Well this has been pretty lame. All home teams minus Eastern Michigan won their games and there wasn't a whole lot of movement in our power rankings this week.
|Rank||Team||Points (First place picks)||Preseason||Week 1||Week 2||Week 3||Week 4||Week 5|
The only maneuvering from last week's power ranking's was that Western Michigan and Northern Illinois moved up one spot to 4 and 5 respectively while Central Michigan dropped down from 4 to 6 after losing in their Battle for the Cannon rivalry game. Akron and UMass also swapped places with one another at 9 and 10 after Akron put up 500 yards of offense on the Eagles and the Minutemen suffered a big loss to Bowling Green.
Toledo, Bowling Green and Ohio all won big in their home games over Kent State, UMass and Miami to maintain their spots in our top five positions. The bottom three teams, Kent State, Eastern Michigan and Miami, all remain the same in their spots as well.
Ball State hung in with the Huskies in a shootout, but their loss keeps them at 7 while Buffalo on a bye week kept them at 8.
Voters: Alex Alvarado, Brandon Fitzsimons, Brandon Hickey, Keith Scheessele, James Jimenez, Matthew Gritzmacher, Kaleb Carter, Norman Miller, Justin Coffin, Russ Johnson, Chris Manning, Nick Fries, Matt Hammond, Matt Daley