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The MAC (Mid American Conference) is a CFBHC conference established in game year 2016. It is located primarily in the Central portion of the United States. The MAC currently has members in Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and New York.

Mid American Conference
(MAC)
Mid American Conference logo
Established 2016
Association CFBHC
Division Division I FBS
Headquarters Cleveland, Ohio

Teams

Team Name Division Coach Home Stadium Seating Capacity Conference Titles
Akron Zips MAC East Darkage InfoCision Stadium 30,000 -
Ball State Cardinals MAC East lrickar1 Scheumann Stadium 22,500 -
Bowling Green Falcons MAC East AltShapes Doyt Perry Stadium 23,724 -
Buffalo Bulls MAC West SodapopSeth University at Buffalo Stadium 31,000 -
Central Michigan Chippewas MAC West johnkirk Kelly/Shorts Stadium 32,885 -
Eastern Michigan Eagles MAC West Jamzz Rynearson Stadium 30,200 -
Kent State Golden Flashes MAC East TazerMan Dix Stadium 30,520 -
Miami University Redhawks MAC East caesari Fred C. Yager Stadium 24,286 2016
Northern Illinois Huskies MAC West Noobie Huskie Stadium 23,575 2017, 2018
Ohio Bobcats MAC East beeznik Peden Stadium 24,000 2019
Toledo Rockets MAC West deathcpo Glass Bowl 26,248 -
Western Michigan Broncos MAC West Jieret Waldo Stadium 30,200 -

Conference History

The Mid American Conference joined CFBHC in 2016, playing a limited 10 game schedule facing only other Mid American teams. They added the Huskies of Northern Illinois University and began out-of-conference play in 2017.

List of Conference winners

List of MAC commissioners

Bowl tie-ins

The MAC champion is not obligated to play in a specific bowl. All MAC bowl bids are based on best matchups and geography, no tiers exist but tiers from other conferences may predict matchups. Contracted bowls are as follows:

  • Famous Idaho Potato Bowl vs MWC (Boise, ID)
  • Miami Beach Bowl vs AAC (Miami, FL)
  • Bahamas Bowl vs AAC (Nassau, Bahamas)
  • Detroit Bowl vs ACC or Big Ten (Detroit, MI) - Conditional on whether the ACC or Big Ten cannot fill their spot.

The MAC does not have direct secondary tie-ins to any other bowls.

Standings

Tiebreaking Procedures

Divisional Champions (Conference Champion this year since there are no divisions)

The divisional championship shall be decided on conference winning percentage. If two or more teams are tied for the championship, they shall be considered divisional co-champions. The following tie-breaking formula shall be used to determine which team will represent that division in the MAC Championship game:

1. Head-to-head competition:

a. In the event of a multiple-team (two or more teams) tie, the team with the best head-to-head record amongst the tied teams wins the tie-breaker.

b. In a two-team tie, head-to-head competition will be the first criteria.

c. If two teams did not play, the second criteria is used to break the tie.

2. Record of tied teams within the division [versus rank order, highest to lowest, of division teams]:

a. The above tie-breaker procedure is used to determine rank order in the division.

b. Team(s) eliminated in the second tie-breaker criterion are not included in further consideration in the tie- breaking formula.

c. Head-to-head competition is again used to break the tie between the remaining tied teams.

3. Comparison of conference winning percentage of cross-over opponents of tied teams:

a. Tie-breaker is awarded to the team whose cross-division opponents had the best cumulative conference winning percentage.

b. Head-to-head competition is used to break the tie between the two tied teams.

4. If multiple teams remain tied, the final tie-breaker is as follows:

a. Record of tied teams versus cross-division opponents in rank order.

b. Head-to-head competition is used to break the tie between the two tied teams.

2020

2020 MAC football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
East
Akron   1 0         1 0  
Buffalo   0 0         1 0  
Miami (OH)   0 0         1 0  
Bowling Green   0 0         0 1  
Kent State   0 0         0 1  
Ohio   0 0         0 1  
West
Western Michigan   1 0         1 0  
Central Michigan   0 0         0 1  
Eastern Michigan   0 0         0 1  
Toledo   0 0         0 1  
Ball State   0 1         0 1  
Northern Illinois   0 1         0 1  
MAC Championship Game: TBD vs. TBD
† – Conference champion
x – Division champion/co-champions
Rankings from Coaches Poll

2019

2019 MAC football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
East
Ohio x   6 2         9 5  
Buffalo   5 2         8 5  
Kent State   4 3         5 7  
Akron   3 4         5 7  
Miami (OH)   2 5         2 10  
Bowling Green   1 6         4 8  
West
Toledo x   6 2         10 4  
Western Michigan   6 1         10 3  
Central Michigan   4 3         6 7  
Eastern Michigan   3 4         5 7  
Northern Illinois   2 5         4 8  
Ball State   1 6         1 11  



MAC Championship Game: Ohio 17 vs. Toledo 13
† – Conference champion
x – Division champion/co-champions
Rankings from Coaches Poll

2018

2018 MAC football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
East
Ohio x   5 2         8 6  
Miami (OH)   4 3         7 6  
Buffalo   4 3         6 7  
Kent State   3 4         3 9  
Akron   2 5         2 10  
Bowling Green   1 6         2 10  
West
Northern Illinois x   6 1         9 5  
Toledo   5 2         8 5  
Eastern Michigan   5 2         6 7  
Central Michigan   4 3         6 7  
Western Michigan   2 5         5 7  
Ball State   1 6         1 11  


MAC Championship Game: Northern Illinois 17, Ohio 3
† – Conference champion
x – Division champion/co-champions
Rankings from Coaches Poll

2017

2017 MAC football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
East
Miami (OH) x   6 1         10 4  
Buffalo   4 3         4 8  
Ohio   2 5         3 9  
Bowling Green   2 5         3 9  
Kent State   3 4         3 9  
Akron   1 6         1 11  
West
Northern Illinois x   7 0         11 3  
Eastern Michigan   6 1         11 2  
Toledo   5 2         8 5  
Western Michigan   4 3         7 6  
Ball State   2 5         3 9  
Central Michigan   0 7         1 11  


MAC Championship Game: Northern Illinois 12, Miami (OH) 10
† – Conference champion
x – Division champion/co-champions
Rankings from Coaches Poll

2016

2016 MAC football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
Miami (OH) y   10 1         10 2  
Toledo y   7 4         7 5  
Ohio   7 3         7 4  
Eastern Michigan   6 4         6 5  
Ball State   6 4         7 4  
Western Michigan   4 6         4 6  
Central Michigan   4 6         4 6  
Bowling Green   4 6         4 6  
Kent State   3 7         3 7  
Buffalo   3 7         3 7  
Akron   2 8         2 8  
MAC Championship Game: Miami (OH) 35, Toledo 24
† – Conference champion
y – Championship game participant
Rankings from Coaches Poll

Weekly Awards History

Numbers in parentheses after name [example "Emmanuel Fields (3)"] indicate total amounts of that award won.

Week Offensive Player of the Week Team Defensive Player of the Week Team Special Teams Player of the Week Team
Week 1, 2017 RB Mark Macleod Eastern Michigan FS Troy Brown Central Michigan RET Richard Dodge Bowling Green
Week 2, 2017 QB Melvin Winters Ohio FS Zachary Dumas Eastern Michigan K Richard Archer Northern Illinois
Week 3, 2017 RB Emmanuel Fields Western Michigan CB Herbert Villa Western Michigan K James Taylor Miami (OH)
Week 4, 2017 QB Steven Ferguson Toledo CB Robert Morris Northern Illinois K Richard Archer (2) Northern Illinois
Week 5, 2017 RB Emmanuel Fields (2) Western Michigan DE Samuel Barnes Western Michigan K Noah Cohen Toledo
Week 6, 2017 RB Emmett Spears Kent State DE David Payne Toledo K Timmy Wilhelm Ohio
Week 7, 2017 RB Mamadou Wynn Buffalo SS Ryan White Kent State RET Calvin Hayes Northern Illinois
Week 8, 2017 RB Emmanuel Fields (3) Western Michigan OLB Franklin Wetaherford Akron K Noah Cohen (2) Toledo
Week 9, 2017 RB Emmanuel Fields (4) Western Michigan CB Chris Witt Miami (OH) K Noah Cohen (3) Toledo
Week 10, 2017 RB Mamadou Wynn (2) Buffalo ILB David Garcia Kent State K Richard Archer (3) Northern Illinois
Week 11, 2017 RB Mamadou Wynn (3) Buffalo CB Abdoulaye McGee Toledo K Richard Archer (4) Northern Illinois
Week 12, 2017 RB Justin Couture Ohio SS Hunter Mackey Northern Illinois K Leonardo Blunt Kent State
Week 13, 2017 RB Mamadou Wynn (4) Buffalo CB Troy Galloway Akron K Josh Booth Akron
Week 14, 2017 RB Emmett Spears (2) Kent State CB Robert Morris (2) Northern Illinois K Ronald Corbett Central Michigan
Week 15, 2017 RB Emmanuel Fields (5) Western Michigan SS Harold Ferrell Ball State RET Calvin Hayes (2) Northern Illinois
2018 Offensive Player of the Week Team Defensive Player of the Week Team Special Teams Player of the Week Team
Week 1, 2018 FB Mark Macleod (2) Eastern Michigan FS Alfonso Bates Bowling Green K Anthony Call Buffalo
Week 2, 2018 QB Andrew Davis Northern Illinois ILB Lucas Callaway Buffalo K James Taylor (2) Miami (OH)
Week 3, 2018 QB Walt Sutherland Central Michigan CB Adam Haywood Toledo K James Bragg Central Michigan
Week 4, 2018 RB Justin Couture (2) Ohio DE Eddie Milton Ohio K Timmy Wilhelm (2) Ohio
Week 5, 2018 RB Emmanuel Fields (6) Western Michigan DE Donte Pennel Miami (OH) K Timmy Wilhelm (3) Ohio
Week 6, 2018 RB Emmanuel Fields (7) Western Michigan CB Robert Morris (3) Northern Illinois RET Adam Oliver Eastern Michigan
Week 7, 2018 QB Douglas Graham Miami (OH) FS Carlos Bright Northern Illinois K James Taylor (3) Miami (OH)
Week 8, 2018 QB Walt Sutherland (2) Central Michigan CB Sean Taylor Western Michigan K Ralph Phillips Western Michigan
Week 9, 2018 QB Charles Conley Buffalo CB Justin Rouse Akron K Timmy Wilhelm (4) Ohio
Week 10, 2018 QB Marquis Causey Ball State ILB Jeff Martino Bowling Green RET Robert Morris (4) Northern Illinois
Week 11, 2018 QB Andrew Davis (2) Northern Illinois CB Adam Haywood (2) Toledo K Richard Archer (5) Northern Illinois
Week 12, 2018 RB Emmanuel Fields (8) Western Michigan CB Sean Taylor (2) Western Michigan K Simon Hand (5) Eastern Michigan
Week 13, 2018 RB Justin Couture (3), RB Justin Brunson Ohio, Central Michigan CB Horace Green Central Michigan K Timmy Wilhelm (4) Ohio
Week 14, 2018 QB John Garland Kent State CB Horace Green's smile Central Michigan K Simon Hand (6) Eastern Michigan
Week 15, 2018 QB Andrew Davis (3) Northern Illinois FS Ian Williams Ball State K Noah Cohen (4) Toledo
2019 Offensive Player of the Week Team Defensive Player of the Week Team Special Teams Player of the Week Team
Week 1, 2019 RB Gabriel Shields Western Michigan OLB Brandon Thomas Bowling Green K Nathaniel Layne Bowling Green
Week 2, 2019 QB John Garland (2) Kent State DT Marlon Bailey Akron P Dovid Gunter Northern Illinois
Week 3, 2019 QB Benjamin Hanson Toledo CB Adam Haywood (3) Toledo K Noah Cohen (5) Toledo
Week 4, 2019 RB Mamadou Wynn (5) Buffalo FS Zachary Dumas (2) Eastern Michigan K Nathaniel Layne (2) Bowling Green
Week 5, 2019 RB Daniel Hutchins Northern Illinois SS Antonio Jackson Bowling Green P Luke McHenry Ball State
Week 6, 2019 RB Gabriel Shields (2) Western Michigan CB Sean Taylor (3) Western Michigan K Nathaniel Layne (3) Bowling Green
Week 7, 2019 RB Gabriel Shields (3) Western Michigan DE Isaiah Hall Bowling Green K Timmy Wilhelm (5) Ohio
Week 8, 2019 RB Mamadou Wynn (6) Buffalo SS Thomas Gordon Buffalo P Dovid Gunter (2) Northern Illinois
Week 9, 2019 RB Gabe Ciamo Toledo OLB Julius Cooke Kent State
2020 Offensive Player of the Week Team Defensive Player of the Week Team Special Teams Player of the Week Team
Week 1, 2020 - - - - - -
Total Awards Offensive Player of the Week Team Total Awards Defensive Player of the Week Team Total Awards Special Teams Player of the Week Team
8 RB Emmanuel Fields Western Michigan 3 CB Robert Morris Northern Illinois 5 K Richard Archer Northern Illinois
6 RB Mamadou Wynn Buffalo 3 CB Adam Haywood Toledo 5 K Timmy Wilhelm Ohio
3 RB Justin Couture Ohio 3 CB Sean Taylor Western Michigan 5 K Noah Cohen Toledo
3 QB Andrew Davis Northern Illinois 1 SS Hunter Mackey Northern Illinois 3 K James Taylor Miami (OH)
2 RB Emmett Spears Kent State 1 CB Troy Galloway Akron 2 RET Calvin Hayes Northern Illinois
2 QB Walt Sutherland Central Michigan 1 SS Harold Ferrell Ball State 1 RET Richard Dodge Bowling Green
2 FB Mark Macleod Eastern Michigan 1 FS Alfonso Bates Bowling Green 1 K Leonardo Blunt Kent State
1 QB Steven Ferguson Toledo 1 ILB Lucas Callaway Buffalo 1 K Josh Booth Akron
1 QB Melvin Winters Ohio 1 ILB David Garcia Kent State 1 K Ronald Corbett Central Michigan
1 QB Douglas Graham Miami (OH) 1 DE Eddie Milton Ohio 1 K Anthony Call Buffalo
1 QB Marquis Causey Ball State 1 FS Troy Brown Central Michigan 1 K James Bragg Central Michigan
2 QB John Garland Kent State 2 FS Zachary Dumas Eastern Michigan 1 RET Adam Oliver Eastern Michigan
3 RB Gabriel Shields Western Michigan 1 CB Herbert Villa Western Michigan 1 K Ralph Phillips Western Michigan
1 QB Benjamin Hanson Toledo 1 DE Samuel Barnes Western Michigan 1 RET Robert Morris Northern Illinois
1 RB Daniel Hutchins Northern Illinois 1 DE David Payne Toledo 1 K Simon Hand Eastern Michigan
1 RB Gabe Ciamo Toledo 1 SS Ryan White Kent State 1 K Nathaniel Layne Bowling Green
1 OLB Franklin Wetaherford Akron 2 P Dovid Gunter Northern Illinois
1 CB Chris Witt Miami (OH) 1 P Luke McHenry Ball State
1 DE Donte Pennel Miami (OH)
1 FS Carlos Bright Northern Illinois
1 CB Abdoulaye McGee Toledo
1 ILB Jeff Martino Bowling Green
1 OLB Lawrence Harris Central Michigan
1 CB Horace Green Central Michigan
1 CB Horace Green's smile Central Michigan
1 FS Ian Williams Ball State
1 OLB Brandon Thomas Bowling Green
1 DT Marlon Bailey Akron
1 SS Antonio Jackson Bowling Green
1 DE Isaiah Hall Bowling Green
1 SS Thomas Gordon Buffalo
1 OLB Julius Cooke Kent State

End of Season Awards History

National Awards

Conference Awards

Year OPOTY DPOTY Special Teamer OTY Coach OTY Offensive Newcomer OTY Defensive Newcomer OTY
2016 RB Emmett Spears, Kent State DE James Finney, Ball State K Marty Jones, Bowling Green FSUAlumni, Miami (OH)
2017 RB Emmanuel Fields, Western Michigan FS Zachary Dumas, Eastern Michigan PR Calvin Hayes, Northern Illinois Tammath, Eastern Michigan RB Mamadou Wynn, Buffalo FS Zachary Dumas, Eastern Michigan
2018 RB Emmanuel Fields, Western Michigan CB Sean Taylor, Western Michigan K Noah Cohen, Toledo CardiacPack13, Ohio TE Marlon Barkley, Toledo CB Adam Haywood, Toledo
2019 QB Benjamin Hanson, Toledo DE Isaiah Hall, Bowling Green K Noah Cohen, Toledo beeznik, Ohio QB Benjamin Hanson, Toledo -

NOTE: For the 2019 season the Offensive and Defensive Freshmen of the Year awards were combined into the Newcomer of the Year award (includes JuCo transfers). Separate Offensive and Defensive awards resumed with the 2020 season, but the Newcomer designation remained.

1st-Team All-MAC

Year QB RB FB WR TE OT OG C DE DT OLB ILB CB FS SS K P RET
2016 Douglas Graham, Miami (Ohio) Emmett Spears, Kent State
Christopher Rodriguez, Ball State
N/A Christopher Negrete, Miami (OH)
Jared Putnam, Eastern Michigan
Juan Cox, Ohio
Thomas Barajas, Central Michigan
Patrick Witherspoon, Miami (OH) Brian Murdock, Miami (OH)
Timothy Montoya, Ohio
Joseph Martin, Miami (OH)
King Armstrong, Ohio
Jeffrey Blanco, Miami (OH) Walter Moore, Ohio
James Finney, Ball State
Jeremy Coburn, Bowling Green
Roberto Castaneda, Central Michigan
Charles Stone, Ball State
Patrick Hudson, Central Michigan
Timothy Kim, Akron
Henry Clark, Western Michigan
Scott McNamara, Miami (OH)
Paul Preston, Toledo
Mitchell Dowdy, Miami (Ohio) Todd Graves, Bowling Green Marty Jones, Bowling Green Ralph Phillips, Western Michigan Ira Crawford, Ball State
Chad Welch, Buffalo
2017 Douglas Graham, Miami (Ohio) Emmanuel Fields, Western Michigan Osumane Green, Eastern Michigan Melvin Grubbs, Miami (Ohio)
Calvin Hayes, Northern Illinois
Patrick Witherspoon, Miami (OH) Williard Cooks, Kent State
Garrett Roberson, Western Michigan
Edward Galloway, Buffalo
Greg Coughlin, Northern Illinois
Bill Bullard, Buffalo Frank Gates, Eastern Michigan
David Payne, Toledo
Russel Brandt, Northern Illinois
Norman Thomason, Buffalo
Justin Davis, Eastern Michigan
Martin Thomas, Ball State
Steven Field, Western Michigan Chris Witt, Miami (Ohio
Robert Morris, Northern Illinois
Zachary Dumas, Eastern Michigan Hunter Mackey, Northern Illinois James Taylor, Miami (Ohio) Elias McMillan, Buffalo Calvin Hayes, Northern Illinois
2018 Andrew Davis, Northern Illinois Emmanuel Fields, Western Michigan Mark Macleod, Eastern Michigan Dave Parker, Northern Illinois
Thomas Yang, Toledo
Marlon Barkley, Toledo Aiden Hammer, Ball State
Joshua Brown, Northern Illinois
Mason Westbrook, Central Michigan
Marvin Correa, Western Michigan
Joseph Yarborough, Central Michigan Thierno Mingo, Western Michigan
Charles Anderson, Buffalo
Dwayne Montgomery, Toledo
Patrick Garber, Miami (OH)
Brandon Thomas, Bowling Green
Ryan Brown, Ball State
John Fay, Central Michigan Sean Taylor, Western Michigan
Adam Haywood, Toledo
Donovan Jackson, Western Michigan John Torres, Toledo Noah Cohen, Toledo Charles Hamm, Ohio Robert Morris, Northern Illinois
2019 Benjamin Hanson, Toledo* Gabriel Shields, Western Michigan
Mamadou Wynn, Buffalo
- Kenneth Harrison, Miami (OH)*
Josh Whitt, Western Michigan
Amir Nixon, Eastern Michigan Toma Pinati, Buffalo
Marcus Waterman, Buffalo
Ian Braden, Western Michigan
Edward Galloway, Buffalo
Billy Alailima, Toledo Isaiah Hall, Bowling Green*
Rory Bolin, Central Michigan
Dwayne Montgomery, Toledo*
Patrick Garber, Buffalo*
Brandon Thomas, Bowling Green*
Nicolas Kowalski, Toledo
Kareem Boykin, Western Michigan Justin Rouse, Akron
Adam Haywood, Toledo*
Anthony Davis, Toledo* Thomas Gordon, Buffalo Noah Cohen, Toledo - Ahmed Fleming, Akron*
2020

2nd-Team All-MAC

Year QB RB FB WR TE OT OG C DE DT OLB ILB CB FS SS K P RET
2017 Andrew Davis, Northern Illinois Justin Couture, Ohio Marquise McQueen, Western Michigan Adam Oliver, Eastern Michigan
Jeffrey Templeton, Ohio
Emory Johnson, Northern Illinois Gary Bagley, Buffalo
David Dunning, Toledo
Marcus Richardson, Western Michigan
John Allen, Kent State
Kenneth Torres, Bowling Green Robert Garrison, Bowling Green
Eddie Milton, Ohio
Robert Castaneda, Central Michigan
Norman Thomason, Buffalo
Stephen Taylor, Akron
Franklin Weatherford, Akron
David Garcia, Kent State Paul Preston, Toledo
Michael Newman, Ohio
Troy Brown, Central Michigan Ryan White, Kent State Richard Archer, Northern Illinois Connor Harlow, Eastern Michigan Richard Dodge, Bowling Green
2018 Walt Sutherland, Central Michigan Mamadou Wynn, Buffalo
Justin Couture, Ohio
- Melvin Grubbs, Miami (OH)
Owen Lomax, Central Michigan
Thomas Noel, Akron Garrett Roberson, Western Michigan
Jake Boyce, Toledo
James Daniels, Central Michigan
Brandon Paredes, Miami (OH)
Elliot Gilman, Western Michigan Isaiah Hall, Bowling Green
James Finney, Ball State
Russell Brandt, Northern Illinois
Marlon Bailey, Akron
David Dupre, Miami (OH)
Franklin Weatherford, Akron
Manuel Owen, Eastern Michigan Horace Green, Central Michigan
Richard Benjamin, Ohio
Anthony Davis, Toledo Thomas Gordon, Buffalo James Taylor, Miami (OH) Dovid Gunter, Northern Illinois Adam Oliver, Eastern Michigan
2019 Walt Sutherland, Central Michigan Owen Walton, Ohio
Gabe Ciamo, Toledo
- Aaron Hughes, Toledo
Steven Muse, Bowling Green
Nate Linsley, Toledo Benjamin Harris, Toledo
Steven Mills, Western Michigan
Alex Westbrook, Western Michigan
James Rogers, Toledo
D.J. Wilkinson, Buffalo Gabriel Beauchamp, Akron
Nazir Tatum-Kimbrough, Central Michigan
Isamaeli Afamasaga, Ball State
Shane Horton, Eastern Michigan
Jason Wood, Northern Illinois
Donovan Pendleton, Ohio
Shia Reeder, Toledo A'Shawn Ellison, Central Michigan
Sean Taylor, Western Michigan
Donovan Jackson, Western Michigan John Richardson, Eastern Michigan Nathaniel Layne, Bowling Green - Mordechai Hutchison, Central Michigan
2020

List of MAC Starting Quarterbacks

MAC Team Starting Quarterbacks
Akron Zips Daniel Diaz (2016) Robert Proffitt (2017) T.J. Zamora (2017-Present)
Ball State Cardinals Joel Sumner (2016-2017) Elias Carter (2018) Bobby McClellan (2018) Marquis Causey (2018-Present)
Bowling Green Falcons Karl Chapman (2016) Robert Chamberlain (2017) Eddie Connelly (2018-Present)
Buffalo Bulls Joseph Gonzales (2016) Charles Conley (2016-2018) Stephen Coates (2019) Blair Holcomb (2020-Present)
Central Michigan Chippewas John Myers (2016-2017) Walt Sutherland (2018-Present)
Eastern Michigan Eagles Charles Warren (2016) Chester Grant (2017) Scott Randolph (2018-Present) Giovanni Shaw (2019-Present)
Kent State Golden Flashes James Brown (2016) Michael Larson (2016) Howard Stevens (2017) Joel Spivey (2017) John Garland (2018-Present)
Miami RedHawks Paul Robbins (2016-2017) Douglas Graham (2016-2018) Zack Cera (2019-Present)
Northern Illinois Huskies Andrew Davis (2017-2018) Dwayne Curry (2019) Charlie Sanford (2019-Present)
Ohio Bobcats Melvin Winters (2016-2017) Steven Ring (2017) Stephen Peters (2018-Present)
Toledo Rockets David Wilson (2016) Steven Ferguson (2017) Hector Hsu (2016, 2018) Benjamin Hanson (2019-Present)
Western Michigan Broncos Robert Lester (2016) Morris Jacobs (2016-2017) Brayden Gruber (2018-2019) Chase Sims (2019-Present)

MAC Players in NFLHC

A list of all players who were drafted or signed to NFLHC teams, with their last conference prior to draft selection or NFLHC signing being the MAC, and sorted by draft round and pick.

Draft Year Draft Position Current Team Pos Name MAC Years School NFLHC Seasons NFLHC Stats (through Week 11, 2018)
2018 2:60 Raiders Raiders RB Emmett Spears 2016-17 Kent State 2018 188 carries, 770 rush yards, 4.09 average, 8 rushing TDs, 4 receptions, 88 yards, 2 TDs, 10 games played
2018 4:107 Bills Bills C Bill Bullard 2016-17 Buffalo 2018 N/A
2018 7:202 Eagles Eagles TE Damani Spillman 2016-17 Ball State 2018 8 receptions, 77 yards, 3 TDs, 3 games played
2018 UDFA Seahawks Seahawks TE Jeffrey Jackson 2016-17 Kent State 2018 1 reception, 26 yards, 1 TD, 1 game played
2019 2:63 Jets Jets RB Emmanuel Fields 2017-18 Western Michigan 2019
2019 5:134 Ravens Ravens QB Andrew Davis 2017-18 Northern Illinois 2019
2019 5:138 Vikings Vikings DE James Finney 2016-18 Ball State 2019
2019 7:227 Ravens Ravens C Nicolas Slack 2017-18 Northern Illinois 2019
2020 UDFA Packers Packers OG Greg Coughlin 2017-18 Northern Illinois 2020
2020 1:27 Chiefs Chiefs DE Isaiah Hall 2018-19 Bowling Green 2020
2020 3:68 Browns Browns DE Gabriel Beauchamp 2019 Akron 2020
2020 4:97 Titans Titans OG Ian Braden 2018-19 Western Michigan 2020
2020 4:125 Chargers Chargers P Luke McHenry 2018-19 Ball State 2020
2020 5:136 Cowboys Cowboys DT Patrick Garber 2017-19 Miami (OH)
Buffalo
2020
2020 6:170 Bengals Bengals OT Leonard Shockley 2018-19 Eastern Michigan 2020
2020 6:188 Panthers Panthers CB Justin Rouse 2018-19 Akron 2020
2020 6:194 Jaguars Jaguars OT Toma Pinati 2018-19 Buffalo 2020
2020 7:228 Jets Jets FB Ousmane Green 2017-19 Eastern Michigan 2020

MAC Conference Records

Single Game Records

Offense

Passing
  • Most Passing Attempts: 71 - Charles Warren, QB EMU 2016 (Week 10 vs. Akron)
  • Most Completions: 39 - Charles Warren, QB EMU 2016 (Week 10 vs. Akron)
  • Highest Completion Percentage (min. 20 attempts): 82.8% - Benjamin Hanson, QB TOL 2019 (Week 15 vs. UCF)
  • Most Touchdowns: 5 - Benjamin Hanson, QB TOL 2019 (Week 5 vs. Old Dominion)
  • Most Interceptions: 5 (tie) - T.J. Zamora, QB AKR 2017 (Week 4 vs. Kentucky) and John Garland, QB KNT 2018 (Week 6 vs. Minnesota)
  • Yards per Attempt (min. 20 attempts): 14.58 - Chase Sims, QB WMU 2019 (Week 7 vs. FIU)
  • Most Passing Yards: 481 - Charles Warren, QB EMU 2016 (Week 8 vs. Miami (OH))
Receiving
  • Most Receiving Yards: 14 - Jared Putnam, WR EMU 2016 (Week 8 vs. Miami (OH))
  • Most Receptions: 204 - Jared Putnam, WR EMU 2016 (Week 8 vs. Miami (OH))
  • Most Touchdown Receptions: 2 (tie) - Numerous players
  • Highest Yards per Reception (min. 3 receptions): 38.0 - James Armstrong, WR CMU 2018 (Week 8 vs. Kent State)
Rushing
  • Most Rushes: 38 - Emmett Spears, RB KNT 2017 (Week 6 vs. Ohio)
  • Most Yards: Emmanuel Fields, RB WMU 2017 (Week 8 vs. Ohio)
  • Most Rushing Touchdowns: 6 - Emmanuel Fields, RB WMU 2017 (Week 8 vs. Ohio)
  • Highest Yards per Carry (min. 10 rushes): 11.67 - Daniel Hutchins, RB NIU 2019 (Week 5 vs. FIU)

Defense

Special Teams

Single Season Records

Offense

Passing
  • Most Passing Attempts: 650 - Douglas Graham, QB MIA 2017
  • Most Completions: 377 - Douglas Graham, QB MIA 2017
  • Most Passing Yards: 4141 - Douglas Graham, QB MIA 2017
  • Highest Completion Percentage (min. 100 attempts): 67.3% - Benjamin Hanson, QB TOL 2019
  • Most Touchdowns: 29 - Douglas Graham, QB MIA 2017
  • Most Interceptions: 19 - John Garland, QB KNT 2018
  • Yards per Attempt (min. 100 attempts): 9.17 - Benjamin Hanson, QB TOL 2019
  • Passing Yards per Game (min. 100 attempts): 307.7 - Douglas Graham, QB MIA 2016
Receiving
  • Most Receiving Yards: 1273 - Melvin Grubbs, WR MIA 2017
  • Most Receptions: 103 - Melvin Grubbs, WR MIA 2017
  • Most Touchdown Receptions: 10 (tie) - Melvin Grubbs, WR MIA 2017 and Kenneth Harrison, WR MIA 2019
  • Highest Yards per Reception (min. 30 receptions): 16.33 - Aaron Hughes, WR TOL 2019
  • Receiving Yards per Game (min. 4 games): 93.33 - Kenneth Harrison, WR MIA 2019
Rushing
  • Most Attempts: 388 - Emmanuel Fields, RB WMU 2017
  • Most Yards: 1935 - Emmanuel Fields, RB WMU 2017
  • Most Rushing Touchdowns: 29 - Emmanuel Fields, RB WMU 2017
  • Highest Yards per Carry (min. 50 attempts): 6.66 - Giovanni Shaw, QB EMU 2019
  • Rushing Yards per Game (min. 4 games): 148.84 - Emmanuel Fields, RB WMU 2017

Defense

Special Teams

Career Records

Offense

  • Most Passing Attempts: 1695 - Douglas Graham, QB MIA 2016-18
  • Most Completions: 991 - Douglas Graham, QB MIA 2016-18
  • Most Passing Yards: 11175 - Douglas Graham, QB MIA 2016-18
  • Highest Completion Percentage (min. 200 attempts): 68.1% - Benjamin Hanson, QB TOL 2019
  • Most Touchdowns: 71 - Douglas Graham, QB MIA 2016-18
  • Most Interceptions: 37 - T.J. Zamora, QB AKR 2017-19
  • Yards per Attempt (min. 200 attempts): 9.17 - Benjamin Hanson, QB TOL 2019
  • Passing Yards per Game (min. 200 attempts): 286.5 - Douglas Graham, QB MIA 2016-18
Receiving
  • Most Receiving Yards: 2615 - Melvin Grubbs, WR MIA 2017-19
  • Most Receptions: 210 - Melvin Grubbs, WR MIA 2017-19
  • Most Touchdown Receptions: 16 (tie) - Melvin Grubbs, WR MIA 2017-19; Patrick Witherspoon, TE MIA 2016-19; Emory Johnson, TE MIA 2017-19
  • Highest Yards per Reception (min. 90 receptions): 14.01 - Aaron Hughes, WR TOL 2016-19
  • Receiving Yards per Game (min. 15 games): Christopher Negrete, WR MIA 2016-17
Rushing
  • Most Attempts:
  • Most Yards:
  • Most Rushing Touchdowns:
  • Highest Yards per Carry (min. 150 attempts):
  • Rushing Yards per Game (min. 15 games):

Defense

Special Teams