coach John Bonamego. The Chippewas enter Tuesday night’s matchup with wins in four out of their last five games. Additionally, Bonamego’s team played well in losses against Oklahoma State (24-13), Syracuse (30-27) and Michigan State (30-10).

“I think it’s great for our conference, our program and college football,” Bonamego said. “We are really looking forward to a great crowd. People need to show up. Forget about the excuses. I don’t care how late it is. Show up and stay out.”

Today, University President George Ross sent an e-mail to all CMU students, echoing the football coach’s remarks about school spirit.

“CMU as a whole has an opportunity to demonstrate that unmistakable spirit which defines and unites us … on the field and in the classroom,” Ross wrote. “Let’s fill the stadium and show the nation what it means to be a Chippewa.”

After CMU’s win over Akron, Bonamego even joked he would attend Pint Night, a weekly special at O’Kelly’s Sports Bar & Grille if the Chippewas are to come out of tomorrow night’s game with a victory.

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