Listen to Grand Valley State Football all season long on WVIB

V100 WVIB is your proud Muskegon home for Grand Valley State Laker football.

Tune in all season long to the four-time Division II National Champion (2002, 2003, 2005, 2006); the winningest FBS, FCS, and Division II program in the country; and the winningest GLIAC program of all-time.

Live coverage on WVIB begins 90 minutes prior to kickoff courtesy of the Grand Valley Sports Network.

*2022 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE*
Thursday, September 1st vs. Colorado School of Mines – 7 pm (5:30 pm coverage start)
Saturday, September 10th at Colorado State-Pueblo – 8 pm (6:30 pm coverage start)
Saturday, September 17th vs. Lincoln (CA) – 7 pm (5:30 pm coverage start)
Saturday, September 24th at Wayne State – 6 pm (4:30 pm coverage start)
Saturday, October 1st vs. Saginaw Valley State – 7 pm (5:30 pm coverage start)
Saturday, October 8th at American International (MA) – 12 pm (10:30 am coverage start)
Saturday, October 15th at Ferris State – 1 pm (11:30 am coverage start)
Saturday, October 22nd vs. Northern Michigan – 3 pm (1:30 pm coverage start)
Saturday, October 29th at Michigan Tech – 1 pm (11:30 am coverage start)
Saturday, November 5th vs. Wayne State – 3 pm (1:30 pm coverage start)
Saturday, November 12th at Davenport – 12 pm (10:30 am coverage start)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH – PLAYOFFS BEGIN

*Photo Credits: Grand Valley State University*

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