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Miami retools its secondary with a new defensive coordinator and two likely starters from the transfer portal.
Kent State aims to sharpen the first two levels of its defense on its pathway back to Detroit.
All-conference honoree James Patterson runs it back for his fifth year as one of the MAC’s premier defensive stars.
Miami’s front seven experienced as much loss as any MAC position group. How can a healthy Ryan McWood and company reinvigorate the unit?
A potent running back trio of Cooper, Williams, and Bradford is back to lead the Flash Fast offense to great heights.
In his first year as defensive coordinator, Bowling Green cut its points allowed per game by over 14 points. Now, Lewis looks to take the next step.
With turnover at quarterback, running back, and tight end, Quian Williams and the receiving corps look assume the leadership role of a rebuilding Buffalo offense.
As an All-MAC QB, a MAC champion, and a bowl MVP, Brett Gabbert is ready to make the MAC his conference in 2022.
Kent State doesn’t return much experience on the offensive line, but the Golden Flashes have a history of sturdy run blocking in the Sean Lewis era.
Offensive line dominance has been Buffalo’s identity over the past three seasons. With Gabe Wallace serving as the only returning starter, how do the Bulls fare in 2022?