Published September 12, 2013
| Sports Network
Philadelphia, PA – They have already been money teams. Now they're playing with house money.
Three FCS programs which have defeated FBS opponents this season will try to match the upsets on Saturday.
Two are from the Big Sky Conference. Second-ranked Eastern Washington, which beat Oregon State, will visit Toledo, while Southern Utah, which won at South Alabama, heads to Washington State.
Southland Conference member Nicholls will try to build off a win at Western Michigan when it visits an intrastate opponent, Louisiana-Lafayette. The Colonels, however, will be without starting quarterback Kalen Henderson because of a leg injury.
The three teams are part of the 11 that have defeated FBS opponents in the first two weeks of the college football season. There are 15 FBS-FCS matchups on Saturday.