Andrew Haldeman

Western Michigan Broncos #45 - Kicker

  • Height: 5-10
  • Weight: 168
  • Seasons: JR

The Western-Central rivalry under P.J. Fleck

Four years ago, Kelly-Shorts stadium hosted the last WMU win for Bill Cubit before his firing two weeks later. Now, with the rivalry heating up, we revisit that game, and the rivalry since Cubit’s...

Underdogs kicking it on the Lou Groza Watch List

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In 1992,The Palm Beach County Sports Commission established the Lou Groza Collegiate Place-Kicker award which has become the most prestigious college football award for kickers. We want one.

Is this Western Michigan's year?

Western Michigan head coach P.J. Fleck is inking the best recruiting class in the MAC every year, and his Broncos began improving before those classes even matured. Are Fleck and WMU ready for the...

Davis spearheads a 54-7 WMU win over Ball State

Corey Davis had a monster first half, and the Broncos used a big 2nd quarter to roll to a 54-7 victory.

The HOW Of A Championship

From the lows to the highs, this Western Michigan team has faced it all en route to back-to-back Michigan MAC Championships

Helmet Stickers: Four scores for Jamauri Bogan

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Week nine brought a flurry of great performances, including KeVonn Mabon and Jamauri Bogan, but also a much maligned kicker for Western Michigan.

Michigan MAC Trophy on the line in Ypsilanti

The Western Michigan Broncos look to win back-to-back Michigan MAC Trophies on Thursday as they face the Eastern Michigan Eagles to kick-off the conference's weeknight season.

Talkin' sMACk: Miami vs. Western Michigan

What do our resident Hustlers have to say about the match-up between the RedHawks and Broncos?

Broncos stave off Chippewa comeback in 41-39 win

The Western Michigan Broncos took home their fourth Victory Cannon trophy in five years in a thrilling 41-39 victory over rival Central Michigan on Saturday. Zach Terrell led the Broncos to victory...

Mistakes doom Broncos, Buckeyes roll in 38-12 win

The Western Michigan Broncos held their own early on, but mistakes and missed opportunities doomed them in a 38-12 loss. Ezekiel Elliott dominated the 2nd half, finishing with a hundred yard game.

WMU rowing toward the top

WMU pulled off one hell of a second-year surge under P.J. Fleck, and only road trips to NIU and Toledo prevent the Broncos from being the outright MAC favorite this fall. Fleck's building something...

A Way-Too-Early Prediction for Western Michigan

Following the release of the 2015 MAC football schedule on Friday there were plenty of questions surrounding P.J. Fleck's young squad. One in particular asked if they were an 8-win team. But is...