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Summa Field at InfoCision Stadium, Akron, Ohio Attendance: 490
Eleby, Eskridge help Western Michigan beat Akron 58-13
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AKRON, Ohio (AP) Kaleb Eleby passed for 262 yards and three touchdowns, including two to D'Wayne Eskridge, and Western Michigan cruised to a 58-13 win over Akron on Wednesday night in the season, and Mid-American Conference, opener for both teams.
Eskridge had three receptions for 113 yards - including a 76-yard TD that made it 37-13 early in the third quarter - and his 45-yard kickoff return in the first quarter eventually led to his 5-yard scoring catch that gave Western Michigan the lead for good at 10-3.
Akron has lost 18 in a row since a 17-10 win over Central Michigan on October 27, 2018, leaving second-year coach Tom Arth - who went 0-12 in last season - in search of his first win with the Zips.
La'Darius Jefferson, Sean Tyler, Jaxson Kincaide and Christian Singleton each scored a rushing touchdown for WMU and Jaylen Hall scored on 68-yard catch-and-run.
Jeremiah Knight had 74 yards rushing on 11 carries for Akron.
Updated November 4, 2020