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Friday, October 31, 2014
@OhioFootball Hosts Buffalo Nov. 5
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Solich Addresses the Media During Buffalo Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Vick reclaims starting QB role
(Athens Messenger)
Solich Announces Vick As Starter
(WOUB)
Bobcats use time off to get healthy, confident
(The Post)
Bowl opportunities still in play for many MAC football teams
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Western Michigan vs. Miami: David Drew makes his prediction for Broncos' final MAC crossover game
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
BG not anticipating ‘hangover’
(Toledo Blade)
UB football focuses on the possibilities
(Buffalo News)
BSU player’s journey: Emergency option to starter
(Muncie Star Press)

Thursday, October 30, 2014
UMass athletic director John McCutcheon pleased with 1st-year football improvements under Mark Whipple: 'We're really positioned for future success'
(The Springfield Republican)
Dynamic WMU football offense, freshman star Jarvion Franklin powered by much-improved offensive line
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
5 things to watch: Western Michigan must contain Miami QB Andrew Hendrix, stay disciplined
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Kamieniecki returns for Ball State
(Muncie Star Press)
Ex-Central star Davis to miss 8-10 weeks for BSU
(Muncie Star Press)
BG break a blessing for Babers family
(Toledo Blade)
End Zone: Bowling Green 10-30
(Toledo Blade)
End Zone: Toledo 10-30
(Toledo Blade)

Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Ohio's Young Linebackers Show Promise
(WOUB)
Bobcats picked second in preseason poll
(Athens Messenger)
Kent State basketball: Golden Flashes looking to the inside for change this season
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Mid-American Conference: League will support 'cost of attendance' measure
(Akron Beacon Journal)
WMU men's basketball freshman Thomas Wilder brings 'true' point guard mentality to Broncos
(Kalamazoo Gazette)

Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Bonnstetter Named MAC East Special Teams Player of the Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Thomas embracing role, opportunity with Ohio
(Athens Messenger)
@OhioMensBball Picked Second In MAC East
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Dan Peters, popular assistant basketball coach with the Akron Zips, loses battle with cancer
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State football looks to end the season strong
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
What suddenly ails Akron Zips after two straight MAC losses
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
UT out to prove they belong
(Toledo Blade)
Toledo loss the latest example Minutemen aren't among the MAC elite yet – but they will be in 2015
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football bye week: Mark Whipple not worried about 16-day layoff before Ball State
(The Springfield Republican)
Second win a ‘confidence boost’ for RedHawks
(Hamilton Journal-News)
Roethlisberger donates $1 million to Miami athletics
(Hamilton Journal-News)

Monday, October 27, 2014
David Drew grades Western Michigan's performance in win over Ohio
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Bobcats fall to Broncos, tumble below .500
(The Post)
Nate Schneider: Add Titus Davis' name to list of Central Michigan football all-time greats
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
Kareem Hunt returns and keeps Toledo rolling - MAC Football 2014
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Rockets’ defense stands tall
(Toledo Blade)
NIU football's run game critical to rest of season
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Mark Whipple's decisions are controversial, but he has made UMass football relevant
(The Springfield Republican)
BSU Football Notebook: Many empty seats
(Muncie Star Press)

Sunday, October 26, 2014
@OhioFootball Drops Contest at Western Michigan
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Busted!
(Athens Messenger)
Western Michigan 42, Ohio 21: Broncos dominate Bobcats for third consecutive win
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Western Michigan's Jarvion Franklin becomes second freshman in program history to rush for 1,000 yards
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Bobcats beaten by Broncos’ stable of stud players
(Athens News)
Bobcats lose early momentum, game to Broncos
(The Post)
Titus Davis breaks Central Michigan career receiving touchdowns record with game-winning score as Chippewas clip Buffalo on road
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
Kent State rally falls short in 10-3 loss to Miami RedHawks
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips fall apart in the second half and lose to Ball State, 35-21
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Miami 10, Kent State 3: Flashes fall in low-scoring game
(Akron Beacon Journal)
UT good enough to get past UMass
(Toledo Blade)
UT defense makes stand when needed
(Toledo Blade)
Even with injured ankle, Hunt rolls over UMass
(Toledo Blade)
Kareem Hunt lives up to the hype: Toledo back gashes UMass for 198 yards in first game back from injury
(The Springfield Republican)
Coach Mark Whipple on decision to let Toledo score late in UMass football loss: 'I thought that was the only chance we had to win'
(The Springfield Republican)
Freshman quarterback Reginald Bell a reason to watch EMU on Saturdays
(Ann Arbor News)
Northern Illinois 28, Eastern Michigan 17: Upset-minded Eagles fall short in fourth quarter
(Ann Arbor News)
Bulls find no where to run
(Buffalo News)
UB notebook: Redden makes statement with defensive plays
(Buffalo News)
White looking down road when he let Quinn go
(Buffalo News)
Ball State rallies past Akron 35-21
(Muncie Star Press)

Saturday, October 25, 2014
'Bobcat Madness' Coming To Athens
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio Athletics Promotes Bolon To Assistant Athletic Director
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats hoping offense clicks at WMU
(Athens Messenger)
It's Gameday! Western Michigan hosts Ohio looking for third consecutive win
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Ohio football beat writer says WMU can benefit from fast start against young Bobcats
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Receivers Excel With Quarterback Changes
(WOUB)
Toledo looks to stay undefeated in Mid-American Conference football
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State looks for second win of the season on the road at Miami
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips have tough travel date at Ball State to keep division title hopes alive
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State football: Flashes hope improving offense leads to another victory
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Thanks to passing attack, UMass carries confidence into Toledo
(Toledo Blade)
UMass football vs. Toledo: Stakes raised for streaking Minutemen against MAC West leaders
(The Springfield Republican)
Toledo running back Kareem Hunt expected to suit up against UMass Saturday
(The Springfield Republican)
Wood sees Bulls coming out focused, strong
(Buffalo News)
Ball State Know the Foe: Akron
(Muncie Star Press)
Ball State to face staunch Akron defense
(Muncie Star Press)

Friday, October 24, 2014
General News. Ohio Athletics Welcomes Four To Hall of Fame
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Confidence men
(Athens Messenger)
The Bobcats will hit the road to play Western Michigan and look to win their second straight MAC game
(The Post)
@ThePostSports staffers try to predict Saturday's game between Ohio and Western Michigan
(The Post)
Western Michigan vs. Ohio: David Drew makes his prediction for Broncos' homecoming game
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
SportsBeat: Interview With Treg Setty, Stevie Taylor
(WOUB)
Falcon's players adapting to new coach
(Toledo Blade)
Ball State-Akron football preview
(Muncie Star Press)
UB run defense out of options, must improve
(Buffalo News)
Chippewas’ Rawls sentenced, but will play
(Buffalo News)

Thursday, October 23, 2014
Doubling down
(Athens Messenger)
5 things to watch: Western Michigan needs to start fast against Ohio, be ready for surprises
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
David Drew: A year later, WMU football team is winning and worth watching
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Bobcat kicker places faith between the uprights
(Athens News)
Tettleton now shines off field
(The Post)
20 Questions with Antwan Crutcher
(The Post)
QB Kyle Pohl back for Akron Zips, but coach Terry Bowden unsure of starter vs. Ball State
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
End Zone: Bowling Green 10-23
(Toledo Blade)
End Zone: Toledo 10-23
(Toledo Blade)
Football player decommits from UT
(Toledo Blade)
Mark Whipple discusses UMass football's evolving offense: 'You want to challenge them, but you don't want to overload them'
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football recruiting: New York running back Marquis Young verbally commits to Minutemen
(The Springfield Republican)
BSU coach Morrison brings calming presence on sideline
(Muncie Star Press)

Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Troy Mangen continues family legacy at Ohio
(The Post)
WMU football linebacker corps overcoming injuries, making plays for improving defense
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Mid-American Conference East Division football teams get mid-term grades
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State quarterback Colin Reardon gaining respect around the MAC
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Mid-American Conference lines up a potential eighth football bowl opportunity
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
BG’s break not an envious situation
(Toledo Blade)
Akron Zips football: Kyle Pohl back at practice, but will he start?
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Wins – and pressure – mounting for UMass football team that has finally started to figure it out
(The Springfield Republican)
I ranked them so you don't have to: UMass football's 2nd straight win propels them up the board, a little
(The Springfield Republican)
UB’s quest for ‘right’ coach faces hurdles
(Buffalo News)
UB notebook: Orgeron gives players food for thought
(Buffalo News)
BSU's Kelly breaks down DE Posley
(Muncie Star Press)
Edwards has heavy load for BSU football
(Muncie Star Press)

Tuesday, October 21, 2014
@OhioFootball Travels to Western Michigan this Saturday
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Yazdani Named MAC East Special Teams Player of the Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Solich Addresses the Media During Western Michigan Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
MAC Announces Backup Deal with Detroit Based Quick Lane Bowl
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Youthful WMU coach respects Solich
(Athens Messenger)
Battle for starting quarterback job continues
(The Post)
Mid-American Conference football teams grade out with the stretch run ahead
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Toledo tailback Kareem Hunt still a question mark with ankle injury
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State football: Coach Paul Haynes cautions players to ‘move on’ after team’s first win of the season
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Bye week pays off for 1st-place UT
(Toledo Blade)
WMU football linebacker corps overcoming injuries, making plays for improving defense
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass talking points: Mark Whipple on J.T. Blyden's injury situation, Logan Laurent's PAT troubles
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football stock watch: Three up, three down from the Minutemen's win over Eastern Michigan
(The Springfield Republican)
Hendrix a pleasant surprise for Miami
(Hamilton Journal-News)

Monday, October 20, 2014
Bobcats start fast, force turnovers in beating Akron
(Athens News)
Losing streaks snapped around the Mid-American Conference
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
WMU football team an 11-point favorite to beat Ohio
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football coach Mark Whipple pleased with recent running game, defensive progress
(The Springfield Republican)
Jovan Santos-Knox: UMass offense is so good these days, the defense wants to watch
(The Springfield Republican)
Cards' PG Turner taking step in 2nd year
(Muncie Star Press)

Sunday, October 19, 2014
@OhioFootball Edges Akron
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Defense Fixes Slow Starts, Forces Turnovers
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio-Akron Postgame Notes
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats extend run on Zips, win 23-20
(Athens Messenger)
Bass Becomes Hero As Ohio Defeats Akron 23-20
(WOUB)
Ohio wins turnover battle to edge Akron
(Athens News)
Akron Zips out of sync, offensively and defensively, in 23-20 loss to Ohio University
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
UA falls to the Ohio Bobcats 23-20
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Bobcats defeat Zips for seventh straight meeting
(The Post)
Good vibes gone: Central Michigan stunned at home on 55-yard field goal by Ball State's Scott Secor
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
Kent State savors first win of the season
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
BG offense falls flat in home loss
(Toledo Blade)
Kent State 39, Army 17: Colin Reardon leads Flashes past Cadets for first win of season
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Rockets have options to stockpile recruits
(Toledo Blade)
WMU football defense does 'amazing' job of containing Bowling Green's explosive offense in Broncos' 26-14 win
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
WMU football receiver Darius Phillips an 'X-factor' in victory at Bowling Green, scores winning TD
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
X-factor to non-factor: UMass defense negates dynamic Eastern Michigan quarterback Reggie Bell
(The Springfield Republican)
Four-touchdown special: Former walk-on Shadrach Abrokwah powers UMass football with career day
(The Springfield Republican)
Massachusetts 36, Eastern Michigan 14: Blake Frohnapfel and Shadrach Abrokwah rip Eagles’ defense apart Saturday
(Ann Arbor News)
Miami falls to Northern Illinois
(Hamilton Journal-News)
Huskies run over RedHawks
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)

Saturday, October 18, 2014
Bobcats want execution against Akron
(Athens Messenger)
Akron Zips football: Five keys for UA to beat the Ohio Bobcats
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Akron Zips look to keep MAC title hopes alive at Ohio University
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Preview: Ohio Football Takes On Akron
(WOUB)
Saul Phillips On Ohio's Expectations
(WOUB)
Ohio Football: The Frank Solich Legacy
(WOUB)
Quietly, Smith Emerges as Top Target
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bowling Green looks to hold back improving Western Michigan - MAC Football preview
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State looks for first 2014 victory for homecoming against Army
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
WMU a horse of a different color
(Toledo Blade)
How to stop Reggie Bell Jr.: UMass defenders break down the keys to containing Eastern Michigan's quarterback
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass running back Lorenzo Woodley hoping for consistency, health coming off latest breakout performance
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football vs. Eastern Michigan: Improving Minutemen look for 1st FBS winning streak
(The Springfield Republican)
WMU football freshman Robert Spillane a tough 'throwback' linebacker who finds inspiration from Heisman-winning grandpa
(Kalamazoo Gazette)

Friday, October 17, 2014
@OhioMensBball Announces Non-Conference Tip Times
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Transition period a non-starter for Bobcats
(Athens Messenger)
Podcast: Akron/Ohio preview - Can the Zips beat the Bobcats?
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Akron Zips QB Kyle Pohl ruled out for Saturday's game at Ohio University
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Ohio hopes for rebound vs. Akron
(The Post)
Akron Zips will play Nebraska Cornhuskers in football in 2018; Kent State at Alabama in 2016
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Ex-BG coach a hit with Rocket fans
(Toledo Blade)
Efforts paying off for Falcons’ Schwieterman
(Toledo Blade)
BSU Football Preview: Ball State vs. Central Michigan
(Muncie Star Press)
Poor recruiting was Quinn’s undoing
(Buffalo News)

Thursday, October 16, 2014
Zips get defensive in transformation
(Athens Messenger)
Akron Zips still unsure if QB Kyle Pohl can play against Ohio University
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Q&A with Saul Phillips
(The Post)
20 questions with Mike Lucas
(The Post)
Athens standout could evolve from Bulldog to Bobcat
(The Post)
End Zone: Bowling Green 10-16
(Toledo Blade)
Falcons growing stronger on defense
(Toledo Blade)
UT coach expects injury won’t sideline left guard
(Toledo Blade)
End Zone: Toledo 10-16
(Toledo Blade)
UMass football planning to redshirt former starting quarterback A.J. Doyle
(The Springfield Republican)
BSU’s Milas not resting on strong first start
(Muncie Star Press)
UB players clear the air after coaching change
(Buffalo News)

Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Penalties and BG sacks sink Ohio
(Athens News)
Akron's Terry Bowden is turning the Zips into a MAC contender in his third season -- Terry Pluto
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips freshman Jerome Lane will play wherever he's needed
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
NIU football coach: Miami tougher than record
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
5 things to watch: WMU football will need to protect the ball, win field position against Bowling Green
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
WMU men's basketball coach says long trips in non-conference play not ideal but there are benefits
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Ball State picks up commitment from Pike's Teague
(Muncie Star Press)
Ayers’ season a work in progress for Cardinals
(Muncie Star Press)
Lembo impressed with Milas, previews CMU
(Muncie Star Press)
White’s next task: Define direction of UB’s program
(Buffalo News)
UB’s White will aim high for Quinn’s replacement
(Buffalo News)

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Solich Addresses the Media During Akron Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
@OhioFootball Hosts Akron Saturday Afternoon
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Flags an abnormally large factor vs. BG
(Athens Messenger)
WMU football homecoming game vs. Ohio on Oct. 25 set for 2 p.m. start
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Ohio recaps after loss against Bowling Green during Homecoming
(The Post)
MAC football teams making steps toward titles and bowl games
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Parity makes interesting MAC races
(Toledo Blade)
Winless Kent State football team looking inward before hosting Army Saturday
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Off week comes at good time for Rockets to rest and recover
(Toledo Blade)
WMU men's basketball freshman center Khadim Dieng has broken hand, could be out 6 weeks
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Blake Frohnapfel by the numbers: A look at the UMass quarterback's breakout season
(The Springfield Republican)
Logan Laurent steps up in field-goal battle: Is the back-up punter UMass football's answer at kicker?
(The Springfield Republican)
Losses in passing game costly for RedHawks
(Hamilton Journal-News)
UB football calls audible, fires coach Quinn
(Buffalo News)
Winless Kent State football team looking inward before hosting Army Saturday
(Akron Beacon Journal)

Monday, October 13, 2014
Bobcats still stumble in spite of JD Sprague’s improvement
(The Post)
Toledo freshman making his mark
(Toledo Blade)
Five takeaways from UMass football's win at Kent State: A long streak is snapped, Blake Frohnapfel survives scary hit
(The Springfield Republican)

Sunday, October 12, 2014
@OhioFootball Dealt Defeat By Bowling Green
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio-Bowling Green Postgame Notes
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats fall to Falcons, 31-13
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio, finally, honors Mike Schmidt
(Athens Messenger)
Bobcats force Falcons to air; penalties prove costly
(Toledo Blade)
Defense spurs Falcons in win
(Toledo Blade)
Bobcats tamed by air assault of Falcons
(Athens News)
'Cats can't claw back from early hole
(Athens News)
Bobcats Fall Despite Strong Numbers
(WOUB)
Bobcats fail to end drives with points, lose Homecoming Game
(The Post)
Kent State falls to UMass, 40-17, to remain winless
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips sack Miami Redhawks, 29-19, for third straight win
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Rockets falter late in loss
(Toledo Blade)
UT can’t stop Richardson’s air show
(Toledo Blade)
Ringing the Bell: EMU freshman quarterback answers call in record-setting win over Buffalo
(Ann Arbor News)
Eastern Michigan 37, Buffalo 27: Eagles soar in dominant second half performance for first MAC win
(Ann Arbor News)
Ball State falls 42-38 to Western Michigan
(Muncie Star Press)
Miami falls to Akron
(Hamilton Journal-News)
Bulls ambushed in upset
(Buffalo News)
Bulls lament points that got away
(Buffalo News)

Saturday, October 11, 2014
Bobcats Ready to Bounce Back Against Falcons
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio facing Bowling Green in must-win scenario
(Athens Messenger)
Falcons, Bobcats look past injuries
(Toledo Blade)
Northern Illinois facing tough test from Central Michigan: MAC Football weekend preview
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State expected to start a freshman quarterback against UMass
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips defense facing test from Miami RedHawks and QB Andrew Hendrix
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Kent State football team must overcome injuries to top two quarterbacks as it seeks first win against Massachusetts
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Akron football: Balanced offense might unlock a victory for Zips
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Rockets say record deceives when evaluating Iowa State
(Toledo Blade)
UMass football vs. Kent State: Quarterback questions linger over Minutemen's latest MAC road trip
(The Springfield Republican)
Ball State to honor 1989 team at Saturday’s game
(Muncie Star Press)
Miami vs. Akron preview
(Hamilton Journal-News)
RedHawks look to build on first win
(Hamilton Journal-News)
UB’s Taylor casts light on running technique
(Buffalo News)
UB notebook Eastern Michigan QB has big-time program roots
(Buffalo News)

Friday, October 10, 2014
Ndour returns with confidence
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio Football Notebook: Depth Tested As Injuries Pile Up
(WOUB)
’Cats seeking revenge against high-octane Falcons offense
(The Post)
Former transfers lead Bobcats into season
(The Post)
UT’s Rosenbauer finds success with InSourc
(Toledo Blade)
Akron Zips football: Five keys to beat the Miami RedHawks
(Akron Beacon Journal)
5 things to watch: Western Michigan vs. Ball State could be another MAC West football thriller
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football midseason report: Five players to watch in the Minutemen's second half
(The Springfield Republican)
EMU football team adds new helmet design to rotation, equipment staff discusses fresh look
(Ann Arbor News)
BSU preview: Cardinals vs. Western Michigan
(Muncie Star Press)
No cause for concern with UB’s place-kicker
(Buffalo News)
Bulls used to treading on different turf
(Buffalo News)

Thursday, October 09, 2014
Falcons’ offense leading the way
(Athens Messenger)
Babers feels Bowling Green is improving game by game
(Toledo Blade)
End Zone: Bowling Green 10-9
(Toledo Blade)
Tim Edmond makes every carry count for ’Cats
(Athens News)
Kristoff leads both in secondary and school
(The Post)
Concussions problematic at collegiate level
(The Post)
20 Questions With Robbie Walker
(The Post)
Akron Zips defense shines in the fall after summer preparation
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
End Zone: Toledo 10-9
(Toledo Blade)
Kent State men’s basketball team looks to take advantage of a versatile roster
(Akron Beacon Journal)
WMU men's basketball announces non-conference schedule to complete 2014-15 slate
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football injury report: Trey Dudley-Giles, Rodney Mills expected back at practice; J.T. Blyden questionable for Saturday
(The Springfield Republican)
MAC football power rankings: Northern Illinois clings to top spot, UMass drops after close loss
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football stock watch: Three up, three down from the Minutemen's loss to Miami (OH)
(The Springfield Republican)
Hardin named BSU interim AD, search committee named
(Muncie Star Press)

Wednesday, October 08, 2014
Winless Kent State keeps pushing ahead in trying season
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Former Kent State men's basketball coach Stan Heath joins ESPNU
(Ravenna Record-Courier)
Rockets expect MAC title as practice starts
(Toledo Blade)
Carey: Beebe cleared for NIU football practice
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Huskies look to contain CMU stars
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
WMU football players 'did nothing wrong' in Idaho locker room postgame celebration, coach says
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Milas set to start ahead of Mann at QB for BSU
(Muncie Star Press)
UB’s pass rush feels the loss of Mack
(Buffalo News)

Tuesday, October 07, 2014
Solich Addresses the Media During Bowling Green Week
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
@OhioFootball Hosts Bowling Green Saturday Afternoon
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats sorting through injuries
(Athens Messenger)
Ohio forced to perform quick turnaround during Homecoming Week
(The Post)
MAC numbers impressive for Bowling Green and Toledo - MAC football 2014
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Falcons starting to turn corner on defense
(Toledo Blade)
UT not looking too far ahead
(Toledo Blade)
Emails, photos detail damage caused by WMU football team in Idaho visiting locker room
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
WMU men's basketball team endures same military-style training that helped propel Broncos to MAC championship
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football vs. Kent State: Injuries to Golden Flashes starting quarterback Colin Reardon, back-up Nathan Strock leave both doubtful for Saturday
(The Springfield Republican)

Monday, October 06, 2014
Phillips leads first practice of 2014-15 season
(The Post)
FINAL: Central Michigan 28, Ohio 10 (Arkley Blog Recap)
(Athens Messenger)
Defense rules as Akron Zips get first MAC win; Toledo 3-0 in MAC play
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Woodside delivers for Rockets
(Toledo Blade)
NIU quarterback situation remains muddled
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Carifio: Huskies have no definite identity
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Ball State football team a 3-point favorite to beat Western Michigan
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Linebacker Jovan Santos-Knox says UMass football's latest loss is the worst of the season 'by far'
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass quarterback Blake Frohnapfel frustrated, but not ready to let season spiral out of control
(The Springfield Republican)
Former BSU star enjoys post-football life in radio
(Muncie Star Press)

Sunday, October 05, 2014
@OhioFootball Falls to Central Michigan
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio - Central Michigan Postgame Notes
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats bomb in Mount Pleasant
(Athens Messenger)
Phillips eager for start of practice
(Athens Messenger)
Chippewa Ground Game Too Much For Ohio
(WOUB)
Bobcat offense sputters in 28-10 MAC loss
(Athens News)
Showtime is back: Titus Davis, Thomas Rawls put in dominant performances for Central Michigan in homecoming win over Ohio
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
Akron Zips win again, topping Eastern Michigan for homecoming
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Falcons score late, hold off Bulls 36-35
(Toledo Blade)
Moore a major reason Falcons get win
(Toledo Blade)
Northern Illinois 17, Kent State 14: Late drive, missed field goal leave Flashes short
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Akron 31, Eastern Michigan 6: Zips overcome slow start to dominate MAC opener
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Toledo 20, Western Michigan 19 (OT): Missed extra point dooms Broncos in MAC opener
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
WMU football team, QB Zach Terrell 'Bronco tough' in disappointing OT loss to Toledo
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
WMU football coach stands by kicker Andrew Haldeman after 3 failed kicks in Toledo loss
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football passes up game-winning field goal for failed touchdown attempt in 42-41 collapse at Miami (OH)
(The Springfield Republican)
Five takeaways from UMass football's loss at Miami (OH): Kicking issues a major roadblock
(The Springfield Republican)
Akron 31, Eastern Michigan 6: Promising start vanishes as Eagles drop fourth straight
(Ann Arbor News)
Ohio falls to Central Michigan, struggles offensively
(The Post)
Miami snaps nation’s longest losing streak
(Hamilton Journal-News)
Ball State drops 33-24 game to Army, losing streak at 4
(Muncie Star Press)

Saturday, October 04, 2014
Ohio to Host Bobcat Nation BBQ
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Bobcats battle Chipps for 2-0 MAC start
(Athens Messenger)
Central Michigan enters homecoming on three-game skid as it looks to reverse fortunes against Ohio
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
One MAC team to end a winless streak, and a trap game for Toledo - MAC Football 2014
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Bulls won’t be intimidated by ‘Falcon Fast’
(Toledo Blade)
Kent State football: Northern Illinois presents tough challenge as Golden Flashes return to MAC play
(Akron Beacon Journal)
University of Akron men’s basketball team opens practice looking to solve issues
(Akron Beacon Journal)
University of Akron football team can’t afford to look past Eastern Michigan
(Akron Beacon Journal)
It's Gameday! Western Michigan hosts Toledo in Broncos' MAC opener
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass football vs. Miami (OH): Pressure rises for matchup of hungry, winless teams
(The Springfield Republican)

Friday, October 03, 2014
MAC East setting up for unpredictable finish
(Athens Messenger)
Bobcats resume MAC play against an offensive test
(The Post)
Staff Picks: Ohio vs. Central Michigan
(The Post)
Cleveland State, Akron, Kent State begin basketball practice Friday
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
Akron Zips football team still searching for its identity
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Western Michigan vs. Toledo: David Drew makes his prediction for Broncos' MAC opener
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
UMass defensive coordinator Tom Masella discusses up-tempo Bowling Green offense that totaled 668 yards last week, says it's 'a different world'
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass corner Randall Jette praises struggling teammate Jackson Porter, but there's still much for the freshman to fix
(The Springfield Republican)
As UMass football seeks to reclaim its fan base, schedule won't help
(The Springfield Republican)
Preview: Ball State vs. Army
(Muncie Star Press)
Army's Bateman says inside knowledge won't help vs. BSU
(Muncie Star Press)
Tepper’s coaching wit and wisdom inspire Bulls
(Buffalo News)

Thursday, October 02, 2014
Pritzl Added To @OhioMensBball Staff
(Ohio Bobcats.com)
Ohio faces desperate CMU on Saturday
(Athens Messenger)
Bobcats hope to turn tables on turnover trouble
(Athens News)
Central Michigan punter Ron Coluzzi, kicker Brian Eavey have put special teams in solid situation
(Mt. Pleasant Morning Sun)
Started from the bottom
(The Post)
20 questions with Mitch Bonnstetter
(The Post)
Already fast, BG offense attempts to pick up pace
(Toledo Blade)
End Zone: Bowling Green 10-2
(Toledo Blade)
End Zone: Toledo 10-2
(Toledo Blade)
Aurora Christian grads fuel NIU football
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
WMU football seniors motivated to keep Toledo offense from running wild, snap losing streak
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
EMU football team sticking with Rob Bolden at quarterback, looking to build chemistry
(Ann Arbor News)
MAC football power rankings: Minutemen primed to make jump, Kent State bottoms out
(The Springfield Republican)
After breakout game last week, UMass quarterback Blake Frohnapfel looking for offense to get even better
(The Springfield Republican)

Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Akron Zips nose guard Cody Grice is no off-brand fullback in the red zone
(Cleveland Plain Dealer)
UA football: No immunity from competition for Zips players
(Akron Beacon Journal)
Jones takes pressure off Rockets' Russell
(Toledo Blade)
Kent State next for NIU after bye week
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
Scheduling puzzle takes ‘a long time’
(DeKalb Daily Chronicle)
5 things to watch: Western Michigan and Toledo offer potential for offensive shootout
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Amid Michigan controversy, WMU football coach P.J. Fleck says evaluating players' injuries is 'sensitive topic'
(Kalamazoo Gazette)
Recovering from injury, UMass linebacker Shane Huber likely to redshirt 2014 season
(The Springfield Republican)
UMass football stock watch: Three up, three down from the Minutemen's loss to Bowling Green
(The Springfield Republican)
His pass: Nash takes to new spot to help BSU
(Muncie Star Press)
Cards to face ex-DC, secondary suspensions and injuries
(Muncie Star Press)
Martinez gives UB a new threat at receiver
(Buffalo News)
UB’s blitzes help against inexperienced QBs
(Buffalo News)



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