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MAC Football Scores and Standings Roundup: Week 8

No new bowl-eligible teams this week, but Akron did manage to win its first game over an FBS school for the first time since Tron was released in theaters.

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School Record Conf. Record
Bowling Green 5-2 3-0
Buffalo 5-2 3-0
Ohio 5-2 2-1
UMass 1-6 1-2
Akron 2-6 1-3
Kent State 2-6 1-3
Miami 0-7 0-3
Ball State 7-1 4-0
Northern Illinois 7-0 3-0
Toledo 4-3 2-1
Central Michigan 3-5 2-2
Eastern Michigan 1-6 0-3
Western Michigan 0-8 0-4

#23 Northern Illinois 38 - Central Michigan 17

Jordan Lynch has an game for the ages, but the Huskies don't even budge in the AP standings, but are now #18 in the BCS standings. No respect.

Ohio 56 - Eastern Michigan 28

We can all imagine how tough it must have been for all of the players at EMU to get ready and even think about preparing for football. They ended up suffering a huge loss to Tyler Tettleton, but the opening kickoff is a highlight that just doesn't get old.

(Please ignore the commentary for the first 7 seconds)

Buffalo 32 - UMass 3


Ball State 38 - Western Michigan 17

Just your normal Keith Wenning three-touchdown cakewalk over the Broncos. I wonder if the DJ at Waldo Stadium hates his job yet.

Akron 24 - Miami 17

Miami isn't good enough to be considered an FBS school this year. Maybe next week, Akron.

Toledo 45 - Navy 44 (2OT)

How does Tom Matukewicz still have a job? I get that blind even the blind squirrel finds a nut sometimes, but that doesn't mean you should be giving up a passing touchdown to Navy.

Kent State 21 - Southern Alabama 38

Yes, the Golden Flashes should be embarrassed by this one, but you have got to see Dri Archer's 73-yard touchdown catch. Roll Tide.