Western Kentucky looks like the most likely winner (over Illinois), but Middle Tennessee and Florida International bring a couple upset-minded squads to Minneapolis and Bloomington.
After finishing the 2015 season ranked in the top 25, Western Kentucky cannot be overlooked heading into week two.
Vegas sees Marshall and Western Kentucky having great seasons but what about the rest of the division? We take a look at the win totals for CUSA East and make predictions on the over/under.
With few built-in advantages compared to the rest of the conference I'm not convinced the WKU job should be near the top of the league on the basis of what the last few hires have done.
With National Signing Day less than a week away and the push toward the 2016 season underway, Marshall finds itself without a running backs coach after Chris Barclay heads to the hill in Bowling...