Big Gift for Bowling Green -- The Blade ~ Toledo Ohio
BOWLING GREEN — The Bowling Green State University athletics department has scheduled a news conference for Wednesday evening to announce the single largest gift in BGSU's history.
Ohio.com - Flashes fueled by Guyton's return
Kent State's consistent go-to man is undoubtedly junior forward Justin Greene. But to really measure the impact that one player has had on the team, consider what the return of junior guard Carlton Guyton means to the Golden Flashes.
Bubble Watch full of Big 12 surprises; San Diego State a No. 1? - Andy Glockner - SI.com
If bracket life were 100 percent objective, San Diego State would be a No. 1 seed this week. Losses by Duke and Syracuse caused a thorough re-evaluation of the top two seed lines and yielded some fairly interesting results. The chart to the right lists the 1-seed candidates in RPI order.
Rivals.com College Football - MAC: A good year, bright future
And the future is bright, as 11 of the 13 MAC programs started either a freshman or sophomore at quarterback. Ohio senior Boo Jackson and Northern Illinois junior Chandler Harnish were the exceptions. Despite that youth under center, the MAC still had six teams that were bowl eligible and five programs that won at least eight games, the first time that has happened since 2003.
Golabek Wins Weekly MAC Honor - Buffalo Athletics
University at Buffalo men's track and field athlete Rob Golabek was named the Mid-American Conference's Men's Field Athlete of the Week. The league announced their weekly award winners from its Cleveland headquarters late Tuesday.
Bulls Fall Short Against Defending MAC Champions, 72-61 - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo women's basketball team knocked down four more shots and had three fewer turnover, but it wasn't enough to knock out the six-time defending MAC Champions as Bowling Green defeated Buffalo, 72-61, Tuesday night at Alumni Arena. The loss evens UB's record to 9-9 on the season and 2-3 in the MAC.
MAC Basketball Update - MAC Basketball Weeknight Preview
Keys to the game: The biggest is Kent’s Greene. He won the MAC Player of the Week award last week after averaging 17.5 points and 5.5 rebounds. Greene sits in the top five of the MAC in scoring, rebounding and blocked shots, so the Bulls will have a lot to contest. Junior Michael Watt will have to do what he can to stymie Greene. Zach Filzen leads the Bulls in scoring, averaging 14.5 PPG, but has scored just 11 total in the past two.