Complete info for Western Michigan vs. Virginia Tech in Week 5.
Western Michigan Broncos vs. Virginia Tech Hokies
After back-to-back losses, the Virginia Tech Hokies will host the Western Michigan Broncos on Saturday afternoon in their final non-conference game of the 2014 season. Western Michigan enters on the heels of back-to-back wins after opening the season with a loss.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: 12:30 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: ESPN3
Week 4: Western Michigan 45, Murray State 14
Western Michigan gained 605 total yards in the blowout victory over Murray State. Running back Jarvion Franklin amassed 168 yards on 30 carries, including three touchdown runs, and as a team Western Michigan averaged seven yards per carry.
Week 3: Western Michigan 45, Idaho 33
Western Michigan scored 35 points in the first half alone. Jarvion Franklin gained 211 rushing yards on 33 carries (6.4 YPC) and had three touchdowns. QB Zach Terrell needed just 15 pass attempts to net 241 yards through the air, and the Broncos offense didn't turn the ball over en route to a win.
Week 1: Purdue 43, Western Michigan 34
The Broncos outgained Purdue 456-407. Running back Jarvion Franklin had 163 yards and three touchdowns. Western Michigan failed to force a turnover.
Week 4: Georgia Tech 27, Virginia Tech 21
Virginia Tech gave the ball away three times against Georgia Tech. The Hokies gained 424 yards of total offense in the game, including 297 passing yards from quarterback Michael Brewer, but Brewer threw three costly interceptions. Virginia Tech allowed Georgia Tech to rush for 250 yards, including 165 yards from quarterback Justin Thomas.
Week 3: East Carolina 28, Virginia Tech 21
East Carolina came out firing, scoring 21 unanswered points to start the game. Brewer had 56 attempts, completing 30 passes for 298 yards and three touchdowns but also two interceptions. Virginia Tech won the time of possession battle by almost 13 minutes.
Week 2: Virginia Tech 35, Ohio State 21
Virginia Tech held Ohio State, in Columbus, to 327 yards of total offense and forced three turnovers against the young Buckeyes offense. Virginia Tech converted nine of 17 third downs in the game. The Hokies defense held Ohio State to just 108 rushing yards on 40 attempts.
Week 1: Virginia Tech 34, William & Mary 9
Virginia Tech rushed for 222 yards and had nearly 500 yards of total offense. Shai McKenzie gained 106 yards on just nine carries, and Michael Brewer threw for 251 yards on just 30 pass attempts.
- Brad Rowland