Saturday, June 22, 2024
Wager-Tracker: All Sports Betting Log

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

2022 MAC FOOTBALL RELEASE

THIS WEEK IN THE 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)

2 MINUTE DRILL
• 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.

Sportsbook Advisor

Related Articles

Cellucor C4 X Skittles

Latest Articles

Fantasy Guru - Baseball