Marshall rushed for more than 300 yards for the first time since 2015 in a win at Old Dominion.
Marshall looks to stay above .500 when it plays at Old Dominion.
Old Dominion has just one win, but it came against a nationally-ranked Virginia Tech team.
Coming off a disappointing home loss, Marshall will try to get back on track Saturday at ODU.
Without its starting quarterback, Marshall fell flat in the second half of a 34-24 loss to Middle Tennessee.
The winner of Friday's Marshall vs. Middle Tennessee State game will be in the driver's seat on the road to a conference title.
Middle Tennessee quarterback Brent Stockstill and Marshall wide receiver Tyre Brady are focal points for their respective offenses.
Marshall's defense has its work cut out trying to slow down MTSU quarterback Brent Stockstill.
The Thundering Herd delivered late to hang on for a tight win at Western Kentucky.
Marshall looks to respond from its first loss of the season in its Conference USA opener.
Michael Payton led the Thundering Herd to the Division I-AA Championship in 1992 and received the Walter Payton Award that same year.
Marshall coach Doc Holliday and Western Kentucky coach Mike Sanford are continuing preparations for Saturday's game between the Herd and Hilltoppers.
Marshall's success from last season creates higher expectations this year.
Marshall opens Conference USA play Saturday at Western Kentucky.
Herd falls to Wolfpack by identical score of 2017 matchup.
Marshall plays host to its first Power 5 opponent since 2015 when N.C. State visits Saturday.
Marshall coach Doc Holliday believes his team is as healthy as it's been all season.
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Both Marshall and North Carolina State had extra preparation for this weekend's game in Huntington.
Marshall's coaching staff will look hard at several areas the Herd can improve on ahead of next week's game against NC State.