2016 ScheduleAll times ET

2016 Schedule
1st in MAC - West

P.J. Fleck @Coach_Fleck

Absolutely devastated with the news of Nebraska punter Sam Foltz & Mich. St. punter Mike Sadler... Our hearts & thoughts are with you all.

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MAC's 12 most important players in 2016

Bowling Green took home last season's MAC title, but Western Michigan brings back receiver Corey Davis and a high-powered offense. Who are the other players to watch in the conference?

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MAC confidential: Opposing coaches dish on league

How do MAC coaches think 2016 will go? Opposing coaches dish on why Ohio will be good (again), Kareem Hunt should hit 1,000 yards (again) and Western Michigan will throw it a lot (again).

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Highlights: Daniel Braverman

The Bears added another weapon in Round 7, taking the former Western Michigan receiver. Check out some of Braverman's best highlights.

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Daniel Braverman highlights (0:47)
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Highlights: Willie Beavers

The Vikings nabbed the Western Michigan product with the 121st overall pick. Check out some of Beavers' best highlights.

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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.

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

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

Team Stats

Passing Yards283.426th
Rushing Yards197.234th
Points For35.428th
Points Against28.178th