Miami was better than you thought last year, but turnover on offense will probably prevent the Redhawks from taking a second straight step forward under Chuck Martin.
Miami's receiving phenom had a breakout senior year, but it'll be another battle finding an professional program willing to take a chance on him.
With weeks remaining, Central Michigan refuses to go quietly and are back in the thick of the mess that is the West Division. Road trip to Detroit anyone?
Behind a superb defensive performance and a monster day from Jarvion Franklin, Western Michigan cruised to a 41-10 win in Oxford.
Western Michigan heads to Oxford to take on Miami this week, and fans are preparing for an abundance of points between these two skilled offenses.
The one-win RedHawks and Golden Flashes meet this week in Oxford in what's sure to be the best battle of one-win teams you'll see all year.
After NIU lost it's first home game since 2009 last week, the Huskies have started a new home winning streak - this time against Miami.
Behind the national-caliber play of Andrew Hendrix and David Frazier, the 'Hawks are hoping to tear through a Huskie squad that has been one of the MAC's shining beacons of hope this season.
Miami might have completed one of the greatest comebacks in program history last weekend (in what might be the best game ever played by two unbeaten teams), but now Hendrix and co. are on to face...