Central Michigan vs. Kent State: How to watch online, live stream info, game time, TV channel

Through 3 Quarters

The Kent State Golden Flashes typically have all the answers at home, but the Central Michigan Chippewas are posing a tough problem. CMU has emerged as the frontrunner after three quarters and is ahead of the Golden Flashes 40-30.

The Chippewas have been led by RB Lew Nichols III, who so far has rushed for two TDs and 165 yards on 30 carries. Kent State has been relying on RB Marquez Cooper, who has rushed for two TDs and 83 yards on 21 carries, and QB Dustin Crum, who has passed for two TDs and 290 yards on 32 attempts.

Kent State has lost 80% of the time when they were down heading into the fourth quarter this year, so this one seems just about wrapped up

Who’s Playing

Kent State @ Central Michigan

Current Records: Kent State 5-4; Central Michigan 5-4

What to Know

The Central Michigan Chippewas and the Kent State Golden Flashes are set to square off in a Mid-American matchup at 8 p.m. ET Nov. 10 at Kelly/Shorts Stadium. Keep an eye on the score for this one: these two teams posted some lofty points totals in their previous games, so things might heat up even more when they meet on Wednesday.

The Chippewas bagged a 42-30 victory over the Western Michigan Broncos last Wednesday. CMU’s RB Lew Nichols III did his thing and rushed for two TDs and 163 yards on 26 carries. Nichols III’s longest run was for 61 yards in the second quarter.

Meanwhile, Kent State didn’t have too much breathing room in their matchup with the Northern Illinois Huskies last week, but they still walked away with a 52-47 win. Yes, you read that final score correctly. And yes, they were playing football. QB Dustin Crum had a dynamite game for Kent State; he passed for two TDs and 322 yards on 30 attempts in addition to rushing for two TDs and 72 yards.

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