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  1. Vote! Which player best deserves your weekly accolades? (Any and all non-MAC coaches are welcome to vote also.)
  2. Offensive Player of the Week: RB Gabe Ciamo, Toledo. 22 carries for 132 yards, 2 TDs, Long 37T. (W at NIU) Is Gabe Ciamo Superman? No, but leaping tall blockers in a single bound is second nature to the speedy junior. We've become used to performances like this and it shows in the number of weekly awards he's won; with his fifth he owns the third-most offensive POTW honors in MAC history. Defensive Player of the Week: OLB James Lockwood, Miami (OH). 5 TKL, 2.0 Sacks. Miami may be without a coach, but you can't say that their players have given up. You certainly can't say that about the junior from nearby Spencerville, who gave Eastern's offense fits all day - especially poor Giovanni Shaw. EMU may have won the game, but Lockwood made them pay. We're proud to honor him with his very first defensive POTW honor. Special Teams Player of the Week: SS Ibrahima Griggs, E. Michigan. 97 punt return yards, 1 PR TD. Keep breaking those walls - and punt coverages - down, Ibrahima. Griggs took yet another punt to the house, this time against the Redhawks. That makes his second return for a TD this year, and third in his brief career. Not so coincidentally, that is also the number of times he's won the Special Teams honor. Congratulations to all the winners! Previous 2021 winners: MAC Players of the Week, Weeks 0/1 MAC Players of the Week, Week 2 MAC Players of the Week, Week 3 MAC Players of the Week, Week 4 MAC Players of the Week, Week 5 MAC Players of the Week, Week 6 MAC Players of the Week, Week 7 MAC Players of the Week, Week 8 MAC Players of the Week, Week 9 MAC Players of the Week, Week 10 MAC Players of the Week, Week 11 MAC Players of the Week, Week 12 MAC Players of the Week, Week 13 MAC Players of the Week, Week 14
  3. Vote! Which player best deserves your weekly accolades? (Any and all non-MAC coaches are welcome to vote also.)
  4. Offensive Player of the Week: RB Jeffrey Flowers, Ohio. 19 carries for 109 yards, 2 TDs, Long 25. The junior tailback patiently waited his turn as the centerpiece of the Bobcat offense, hoping to follow in the footsteps of Owen. Freaking. WALTON. But when it was his turn to start it was redshirt freshman QB Austin Lowe supercharging the offense instead. Still, with Flowers' talent it was only a matter of time until he had a day to shine - and last Saturday was it. He gashed Army's defense repeatedly when given the rock and showed that the Ohio running game is still something to fear. This is Flowers' first award and probably won't be his last. Defensive Player of the Week: SS Antonio Jackson, Bowling Green. 5 TKL, 1 INT, 1 PD. Special Teams Player of the Week: K Nathaniel Layne, Bowling Green. 4/4 XP, 3/3 FGs (made 45, 40, 32). We're putting these two together to celebrate Bowling Green, the team. The MAC Network has often bemoaned that talent was going to waste on the Falcons roster because of their lack of consistent coaching over the last few seasons. Coach @Kirby showed he was the right man for the job, turning the program around and getting BGSU bowl-eligible for the first time in school history. But no matter the coach, the players have to execute on the field. And in Antonio Jackson and Nathaniel Layne you have two of the more important players on this team. Jackson has been a man possessed this year sometimes looking like the only defender on the field, he made so many plays. And while Layne hasn't been quite as automatic as he was in 2019, he can still kick them through the uprights when it counts as his 13 points showed. This is Jackson's fourth award and Layne's fifth, but they'd be the first to tell you the number that counts is one - as in the number of bowls they made. Congratulations to all the winners! Previous 2021 winners: MAC Players of the Week, Weeks 0/1 MAC Players of the Week, Week 2 MAC Players of the Week, Week 3 MAC Players of the Week, Week 4 MAC Players of the Week, Week 5 MAC Players of the Week, Week 6 MAC Players of the Week, Week 7 MAC Players of the Week, Week 8 MAC Players of the Week, Week 9 MAC Players of the Week, Week 10 MAC Players of the Week, Week 11 MAC Players of the Week, Week 12 MAC Players of the Week, Week 13
  5. Vote! Which player best deserves your weekly accolades? (Any and all non-MAC coaches are welcome to vote also.)
  6. (Ed. Note: Due to time constraints a poll was not run this week. We apologize for the inconvenience.) Offensive Player of the Week: QB Blair Holcomb, Buffalo. 24 of 32 for 346 yards, 4/1 TD/INT. (L at BYU) Honorable Mention: QB Byron Suggs, 25/40 for 308 yards, 2 TDs, 2 rushes for 13 yards (W @ Liberty), RB Nathaniel Ruff, 24 rushes for 134 yards, 1 TD. (W vs. Bowling Green) Defensive Player of the Week: DE Joseph Crowe, W. Michigan. 2 TKL, 1 FR, 1 TD. (W vs. Toledo) Honorable Mention: OLB Frank Long, 5 TKL, 1 sack, 1 INT (W @ Miami(OH)), DE Kyle Whitten, 4 TKL,1 TFL, 1.5 sacks (W vs. Old Dominion) Special Teams Player of the Week: CB Jaiden Melvin, Kent State. 94 punt return yards, 1 PR TD. (W vs. Ohio) Honorable Mention: WR Mendy Schofield, 99 punt return yards, 1 PR TD. (W @ Liberty), K Phillip Lane-Hickey, 2/2 XP, 4/4 FG (made 29, 23, 36, 40) (W vs. Bowling Green), K Sam Painter, 3/3 XP, 2/2 FG (made 55, 43) (L at W. Michigan) Congratulations to all the winners! Previous 2021 winners: MAC Players of the Week, Weeks 0/1 MAC Players of the Week, Week 2 MAC Players of the Week, Week 3 MAC Players of the Week, Week 4 MAC Players of the Week, Week 5 MAC Players of the Week, Week 6 MAC Players of the Week, Week 7 MAC Players of the Week, Week 8 MAC Players of the Week, Week 9 MAC Players of the Week, Week 10 MAC Players of the Week, Week 11 MAC Players of the Week, Week 12
  7. Offensive Player of the Week: QB Zack Cera, Miami (OH). 24 of 36 for 300 yards, 4 TDs. It's been a few months since we saw the FLAMETHROWER in this space. And with coach AI still plodding along we weren't sure if he would return here this season. But Cera's talent can't be denied, completing two-thirds of his passes en route to a typical high-scoring game for the Redhawks. This honor puts him tied for third all-time in MAC Offensive POTW awards with four (tied with Toledo's Gabe Ciamo and Kent State's John Garland). Defensive Player of the Week: ILB Abdoul Hurt, Bowling Green. 6 TKL, 1 FF, 1 FR. The Falcon defense was relentless in their thrashing of Kent State, and right there in the middle of it was its middle linebacker. Hurt picked up his first-ever shiny Defensive POTW trophy en route to a possible career in the pros, and more performances like this can only help his case immensely. Special Teams Player of the Week: RB Nathaniel Ruff, Akron. 94 punt return yards, 1 PR TD. Ruff sent a jolt through the crowd when he fielded a line-drive punt on the bounce, weaved left then right, then found a seam and galloped off to the races for a 63-yard TD return. Proving he's dangerous with the ball no matter how it gets in his hands, the senior RB is making a case to get himself included in any discussion of the MAC's best running backs. Although this isn't his first-ever award, it IS his first for special teams play. Maybe he can get another before the season's over? Congratulations to all the winners! Previous 2021 winners: MAC Players of the Week, Weeks 0/1 MAC Players of the Week, Week 2 MAC Players of the Week, Week 3 MAC Players of the Week, Week 4 MAC Players of the Week, Week 5 MAC Players of the Week, Week 6 MAC Players of the Week, Week 7 MAC Players of the Week, Week 8 MAC Players of the Week, Week 9 MAC Players of the Week, Week 10 MAC Players of the Week, Week 11
  8. Vote! Which player best deserves your weekly accolades? (Any and all non-MAC coaches are welcome to vote also.)
  9. Offensive Player of the Week: QB Byron Suggs, C. Michigan. 24 of 40 for 304 yards, 3 TDs. 6 rushes for 70 yards, 1 TD Congratulations to Byron for winning the first of undoubtedly many awards to come. The redshirt freshman has had the "savior" mantle thrust upon his shoulders even since former coach @paperllamasunited snagged him from the cheese state of Wisconsin. He's shown flashes here and there but in a huge 28-10 victory over Best!Miami he had perhaps his most complete game of the season. He threw all of his touchdown passes to different receivers so it wasn't a case of force-feeding the hot hand, and even broke a 45-yarder option keeper for another score. Suggs keeps this up, he may end up holding all the Chips' QB records by the time he's done at Mt. Pleasant (supplanting a certain plucky Auburn transfer). Defensive Player of the Week: DE Chase Woodson, Ohio. 3 TKL, 1 TFL, 1.5 Sacks, 1 FF Woodson is number 35 at the bottom. This is his first ever DPOTY and in some ways this photo is representative of his play; unassuming but gets the job done. Even though he's third in the MAC in sacks (8.5), he doesn't spend time celebrating or even thinking about how to celebrate. He just gets up and gets ready for the next play. Woodson has been an unsung hero for the Bobcats for a long time now, and the Ohio faithful hope to be able to cheer him on Sundays after this year. Special Teams Player of the Week: K Brendan Higginbotham, Ohio. 2/2 XP. 3/3 FG (44, 33, 36) Just like last week's Special Teams winner, Brendan also gets his SECOND award this season and is the only repeat winner this week. In a game where field position was hard won (neither Ohio nor Buffalo did better than a third down conversion rate of 30%), the Bobcats had the steadier kicker and relied on him to provide the winning points. Ohio isn't going to forget TIMMAY Wilhelm any time soon, but Brendan is tied for the most field goals kicked in the MAC with 16 and is certainly easing the fears of the Bobcat faithful. Congratulations to all the winners! Previous 2021 winners: MAC Players of the Week, Weeks 0/1 MAC Players of the Week, Week 2 MAC Players of the Week, Week 3 MAC Players of the Week, Week 4 MAC Players of the Week, Week 5 MAC Players of the Week, Week 6 MAC Players of the Week, Week 7 MAC Players of the Week, Week 8 MAC Players of the Week, Week 9 MAC Players of the Week, Week 10
  10. Vote! Which player best deserves your weekly accolades? (Any and all non-MAC coaches are welcome to vote also.)
  11. Offensive Player of the Week: QB Giovanni Shaw, Eastern Michigan. 23 of 33 for 300 yards, 3 TD, 1 INT. 4 carries for 19 yards, 1 TD. The MAC Network often lists EMU's Shaw as a QB who could be on the verge of breaking out. We may be witnessing said breakout as he engineered a huge 4-TD game en route to defeating the Bowling Green Falcons 45-38. The Falcons' were one of the hottest in the MAC with a 5-game win streak, but Shaw extinguished that and stretched the Eagles' own win streak to three. Coach @tsweezy must be very proud of him, and proud of the fact that Shaw's performance gets him his first ever Player of the Week honors. Defensive Player of the Week: DT Thierno Thomas, N. Illinois. 5 TKL, 1.0 Sack, 1 FF, 1 FR Thierno Thomas has been a mainstay for the Huskies every year he's been in DeKalb, it's about time the senior got some recognition for his work in the trenches. Often matched up against Buffalo best lineman C D.J. Wilkinson, Thomas still managed to wreak havoc in the middle. His strip-sack of Buffalo QB Blair Holcomb and fumble recovery was crucial in preserving Northern Illinois' upset of the Bulls and gives Thomas his first-ever POTW award. Special Teams Player of the Week: ATH/K Sam Painter, Toledo. 1/1 XP, 3/3 FG (made 42, 27, 45) The only award winner this week who isn't a first-time winner, Painter collects his SECOND this season. The Rockets needed all of his points; first to help get Toledo into a position to tie the game as time expired, then to boot the game-winning points after the Rocket defense shut down the Bobcats in overtime. Painter leads MAC kickers in points scored, and his only miss this season comes from over 40. Congratulations to all the winners! Previous 2021 winners: MAC Players of the Week, Weeks 0/1 MAC Players of the Week, Week 2 MAC Players of the Week, Week 3 MAC Players of the Week, Week 4 MAC Players of the Week, Week 5 MAC Players of the Week, Week 6 MAC Players of the Week, Week 7 MAC Players of the Week, Week 8 MAC Players of the Week, Week 9
  12. Vote! Which player best deserves your weekly accolades? (Any and all non-MAC coaches are free to vote also.)
  13. Offensive Player of the Week: QB Eddie Connelly, Bowling Green. 20 of 30 for 288 yards, 2 TD, 1 INT. 9 carries for 94 yards, 1 TD. Raise your hand if, coming in to the season, you had Bowling Green on the cusp of its FIRST-EVER bowl berth going into week 10? Put it down, you're lying like a rug. The MAC's most pleasant surprise of the 2021 season are the Falcons, and their senior quarterback is a huge reason why. Connelly got it done against fellow division hopeful Buffalo in the air and on the ground, finding paydirt in both modes. Coach @Kirby may be directing the plays that could lead BGSU to the postseason but it's Connelly who is finding ways to execute, and his very first award reflects that. Defensive Player of the Week: ILB Devin Frazier, Akron. 7 TKL, 1 TFL, 1 INT, 1 PD. Pictured is the JuCo transfer getting congratulated after his interception of UNC's Sebastian Norwood en route to Akron rolling all over the Tarheels 30-10 ( @ImposterCauster, you can thank them later). #5 was again a busy man Saturday, ranging from sideline to sideline and occasionally in the Carolina backfield. The junior has been a steadying force in the middle for the Zips, and Frazier will need to continue being that second layer of defense if Akron wants to return to a bowl game. Special Teams Player of the Week: K Simon Hand, Eastern Michigan. 4/4 FGs, 2/2 XP (FGs: made 50, 27, 38, 23) The importance of a reliable kicker cannot be overstated. After all, you can say that Eastern Michigan defeated Georgia State because Simon Hand scored 14 points while GSU's kicker scored 11. And Hand's kicks weren't all garden-variety either - in rainy weather he coolly booted a 50-yarder at the half that wound up being the difference. Hand is the only MAC kicker to have kicked more than ten FG attempts and be perfect so far (15/15, long 50); he is totally deserving on this, his third-ever weekly award. Congratulations to all the winners! Previous 2021 winners: MAC Players of the Week, Weeks 0/1 MAC Players of the Week, Week 2 MAC Players of the Week, Week 3 MAC Players of the Week, Week 4 MAC Players of the Week, Week 5 MAC Players of the Week, Week 6 MAC Players of the Week, Week 7 MAC Players of the Week, Week 8
  14. Vote! Which player best deserves your weekly accolades? (Any and all non-MAC coaches are free to vote also.)
  15. Offensive Player of the Week: RB Gabe Ciamo, Toledo. 24 rushes for 128 yards, 2 TDs. Sometimes, the quality of your opponents matter. Voters certainly took that into consideration when they chose Ciamo as this week's Offensive Player over Western Michigan's DeSean Madison. Madison may have had the better statline, but Ciamo's tough running was integral to keeping Toledo's playoffs hopes alive against a tough Vanderbilt squad that features two future first-rounders in linebackers Damian Dailey and Adam Lovelace. With this, his fourth award, Ciamo is now tied for 3rd all-time for number of Offensive Player of the Week honors. Defensive Player of the Week: SS Thomas Gordon, Buffalo. 5 Tackles, 2 Interceptions, 1 Pass defensed. Sometimes, the player rises to the occasion and drags his team along for the ride. A Buffalo squad undergoing a turbulent season faced a potent Miami offense, and there were real questions about how the Bulls would be able to stop Zack Cera and crew. But the senior safety wanted no part of that talk. He caused Cera to have perhaps his worst game of the year and set the stage for Buffalo to pull off the 34-28 upset. Also winning his fourth award, this tied Gordon for first all-time in DPOTW honors with Western's Sean Taylor. Special Teams Player of the Week: SS Ibrahima Griggs, Eastern Michigan. 85 Punt return yards, 1 Punt return TD. And sometimes, you just need to take one to the house. Griggs did just that and jump-started the Eagles to perhaps the most shocking result in the MAC this week, a 31-13 beatdown of the Ball State Cardinals on a soggy Friday night in Muncie. This is Griggs' second award as a returner, one to match each of his touchdowns. Congratulations to all the winners! Previous 2021 winners: MAC Players of the Week, Weeks 0/1 MAC Players of the Week, Week 2 MAC Players of the Week, Week 3 MAC Players of the Week, Week 4 MAC Players of the Week, Week 5 MAC Players of the Week, Week 6 MAC Players of the Week, Week 7
  16. Vote! Which player best deserves your weekly accolades? (Yes, any and all non-MAC coaches are free to vote also.)
  17. Offensive Player of the Week: RB DeSean Madison, Western Michigan. 24 rushes for 206 yards, 3 TDs. Just in case you weren't sure if the Mad Dog was a good player, he decides to break the 200-yard mark against Eastern Michigan. He continues to lead the conference in rushing yards (781), rushing YPG (156.20), and TDs (13), and continues the strong WMU traditional of punishing running backs after Emmanuel Fields and Gabriel Shields. Accordingly, this is his third POTW honors this season. Defensive Player of the Week: DT Silas Booker, Western Michigan. 6 Tackles, 1 TFL, 2.0 Sacks. You'd be tired and need the misters too if you were as busy as Silas Booker was last Saturday. The redshirt sophomore was a terror against the Eagles, virtually camping out in EMU's backfield all day. Even though this was a week with only a couple of MAC games, the statline Booker produced would be a legit case for Defensive POTW in any week. It's hard to believe this is only his first-ever award. Special Teams Player of the Week: K Harry DeMarco, Western Michigan. 6/6 XP, 1/1 FG (made 46). Speaking of tired Harry DeMarco's right leg probably needed some ice after the game, because he did a lot of kicking in this game. While a lot of DeMarco's didn't have a high degree of difficulty, the 46-yarder he booted through the uprights is his longest on the season. This makes Harry's third POTW award. Congratulations to all the winners! Previous 2021 winners: MAC Players of the Week, Weeks 0/1 MAC Players of the Week, Week 2 MAC Players of the Week, Week 3 MAC Players of the Week, Week 4 MAC Players of the Week, Week 5 MAC Players of the Week, Week 6
  18. A short week but one with some performances worth honoring. Vote! Which player best deserves your weekly accolades? (Yes, any and all non-MAC coaches are free to vote also.)
  19. Offensive Player of the Week: QB Elias Carter, Ball State. 22 of 26 for 294 yards, 3 TDs. The Drifter may have finally found a place to stay (in the lineup). Carter was nearly perfect against the Chippewas and definitely didn't play like a game manager. The Cardinals needed every one of Carter's near-300 passing yards and three passing touchdowns to escape Mt. Pleasant with the 41-34 win. He's come a long way from his 10 of 20 for 130 yard performances, enough to get him his very first Player of the Week honors. Defensive Player of the Week: DE Victor Roberson, Western Michigan. 4 TKL, 1.0 Sack, 1 FF, 1 FR. DeSean Madison may have had another two rushing TDs, but it was the Broncos defense that won the game against Buffalo. Chief among the heroes on Saturday was redshirt freshman Victor Roberson, who forced and recovered one of THREE Bull fumbles on the day. His came on a sack of Blair Holcomb, who had his worst game of the season. Roberson also added four tackles as part of an effort to hold down the Fabulous One Denzel Porter, and his unrelenting motor gets him to his first defensive Player of the Week honors. Special Teams Player of the Week: RB Calvin Alexander, Bowling Green. 88 total punt return yards, 1 punt return TD. When the Special Teams gets noticed for doing good things, sometimes it's due to reliability. And sometimes it's due to the spark it gives. For Bowling Green last week, it's definitely the latter. Alexander returned a line-drive punt for a touchdown, jolting the Falcons awake and propelling them to a 31-17 win over the New Mexico State Aggies. Alexander's weaving TD return gave Bowling Green's team and its fans the energy the seemed to be missing in the first half, and while he hopes he won't be needed to do it again his performance was certainly enough to garner Player of the Week honors. That makes it three-for-three on first-time winners! Congratulations to all the winners! Previous 2021 winners: MAC Players of the Week, Weeks 0/1 MAC Players of the Week, Week 2 MAC Players of the Week, Week 3 MAC Players of the Week, Week 4 MAC Players of the Week, Week 5
  20. Vote! Which player best deserves your weekly accolades? (Yes, any and all non-MAC coaches are free to vote also.)
  21. Offensive Player of the Week: RB Zack Odell, Bowling Green. 26 rushes for 175 yards, 3 TDs. Ever since getting called out for his struggles by the MAC Network, Odell has ripped off two impressive games in a row. (Gentlemen, your crow is being delivered as we speak.) This one against the Minutemen was a career day for Odell and gets him his first ever Player of the Week honors. Congratulations, Zack! Defensive Player of the Week: ILB Devin Frazier, Akron. 10 Tackles, 3 TFL, 1 Pass defended. The JuCo transfer from nearby Kirtland was a busy man, running all over the field and racking up the first double digit tackle game in the MAC this season. The Zips needed him to clean up over the field too, helping to deny the Bobcats the comeback victory. Frazier's efforts were rewarded in Akron's 40-35 victory and in the coaches voting him to his first POTW award. Special Teams Player of the Week: Sam Painter, Toledo. 1/1 XP, 5/5 FG (made 48, 22, 26, 20, 35). We're three for three on first-time award winners. Unfortunately the Rockets fell in double overtime to Florida but Painter did all he could to make sure Toledo had every chance, nailing every kick he was asked to make. The Rockets lost the game, but they sure looked like the found a keeper in the lanky placekicker from Arkansas. Congratulations to all the winners! Previous 2021 winners: MAC Players of the Week, Weeks 0/1 MAC Players of the Week, Week 2 MAC Players of the Week, Week 3 MAC Players of the Week, Week 4
  22. Vote! Which player best deserves your weekly accolades? (Yes, any and all non-MAC coaches are free to vote also.)
  23. Offensive Player of the Week: RB DeSean Madison, Western Michigan. 24 rushes for 136 yards, 3 TDs. This was a weird week for offensive player nominations; no quarterbacks made the cut! But with a statline like the one DeSean Madison put up, it may not have mattered if they did. The redshirt sophomore scored nearly as many points by himself Saturday as the Huskies did for the entire game. This is Madison's second award, and the rest of the MAC is hoping he won't be around long enough to collect as many as Emmanuel Fields did before him. Defensive Player of the Week: SS Antonio Jackson, Bowling Green. 7 Tackles, 1 INT, 2 Passes defended. (Editor's Note: We mistakenly put up a picture of Jackson's teammate in the Week 2 column. We apologize for any confusion.) We told you that Antonio Jackson (center) still had a lot to say about this season. Against the pass-happy Stanford Cardinal (no S), Jackson was in action all over the field. Need to come down and jar a receiver over the middle? Done, and repeatedly (7 tackles). Stanford going to test Jackson's coverage skills? He made them pay with two pass breakups and a pick to end what looked like a promising drive by the Trees. Bowling Green got the first win of the season out of the way, and Jackson was critical to their success. This is his third POTW honor, but we're betting the 1 in the win column means more to him. Special Teams Player of the Week: K Kenneth Godfrey, Ball State. 3/3 XP, 3/3 FG (made 44, 28, 43). Why shouldn't Godfrey be front and center for the post-game celebration? His field goals were the margin of victory in the Cardinals' 30-22 upset of Buffalo. They weren't easy ones either, two from 40-plus in the rain? It didn't matter to Godfrey, who buckled down and showed the power of good special teams play. A well-deserved first-ever award to Godfrey and a congratulations to coach @npklemm on his first victory with his alma mater! Congratulations to all the winners! Previous 2021 winners: MAC Players of the Week, Weeks 0/1 MAC Players of the Week, Week 2 MAC Players of the Week, Week 3
  24. Vote! Which player best deserves your weekly accolades? (Yes, any and all non-MAC coaches are free to vote also.)
  25. Offensive Player of the Week: QB Zack Cera, Miami (OH). 23 of 33 for 402 yards, 5 TDs. Sometimes three ain't enough man, you need five. What that happens? LOLCERAWINS. The FLAMETHROWER does what he does best and torched a beleaguered Kent State defense for five TDs and over 400 yards. Cera doesn't show any signs of slowing down and wins his third MAC POTW award while trying to take the Redhawks to a conference championship. Defensive Player of the Week: DE Jacob Dennison, Kent State. 5 tackles, 1 sack, 1 safety. No, Dennison didn't actually score a TD. But you can't blame him for wanting a souvenir to commemorate his safety. There weren't many highlights for the Golden Flashes during their game with Best!Miami but the senior defensive end was responsible for one of the few, using a wonderful spin move to take down Zack Cera in the end zone. Special Teams Player of the Week: K Zachary Crowell, Miami (OH). 6/6 XP, 2/2 FG (made 46, 46) It turns out all our winners come from the same game! The Redhawk senior placekicker got a lot of work in last week, but it was his consistency from long range that got him his inaugural POTW honors as he coolly nailed a pair of 46-yarders. Congratulations to all the winners! Previous 2021 winners: MAC Players of the Week, Weeks 0/1 MAC Players of the Week, Week 2
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