6. Spring notes: Wide receiver edition

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE OF MAC PROSPECTUS AUDIO Show notes: Spring is upon us all and there are a few teams that have an all-hands-on-deck approach to filling in the depth charts at wide receiver. Ohio graduated Papi White, who had 100 receiving targets last year, Toledo's lost its top three receivers... Continue Reading →

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 pic.twitter.com/RKkFkFqZ4X — Collin Schlee (@CollinSchlee) August 7, 2018 Schlee, by 247sports.com,... 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 →

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