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INSIDE MAC FOOTBALL 2018 : WEEK TWELVE

This past week in the Mid-American Conference The Northern Illinois Huskies move to the precipice of the Western Division title with a resounding win over Toledo. Eastern Michigan became bowl eligible with a dominating performance against Akron.   Ohio’s chances of the Eastern Division title took a serious hit with a loss at archrival Miami and Bowling Green picked up their first MAC win of the season at Western Michigan
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MAC Football Inside Week 10

This past week in the Mid-American Conference. The Buffalo Bulls improved to 8-1 overall and remained one of two teams perfect in conference play after surviving a shootout against Miami. Northern Illinois extended their winning streak to four games winning at BYU. Ohio stayed in the Eastern Division race with a win over Ball State. Toledo came up with a must win at Western Michigan while Akron got their first
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INSIDE MAC FOOTBALL 2018 : WEEK NINE

This past week in the Mid-American Conference.   The Western Michigan Broncos are the hottest team in the conference as they picked up their sixth consecutive win last Saturday at Central Michigan tying Northern Illinois atop the Western Division. In addition, WMU became bowl eligible the second team to do so this season (along with Buffalo).   The Bulls improved to 7-1 their best start since 1959 solidifying their lead in
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Bowling Green State Falcons fire Head Coach Mike Jinks

After squandering a 21-7 halftime lead and falling at home to Western Michigan 42-35, the Bowling Green State Falcons decided on Sunday to dismiss head coach Mike Jinks.   In a statement released on Sunday, BGSU Athletic Director Bob Moosbrugger said “We felt it was time to make a change in leadership. These are not easy decisions and we do not this lightly.”   Defensive coordinator Carl Pelini, in his first season
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INSIDE MAC FOOTBALL 2018 : WEEK SEVEN

This past week in the Mid-American Conference. Northern Illinois became the first team to win three conference games in 2018 as they defeated Ball State for the ninth consecutive time. Buffalo bounced back with a win at Central Michigan. Western Michigan picked up their fourth straight win overall an 2-0 in conference play with a win over Eastern Michigan handing the Eagles their fourth consecutive loss. Ohio and Toledo opened
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INSIDE MAC FOOTBALL 2018 : WEEK FIVE

This past week in the Mid-American Conference.   The Buffalo Bulls lost their first game of the season falling to the triple-option offense of Army West Point at home.   In conference play, Northern Illinois Huskies needed three overtimes but moved to 2-0 in MAC play winning at Eastern Michigan. Western Michigan came from behind to win their conference opener and third victory overall at Miami. Ball State ended their three-game losing streak
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Inside the MAC week 5: Get some MACtion

This past week in the Mid-American Conference.   The Buffalo Bulls remain undefeated at 4-0 defeating Rutgers for their first win over a Big Ten School. It as the Bulls seventh consecutive win dating back to last season currently the third longest in the Football Bowl Subdivision and are one of five schools inside the ‘Group of Six” that are still undefeated.   In conference play, Miami put it all
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INSIDE MAC FOOTBALL 2018 : WEEK FOUR

This past week in the Mid-American Conference. Conference play began with Buffalo and Eastern Michigan in one of the best games of the young season as the Bulls came away with a victory to make their 3-0 on the season.   Northern Illinois, the pick of many to win the Western Division picked up their first win of the season defeating Northern Illinois in a low scoring defensive battle that
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HURRICANES PULL AWAY IN FOURTH TO BEAT ROCKETS

TOLEDO, OHIO – The Toledo Rockets gave the nationally ranked Miami Hurricanes all they could handle for three quarters trailing the nationally ranked Hurricanes by four points at the end of the third quarter.   However, a football game is four quarters, as the Hurricanes scored 14 points in the fourth quarter to break open a close game for a 49-24 victory before a sellout crowd of 28,117 Saturday afternoon at the Glass