2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
4-3, 2nd in OVC
38d

Indiana State tops Eastern Kentucky 19-7 for first win

Chris Childers and Peterson Kerlegrand ran for touchdowns, Jerry Nunez kicked two field goals to tie a school record and Indiana State made a goal-line stand to get its first win of the season Saturday, 19-7 over Eastern Kentucky.

Louisville strikes first on 50-yard shovel pass TD (0:27)
44d
Doege throws to Phouthavong for 22-yd Bowling Green TD (0:24)
1y
EKU's MCleskey Jr. takes off for 68-yd TD run (0:36)
1y
Doege finds Morris for 24-yd Bowling Green TD (0:30)
1y
McClesky Jr. runs in for 3-yd TD (0:27)
1y
Johnson escapes tackles, scores TD (0:23)
2y
Snell breaks tackles, scores TD for Kentucky (0:19)
2y
UK VS EKY (0:30)
2y

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Kentucky trails Eastern Kentucky 13-10 at halftime, but they remain fairly strong favorites to win today. Why? Because Eastern Kentucky is 24.7 points worse than the average FBS team, per FPI. And the Wildcats are home, too.

Conrad finds Johnson in stride for Kentucky TD (0:34)
2y
Credit is Brian Blalock/Sam Houston State University.
3y

Sam Houston St.'s Briscoe named FCS' top player

Sam Houston State junior quarterback Jeremiah Briscoe has been named the top offensive player in the Football Championship Subdivision after throwing for 4,602 yards and an NCAA-leading 57 touchd

Neal throws a dart for TD (0:41)
3y
0:33

Unusual formation leads to two points

Eastern Kentucky ran the swinging gate to perfection to get in the end zone for a 2-point conversion against Purdue. But the Boilermakers still lead 21-8 on ESPNews.

1:08

Trick play turned into Purdue pick six

Eastern Kentucky RB James Smith Jr. attempted to throw back to his quarterback, but Purdue's Gelen Robinson picked him off and took it 78 yards to the house. Purdue leads Eastern Kentucky 21-0 on ESPNews.

EKU gadget play goes terribly wrong for Purdue TD (1:08)
3y
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EKU passing game will challenge Purdue

Former Missouri QB Maty Mauk has played in two SEC title games. Now, he might not even start at Eastern Kentucky. The Boilermakers should be prepared to face either Mauk or three-year veteran Bennie Coney on Saturday. Upset watch (Insider)

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Spence will make case for starting job

Rookie Noah Spence blew past veteran right tackle Gosder Cherilus in the first practice in training camp while lining up with the second-team defense. Spence affords the Bucs some flexibility with their fronts, writes Jenna Laine. Camp predictions