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Tuesday, November 25, 2014
BATTLE OF THE BRICKS: @OhioFootball Faces Miami
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
@OhioMensBball Begins Homestand
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Stand PrOUd. Stand Behind Ohio!
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ouellette Earns MAC East Weekly Honors
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats battle Miami with bowl hopes on the line
(Athens Messenger)
Bobcats hope to turn page with Lions
(Athens Messenger)
MAC Football ends this week with Ohio University needing a big win at Miami
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Miami looks to send seniors out on winning note
(Hamilton Journal-News)
Ohio Bobcats vs. Miami RedHawks Football Preview: It's the Battle of the Bricks
(HustleBelt.com)
Ohioís postseason hopes on the line at this yearís Battle of the Bricks
(The Post)
íCats look to rebound at home
(The Post)
BGSU men's basketball capsule: 11-25
(Toledo Blade)
Falcons to face a Ball State defense plagued by injuries
(Toledo Blade)
Rocketsí focus is on E. Michigan
(Toledo Blade)
Rockets pound Bucknell to end 2-game skid
(Toledo Blade)
Column: Western Michigan deserves contender label, but Broncos have to believe that against NIU
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
WMU men's basketball falls to San Diego, 77-70, for first loss of season
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
MAC reprimands 4 CMU players who failed to shake WMU players' hands, captaincy status removed
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football transitions tight end Todd Stafford back to quarterback for late-season insurance
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass talking points: Mark Whipple on his quarterback situation, playing for pride in the season finale
(The Springfield Republican)
Ball State tops Grambling 88-46
(Muncie Star Press)

Monday, November 24, 2014
Road to a Bobcat bowl game runs through Oxford
(Athens News)
Kent State loses first game of the season, 66-59, to Yale with cold second half
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Yale 66, Kent State 59: Golden Flashes suffer first loss in final of Men Against Breast Cancer Classic
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Western Michigan football teams opens as 7-point favorite over Northern Illinois
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Akron 68, South Carolina 63: Noah Robotham guides Zips over Gamecocks
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Ball Stateís Miles has forged his way in Muncie
(Muncie Star Press)
Ball State menís basketball vs. Grambling State
(Muncie Star Press)

Sunday, November 23, 2014
Kent State wins big again, 78-60, over Illinois-Chicago to remain undefeated
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Bronco busted: Central Michigan upended by rival Western Michigan in battle for Victory Cannon Trophy
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
Central Michigan seniors feel pain of loss to Western Michigan
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
Kent State 78, Illinois-Chicago: Unbeaten Flashes continue to roll
(Akron Beacon Journal)
WMU football offense doesn't panic, is 'special' in comeback win over rival Central Michigan
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Central Michigan players refuse to exchange pregame handshakes, WMU responds with win
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Ball State 45, Eastern Michigan 30: Reginald Bellís 500 yards of offense a bright spot in fifth straight loss
(Ann Arbor News)
Ball State basketball falls to IUPUI in overtime
(Muncie Star Press)
Ball State beats EMU 45-30 in final home football game
(Muncie Star Press)
Ball State's Zavier Turner suspended indefinitely
(Muncie Star Press)

Saturday, November 22, 2014
BATTLE OF THE BRICKS: @OhioFootball Faces Miami Nov. 25
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Kent State wins at home, 74-51, over Southern Illinois behind Jimmy Hall's 16 points
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips get blown out by Miami Hurricanes, 79-51
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Luke Meyer dunks, John Simons 3-pointers highlight Central Michigan blowout win over Maine
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
Menís basketball/Kent State 74, Southern Illinois 51: Golden Flashes earns impressive win to stay unbeaten
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Battle for the Victory Cannon Trophy: CMU, WMU set for one of biggest games in history of storied rivalry
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
Rockets lose 2nd straight game after struggling on road in Oregon
(Toledo Blade)
Behind P.J. Fleck's turnaround of Western Michigan
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
It's Gameday! Western Michigan travels to rival Central Michigan looking for 2 trophies
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Confident WMU men's basketball team looks to stay hot against winless Drake Saturday at home
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
WMU football QB Zach Terrell has new understanding, motivation for CMU rivalry after last year's loss
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass quarterback Austin Whipple reflects on his rough start against Akron: 'I just need to play better'
(The Springfield Republican)
Eastern Michigan 71, Youngstown St. 62 : EMU pulls away in final minutes, improves to 3-0
(Ann Arbor News)
Eastern Michigan menís basketball team building confidence with each win
(Ann Arbor News)
Ball State vs. IUPUI basketball preview
(Muncie Star Press)
Ball State basketball will host Toys for Tots event
(Muncie Star Press)

Friday, November 21, 2014
Ohio Basketball: Stevie Taylor's Last Go-Round
(WOUB)
Kent State-Buffalo game canceled for good; Akron-Kent next Friday
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips roll over Southern Cal in Charleston Classic opener, 66-46
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Knapke still quarterback for Falcons
(Toledo Blade)
Report: BG, Eastern Illinoiscut deal before Babers signing
(Toledo Blade)
Kent State-Buffalo game canceled; KSU-UA game moved to 1 p.m. Nov. 28
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Kent State menís basketball team undefeated but looking to improve
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Akron Zips basketball: UA beats USC Trojans 66-46
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Defense making strides for Rockets
(Toledo Blade)
NIU men's hoops off to 2-0 start
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
WMU football coach P.J. Fleck named a semifinalist for Maxwell Coach of the Year Award
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Western Michigan star Jarvion Franklin handling success with humility, just the way high school coach remembers
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
With Buffalo's senior day cancelled because of snow, UMass should step in and lend a friendly hand (UPDATED)
(The Springfield Republican)
MAC calls off UBís game with Kent State
(Buffalo News)
Ball Stateís Kiapway back in action
(Muncie Star Press)
Lemboís stock likely dipping
(Muncie Star Press)

Thursday, November 20, 2014
@OhioMensBball's Second-Half Rally Falls Short At FGCU
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Eagles bomb Bobcats, 79-62
(Athens Messenger)
Slow First Half Dooms Ohio Men's Basketball On The Road
(WOUB)
Bobcatsí comeback effort comes up short on the road
(The Post)
Snowbound equipment cancels UB-Kent State game
(Buffalo News)
Ball Stateís Pete Lembo second among MAC coach salaries
(Muncie Star Press)
Kent State football game postponed in Buffalo; further plans pending
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Denny scores 18 to spark Falcons
(Toledo Blade)
Toledo slips past Bowling Green 27-20
(Toledo Blade)
Fans brave cold to see Rockets win
(Toledo Blade)
Buffalo snowstorm postpones Kent State-Buffalo football game, throws blanket of doubt over Flashesí game next week against Akron
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Akron Zips basketball: Keith Dambrot on team's changes in current reality
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Piotrowicz: UT has just one path to Detroit
(Toledo Blade)
UTís Hunt hits 1,000-yard mark
(Toledo Blade)

Wednesday, November 19, 2014
@OhioFootball Drops Heartbreaker to NIU
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
@OhioMensBball Opens Road Slate At Florida Gulf Coast
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio - Northern Illinois Postgame Notes
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio comes up short, 21-14, in upset bid
(Athens Messenger)
Bobcats face first road test at Dunk City
(Athens Messenger)
Huskies Escape Bobcats on Senior Night
(WOUB)
Ohio Men's Basketball: Florida Gulf Coast Preview
(WOUB)
Chippy 'Cats come up short in Arctic conditions
(Athens News)
Huskies defeat Ohio, closer to Detroit
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
VIEWS: Twitterverse should give Carey credit already
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Ohio faces tough first away battle in Dunk City
(The Post)
Akron Zips keep bowl hopes alive with 30-6 victory over UMass
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
2004 Battle of I-75 frozen in time
(Toledo Blade)
BGSU basketball preview capsule
(Toledo Blade)
UT, BGSU football capsule
(Toledo Blade)
Kent State 62, Malone 52: Flashes not sharp in victory over Pioneers
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Akron Zips football: Final observations regarding UA's 30-6 win
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Turnovers thwart UTís chance to win at VCU
(Toledo Blade)
WMU football coach P.J. Fleck calls Central Michigan rivalry a 'civil war' between two tough teams
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Otsego 7-foot center Seth Dugan commits to Western Michigan men's basketball
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football quick hits: Undermanned and overmatched Minutemen lose 30-6 on road at Akron
(The Springfield Republican)
Season Preview: New faces, no excuses as EMU basketball team looks to be contender in MAC (with video)
(Ann Arbor News)
Run or pass? UB keeps opponents guessing
(Buffalo News)
Kent State takes long way to tonightís game with UB
(Buffalo News)
Ball State football injuries reach absurd levels
(Muncie Star Press)
Ball State puts up 101 on overmatched IU Kokomo
(Muncie Star Press)

Tuesday, November 18, 2014
@OhioMensBball's Ryan Taylor Earns CSM Honors
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
@OhioMensBball Unveils Signing Class
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Pepsi Tailgreat Park Closed for Ohio vs. NIU Game
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats square off with NIU with bowl hopes still alive
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio Men's Basketball: Sit-Down With Saul Phillips
(WOUB)
Ohio Football's New Threads
(WOUB)
NIU's 5 storylines to follow: NIU at Ohio
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Bobcats seeking revenge on Huskies
(The Post)
The Post sports staff predictions
(The Post)
Thousands spent on pre-game treatment
(The Post)
Akron Zips look to get back in the win column as MAC mid-week football continues
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Suspensions rock Cleveland State and Akron basketball; transfer sparks Kent State
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Falconsí seniors out to end streak
(Toledo Blade)
Rockets look for 5th straight in series vs. BGSU
(Toledo Blade)
WMU football quarterback Zach Terrell earns weekly MAC, national Manning Award honors
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
WMU football running back Jarvion Franklin 'likely' to play at rival Central Michigan Saturday
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football vs. Akron: Minutemen hit the road looking for 4th win in 5 games
(The Springfield Republican)
Video: EMU forward Karrington Ward's dunk is No. 1 play on Monday night's SportsCenter Top 10
(Ann Arbor News)
Eastern Michigan 89, Oakland University 77: Experienced Eagles power offense in strong second half
(Ann Arbor News)
EMU and Oakland menís basketball teams building strong in-state rivalry
(Ann Arbor News)

Monday, November 17, 2014
Youth and talent emerge in menís home opener
(Athens News)
Demetrius Treadwell suspended indefinitely by the University of Akron
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips basketball: Men's team loses Demetrius Treadwell to suspension
(Akron Beacon Journal)
UT men's basketball assistant Stacey resigns
(Toledo Blade)
UT men's basketball wins season opener
(Toledo Blade)
WMU basketball senior Austin Richie gets Broncos' offense off and running with career-best game
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Ball State-IU Kokomo preview
(Muncie Star Press)
Sullivan lifts RedHawks in opener
(Hamilton Journal-News)
UB makes statement in loss to Kentucky
(Buffalo News)
Bearden passes tough test in his collegiate debut
(Buffalo News)

Sunday, November 16, 2014
@OhioMensBBall Tops Mountaineers In Season Opener
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats Come Out of Shell in Victory
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Taylor makes a splash in Bobcats' opener
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio men cruise in Convo season opener
(Athens News)
Ohio Men's Basketball Wins Big In Home Opener
(WOUB)
Bobcats win season opener led by freshman Ryan Taylor
(The Post)
Kent State holds on to defeat Youngstown State in season opener, 69-61
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Falcons start fast to get opening win
(Toledo Blade)
Kent State 69, Youngstown State 61: Jimmy Hall leads Flashes to win in opener
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Western Michigan 51, Eastern Michigan 7: Big plays propel Broncos to win over rival Eagles
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Double trouble: WMU football WR Corey Davis joins Jarvion Franklin in 1,000-yard club this season
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
WMU men's basketball season preview: David Drew makes his prediction for the reigning MAC champions
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Darius Phillips spearheads much-improved WMU special teams unit in win over EMU
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Western Michigan 51, Eastern Michigan 7: Eagles embarrassed in second straight in-state rivalry game
(Ann Arbor News)
Rocketsí Drummond a difference-maker
(Toledo Blade)
Miami edged by C. Michigan
(Hamilton Journal-News)
New faces, setting make Miami more interesting
(Hamilton Journal-News)
Hurley wonít get warm reception in Kentucky
(Buffalo News)
Kentuckyís dilemma: Too much talent?
(Buffalo News)
UT's Norton makes most of starting chance
(Toledo Blade)
In Titus they trust: A career-high three TD receptions by Central Michiganís Titus Davis sends Chippewas to victory over Miami
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)

Saturday, November 15, 2014
@Ohio_MensBball Begins Regular Season Against App State
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Fine Nine: No. 26 @Ohio_Volleyball Earns Another MAC Regular Season Title
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio faces Appalachian State in opener
(Athens Messenger)
Bobcats Tip Off 2014-15 Season At Home
(WOUB)
Perfection: @Ohio_Volleyball Completes 16-0 MAC Season
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Central Michigan runs past Division III Alma College to open regular season
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
Akron Zips basketball opens with easy 74-57 victory
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
It's Gameday! Western Michigan hosts Eastern Michigan looking for fifth consecutive win
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
WMU men's basketball season preview: 5 elements of impact for the Broncos
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass quarterback Blake Frohnapfel's status not settled; Austin Whipple taking 1st-team reps
(The Springfield Republican)
Bulls win opener as Moss scores 25
(Buffalo News)
Ball State men drop opener 90-72 at Utah
(Muncie Star Press)
Miami returns to action at CMU
(Hamilton Journal-News)

Friday, November 14, 2014
Ohio Athletics Hosts Canned Food Drives
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
'Saul Ball' ready for lift-off
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio Football: Tim Edmond, the Ultimate Measure of a Bobcat
(WOUB)
Ohio Men's Basketball Gains Three New Recruits
(WOUB)
Bobcats look to get off to better start in Saturdayís season opener
(The Post)
Bowling Green vs. Toledo next week a possible look at MAC title game
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Busy night for Givens carries BG
(Toledo Blade)
UA men's basketball signs three recruits, including St. V-M's Joshua Williams
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Macon likely to start for Rockets
(Toledo Blade)
Rockets squander another opportunity
(Toledo Blade)
Western Michigan vs. Eastern Michigan: David Drew makes his prediction for Broncos' game against rival Eagles
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football updates: No Blake Frohnapfel injury news until Friday; Akron game pushed to ESPN3
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football stock watch: Three up, three down from the Minutemen's win over Ball State
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football crowd shows the region wants its team
(The Springfield Republican)
Ball State basketball opens vs top-flight Utes
(Muncie Star Press)
Ball State basketball inks frontcourt pair
(Muncie Star Press)

Thursday, November 13, 2014
Solich Addresses the Media During Northern Illinois Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
BOBCAT BLACKOUT: @OhioFootball Hosts Northern Illinois Nov. 18
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio volleyball takes aim at perfect mark
(Athens Messenger)
Tattoos Hold Special Significance For Ohio Football Players
(WOUB)
Bobcats Aim For Statement Win On Senior Night
(WOUB)
After 9-game stretch, Ohio benefits from rest
(Athens News)
More rest means more prep for NIU
(The Post)
Bowling Green clinches MAC East title with 30-20 win over Kent State
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
BGSU tops Kent State 30-20
(Toledo Blade)
Wagner: MAC having better year than most think
(Toledo Blade)
BGSU's Colvin battling rare heart condition
(Toledo Blade)
Rockets donít want pity after loss at N. Illinois
(Toledo Blade)
Piotrowicz: Don't blame Campbell
(Toledo Blade)
5 things to watch: WMU football begins Michigan MAC chase, looks to contain EMU playmakers
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football quick hits: Minutemen down Ball State 24-10 in MACtion showdown
(The Springfield Republican)
If Blake Frohnapfel is out, UMass wideout Tajae Sharpe says replacing him is 'going to be a team effort'
(The Springfield Republican)
Extra Points: Daniel, Taylor got UBís ground game in gear
(Buffalo News)
Ball State football loses 24-10 at UMass
(Muncie Star Press)

Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Ohio Men's Basketball: Forwards Preview
(WOUB)
Akron Zips drop fourth straight, losing to Buffalo Bulls, 55-24
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State football 'aching' to play the Bowling Green Falcons
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
BG lineman honors lost loved ones
(Toledo Blade)
BGSU preview capsule: 11-12
(Toledo Blade)
Kent State basketball: With added size, Flashes hope to send seniors out on high note
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Ailing Rockets falter at Northern Illinois
(Toledo Blade)
More brown, less green: WMU's P.J. Fleck set on building a 'Bronco neighborhood' in Kalamazoo
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
See how WMU football can win the MAC West title after Northern Illinois' win over Toledo
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football vs. Ball State: Minutemen ready to make their MACtion debut after long layoff
(The Springfield Republican)
Cards linebacker Sean Wiggins finally gets a shot
(Muncie Star Press)
Bulls batter Zips, 55-24
(Buffalo News)
UB notebook: Licata, Taylor both set career milestones
(Buffalo News)

Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Bobcats trying to smooth out offense
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio Football: Two Teammates' Strong Bond
(WOUB)
Akron Zips off to face Buffalo Bulls looking to get back on track
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Five MAC teams bowl eligible; Toledo looks to get past powerhouse Northern Illinois
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Quarterback depth tested for Rockets
(Toledo Blade)
UT preview capsule: 11-11
(Toledo Blade)
WMU football kicker Andrew Haldeman on a roll after missed PAT in Toledo loss left him 'devastated'
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
EMU football coach hopes Eagles can create same energy, momentum Western Michigan is riding into rivalry game
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass linebacker Kassan Messiah to miss Ball State game; Jovan Santos-Knox will play
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football recruiting: Arizona quarterback James Soinski commits to Minutemen
(The Springfield Republican)
EMU football coach Chris Creighton on final three games: ďWe are far from doneĒ
(Ann Arbor News)
EMU quarterback Reginald Bell going through concussion protocols, waiting for final clearance
(Ann Arbor News)
Ball State menís basketball roster rundown
(Muncie Star Press)
BSU menís basketball features uneven roster
(Muncie Star Press)
Football preview: Ball State at UMass
(Muncie Star Press)
Ball State Know the Foe: UMass
(Muncie Star Press)
Akronís big strides envy of UB fans
(Buffalo News)

Monday, November 10, 2014
@OhioMensBball Emerges Victorious In Phillips' Debut
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Yazdani Earns CFPA Placekicker of the Week Honorable Mention
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
WMU men's basketball bench shows depth, readiness to contribute in Broncos' exhibition wins
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
BSU football safety Martez Hester fights back
(Muncie Star Press)

Sunday, November 09, 2014
@OhioMensBball Knocks Off Marietta
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio holds off Marietta, 82-69, in exhibition
(Athens Messenger)
Saul Ball Begins With 82-69 Exhibition Victory Over Marietta College
(WOUB)
10 takeaways from Ohio's exhibition victory against Marietta
(The Post)
Rocky start but fine finish in Ohio menís opener
(Athens News)
UT bounces Findlay in exhibition
(Toledo Blade)
WMU football defensive line has been 'great' as one of Broncos' most-improved position groups
(Kalamazoo Gazette)

Saturday, November 08, 2014
@OhioMensBball Opens 'Saul Ball' Against Marietta
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Seven Men's and Women's Basketball Games to Air Nationally
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio squares off with Pioneers in exhibition
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio Men's Basketball: Exhibition Game Preview
(WOUB)
Kent State basketball sheds last season for the return to a familiar blueprint
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips injured, but ready for start of the college basketball season
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Falcons hoops teams roll
(Toledo Blade)
BGSU wins exhibition contest
(Toledo Blade)
Lembo presser: Injuries not too serious
(Muncie Star Press)

Friday, November 07, 2014
Basham Named to Hendricks Award Midseason Watch List
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ouellette, Yazdani Earn MAC East Weekly Honors
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Laseak Named to Capital One Academic All-District 5 Team
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ouellette closing in on special freshman season
(Athens Messenger)
Ouellette, Yazdani named MAC East Players Of The Week
(WOUB)
Though it wonít count in the record books, Saturdayís exhibition game holds a sentimental meaning
(The Post)
Pair of Bobcats named MAC East players of the week
(The Post)
Ground game takes center stage for Falcons
(Toledo Blade)
UB basketball wins exhibition opener
(Buffalo News)

Thursday, November 06, 2014
@OhioFootball Thunders Past Buffalo
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats Execute "Complete Game," Beat Buffalo
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats bully Buffalo, 37-14
(Athens Messenger)
Refreshed Bobcats Dominate Buffalo At Home 37-14
(WOUB)
'Cats commanding in home win over Buffalo
(Athens News)
For the Bobcats, Ndourís strengths are key on court
(Athens News)
UB mauled by Ohio in meltdown
(Buffalo News)
UB notebook: Bulls make changes to buttress defensive front
(Buffalo News)
Ohio Tips Off Basketball Season With Bobcat Madness
(WOUB)
BG defense comes back to lead team
(Toledo Blade)
End Zone: Bowling Green 11-6
(Toledo Blade)
UT injuries keep coming
(Toledo Blade)
End Zone: Toledo 11-6
(Toledo Blade)
MAC bowl picture becoming clear, WMU's projected matchup varies from media outlets
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass quarterback Blake Frohnapfel rested and ready to go thanks to extended bye week
(The Springfield Republican)
Ball State falls 35-21 at home to Northern Illinois
(Muncie Star Press)

Wednesday, November 05, 2014
Bobcats battle Bulls in midweek showdown
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio prepped after long break
(The Post)
Staff Picks: The outcome of Ohio vs. Buffalo
(The Post)
Strong team bonds should lead to success
(The Post)
Struggling UB, Ohio both living on the edge
(Buffalo News)
Ohio Football Looks To Buck November Woes
(WOUB)
Kent State falls, 30-20, as Toledo becomes bowl eligible
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips turn over another victory, this one to Bowling Green, 27-10.
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
BGSU powers past Akron 27-10
(Toledo Blade)
Johnson happier on the sidelines than at home
(Toledo Blade)
Toledo 30, Kent State 20: Flashes rally but canít overcome big deficit in loss to Rockets
(Akron Beacon Journal)
UT tops Kent to stay perfect in MAC
(Toledo Blade)
UTís Brown on early list for top guard
(Toledo Blade)
MACtion time for Ball State football
(Muncie Star Press)
Loss of Davis leaves BSU basketball terribly young
(Muncie Star Press)

Tuesday, November 04, 2014
Midweek football returns for the MAC
(Athens Messenger)
Clear head, clean shot
(Athens Messenger)
MAC Notebook: Big losses give way to big games in odd week for MAC
(The Post)
Bobcat wideout catches national attention
(The Post)
MAC Football begins midweek TV action this week in Northeast Ohio
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips look to rise to the occasion in first-place showdown vs. Bowling Green
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kareem Hunt looks for a homecoming when Toledo plays Kent State on Tuesday night
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Falcons eye win over Zips for 2-game lead
(Toledo Blade)
UT, BGSU preview capsules
(Toledo Blade)
WMU basketball guard David Brown finds motivation in University Arena rafters for sixth and final season
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass talking points: Mark Whipple on recruiting, the Minutemen's MACtion debut
(The Springfield Republican)
Football Preview: Ball State vs. NIU
(Muncie Star Press)
UB linebacker is a walk-on with Division I talent
(Buffalo News)

Monday, November 03, 2014
Battered Bobcats look to claw back
(Athens News)
BGís Martin settling into his new position
(Toledo Blade)
Western Michigan freshman Jarvion Franklin becomes country's second-leading rusher, closes in on school, MAC records
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass quarterback Blake Frohnapfel has outside shot to lead nation in passing after injury to Washington State's Connor Halliday
(The Springfield Republican)
BSU football: Clubbing up isn't just a golf phrase
(Muncie Star Press)

Sunday, November 02, 2014
Bobcats hold 'secret' scrimmage
(Athens Messenger)
Bulls seek strong finish in 2014
(Athens Messenger)
Western Michigan 41, Miami 10: Broncos dominate to become bowl eligible for first time since 2011
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
From B to B: WMU football coach proud of Broncos' bowl eligibility after 'toilet bowl' 2013 season
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Head injury limits EMU starting quarterback Reginald Bell to cameo appearance Saturday
(Ann Arbor News)
Central Michigan 38, Eastern Michigan 7: Disastrous first half dooms Eagles in loss to in-state rival
(Ann Arbor News)
Domination at The Factory: Central Michigan steamrolls Eastern Michigan
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)

Saturday, November 01, 2014
Western Michigan looks to stay in MAC title chase at Miami
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kyle Pohl back as starting QB for the Akron Zips
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips football: Turnovers have been team's undoing
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Roberts shows Rockets how good he can be
(Toledo Blade)
WMU basketball senior Austin Richie looks to boost offensive, defensive output as Broncos' most improved player
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Ball State presser: MACtion is upon us
(Muncie Star Press)
RedHawks set to face surprising Broncos
(Hamilton Journal-News)



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