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    Jieret

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    1. [CFBHC/NFLHC] Available Teams

      Updated May 22 Remember: Conference commissioners have final say in approving coaches to prospective jobs. First come does not guarantee first serve, although it may be a factor. Available jobs: American Athletic Conference Cincinnati Bearcats Tulane Green Wave Conference USA Charlotte 49ers North Texas Mean Green Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners Mid-American Conference Miami (OH) Redhawks Mountain West Conference New Mexico Lobos Utah State Aggies Pacific-12 Conference Arizona Wildcats Oregon State Beavers Southeastern Conference Ole Miss Rebels Sun Belt Conference Arkansas State Red Wolves Coastal Carolina Chanticleers Georgia State Panthers Troy Trojans
    2. POWER RANKINGS can be a great option for CFBHC coaches who already have DISCERNING TASTES AND HANDSOME HEADS FULL OF HAIR because they can use their EXPANSIVE KNOWLEDGE. However, the main drawback people see with a POWER RANKINGS is that all management, maintenance and updating of POWER RANKINGS is the responsibility of JIERET, ONCE HE GETS A BUNCH OF BALLOTS. RECONFIRMING YOUR FULL THOUGHTS ON MAC RANKINGS. PM your ranking list to Jieret by 11:59 PM EDT, Wednesday May 24. All coaches, even the non-MAC coaches, are welcome to vote! For your convenience, how the MAC fared overall. MAC Results After Week 13 Rank Team, Result Record (Conf. Record) Streak Next Week 1 #20 Toledo LOST at W. Michigan 28-35 7-3 (4-2) L2 BYE 2 W. Michigan WON vs. Toledo 35-27 8-2 (6-1) W1 at Arkansas (3-7) 3 Akron WON vs. BGSU 26-13 6-4 (4-2) W4 BYE 4 Central Michigan WON at Liberty 31-7 7-3 (4-2) W5 at EMU (5-5) 5 Miami (OH) LOST vs. Ball St. 20-24 6-4 (3-3) L1 BYE 6 Ohio LOST at Kent St. 21-28 5-5 (3-4) L1 vs. Army (3-6) 7 Bowling Green LOST at Akron 13-26 6-4 (3-3) L1 at NIU (3-6) 8 Eastern Michigan WON at Old Dominion 27-13 5-5 (3-3) W5 vs. CMU (7-3) 9 Ball State WON at Miami (OH) 24-20 4-6 (3-4) W1 at Notre Dame (6-3) 10 Northern Illinois BYE 3-6 (2-2) L1 vs. BGSU (6-4) 11 Buffalo LOST at BYU 38-42 3-7 (2-5) L4 vs. Kent St. (1-9) 12 Kent State WON vs. Ohio 28-21 1-9 (1-6) W1 at Buffalo (3-7)
    3. So about last weekend being the weekend of shakeups? Yeah. Byron Suggs may never have to buy another drink in Mt. Pleasant after Central Michigan knocks off Toledo and Western Michigan faceplants again, this time on the west coast. Combine that with Akron demolishing Ball State, and is the Toledo-WMU stranglehold on the top spots finally broken? To the MAC Chart of Dubious Value! Remember: If you don't like where you are, play better. And vote. That too. MAC Power Rankings After Week 12 Rank (Poll Pts.) Team (First Place Votes) Record (Conf. Record) Streak Change from Last Week 1 (80) #20 Toledo Rockets (6) 7-2 (4-1) L1 - 2 (71) Western Michigan Broncos 7-2 (5-1) L2 - 3 (70) Akron Zips (1) 5-4 (3-2) W3 - 4 (62) Central Michigan Chippewas 6-3 (4-2) W4 +2 5 (57) Miami (OH) Redhawks 6-3 (3-2) W1 - 6 (54) Ohio Bobcats 5-4 (3-3) W1 -2 7 (47) Bowling Green Falcons 6-3 (3-2) W1 - 8 (34) Eastern Michigan Eagles 4-5 (3-3) W3 - 9 (28) Ball State Cardinals 3-6 (2-4) L4 - 10 (19) Northern Illinois Huskies 3-6 (2-3) L2 - 11 (17) Buffalo Bulls 3-6 (1-5) L3 - 12 (7) Kent State Golden Flashes 0-9 (0-5) L9 - Numbers of voters: 7 12 points awarded for first, 11 for second, etc. You know, for as much chaos and variance in the individual polls as there were, there was a surprising amount of non-movement going on. It seems that the Broncos track record bought them some grace with the voters, but if they want to stay ahead of the surging Zips they need to win that pivotal battle against the Rockets this Saturday (also gives the winner an inside track on the MAC West, but Power Rankings > Division titles, amirite?). Akron is juuuuust barely behind them by the slimmest of margins, and their first place vote is the first one cast for a non-WMU/Toledo team we can remember in the history of these Power Rankings. The Chippewas are definitely the big winner in these polls but their sights may be set elsewhere, and while they have their own game to play they'll be intently watching the scoreboard for the WMU-Toledo outcome. If the Broncos win that gives the Chips a better path to the MAC West crown, as WMU and CMU have yet to play. One last thing: Bowling Green at 7? Feels odd, doesn't it? But it's hard to make a definitive case for who else they should be ranked above. Just goes to show you that Everybody's Favorite Conference isn't as top-heavy as previously thought; the MAC looks likely to send seven teams to Bowl Season, and eight isn't out of the question! Week 13 #MACtion dominates Thursday Night and Saturday Morning (wholesome fun for the kids!): Thursday Night Old Dominion (2-7) at Eastern Michigan (4-5) Buffalo (3-6) at BYU (5-4) Ohio (5-4) at Kent State (0-9) Saturday Morning Bowling Green (6-3) at Akron (5-4)Ball State (3-6) at Miami (OH) (6-3)Central Michigan (6-3) at Liberty (0-9)Toledo (7-2) at Western Michigan (7-2) Byes: Northern Illinois (3-6) The MAC Network's Pick to Click: Toledo Rockets (7-2) at Western Michigan Broncos (7-2). Over the past few years this acted as the de facto game to determine the MAC West title. It may be that again, but CMU now has something to say about that and there's a tinge of desperation surrounding both teams this time around. The Rockets need to rally the troops after the dream of #Toledo2021 died, and coach Jieret can't be thrilled with how his Broncos are suffering their first-ever losing streak under his watch. Bowl Watch! Bowl Watch is your one-stop shop for seeing which teams from Everyone's Favorite Conference are, could, or won't be making a bowl. Let's take a look! Bowl-eligible: Bowling Green (6-3), C. Michigan (6-3), Miami (OH) (6-3), Toledo (7-2), W. Michigan (7-2) Bowl-eligible with win this week: Akron (5-4), Ohio (5-4) Eliminated with loss this week: Ball State (3-6), Buffalo (3-6) Watching Bowl season from the couch: Kent State (0-8) "If it's not MAC, it's wack!"
    4. [2021] MAC Statsheet & Stat Leaders

      Updated through Week 13, but due to work restrictions on teh Googlez cannot currently access the sheet to provide stat leaders.
    5. This may move at some point for consolidation purposes but until then, here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1t2TFN-adfGI6DIUEqQzB1pfDnQE_LI-GbB8f88aFejQ/edit?usp=sharing
    6. CB Sean Taylor (KC), OG Ian Braden (TEN), ILB Kareem Boykin (SD). I'm happy for all three, especially Braden who's quickly become an invaluable member of the Titans' O-Line. Boykin also makes me sad though; while I expected Taylor to declare early (and with good reason), I really needed Boykin to anchor my defense this year. I wasn't ready to fully replace him and it showed.
    7. The Seattle Times

      NEW FACE, SAME OLD Owner/GM Jieret Arrives in Seattle to Watch the Seahawks Do Their Thing, Losing to Tampa 27-16. "No but seriously, what was that?"
    8. [2021] Week #13 - 4 PM

      Sorry bro, the team was still under previous management's stuff. We'll try and hurt people in a more humane way starting next week.
    9. Seattle, WA - After a search of several days following the sudden departure of previous owner LamboThrone, the Seattle Seahawks have announced that former Denver Broncos head coach Jieret is their new majority owner. Jieret has announced that while he will be involved in the daily activities not only as an owner but as a General Manager, the Seahawks are currently looking for a talented individual to help guide the franchise through the rough times it is currently seeing. Interested parties should PM Jieret. Finally, Jieret had this to say: "Although I don't like the circumstances to led to this, I'd be lying if I said this wasn't a dream come true for me. To go from growing up a couple of hours away as a lifelong fan to running this proud franchise? Unbelievable. But I do have to thank @bingo415, @DescretoBurrito, and @Franz Kafka, these fine gentlemen took a chance on me and helped me grow and learn the world of NFLHC. You have my thanks, always. But there's a lot of work to do, so I have to cut this short here. Members, family, and fans of the Seahawks, you'll get my best every day. I promise you that. You deserve nothing less." #GoHawks
    10. [2021] Week #13 - Saturday Morning

      GG death. This season didn't go the way either of us hoped it would, time to finish strong in Bowl season and represent the MAC.
    11. Draft Pick Ownership Chart

      Ah, gotcha. Thanks, lot to catch up on here!
    12. Draft Pick Ownership Chart

      Seattle has Jacksonville's 2022 4th rounder, conditional to a third or second. http://cfbhc.com/index.php?/topic/19456-jacksonville-jaguars-curtis-settles-picks-for-seattle-seahawks-gary-faneca/ Also apparently the Seahawks' 2022 5th was traded to two teams? To SF via LAC: http://cfbhc.com/index.php?/topic/21312-los-angeles-chargers-ss-tavian-oliphant-and-seattles-2022-5th-round-pick-san-francisco-49ers-ot-kenyon-hendricks-and-ss-robert-shipp/ To MIN: http://cfbhc.com/index.php?/topic/21302-minnesota-vikings-dt-forest-williams-for-seattle-seahawks-2022-5th-round-pick/ I can't find a post where the Seattle 5th was first traded to LAC. @pumph
    13. Contract Lookup Thread v2.0

      New Seattle Seahawks Cap Sheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xcOkzouH5gxaJFR8wRFZGO7sjuRKRVbIyMUq5314yKU/edit?usp=sharing
    14. Bumpage to pls reminder of sliding in PMs for Power Rankings tonight?
    15. You wanted your shakeups? We got your shakeups! Two of the top three teams from last week's poll MAC lose! Western Michigan falls to Akron and the Redhawks are upended by the Chippewas (Toledo's probably glad they had a bye), so how does this affect this week's MAC Chart of Dubious Value? Remember: If you don't like where you are, play better. And vote. That too. MAC Power Rankings After Week 11 Rank (Poll Pts.) Team (First Place Votes) Record (Conf. Record) Streak Change from Last Week 1 (71) #11* Toledo Rockets (5) 7-1 (4-0) W4 +1 2 (67) #21* Western Michigan Broncos (1) 7-1 (5-1) L1 -1 3 (55) Akron Zips 4-4 (2-2) W2 +1 4 (52) Ohio Bobcats 5-4 (3-3) W1 +1 5 (46) Miami (OH) Redhawks 5-3 (3-2) L1 -2 6 (44) Central Michigan Chippewas 5-3 (3-2) W3 +2 7 (41) Bowling Green Falcons 5-3 (2-2) L1 -1 8 (30) Eastern Michigan Eagles 3-5 (2-3) W3 -1 9 (26) Ball State Cardinals 3-5 (2-3) L3 - 10 (17) Northern Illinois Huskies 3-5 (2-2) L1 -1 11 (13) Buffalo Bulls 3-6 (1-5) L3 - 12 (6) Kent State Golden Flashes 0-8 (0-4) L8 - Numbers of voters: 6 12 points awarded for first, 11 for second, etc. * Coaches' Poll Ranking, week 11. Toledo unequivocally takes the top spot in this week's rankings after the Broncos fall on their faces in Akron. But perhaps just as telling is that when it comes to the perceived best teams in the MAC, "their trio's down to twoooooooooo." Best!Miami falls a couple of spots after the FLAMETHROWER ZACK CERA's struggles versus Central and the fearsome Roos take their spot. But that cliff still holds - there's now a sizable point difference between the top two and everyone else where before Miami was comfortably part of that top group. But that doesn't mean Akron and CMU weren't recognized for their performances - they both made headway up the charts and that middle section is really, really packed. Week 12 sees the joy of #MACtion spread across almost all of TV Land: Thursday Night Kent State (0-8) at Bowling Green (5-3) Northern Illinois (3-5) at Eastern Michigan (3-5) Friday Night Akron (4-4) at Ball State (3-5)Miami (OH) (5-3) at New Mexico State (0-8) Saturday Afternoon Western Michigan (7-1) at Washington (4-4) Saturday Evening Central Michigan (5-3) at Toledo (7-1) Byes: Buffalo (3-6), Ohio (5-4) The MAC Network's Pick to Click: Central Michigan Chippewas (5-3) at Toledo Rockets (7-1). A few directions we could go, but we're highlight the marquee matchup this week. While the Chippewas are very likely to gain bowl eligibility with Liberty on their schedule, they would LOVE to do it against division rival Toledo. And it would feel like a passing of the torch, so to speak, if Byron Suggs could replicate the 2019 victory against the Rockets that local legend Walt Sutherland was perhaps best known for. Not to say that Toledo doesn't have their own motivations for winning this game.... #Toledo2021 (?) Bowl Watch! Bowl Watch is your one-stop shop for seeing which teams from Everyone's Favorite Conference are, could, or won't be making a bowl. Let's take a look! Bowl-eligible: W. Michigan (7-1), Toledo (7-1) Bowl-eligible with win this week: Bowling Green (5-3), C. Michigan (5-3), Miami (OH) (5-3) Eliminated with loss this week: None Watching Bowl season from the couch: Kent State (0-8) "If it's not MAC, it's wack!"
    16. CFBHC Pick'em

      Thursday Night (3 Games) Virginia (5-4) at Georgia Tech (4-5)* New Mexico (4-5) at Colorado State (5-4)* UL-Lafayette (5-4) at Texas State (5-4)* Friday Night (2 Games) Pittsburgh (4-5) at Miami (FL) (4-5)* Louisiana Tech (5-4) at UTSA (4-5)* Saturday Morning (4 Games) Memphis (6-3) at Navy (6-3)* Minnesota (4-5) at Ohio State (8-1)* Bowling Green (6-3) at Akron (5-4)* Toledo (7-2) at Western Michigan (7-2)* Saturday Afternoon (1 Game) San Diego State (6-3) at Boise State (4-5)* Saturday Evening (10 Games) Temple (7-2) at Florida (6-3) Duke (7-2) at Clemson (5-4)* Wake Forest (6-3) at Louisville (7-2)* Kansas (6-3) at Texas (5-4)* Penn State (6-3) at Michigan (9-0)* Northwestern (6-3) at Purdue (8-1)* Washington (5-4) at Arizona State (5-4)* LSU (7-2) at USC (4-5) Auburn (9-0) at Georgia (7-2)* Missouri (8-1) at Tennessee (5-4)*
    17. [CFBHC/NFLHC] Available Teams

      Thanks, added.
    18. [CFBHC/NFLHC] Available Teams

      Updated May 14 Remember: Conference commissioners have final say in approving coaches to prospective jobs. First come does not guarantee first serve, although it may be a factor. Available jobs: American Athletic Conference Cincinnati Bearcats Tulane Green Wave Conference USA Charlotte 49ers North Texas Mean Green Mid-American Conference Miami (OH) Redhawks Mountain West Conference New Mexico Lobos Utah State Aggies Pacific-12 Conference Oregon State Beavers Southeastern Conference Ole Miss Rebels Sun Belt Conference Arkansas State Red Wolves Georgia State Panthers
    19. Live from the Studios at MAC Headquarters (Sponsored by Marathon Oil™), this is Trevor Cargill with your weekly roundup on all things 'Crooting for Everybody's Favorite Conference! JuCos wrap up this week and with that over with it's basically just time for the schools to dig in to their rankings and try not to lose gorund. Let's see what happened! Conference Rankings: With Miami finally signing folks, they've... dropped to the bottom via Average Stars. But considering that means they have players it's probably worth it: Committed Recruits (by potential) >=2.5 star recruits Tot. Recruits (all *) Team 2.5-Star 3-Star 3.5-Star 4-Star 4.5-Star 5-Star Croot Total Tot. Stars Avg. Stars Avg. Skill 5 Kent State 0 1 1 2 1 0 5 19.0 3.80 1.70 21 Western Michigan 0 4 10 2 2 3 21 79.0 3.76 1.67 19 Ball State 1 7 9 2 0 0 19 63.0 3.32 1.95 32 Akron 2 15 10 3 0 1 31 102.0 3.29 1.47 11 Ohio 1 7 1 0 2 0 11 36.0 3.27 2.50 22 Toledo 11 3 2 3 1 1 21 65.0 3.10 1.57 17 Northern Illinois 2 11 3 1 0 0 17 52.5 3.09 1.62 32 Eastern Michigan 4 21 6 1 0 0 32 98.0 3.06 1.39 19 Central Michigan 5 9 4 1 0 0 19 57.5 3.03 1.29 18 Buffalo 7 2 3 0 0 1 13 39.0 3.00 1.22 17 Bowling Green 4 11 1 1 0 0 17 50.5 2.97 1.26 12 Miami (OH) 5 3 2 0 0 0 10 28.5 2.85 1.29 National Rankings: Only two members of Everybody's Favorite Conference rose in the rankings this week. The twist? Only one of them had anything to do with JuCo! Western Michigan (National rank: 27) +1 Toledo (National rank: 59) -2 Akron (National rank: 65) -2 Ohio (National rank: 79) -1 Kent State (National rank: 87) -1 Ball State (National rank: 89) +1 Buffalo (National rank: 93) +0 Eastern Michigan (National rank: 102) -1 Central Michigan (National rank: 111) +0 Northern Illinois (National rank: 112) +0 Bowling Green (National rank: 119) -1 Miami (OH) (National rank: 127) +0 (National average ranking: 89) +0 Weekly/Seasonal Analysis: Western Michigan (National rank: 27) Commits: This week: Complete: This Week: Another Texas player comes to Kalamazoo, but this time a JuCo. The Broncos hold off Central Michigan for Tyler standout Zaire Hooker. His presence likely means that top HS CB recruit Damani Powell will be able to redshirt next year. Looking Forward: 3-star linebacker Javorius Wallace still favors Western over UAB, and the Broncos have jumped into - and over - the fray for Cali OT Giovanni Blank taking the lead on him. Toledo (National rank: 59) Commits: This week: Complete: This Week: Well... at least it's over and Toledo can move on with their life. Atamu Tatupu signed with the Pittsburgh Panthers this weekend, ending a LONG, drawn-out battle that probably hurt both schools in other areas. Looking Forward: No time to mourn, the Rockets are leading on a cross-country recruit. 3-star CB Danny Dickerson III likes what Toledo has to offer, but they have to turn away Hawaii's Rainbow Warriors who also came calling. Akron (National rank: 65) Commits: This week: Complete: This Week: Another signing for the Zips, who at 32 commits have some cuts to make at the end of the signing period. But Mead is a good get for Akron, who have a dearth of decent young OLBs. Looking Forward: We don't know where Akron will turn their eyes to next, but with the Zips over the limit any new signings will likely be semi-quality targets they think they can snatch quickly - why recruit a player that won't make your roster? Ohio (National rank: 78) Commits: This week: Complete: This Week: No signings this week for the Bobcats. Looking Forward: The Bobcats still lead on OLB Eddie Ybarra over the Redhawks, but Miami's making the race a bit tighter. They're also front-runners for a tall Texas 3-star CB, 6'1" Jonah Hooks. They just have to keep Oklahoma in the rearview mirror. Kent State (National rank: 87) Commits: This week: Complete: This Week: Rough week for Kent. 4-star WR Jacob Kellogg stayed in-state choosing Alabama, and their efforts to land JuCo guard Brayden Coburn were for naught as he decided to keep the family legacy at UConn alive. Oh, and the Red Raiders lived up to their name as they dropped a CROOT BOMB on CB Carlos Tolbert and snatched him away. Looking Forward: Kent still lead Ball State for DT Jasiah Muse (although Michigan has entered the picture) and took the lead over WMU for C Marco Bray. They really need to sign these bodies (and maybe a few more) soon to fill out this class a bit. They tried with Georgia SS Noel Salter, but Syracuse and N. Illinois both lead the Golden Flashes there. Ball State (National rank: 89) Commits: This week: Complete: This Week: The Cardinals continue to add to the WR pile, signing Illinois' Jonah Rubin. With 4 WRs in this class and two of them possibly hitting their potential in year two, it really gives coach npklemm some flexibility with his redshirts. Looking Forward: Nothing's changed on the high school side for Ball State, still trailing on DT Jasiah Muse (Kent St.) and OT Giovanni Blank (WMU and Cal). Buffalo (National rank: 93) Commits: This week: Complete: This Week: Bodies, but not the kind Buffalo needed. With guard TeJay Briggs committing to Army, that makes the Bulls 0 for 3 in the battle of NY schools for those 3.5-star players they badly needed. Looking Forward: Looks like Buffalo's just sending random recruitment letters in the mail now; they still lead on Louisiana WR Prince Tatum but really should have signed him at this point. Meanwhile all kinds of random 1 and 2-star players have the Bulls icon next to their names. Eastern Michigan (National rank: 102) Commits: This week: Complete: This Week: Nothing this week for the Eagles, and you sense at this point they're just looking for upgrades to their current class. Looking Forward: The Eagles' statuses on DE Hugo Delgado from Texas (leading SMU) and WR Prince Tatum (trailing Buffalo and Arkansas State) remain unchanged. They've also got the attention of guard Curtis Glenn, although Pitt is also sniffing around, and are trying for Minnesota linebacker Omar Burns - except Colorado State and Nebraska got there first. Central Michigan (National rank: 111) Commits: This week: Complete: This Week: The "CMU Mystery Recruit Tour" took a vacation down in Florida and came back with a pair of 2.5-star recruits. Looking Forward: *insert shrug emoji here* Northern Illinois (National rank: 112) Commits: This week: Complete: This Week: Nothing for the Huskies this week. Looking Forward: The Huskies' lead on Kentucky guard Eric Lockwood is incredibly slim over the local Wildcats. NIU also tried their luck with another Texas WR, Vincent Halverson, but with both Oklahoma State and Texas Tech ahead of him we don't like their odds. Things are more competitive for SS Noel Salter though - they and Syracuse are neck-and-neck, with Kent State trailing both. Bowling Green (National rank: 119) Commits: This week: Complete: This Week: No signings this week for the Falcons. Looking Forward: Bowling Green barely lead Indiana for CB Reginald Foy's services. This is probably where BGSU's attention will be, although if they could somehow find a DE to sign that would be a great pickup for them. Miami (OH) (National rank: 127) Commits: This week: Complete: This Week: Well, they're bodies. You wouldn't feel good about any of them starting, but Julian Newton is actually pretty important considering the absolute lack of WRs the Redhawks will have in about two seasons. Looking Forward: Boy, if coach AI could seal the deal on DE Je'Rod Lacey that'd be great. CB Lavonte Toney drew Michigan State's interest, so we're not hopeful there. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thanks for coming by, everyone. For the MAC Network, this is Trevor Cargill giving you the lowdown on the future of Everybody's Favorite Conference. Remember, "If it's not MAC, it's wack!" Until next time!
    20. [2021] Week 12 POTW Voting

      Eric Hall (Arizona) played against Washington State, not Air Force.
    21. [2021] MAC Statsheet & Stat Leaders

      Updated through Week 12. Conference Offensive Stat Leaders through Week 12 Passing: Yards Zack Cera, (Jr): 2921 (324.56 YPG) Michael Thompson, (Sr): 2566 (285.11 YPG) Austin Lowe, (Fr): 2477 (275.22 YPG) TDs Zack Cera, (Jr): 29 Blair Holcomb, (Sr): 22 Austin Lowe, (Fr): 20 INTs John Garland, Sr: 13 Giovanni Shaw, (Jr)/ Charlie Sanford, (Jr): 10 Completion Percentage Eddie Connelly, (Sr): 68.67% Michael Thompson, (Sr): 68.46% Austin Lowe, (Fr): 67.72% QB Rating Michael Thompson, (Sr): 169.09 Blair Holcomb, (Sr): 163.49 Griffin Donahue, (Jr): 162.92 Rushing: Yards DeSean Madison, (So): 1220 (135.56 YPG) Gabe Ciamo, (Jr): 1152 (128.00 YPG) Nathaniel Ruff, (Sr): 946 (105.11 YPG) TDs DeSean Madison, (So): 18 Gabe Ciamo, (Jr): 16 Nathaniel Ruff, (Sr): 12 Fumbles (Fumbles Lost) Julian Holcomb, (Sr)/ QB Blair Holcomb: 3 (3) Five tied with 2 (2) Yards per Carry (minimum 6 carries per team game) QB Eddie Connelly, (Sr): 7.89 DeSean Madison, (So): 6.26 Gabe Ciamo, (Jr): 5.91 Receiving: Yards WR Justin Evans, (Jr): 854 (94.89 YPG) TE Casey Swann, (Jr): 789 (87.67 YPG) TE Aaron Thibodeaux, Jr: 744 (93.00 YPG) TDs TE Casey Swann, (Jr): 10 3 tied with 8 Drops WR Prince Malone, (Fr): 6 WR Mike Peralta, Jr: 5 WR Khalil Stubbs, (Jr)/ WR Will Westfall, Fr: 4 Yards per Catch (minimum 4 catches per team game) WR Aaden Jack, (Jr): 17.51 WR Jared Dockery, Sr: 17.18 WR Prince Malone, (Fr): 17.13 Conference Defensive/Special Team Stat Leaders through Week 12 Defense: Tackles (Tackles for Loss) ILB Kenneth Newsome, Jr: 49 (5) ILB Devin Frazier, Jr: 48 (3) ILB Eric Holbrook, (Jr): 40 (0) Sacks DE Malachi McKnight, (Sr): 11.0 DT Silas Booker, (So): 10.0 DE Chase Woodson, Sr: 8.5 Interceptions 4 tied with 5. Passes Defensed SS Antonio Jackson, (Jr): 7 3 tied with 4. Forced Fumbles/Fumble Recoveries DE Rory Bolin, Jr : 3/0 OLB Kamari Slade, (Jr): 2/1* ILB Dwayne Boone, (Sr)/ DT Brady Whittaker, Jr*: 0/2 Special Teams: Punting Average Eric Caudill, (So): 42.73 Ivan Gonzales, (So): 41.04 Abraham Burroughs, (So): 40.33 FG Made/Attempted (Percentage), Long Simon Hand, (Sr): 18/18 (100%), 50 Phillip Lane-Hickey, (So): 18/23 (78.26%), 45 Sam Painter, (Fr): 16/18 (88.89%), 48 Total Return Yardage (Punt/Kickoff), TDs Eastern Michigan: 568 (244/324), 1 PR TD Akron: 499 (226/273), 1 PR TD Miami (OH): 472 (152/320)
    22. Attention Dear I have deposited your funds today with (CFBHC) Bank Office and we agreed up that the Delivery of your MAC Power Rankings of $1,2.000.00 USD compensation fund will take off once their hear from you. So contact (Jieret) office with your full info: (1) Team 1 (2) Team 2 (3) Team 3 etc. RECONFIRMING YOUR FULL THOUGHTS ON MAC RANKINGS. PM your ranking list to Jieret by 11:59 PM EDT, Wednesday May 16. All coaches, even the non-MAC coaches, are welcome to vote! For your convenience, how the MAC fared overall. MAC Results After Week 12 Rank Team, Result Record (Conf. Record) Streak Next Week 1 #11 Toledo LOST vs. C. Michigan 30-34 7-2 (4-1) L1 vs. W. Michigan (7-2) 2 #21 W. Michigan LOST at Washington 10-30 7-2 (5-1) L2 at Toledo (7-2) 3 Akron WON at Ball St. 41-10 5-4 (3-2) W3 vs. BGSU (6-3) 4 Ohio BYE 5-4 (3-3) W1 at Kent St. (0-9) 5 Miami (OH) WON at NMSU 38-27) 6-3 (3-2) W1 vs. Ball St. (3-6) 6 Central Michigan WON at Toledo 34-30 6-3 (4-2) W4 at Liberty (0-9) 7 Bowling Green WON vs. Kent St. 30-13 6-3 (3-2) W1 at Akron (5-4) 8 Eastern Michigan WON vs. N. Illinois 20-17 4-5 (3-3) W4 at Old Dominion (2-7) 9 Ball State LOST vs. Akron 10-41 3-6 (2-4) L4 at Miami (OH) (6-3) 10 Northern Illinois LOST at E. Michigan 17-20 3-5 (2-2) L1 BYE 11 Buffalo BYE 3-5 (2-5) L3 at BYU (5-4) 12 Kent State LOST at BGSU 13-30 0-9 (0-6) L9 vs. Ohio (5-4)
    23. [2021] Week #12 - Saturday Afternoon

      Shhhhh I know but leave me with my delusions
    24. [2021] Week #12 - Saturday Afternoon

      So this tells me I should never check my games while in the Charlotte airport. 0-2 vs. this place in my career. GG Dean, worst loss I've suffered at WMU. I've really got to figure some things out.
    25. Western Michigan Press Conference

      I can't say for certain, but I mean-
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