Can the Golden Flashes take advantage of experience and a soft early schedule (Alabama game aside) to make just their second bowl run in 40 years?
Toledo seems to have quickly found its new defensive coordinator after the official departure of Jon Heacock on Saturday.
Marshall picks up its first overtime win since 2012 after erasing a 12 point deficit and converting on fourth down to force the second overtime.
An double overtime affair ended in a home loss for the Golden Flashes, who sputtered late after a double-digit third-quarter lead.
Illinois looks to start the 2015 season off right with a win over the experienced Kent State Golden Flashes.
Former WMU Coach Bill Cubit was recently named the interim coach for this season at the University of Illinois. He faces a familiar face week one when the Golden Flashes come to Champaign.
Kent State was dealt an impossible hand in 2014, but a team that improved late in the year returns quite a bit of maturity and experience this fall.