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2015 Schedule
7-6, 2nd in C-USA - East

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans third-round safety Kevin Byard says the ball skills that helped him collect 19 picks started as high school QB and WR. Plans to be immediate impact guy on special teams and fight for a starting job. Knows they just signed veteran Rashad Johnson as free safety, too. Doesn't have a favorite player. "I'm my favorite NFL player now."


Highlights: Kevin Byard

Tennessee took Byard with the first pick of the third round. Check out some of Byard's best highlights here.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans GM Jon Robinson (left): Third-rounder Kevin Byard from MTSU has outstanding ball skills. Can play free and strong.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Safety Kevin Byard gets to work with Titans safeties coach Steve Jackson. He's a great teacher. Technique, technique, technique. And he preaches toughness. Great spot for a rookie. That's how you develop.

Byard could buck free safety trend in NFL

Kevin Byard had a nice interception against Alabama and later showed off his speed by taking down running back Kenyan Drake. His production and athleticism make him a viable free safety candidate in the NFL. Most underrated NFL draft prospects (Insider)

Western Michigan gets first bowl win in Bahamas (1:14)

Brandon Chatmon ESPN Staff Writer 

Western Michigan S Rontavious Adams was the unsung hero of the Popeye's Bahamas Bowl. Adams had a key fourth quarter interception that helped the Broncos secure their first-ever bowl win and finished with seven tackles, which tied for second on the squad.

The keys to Western Michigan's win (2:44)
Popeye's Bahamas Bowl Trophy Presentation (5:55)

Bogan keys W. Michigan's Bahamas Bowl win

Jamauri Bogan scored four rushing TDs -- including back-to-back scores to put the game away -- as Western Michigan claimed the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl over Middle Tennessee, 45-31.

P.J. Fleck proud of his team (0:58)
Western Michigan dumps Gatorade on Head Coach P.J. Fleck as time runs out in Popeye's Bahamas Bowl (0:29)

Bahamas Bowl coming down to the wire

Western Michigan just broke a 31-31 tie with a short TD run to take a seven-point lead over Middle Tennessee in the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl. Just over six minutes remain. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

Brandon Chatmon ESPN Staff Writer 

Western Michigan's Jamauri Bogan has provided a huge spark for the Broncos in the Popeye's Bahamas Bowl. He has nine carries for 121 yards and two touchdowns. Bogan has touchdown runs of 62 yards and 46 yards, both on short yardage plays which saw him break past the line of scrimmage and outrace Middle Tennessee's defense to the end zone.

Brandon Chatmon ESPN Staff Writer 

It's seemed like two different games during the first half at the Popeye's Bahamas Bowl. Middle Tennessee State and Western Michigan combined for 34 points and 475 yards in the first quarter. In the second quarter the two teams combined for zero points and 147 total yards. With the score tied at 17 at halftime, it should be interesting to see if the offensive fireworks return in the second half.


Scoreless second quarter in Bahamas

After both teams scored 17 points in the first quarter, the second quarter of the Bahamas Bowl was scoreless, thanks in large part to turnovers like this fumble.


TBT: Wild finish at Popeyes Bahamas Bowl

Western Kentucky topped Central Michigan 49-48 in last season's Popeyes Bahamas Bowl, but the Hilltoppers blew a big lead and gave up the craziest play of the bowl season.

Western Michigan Head Coach P.J. Fleck Halftime Interview (0:35)

Did this pick seal Western Michigan's fate?

The Broncos are 7-0 when Zach Terrell doesn't throw an interception and 0-5 when he does. This pick gave Middle Tennessee great field position, but the Blue Raiders couldn't capitalize.


Fireworks continue in Bahamas

The first 10 bowl games of the season saw a combined two first-quarter TDs of at least 40 yards. The Bahamas Bowl has had four, with the latest going for 80 yards to pull Western Michigan even with Middle Tennessee.