Martel Moore

Northern Illinois Huskies #1 - Wide Receiver

  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 183

2010: The last time Miami played in the MAC title game


Let’s jump back to 2010 and talk about a Miami RedHawks team whose path looked pretty similar to the one their next opponent took this season.

Revisiting the 2012 Orange Bowl: Northern Illinois vs. Florida State


The Huskies and Seminoles meet for the first time since the major showdown in Miami on New Year’s Day. Let’s review the events of that Orange Bowl.

Comparing the 2012 NIU Huskies and the 2016 WMU Broncos


How does this season’s boat-rowing media darlings stack up to the Jordan Lynch-era Huskies?

Dan LeFevour is a Top 10 draft pick in real life


The 2009 NFL Draft Pick has found a third chance at playing professional football, this time with the newly-formed Major League Football league as a "Franchise Player."

#16- Tommylee Lewis (WR- NIU)

After missing almost all of 2014 with an injury, arguably the MAC's most dynamic playmaker looks to make a big impact in 2015.

NIU continues to find success the hard way

The Huskies use under recruited and under appreciated prospects to build a MAC powerhouse

Painful MAC Memories: Miami Stuns NIU Late

It was a close game throughout, but a late miracle saves the RedHawks.

NIU Will Be Tough Again In 2013. Watch Out MAC


The 2013 edition of NIU football, shouldn't provide a letdown to the fans in DeKalb. They are strong in all 3 phases of the game, and Huskie Stadium is a tough place to play. Jordan Lynch and...

2013 MAC Positional Football Rankings: WRs/TEs


Time to look at the 2013 MAC football season. We're going to preview the conference unit by unit, ranking the teams one through 13 at every position and facet we can think of. Up next? The wide...

A decade of receivers


Looking back on the last 10 years of wide receivers in college football.

Know Thy Opponent 2013: Northern Illinois Huskies


Purdue plays three-straight teams that played in BCS Bowls in 2012.

A list of MAC NFL draftees, UDFAs

In addition to the seven players taken in the NFL Draft, a couple dozen more "leftovers" have reached agreements with pro teams of their choosing.