2019 NFL Draft Results: 9 MAC players picked

The draft is officially over, and nine guys from the Mid-American Conference have been drafted over the last three days. Here are the complete results: 2-39, Sean Bunting (CB, Central Michigan), Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-55, Max Scharping (OT, Northern Illinois), Houston Texans 3-66, Diontae Johnson (WR, Toledo), Pittsburgh Steelers 4-106, Maxx Crosby (EDGE, Eastern Michigan),... Continue Reading →

9. Did NIU’s offense just get better?

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE OF MAC PROSPECTUS AUDIO Show notes: Two new guys will be joining NIU's offense after previously being on P5 rosters. Ross Bowers comes in as a grad transfer QB from Cal and Erin Collins joins the team as an NC State bounceback-JUCO transfer. NIU's offense was really bad... Continue Reading →

Former Cal QB Ross Bowers, NC State bounceback RB, to NIU

Two former Power 5 players announced that they're transferring to Northern Illinois. On Friday, former Cal quarterback Ross Bowers had his commitment posted on Twitter via his dad, and former NC State running back Erin Collins made his commitment to the program Saturday. https://twitter.com/johnJBbowers/status/1111647003790974976 https://twitter.com/collinserin20/status/1112135364494413824 Bowers enters NIU as a graduate transfer with his undergraduate... Continue Reading →

8. Correction, commit, and an email

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE OF MAC PROSPECTUS AUDIO Show notes: Found an error with Episode 7 as soon as I published it, so I need to start with a correction on Ozziah Williams & Western Michigan's secondary. NIU's fourth commit for the 2020 cycle is another in-state defensive linemen, and that's exciting... Continue Reading →

Hammock makes first hire to coaching staff

On his fourth day as Northern Illinois' head coach, Thomas Hammock, per reports, has made his first important hire to building a coaching staff on Tuesday. Eric Eidsness has helped put together strong offenses at South Dakota State (FCS) and is widely reported as the guy to be the new offensive coordinator for the Huskies.... Continue Reading →

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