The Western Michigan Broncos have had several mentions on ESPN this season, from giving a scholarship to a preferred walk-on from Battle Creek to becoming ranked for the first time in school history.

On Monday night, ESPN made their way to Kalamazoo to entrench themselves in the atmosphere and "dip their toes in the water" at Western. After a 6-0 start, their best since 1941 when they finished 8-0, fourth-year head coach PJ Fleck has the boat in the right direction, as the compass is set for north. If you don't understand the lingo behind "Row The Boat", the feature gives just a taste of what it means to be part of the Broncos F.A.M.I.L.Y. (more lingo for a later time).

Oh, and there's some nice scenes of Kalamazoo in there, too. The Western Michigan Football Facebook page has shared this video.

The Broncos travel to Akron Saturday to take on the Zips at 3:30pm, a game that will be broadcast on the CBS Sports Network. They return home Saturday, October 22nd when the host the Eastern Michigan Eagles at 3:30pm at Waldo Stadium.

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