Filed under: Stream MAC Football MAC Football Week 10: Kent State Defends The Wagon Contributors: Ben Roush, Matt Sussman, and Brandon Fitzsimons Share this story Share this on Facebook Share this on Twitter Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: MAC Football Week 10: Kent State Defends The Wagon Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email Kent State escaped a scare against Akron with a 35-24 victory. Western Michigan also won their rivalry game against CMU and Buffalo capped a wild game against Miami (OH) with a 27-24 victory. 13 Total Updates Since Nov 2, 2012, 1:21pm EDT Follow this stream November 1, 2014 How To Watch/Listen To WMU vs. Miami By Ben Roush@broush90 Western travels to Miami for the RedHawks homecoming. Here's how you can partake in this showdown: November 3, 2012 Northern Illinois is mean By Matt Sussman November 3, 2012 Who's going to win the MAC East? By Matt Sussman Kent State, Bowling Green and Ohio are in a veritable three-team race for the MAC East division, with KSU running on the inside track. Although a doomsday scenario could result in Miami still winning this weird thing. November 3, 2012 Kent State moves to 8-1 with Akron victory By Matt Sussman November 3, 2012 Kent State takes 28-24 lead vs. Akron By Matt Sussman November 3, 2012 CMU leads WMU 23-14 after 3 By Brandon Fitzsimons@broncofitz The Chippewas regained the lead after an impressive 3rd quarter November 3, 2012 Zips hang onto 24-14 halftime lead at Kent State By Matt Sussman November 3, 2012 Buffalo stuns Miami 27-24 on last-second FG By Matt Sussman November 3, 2012 Akron takes early 14-0 lead on Kent State By Matt Sussman November 3, 2012 WMU strikes, leads CMU 14-13 at the half By Brandon Fitzsimons@broncofitz Tight, back-and-forth game at the half in Mt Pleasant. November 3, 2012 CMU leads WMU 6-0 By Brandon Fitzsimons@broncofitz 2 FGs is the difference so far November 3, 2012 Miami-Buffalo: field goals and weird zooms By Matt Sussman November 2, 2012 MAC Football Week 10 overview By Matt Sussman CMU-WMU and Akron-Kent State put on their angry rivalry faces, while Miami could be driving into a Buffalo trap and UMass is going to brace for the worst at NIU.