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Western Kentucky vs Old Dominion Live

Date and Time: October 20th, 2017 6:00 PM EST
Venue: Foreman Field, Norfolk, Virginia
TV: CBSSN (US)

Western Kentucky and Old Dominion lock horns in a college football regular season matchup.The game kicks off at 6:00 PM EST  Foreman Field, Norfolk, Virgin, FuboTV (US Desktop (Subscription required click here to start your free fuboTV trial and watch now, you can cancel at any time. DVR Available.The Hill Toppers are 4-2 in the season after they downed Charlotte 45-14 last Saturday. The offensive unit racked up a season-high 627 yards of offense. gave an impressive performance equally a career-high five touchdowns passes and running for one going 33-for-47 passing for 398 yards for the win.

Western Kentucky begins the second half of the season facing a much tougher slate than it saw in the first. Its next six games are against teams with a combined record of 20-18 – doesn’t sound too harsh until considering the team’s first six contests came against squads now a dismal 8-20. Thus, Hilltoppers (4-2, 2-1 Conference USA) are going to have to find a way to raise their level of play moving forward. The next game is the biggest game,” WKU redshirt-senior left tackle Jimmie Sims said. “Friday night, national TV. It’s a big stage, we’re preparing for it, we’ll be ready for it.” Western’s second half begins in earnest at 5 p.m. CDT Friday at Old Dominion in a game televised by the CBS Sports Network.

Takeaways from the game were running backs Jeremy Cox and Ray Lawry combining for 92-yards on 29 carries. It was a good show from Lawry who was playing for the first time since the opener as rushed 14 times for 40-yards. Another promising player in the True freshman Steven Williamswho completed 14-of-27 passes for 116-yards and an interception in his third start last week at Marshall. Senior wide receiver Melvin Vaughn is doing a great job in teaching true freshmen receivers Jake Herslow and Kevin Todd as both of them made their first career catches at Marshall. However, the entire unit has workout for a win rather individual achievements.

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