BIG RAPIDS, Mich. -- It's another big game for Ferris State football. They're used to it by now.
A week after a road win against then-unbeaten Ohio Dominican, the sixth-ranked Bulldogs try to put themselves in the driver's seat for a GLIAC championship with another game against a conference unbeaten. Ferris State and 13th-ranked Michigan Tech square off on Saturday in Houghton.
The Bulldogs boast the GLIAC's highest scoring offense, averaging 48.9 points a game.