Eastern will host second-round playoff game Saturday, Dec. 7
FROM NEWS SERVICE REPORTS
Perhaps the best part of Eastern Washington University’s thrilling come-from-behind victory over Portland State was the rest that awaits.
The Eagles, who capped a perfect 8-0 Big Sky Conference season with a 42-41 win over the Vikings on Saturday Nov. 23, received a first-round bye and will host a game Dec. 7 at 1 p.m. at Roos Field in the second round of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision Playoffs.
Pairings were announced Sunday, Nov. 24, and the Eagles will face the winner of the South Dakota State at Northern Arizona Nov. 30. The Jackrabbits are 8-4 on...
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