Notebook: Finally, depth charts

Nothing says 'football's back' quite like the announcement of starting quarterbacks to open the season. Maybe the most-anticipated race for the starting job in the Mid-American Conference came in Toledo, having to replace Logan Woodside with one of Eli Peters or Mitch Guadagni. As it turns out, Muadagni's the guy. "It's not one of those... Continue Reading →

Notebook: Kent State’s jump to No. 7, CMU makes noise in the city, Elijah Ball goes down again

Kent State finally got its quarterback on Tuesday with the commitment of Collin Schlee out of Ijamsville, Md. (Oakdale). Thankful for all support from my family and coaches, and the people who sacrificed to help me get where I am at this point‼️‼️ #KSU2023 — Collin Schlee (@CollinSchlee) August 7, 2018 Schlee, by,... Continue Reading →

Quotes from MAC Media Day 2018

Dr. Jon Steinbrecher, commissioner for the Mid-American Conference On the new transfer rules: "Only three years ago during this address, the (MAC) asked that transfer rules be reviewed. Especially the rules requiring students to obtain permission before being able to accept athletic aid at a new school, and the rules dealing graduate transfers. Earlier this... Continue Reading →

MAC media picks NIU, Ohio in title game

Now that Mid-American Conference Media Day is finally here, it's time for everybody's favorite topic of discussion: the preseason media poll. With 21 and 15 first-place votes respectively, Ohio was picked to win the MAC East division and Northern Illinois is the slight favorite to win the West. The complete results: MAC East 1st place votes... Continue Reading →

72. Kent State’s best team

Maybe the most beloved team in Kent State's history came in 1972, a group that celebrated 40-year anniversary of winning a Mid-American Conference championship five years ago. That team is a real 'who's-who'. Nick Saban- Arguably the greatest college football coach of all time. If not, then he's up there. But he's currently winning a lot... Continue Reading →

75. A faster Flash offense

The FlashFAST era at Kent State is almost officially official. Now with Sean Lewis as the head coach for the program, the offense is bound to look incredibly different. If not efficient, then it'll at least make for more exciting football. The expectation for the Golden Flash offense is to have, well, more of it.... Continue Reading →

89. Antwan Dixon back

While there are going to be a lot of new faces all over Kent State's football program this year, it's good to know that slot receiver Antwan Dixon will be back on the sidelines for the Golden Flashes. Finally. Dixon was a well-regarded speedster from Fort Myers, Fla. (South Fort Myers) in 2015 and started... Continue Reading →

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