Tailgating began early for WKU's home game against Miami of Ohio
The pregame tradition Topper Walk
WKU head coach Jeff Brohm leads the Hilltoppers to the stadium
Players, including Jared Dangerfield, enter Houchens-Smith Stadium gate
The Red Towel
WKU secondary coach Mike Cassity works with his group prior to kickoff
Injured offensive lineman Matt Nord (broken foot) tossing a ball around before the game
WKU defensive coordinator Nick Holt instructs his linebackers, including his son Nick Holt, during pregame warmups
Time to stretch
Defensive ends coach Ken Delgado preps the line
Here come the Hilltoppers!
WKU received the ball to begin the game and drove 90 yards for a touchdown.
Miami of Ohio mascot
Doughty was nearly perfect all afternoon, including going 8 of 8 for 129 yards and two touchdowns on first two possessions.
Miami true freshman QB Billy Bahl struggled throughout. He was 4 of 11 for 45 yards and three interceptions.
20,320 attended WKU v Miami (Oh) at Houchens-Smith Stadium. It was the largest crowd of the Jeff Brohm era and seventh largest in program history.
Can't Stop Taywan
WKU WR Taywan Taylor had another 100+ yard outing, including this impressive 43 yard catch in the first quarter.
Taylor made a diving attempt on the deep ball.
The reception helped him record a game-high 154 receiving yards.
Doughty to Taylor
On third and goal, Brandon Doughty sees Taywan Taylor in the end zone.
Moments after his 43-yard catch, Taywan Taylor finds the end zone on a three-yard route to give WKU a 21-0 lead.
Junior defensive back records one of his five tackles on the day.
Sophomore defensive back recorded his first career interception in the win.
WKU running back D'Andre Ferby notched his first career 100+ yard game on Saturday, running for 115 yards on 22 attempts
WKU head coach Jeff Brohm saw his team build a 49-7 halftime lead.
Jared Dangerfield had his biggest outing of the season. He shed a few tacklers for extra yards more than once.
Dangerfield's 5-yard touchdown reception gave the Hilltoppers a 28-0 second quarter lead.
Senior linebacker Nick Holt had seven tackles, including two for a loss and a sack.
Senior defensive lineman Gavin Rocker stops Miami reserve QB Gus Ragland. Rocker finished with four tackles, including two for a loss and a sack.