Photo by Todd Thoenen
(NORTH CANTON, Ohio) – Walsh returns home to Tom Benson Stadium this weekend as it hosts Findlay this Saturday with a noon start time. It's the first of four consecutive games for the Cavaliers at the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the last home day game of the season.
Only three of those four games will be considered home games for the Cavaliers as next week's game will be considered Malone's home game.
The Cavs enter Saturday's game still searching for their first win at 0-5 both overall and in the conference. Walsh has remained competitive in all of its games this year despite coming out on the losing end. Last week, the Cavs dropped a close 16-7 decision to hosting Northwood.
Findlay comes in at 3-2 overall and 2-2 in the GLIAC. The Oilers are coming off two consecutive losses, although both of those games have come against ranked opponents with a 40-28 defeat to No. 13 Ashland before last week's 42-39 loss to No. 4 Ferris State.
Findlay leads the all-time series that started when Walsh joined the GLIAC 3-0. Last season, Findlay won at home in a 47-7 decision.