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Schultz sees playing time as Western shocks Iowa, 28-19, in road grid clash



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Keith Schultz
November 21, 2007
ALMONT — Almont High School graduate Keith Schultz has seen plenty of playing time for the Western Michigan University football team this fall.

In a 34-31 setback to visiting Central Michigan University on Tuesday, November 6, Schultz had one kickoff return for 17 yards.

The 6-3 and 236-pound senior, a tight end, also was used for his blocking prowess over the course of the matchup involving Mid American Conference rivals.

Their matchup was televised on ESPN.

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The next time Schultz and his teammates hit the field the outcome was a far more pleasing one for fans of the Western Michigan Broncos.

Last Saturday Western (4-6) may have dashed the bowl chances of the Iowa Hawkeyes (6-6), pulling off a stunning 28-19 road victory.

A crowd of 70,585 fans watched the contest at Kinnick Stadium.

The matchup, which saw Western Michigan University bolt out to a 19-0 advantage before holding on for the unexpected win, was televised on the Big Ten Network.

There Schultz saw his share of snaps, being used for blocking prowess.

Western Michigan University will look to make it back-to-back wins this Saturday when it entertains Temple. The contest, at Waldo Stadium, lists a 2 p.m. starting time.

Sports Editor, Kevin Kissane has been covering sports for the Tri-City Times for over 20 years and is one of the most recognizable personalities in the area. Kevin when not covering anything from little league baseball to football, or softball to basketball, can be found on the links playing his favorite sport, golf.
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