Analyzing Texas A&M: The First Two Games

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For Texas A&M the first two games have been near perfect, a neutral site victory over a ranked Arizona State 38-17 and a comfortable victory over Ball State from the MAC. After the Aggies’ home game on Saturday against Nevada they will start their SEC campaign against powerhouse programs like Arkansas, Mississippi State and Alabama. […] READ MORE


Week 2 CFP Implications: SEC Falters, BYU States its Case

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Let’s start our with what we mentioned last week, that this would be a real test week for the SEC. The non-conference lineup included a lot of teams from Group of 5 conferences, but many of them were quality teams that we should have known would push the SEC teams to their limits. Blowing them […] READ MORE


Breaking down the MAC

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In recent years the Mid-American Conference has generally been an uneven split in terms of the divisions. The MAC West has generally been stronger with the likes of Northern Illinois, Toledo and Ball State been consistently strong whilst the East has only struggled to keep up. Bowling Green was the only team in 2014 who […] READ MORE


Mizzou Topples Toledo: Homecoming For Mauk

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The Missouri Tigers quarterback had the best game of his young collegiate career on Saturday in Toledo, Ohio, just over an hour from his hometown of Kenton. Maty Mauk threw for a career best 325 yards and 5 touchdowns as the Tigers routed the Toledo Rockets 49-24. Mauk tied a school record for passing touchdowns […] READ MORE


NCAA Football: 2014 MAC West Division Preview

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2014 marks the 68th season of Mid-American Conference football, a league which has escaped the latest round of realignment relatively unscathed. ┬áIn this segment, Last Word On Sports gives you its preview of the MAC, starting with the West Division. Teams will be listed by predicted finish from first to last. NCAA Football: 2014 MAC […] READ MORE