Central Michigan CMU vs Northern Illinois NIU football schedule: start time, tv channel, live stream online, NCAAF scores and results

Central Michigan CMU vs Northern Illinois NIU football schedule: start time, tv channel, live stream online, NCAAF scores and results

The Northern Illinois Huskies host the Central Michigan Chippewas in week 7 of the college football schedule on Saturday, kick off time at 3:30 PM ET, at Huskie Stadium.

The Central Michigan Chippewas (4-2) are coming from a 24-21 victory over the Ball State Cardinals in week 6. Cooper Rush threw for 269 yards and a touchdown in 21-for-32 passes. On the ground, Devon Spalding rushed for 157 yards and a touchdown in 23 carries while Jahray Hayes had four yards in three carries. Corey Willis led in receiving with 105 yards and a touchdown in six catches while Mark Chapman had 63 yards in three catches.

On the offense, Central Michigan football averages 301.0 yards in passing and 132.8 yards in rushing. On the defense, Central Michigan football allows 211.0 yards in passing and 140.7 yards in rushing against their opponents.

The Northern Illinois Huskies (1-5) suffered from a 45-30 loss to the Western Michigan Broncos in week 6. Anthony Maddie threw for 224 yards and a touchdown in 14-for-30 passes. On the ground, Maddie rushed for 111 yards and a touchdown in 17 carries while Jordan Huff had 79 yards in nine carries. Christian Blake had two yards and a touchdown. Kenny Golladay led in receiving with 99 yards in five receptions while Aregoros Turner had 51 yards in three receptions. Shane Wimann had 28 yards and a touchdown.

On the offense, Northern Illinois football averages 247.5 yards in passing and 225.3 yards in rushing. On the defense, Northern Illinois football allows 275.7 yards in passing and 223.7 yards in rushing against their opponents.

CMU vs NIU football game schedule:

Date: October 15, 2016
Kick Off Time: 3:30 PM ET
TV Channel Schedule: ESPN3
Live Stream: WatchESPN
Odds and Point Spread: -2.5 Central Michigan, 65.0 O/U

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