LAST NIGHT THE EASTERN WASHINGTON EAGLES TOOK ON THE
MONTANA WESTERN BULLDOGS OUT IN CHENEY...
AND YOU COULDN'T REALLY CALL IT MUCH OF A GAME.
THE EAGLES DOMINATED FROM THE OPENING KICKOFF.
MARIO BROWN LED THE EAGLES WITH 109 RUSHING YARDS
AND A SCORE...
QUARTERBACK VERNON ADAMS WAS SPECTACULAR, THROWING
FOR 360 YARDS AND FIVE TOUCHDOWNS.
HE ONLY HAD THREE INCOMPLETIONS ON THE NIGHT.
THE EAGLES DID HAVE ONE MAJOR PROBLEM THOUGH.
THEY FUMBLED THE BALL SIX TIMES ON THE NIGHT, WHICH
WAS MUCH MORE CONCERNING THAN THE BLOWOUT WIN.
I'm not worried about what that scoreboard says, oh
well you got the W this and that, I'm more worried
about play by play by play by play grading them each
out, where are we at, and that's where I still, I
know we are a long way away but, I know it's within
this group to get there, it's just, it's going to
take a disciplined week.
THE EAGLES WILL LOOK TO TAKE DOWN A PAC-12 OPPONENT
FOR THE SECOND YEAR IN A ROW THIS WEEKEND, TAKING
ON THE WASHINGTON HUSKIES, OUR COVERAGE STARTS AT
SATURDAY ON 700 ESPN.