Week 4 #MACtion record: 5-7
Bye Week: Buffalo
Conference Wins: Ball State, Toledo
Conference Losses: Eastern Michigan, Central Michigan
Austin Peay 0 Ohio 38- Tyler Tettleton went 13 of 15 for 213 yards and three touchdowns as Ohio had no problem disposing of the Governers in the Bobcats first shutout since 2004.
Vanderbilt 24 UMASS 7- The Minutemen did their best to keep it close, trailing by only three entering the fourth before two Vandy touchdowns put the game away for good.
Toledo 38 Central Michigan 17- David Fluellen had 197 yards rushing and two touchdowns as he helped guide the Rockets to a win in their first conference game of the season.
Western Michigan 3 Iowa 59- The Hawkeyes manhandled the Broncos as Western Michigan falls to 0-4.
Ball State 51 Eastern Michigan 20- Ball State recovered after their painful loss against North Texas with a strong showing in their conference opener, easily taking down Eastern Michigan.
Murray State 7 Bowling Green 48- The Bowling Green offense dominated, passing for 378 yards and rushing for 282 yards on their way to an easy victory over the Racers.
Louisiana Lafayette 35 Akron 30- The Zips keep on competing but just can't come away with wins. Kyle Pohl threw for 321 yards and three touchdowns but it wasn't enough for an Akron win.
Eastern Illinois 39 Northern Illinois 43- After conceding an early 20-0 lead to the Panthers, Northern Illinois finally woke up and returned to form, scoring the games next 30 points to take a 30-20 lead. The game was back and forth as both offenses dominated.
Kent State 0 Penn State 34- The Golden Flashes offense really struggled once again as they couldn't get anything going the entire night. On a side note, for St. Francis star Akeel Lynch ran for 123 yards on 14 carries for the Nittany Lions.
Cincinnati 14 Miami (Ohio) 0- Miami's defense came out to play but the Redhawks offense didn't realize they were supposed to show up. Miami totaled 87 yards for the entire contest as they fall to 0-3 on the season.