Eagles continue homestand against high-flying Lumberjacks


Last updated 11/5/2015 at 8:42am

Paul Delaney

EWU's Cassidy Curtis led his team onto the field in last Saturday's Big Sky Conference game against Weber State. The Eagles got a pair of touchdowns from Cooper Kupp and watched as the Wildcats missed three field goals to earn a 14-13 victory.

The fourth-ranked Eastern Washington University football team seeks to extend its six-game winning streak when the Eagles play their 89th annual Homecoming game this Saturday in an intriguing Big Sky Conference contest versus Northern Arizona at Roos Field. Kickoff is set for 3:05 p.m.

Eastern sits atop the Big Sky Conference at 5-0, has won 22 of its last 23 league games, and has been victorious in 19-straight regular season home games. The only conference loss in the last 27 games for the Eagles against Big Sky opposition (including four out of conference games) was a disappointing, last-...

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