It's a big day on campus Saturday for UW-La Crosse football.
They'll host 11th-ranked UW-Platteville.
The Eagles have lost four straight after starting the season 5-0.
But a win over the Pioneers would give this re-building program it's first winning season since 2007.
It would be a great way to send the seniors off.
"It would mean a lot. I've been here, this is my fifth season, and we haven't had a winning record yet. It's definitely something to look forward. It would mean a lot to the community and everyone who's starved for a winning season. So it would definitely mean a lot to everyone," said senior defensive back Matt Williquette.
"We want to win that thing as bad as we've wanted to win a game ever for those guys because of their dedication to our city and our school," said head coach Mike Schmidt.
Kickoff Saturday at Harring Stadium is set for 1 PM.