WKU closed out their on-campus practices on Thursday in preparation for the inaugural Popeyes Bahamas Bowl, the final on-campus practice of the 2014 season for the Hilltoppers.
During their current four-game winning streak, the Hilltoppers have seen a dramatic rise in performance of their defense, a group that will need to continue to play well in the inaugural Popeyes Bahamas Bowl on Christmas Eve.
WKU head coach Jeff Brohm announced Wednesday the signing of Sidney Hammond (Kennesaw, Ga.) out of Dodge City Community College to a National Letter of Intent.
WKU Football returned to the gridiron at Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium Tuesday morning to further its preparations for next week's Popeye's Bahamas Bowl showdown on Christmas Eve with Central Michigan.
WKU Head Football Coach Jeff Brohm, as well as WKU cheerleaders and Big Red, will be on hand Tuesday at Lost River Pizza for the Popeyes Bahamas Bowl Send-Off Radio Show, beginning at 5:30 p.m. inside the restaurant.