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CFB: Week 3 Conference Notes: Mid American Conference (MAC)


Saturday, September 17th

LIU at Kent State, Noon ET (ESPN3)

Cincinnati at Miami (Paul Brown Stadium), Noon ET (ESPNU)

Buffalo at Coastal Carolina, 1 pm ET (ESPN+)

Bucknell at Central Michigan, 1 pm ET (ESPN3)

Murray State at Ball State, 2 pm (ESPN+)

Ohio at Iowa State, 2 pm ET (ESPN+)

Vanderbilt at NIU, 3:30 pm ET / 2:30 pm CT (CBSSN)

Marshall at Bowling Green, 5 pm ET (NFL Network)

Akron at Tennessee, 7 pm ET (ESPN+)

Toledo at Ohio State, 7 pm ET (FOX)

Pittsburgh at Western Michigan, 7:30 pm ET (ESPNU)

Eastern Michigan at Arizona State, 11 pm ET (Pac-12 Network)

• Western Michigan football outscored Ball State 23-14 in the second half to come from behind and defeat the Cardinals 37-30 on the road at Scheumann Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Broncos improved to 1-0 in Mid-American Conference play with the win and are now 6-0 in MAC openers under head coach Tim Lester. Senior running back La’Darius Jefferson had three touchdowns on the ground to lead WMU, but it was Sean Tyler and his 60-yard run to the endzone that sealed the win. Tyler finished the day with a team-best 108 yards on the ground.

• Sophomore quarterback Dequan Finn threw for a touchdown and ran for two more as Toledo (2-0, 0-0 MAC) cruised to a 55-10 victory over UMass (0-2) at the Glass Bowl on Saturday. Finn completed 12- of-26 passes for 177 yards and added a team-best 74 yards rushing to lead the offense. Sophomore Peny Boone added a pair of short yardage touchdowns in the first half, helping the Rockets jump out to a 28-0 lead early in the second quarter. Toledo’s defense was dominant for the second week in a row, holding UMass to just 253 yards of total offense, including just 48 yards through the air.

• Aveon Smith threw three touchdown passes in his first career start as Miami won its home opener 31-14 over Robert Morris Saturday night. Mac Hippenhammer caught two touchdown passes for the RedHawks (1-1), who scored 28 consecutive points after an early touchdown by Robert Morris (0-2). Miami recorded its 15th straight victory at Yager Stadium, extending the second-longest home win streak in program history.

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