NCAA Weekly Highlights ‚Äď November Football | Campus Wardrobe

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NCAA Football Highlights

It’s been a whirlwind of victories and losses in the sprint for bowl eligibility and conference titles. Here, we’ll recap last week’s (Week 10) highlights of schools, then move onto this week (Week 11) with what is to come as we finish off the second week of November.

Tune in to hear about your favorite teams: Kansas State University (KSU) Wildcats, the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Blazers, Appalachian State University Mountaineers, Marshall University Thundering Herd, University of South Alabama Jaguars, University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors, Eastern Michigan University (EMU) Eagles, Kent State University Golden Flashes, Ball State University (BSU) Cardinals, and the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) Rebels.

  1. Kansas State University
  • Last week, Kansas State won against Kansas University 35-10.
  • Kansas State is climbing back to the top, winning their third game in a row.
  • KSU coach Chris Klieman said, 'We're bowl-eligible, we have won three games in a row. It tells you an awful lot about the character and resolve of our guys the way we started off in conference.‚ÄĚ
  • K-State (6-3, 3-3 Big 12)¬†will be playing West Virginia this Saturday, November 13, at noon (ET). The Mountaineers need two wins in its final three games to obtain bowl eligibility. However, it will be tough to beat the Wildcat's impenetrable defense and equally strong offense.
  1. University of Alabama at Birmingham
  • The winning game on Saturday against¬†Louisiana Tech University Bulldogs¬†(52-38) led the Blazers to become bowl eligible.
  • Running back DeWayne McBride ran for 210 yards and scored four touchdowns.
  • UAB will be playing Marshall University at 3:30 PM ET. These Conference USA heavyweights will face off in a rematch of last season‚Äôs league championship game that the Blazers dominated with a 22-13 win. Both teams need this victory to keep their division title hopes alive.
  1. Appalachian State University
  • The remarkable win against¬†Arkansas State University Red Wolves¬†(48-14) keeps the Mountaineers (7-2) atop the Sun Belt‚Äôs East Division standings at 4-1.
  • App State gained 264 yards rushing with a total of 461 in comparison to Arkansas State‚Äôs 193.
  • In next week‚Äôs game with the Appalachian State Mountaineers playing against South Alabama Jaguars, will App State be able to keep their three-game winning streak?
  1. Marshall University
  • In last week‚Äôs game against the¬†Florida Atlantic University Owls., Marshall had an early kick-return score putting them on top, plus a 14-play, 75-yard drive, and a 21-yard TD run with 37 seconds left in the half.
  • Wells completed 26 passes for 351 yards with one interception for Marshall, winning the game.
  1. Tulsa University
  • Tulsa has had some frustrating losses recently, but hopefully, they can get a W this weekend against¬†Tulane,¬†who also hasn‚Äôt been looking too good.
  • Philip Montgomery, coach of the Golden Hurricane said, "This team continues to battle and give ourselves opportunities‚ĶIt's a break here, it's a play there, and it can be the difference in this being an unbelievable season or a season that you're still battling for."
  1. University of Hawaii
  • The Rainbow Warriors also have been unlucky this season with two losses back-to-back. Hopefully, they can turn it around Saturday, November 13, at 4 PM ET against the UNLV Rebels.
  • This season, Hawaii has played ten games, with four wins against the spread.
  1. Eastern Michigan University
  • On November 9, against¬†Ohio Bobcats, Eastern Michigan (6-3, 3-2) had a close game but sadly lost 26-34.
  • This was surprising because, during their game against¬†Toledo, they became bowl eligible for the fourth time in the past five seasons and the sixth time in program history.
  1. Kent State University
  • Last week, November 3, Kent ended a 10-game losing streak in the series, winning against¬†Northern Illinois¬†(first win since 2001).
  • The Golden Flashes has four straight touchdown scoring drives and finished with seven touchdowns, averaging 1:12.
  • However, the game on Wednesday, November 10, was a disappointment. Kent lost to¬†Central Michigan Chippewas¬†30-54.
  1. University of Nevada Las Vegas
  • The Rebels beat¬†New Mexico¬†31-17 on Saturday, November 6, which was coach Marcus Arroyo‚Äôs first victory since joining the program in 2019.
  • Kyle Williams caught seven passes for 137 yards. Cameron Friel threw for 227 yards and two touchdowns.
  1. Ball State University
  • Although Ball State (5-4, 3-2) beat¬†Akron¬†on November 2, the game eight days later against Northern Illinois was a close but ultimate fail (30-29).
  • At the Akron game, Drew Plitt threw for three touchdowns, Justin Hall had a receiving and rushing touchdown, Plitt was 18 of 31 for 185 yards, and Hall made eight catches for 73 yards, carrying it four times for 30 yards.