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The 2014 Eastern Washington Eagles football team represented Eastern Washington University in the 2014 NCAA Division I FCS football season. The team was coached by Beau Baldwin, who was in his seventh season with Eastern Washington. The Eagles played their home games at Roos Field in Cheney, Washington and were a member of the Big Sky Conference. They finished the season 11–3, 7–1 in Big Sky to become Big Sky Conference champions. They received the conference's automatic bid to the FCS Playoffs where they defeated fellow Big Sky member Montana in the second round before losing in the quarterfinals to Illinois State.

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  • The 2014 Eastern Washington Eagles football team represented Eastern Washington University in the 2014 NCAA Division I FCS football season. The team was coached by Beau Baldwin, who was in his seventh season with Eastern Washington. The Eagles played their home games at Roos Field in Cheney, Washington and were a member of the Big Sky Conference. They finished the season 11–3, 7–1 in Big Sky to become Big Sky Conference champions. They received the conference's automatic bid to the FCS Playoffs where they defeated fellow Big Sky member Montana in the second round before losing in the quarterfinals to Illinois State.
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  • The 2014 Eastern Washington Eagles football team represented Eastern Washington University in the 2014 NCAA Division I FCS football season. The team was coached by Beau Baldwin, who was in his seventh season with Eastern Washington. The Eagles played their home games at Roos Field in Cheney, Washington and were a member of the Big Sky Conference. They finished the season 11–3, 7–1 in Big Sky to become Big Sky Conference champions. They received the conference's automatic bid to the FCS Playoffs where they defeated fellow Big Sky member Montana in the second round before losing in the quarterfinals to Illinois State.
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