CMU wants Bama

Step on up, Central Michigan. Its bank account will be thankful later, but until then there's a pretty big football game coming up on the 2023 schedule. Announced Wednesday, CMU will play on the road against Alabama to be played Sept. 2, 2023. This is the second game scheduled for CMU in 2023, both games... Continue Reading →

EMU, Ohio on the board for 2019, recruiting updates

Eastern Michigan's first commit came early, considering he's in JUCO Eastern Michigan got its first commit for the current recruiting cycle. It shouldn't be surprising that this commit comes in the form of a junior college outside linebacker, but it's also being made before his redshirt-sophomore season at Coffeyville C.C. Committed ‼ see you soon... Continue Reading →

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 →

87. Tim Lester threw lotsa touchdowns

Tim Lester's certainly got a good thing going in Kalamazoo. He's always done well for himself in Kalamazoo. Back in his playing days in the mid-to-late 90's, Lester was a full-time quarterback at Western Michigan. When Lester graduated, he was second to only Chad Pennington of Marshall in most career touchdowns by Mid-American Conference quarterbacks... Continue Reading →

88. Tony Kimbrough’s success in Kalamazoo

Players going the junior college route is a much more popular way of playing Division-I football than it has been in years past. One former player who did take the JUCO route to Kalamazoo led Western Michigan to a championship. When Jack Harbaugh was booted from WMU, the head coaching position was dubbed "the worst job... 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 →

90. Jon Cunningham’s defining gif

Jon Cunningham signed a professional contract with the Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted free agent. It's likely that he was on the Falcons' radar when he was just a freshman at Kent State with the gif seen around the world.

Tuesday Night Lights: Lies we tell ourselves

Episode 37 of Tuesday Night Lights is live, and is available for you to download on your preferred podcast-listening device. Episode description:  If there's anything to be learned from this episode, it's that we're way less qualified to be football coaches than we initially thought. Tuesday Night Lights is a feature of MAC Prospectus and Free on Saturday. You can... Continue Reading →

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