How to Watch Western Michigan Broncos vs. Central Michigan Chippewas – November 7

The Western Michigan Broncos (3-6) and the Central Michigan Chippewas (5-4) clash to try to take home the Victory Cannon on Tuesday, November 7, 2023 at Waldo Stadium. The Broncos are 3-point favorites. The contest’s point total is set at 58.

You’ll want to head to ESPNU for the upcoming matchup featuring the Broncos and Chippewas.

Broncos vs. Chippewas Game Info

  • Date: Tuesday, November 7, 2023
  • Time: 7:00 PM ET
  • Channel: ESPNU
  • Livestream: Stream NCAA football on Fubo and ESPN+
  • City: Kalamazoo, Michigan
  • Venue: Waldo Stadium

Broncos Insights

  • The Broncos are averaging 381.2 yards per game on offense, which ranks them 74th in the FBS. On defense, they rank 91st, surrendering 396.3 yards per contest.
  • With 32.8 points allowed per game on defense, which ranks 17th-worst in the FBS, the Broncos have been forced to rely on their 77th-ranked offense (26.2 points per contest) to keep them competitive.
  • Despite having a bottom-25 pass defense that ranks 22nd-worst in the FBS (253.7 passing yards allowed per game), Western Michigan has played better offensively, ranking 87th in the FBS by averaging 210.7 passing yards per game.
  • The Broncos rank 46th in run offense (170.6 rushing yards per game) and 62nd in run defense (142.7 rushing yards allowed per game) this year.
  • Western Michigan sports the 100th-ranked third-down offense this season (35.8% third-down conversion rate), but has been worse defensively, ranking 25th-worst with a 43.7% third-down percentage allowed.
  • The Broncos rank 58th in college football with a +1 turnover margin after forcing 10 turnovers (67th in the FBS) and committing nine (46th in the FBS).

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Chippewas Insights

  • With 340.3 total yards per game on offense, Central Michigan ranks 100th in the FBS in 2023. Defensively, it ranks 97th, allowing 407.4 total yards per contest.
  • With 23.7 points per game on the offensive side of the ball, Central Michigan ranks 90th in the FBS. Defensively, it ranks 104th, surrendering 29.9 points per game.
  • The Chippewas have plenty of room to get better in the passing game, as they rank 21st-worst in passing yards per game (180.3) this season and 19th-worst in passing yards surrendered per game (256.4).
  • Central Michigan is generating 160.0 rushing yards per contest on offense this season (68th-ranked). Meanwhile, it is giving up 151.0 rushing yards per game (76th-ranked) on defense.
  • The Chippewas’ third-down offense has been a bottom-25 unit this season, registering a 33.6% third-down percentage, which ranks 25th-worst in the FBS. On the defensive side of the ball, they rank 46th with a 36.3% third-down rate ceded.
  • Central Michigan has recorded five forced turnovers (124th in the FBS) and committed nine turnovers (46th in the FBS) this season for a -4 turnover margin that ranks 101st in the FBS.

Broncos Leaders

  • Jalen Buckley has put up 769 rushing yards with seven touchdowns (96.1 yards per game through eight games). His 5.5 yards per attempt rank 87th in college football.
  • Buckley has been targeted zero times in the passing game and has 13 catches (1.6 per game) for 129 yards (16.1 per game) and zero TDs.
  • Zahir Abdus-Salaam averages 3.7 yards per carry (291st in the FBS) and 41.7 yards per game, and has 375 total rushing yards. He has scored five rushing TDs this season.
  • Hayden Wolff has 867 passing yards, five touchdowns and two interceptions this year. He has completed 66.7% of his passes, averaging 173.4 yards per game and 6.6 per attempt.
  • He has added 47 rushing yards (9.4 per game) and two touchdowns on the ground.

Chippewas Leaders

  • Jase Bauer is averaging 6.3 passing yards per attempt (135th in the FBS) and 148.6 yards per game this year, completing 58.2% of his passes on the way to 1,337 total yards, six touchdowns and six interceptions through nine games.
  • He’s added 329 yards on the ground (third on the Chippewas), with nine rushing touchdowns. He’s averaging 36.6 yards per game and 3.7 per attempt.
  • Marion Lukes averages 51.3 rushing yards per game over nine games (462 total yards), while scoring three rushing touchdowns.
  • Lukes has added 23 receptions (2.6 per game) for 228 yards (25.3 per game), without a receiving touchdown. He’s been targeted zero times in the passing game.
  • Jesse Prewitt III has put up 428 receiving yards and four touchdowns on 29 receptions, while being targeted zero times this season.
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