The Western Michigan Broncos continue to "row" after their Tuesday night victory over the Ball State Cardinals on the road. The Broncos were dominant in a 52-20 win, in a game that saw several school and conference records broken, played another clean game with just two penalties and committed zero turnovers.

Among the records was the 11th straight victory (dating back to last year) and a 9-0 start the becomes the best start in school history. Individually, senior wide receiver Corey Davis caught three more touchdown passes to give him 47 for his career, tying a Mid-American Conference record. Davis also corralled 12 catches for a school-record 272 yards on the night.

The 17-ranked Broncos return to action Tuesday, November 8th, on the road again in Kent, Ohio, to take on the Kent State Golden Flashes.

The last few weeks, Western Michigan has been featured on ESPN, from head coach PJ Fleck's motivational speeches to celebrities helping with scholarships for walk-ons.

On ESPN's broadcast of Tuesday's game, we got another "gem" from Fleck.