Devon Johnson has officially arrived on the scene, the future looks bright and just keep calm and see what happens. Dave Wilson offers up his takeaways from this past weekend.
Rakeem Cato set a new NCAA record in the win over FIU. Highlights and comments from Rakeem Cato, Doc Holliday and Jarquez Samuel.
Images from Marshall's 45-13 win over FIU.
Rakeem Cato breaks Russell Wilson's mark of 38 straight games in his home town in front of friends and family.
Devon Johnson had two touchdown receptions as #25 Marshall improved to 7-0 with a 45-13 win over FIU.
FIU is statistically the best defense in C-USA and will face its toughest test yet in Marshall's high powered offense.
Dave talks with the Daily Mail's Chuck McGill and FIU Radio's Pete Pelegrin. Also how Marshall compares to a 2006 Boise St. team that was told it was not good enough.
Marshall players are excited to be ranked but know that is just one goal they wanted to achieve this season.
Marshall's ability to physically dominate defenses has allowed it to take over games.
Dave Wilson believes there's only one team that can stop Marshall's offense and voters need to take the time to actually watch the Herd play.
Marshall pounded Middle Tennesse State 49-24 to improve to 6-0 on the year and jump back into the top 25 for the first time in more than a decade.
After a 49-24 win over Middle Tennessee State Marshall has crept in to the top 25.
Images from Marshall's 49-24 win over Middle Tennessee.
Craig Wilkins stepped up Saturday with Marshall down both outside receivers.
Rakeem Cato tied Russell Wilson's record of 38 consecutive games with a touchdown pass.
Rakeem Cato threw for three touchdowns and Devon Johnson ran for three touchdowns as Marshall remains unbeaten on the season.
Cato has the freedom and responsibility to Marshall into the right play at the line of scrimmage.
Former Herd RB Doug Chapman is a guest. He offers his thoughts on comparing this year's team to 1999 and if Marshall should be included in the discussion for the four-team playoff.
Doc Holliday is expecting a packed house for Saturday's homecoming game against Middle Tennessee
Doc Holliday says his team is focused on the Blue Raiders, who got the best of the Herd last year.