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There's a reason EWU plays on Roos Field, he's one of the all-time best Eags, and he helped pay for it. There's a reason EWU plays on Roos Field, he's one of the all-time best Eags, and he helped pay for it.

The Eastern Washington University football team will play its 2014 Red and White spring game live on SWX at 1:00 p.m. this Saturday, April 26, at Roos Field. Tune in to watch Vernon Adams and Jerry Rice Award Winner Cooper Kupp back in action along with the rest of the Eagle football team.

Check your local listings or catch the game on the "Watch SWX" app if you live within SWX's viewing area to catch all the action. 

In preparation of the game SWX's Michelle Dapper reached out to some of the former greats to hit the field in Cheney to gather a list of the top six Eastern Eagles. 

Greg Peach's All-Time Eags:

JC Sherritt 

Michael Roos 

Matt Nichols 

Erik Meyer

Bo Levi Mitchell

Taiwan Jones 

No order

Honorable Mentions: Eric Kimble. Aaron Boyce. IsaiahTrufant. Tom Ackerman. Dano Romero. Brandon Kaufman. chris scott. Jeff Allen The Johnson twins Zach & Matt

Michael Roos All-Time Eags:

"That's tough. Too many great ones to name. Don't wanna insult anyone.”

Dave Cook / EWU Athletics All-Time Eags:

“Have to go with Michael Roos' response...TOO MANY GREAT ONES TO CHOOSE FROM! Can I pick 60? Ha!”

Matt Nichols All-Time Eags:

Michael Roos

JC Sherritt

Greg Peach

Aaron Boyce

Erik Meyer

Taiwan Jones

I'm a little bias though. Played with some greats. #ewu”

Erik Meyer's All-Time Eags:

Jesse Chapman

Lamont Brightfull

Eric Kimble

Jeff Ogden

Taiwan Jones

JC Sherritt

Greg peach

JC Sherritt's All-Time Eags:

Michael Roos 

Kurt Schultz 

Greg peach

Matt Johnson 

Taiwan Jones 

Eric Meyer, Matt Nichols, Bo Levi Mitchell (because I'm not going to be the one to pick).

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