Eastern Michigan coach Jeff Genyk said his team's bringing in large mirrors to prepare for this week's game.
That's not really true, but Genyk did say that the Louisiana Ragin' Cajun squad mirrors the Eagles in great detail.
"They have a lot of talent and an experienced quarterback on offense, they're young on defense and they've got a good kicker," Genyk said of the Cajuns. "That's pretty much us, too. I figure it's going to be a good matchup."
The Eagles host the Cajuns on Saturday at 5 p.m. (CDT) at EMU's Rynearson Stadium, and both will be coming off road losses. Eastern Michigan fell at Cincinnati 28-26 last Thursday, two days before the Cajuns were humbled 60-3 by No. 2 Texas.
"It's hard to get a feel about them because of who they were playing," Genyk said. "We're making sure that our players watch the videos from their games last year so they'll know they're a good team."
Cincinnati was a bowl team last year and pounded Marshall 32-14 in the Fort Worth Bowl.