A crowd of 26,136 weathered freezing temperatures and high winds, but was energized throughout the afternoon. The day was electric in Kalamazoo as WMU hosted ESPN College GameDay in the morning.
Terrell became Western Michigan's all-time . . .
Senior wide receiver Corey Davis matched a career high with 13 catches and had two touchdowns to give him 49 for his career, breaking the Mid-American Conference record for career TD receptions. He rang up 173 yards and now is just 19 yards shy of breaking the all-time FBS record for career receiving yards. Davis also holds the MAC records for career yards receiving.
After a scoreless opening quarter, the Broncos controlled the action the rest of the way. Terrell found Davis for a 22-yard touchdown with 8:16 left in the second quarter, and then passed to Jarvion Franklin for a 20-yard touchdown with two minutes left in the half. The Broncos led 14-0 at halftime.
Western Michigan padded its lead in the third quarter on Butch Hampton's 30-yard field goal and Terrell's 65-yard touchdown pass to Henry. Terrell found Davis again in the fourth quarter on a seven-yard touchdown. Senior running back Fabian Johnson recorded WMU's final touchdown on a nine-run with 1:47 left to play.
WMU's offense out-gained Buffalo's 626-268 and Western Michigan's defense recorded its second shutout this season. The Broncos beat Akron 41-0 on Oct. 15 for their first shutout since 2006.
(Courtesy of WMU Athletics)