A very highly regarded recruiting class for Kent State football is already paying huge dividends in the 2009 season as many of the Golden Flashes' key contributors are freshmen and sophomores. The future of Kent State football is looking very bright. Jonas Fortune from the ABJ has the complete story.
The Kent State defense will face a very accomplished, gun-slinging quarterback this Saturday when they face Tim Hiller and the Western Michigan Broncos. Hiller, an Orrville product, has passed for 2,254 yards and a 62.4 percent completion percentage on the season. KSU's defense, mainly the front four, will have to get some pressure on Hiller. Elton Alexander from The Plain Dealer is breaking down the matchup.
The Western Michigan Broncos are "beat up" according to their head coach Bill Cubit, writes the Kalamazoo Gazette.