San Jose State and Western Michigan announce home-and-home football series

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By: Ana Kieu

SAN JOSE, Calif. —  San Jose State University will play Western Michigan University in a non-conference home-and-home football series during the 2021 and 2022 seasons, respectively. Marie Tuite, the Spartans’ Director of Athletics, made the announcement for the university.

SJSU will travel to Kalamazoo, Mich. for the first time in program history for a Sept. 25, 2021 road game. The return game in San Jose, Calif. will be in CEFCU Stadium on Sept. 24, 2022.

When the Spartans face the Broncos on the road in 2021, it will be the first time these teams are competing against each other in football.

Western Michigan has been a member of the Mid-American Conference (MAC) since 1947. SJSU, a Mountain West member, has faced current MAC institutions: Miami (Ohio), Bowling Green, Northern Illinois, Toledo, Eastern Michigan and Central Michigan in its football history since 1979.

NCAAB podcast with Michelle Richardson: It’s only two losses, no need for Zags to panic, have lost two straight; Michigan rolls to 11-0; plus Stanford volleyball and Michelle’s Final Thoughts

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On the NCAAB podcast with Michelle Richardson:

#1 After back-to-back losses to Tennessee (8-1) and North Carolina (8-2), where does this leave Gonzaga (9-2)?

#2 Michigan now 11-0 after their latest victory over Western Michigan (5-5) 70-62.

#3 Stanford Women’s Volleyball are on a roll and they won eight consecutive matches. Michelle lays down the reason why they’ve had so much success.

#4 Michelle’s Final Thoughts

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