At around 10:30 p.m. on Dec. 8, Kalamazoo police responded to a report of a shooting near the campus of Western Michigan University. They arrived to find 19-year-old WMU student Jacob Ryan Jones dead, and a day later they arrested 20-year-old WMU basketball player Joeviair Kennedy as part of a felony homicide…
Most expected College GameDay to be in Morgantown today for the Oklahoma-WVU game—but ESPN switched everybody up for its second-ever MAC visit, in Kalamazoo. Here are your WMU-y GameDay signs.
Western Michigan receiver Carrington Thompson needed help getting off the field after a hit left him so dazed he collapsed after trying to walk away from the play:
Northwestern was driving late to take the lead on Western Michigan, needing only a field goal to gain the advantage on the scoreboard and having first-and-goal to do it. Then, disaster: Clayton Thorson fumbled just as he reached the end zone and WMU’s Davontae Ginwright recovered. Then things got weird.
Two Western Michigan University football players were arrested early this morning after allegedly holding up and robbing a fellow student, reports Kalamazoo’s CBS affiliate.
Western Michigan defensive back Asantay Brown left the field on a stretcher after being targeted with a blindside hit to the head by Toledo’s Alonzo Russell.
Western Michigan surprised walk-on junior RB/special teamer Trevor Sweeney with a scholarship during practice this week. The offer was strapped to a football that Sweeney was supposed to discover during an onside-kick drill. Except:
There once was a time when anonymously spreading rumors about which booster's wife your local college football coach was banging was the birthright of every college football message board user, but times are changing. Now, that stuff can get you sued for defamation.
Look out Kliff Kingsbury, there's another college football coach out there who's aiming for the title of Swaggiest Bro-Coach to Have Ever Swagged. Meet Western Michigan head coach P.J. Fleck. He's here to walk you through the new game-day traditions that will be taking place at Bronco games this year.
First, let me establish my homer credentials: I am a proud graduate of Temple University, class of '06. Now, my opinion on Temple getting shafted for a bowl game: I'm pretty OK with it.
Please accept the harmonious balance of David Letterman and Tim Allen's alma maters, respectively, to infiltrate your Tuesday night plans. The undefeated Ball State Cardinals welcome the 9-2 WMU Broncos, and the winner is in the MAC Championship game. Fun fact: It's not illegal to shout "jump" in a crowded live blog.…