86. Replacing Jake Suder

After earning Second Team All-MAC honors last year, Bowling Green kicker Jake Suder was set to continue his reliability in 2018 for the Falcons. However, it looks like the kicker won't be able to participate in his senior season. Via John Wagner's report in The Toledo Blade: After graduating from Central in May, 2013, Suder... Continue Reading →

100. Top* 100 signees of 2018

There are 100 days until MACtion returns. Until then, we count the days.  While you shouldn't care too much about recruiting rankings, I've used them to list off some recruits that signed with Mid-American Conference programs for the upcoming season(s). I've taken all 2018 signees across the MAC (minus FBS transfer players like Hank Hughes,... Continue Reading →

MAC Players to Watch: Quarterbacks

The Mid-American Conference has some really exciting talents behind center this year. It helps when most of the quarterbacks are both talented and experienced because what makes college football more exciting than that? Last year, we saw Logan Woodside break school records for yards and touchdowns over the course of his career at Toledo, as... Continue Reading →

Toledo adds first commit for 2019

Toledo's on the board with its first commit for next year's signing class. On Monday, in-state offensive lineman Michael Bergen announced on Twitter that he committed to the Rockets. In an interview with 247sports.com, Bergen took an unofficial visit to Toledo on Monday — his fourth time there — and committed to coaches Jason Candle... Continue Reading →

MAC Football Signing Day Takeaways

Even though most college football teams took care of most of their classes during the early signing period in December, there were still some more players that were still available. The busiest program on Wednesday was Kent State, whose 15 signees is the most signed by a Mid-American Conference team during the regular signing period.... Continue Reading →

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