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Eastern Michigan defeats W Michigan 35-32 in OT
EASTRN MICHIGAN 35, WESTRN MICHIGAN 32
YPSILANTI, Mich. (AP) -- Ryan Brumfield rushed for a 4-yard
touchdown to give Eastern Michigan a come-from-behind 35-32
overtime victory over Western Michigan Saturday.
Eastern Michigan (2-8, 1-5 Mid-American) won its first game
under interim head coach Stan Parrish. EMU fired head coach Ron
English on Friday for "inappropriate language" that included a
homophobic slur during a film session with players. English was
11-46 in over five seasons at EMU.
EMU answered Andrew Haldeman's 36-yard field goal in OT by
giving the ball to Brumfield twice before the winning score.
Down 29-21 late in the fourth quarter, Brogan Roback threw a
10-yard touchdown to Dustin Creel. The Eagles added a two-point
conversion that tied the game with 51 seconds remaining.
Zach Terrel was 24 of 39 for 348 yards to lead Western Michigan
(1-9, 1-5). His 70-yard TD pass to Corey Davis gave the Broncos
a 23-21 lead in the third quarter.
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