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MAC Redemption (Football)

Miami of Ohio completes record-setting turnaround with win over Middle Tennessee in GoDaddy.com Bowl | al.com
Miami of Ohio put the finishing touches on a worst-to-first season Thursday night, pulling away to beat Middle Tennessee 35-21 in the GoDaddy.com Bowl before an estimated crowd of 38,168 at Ladd-Peebles Stadium.

Miami 35, MTSU 21: Denouement Without Explanation - Hustle Belt
It matters not in the slightest that on their 10th win, they finally scored 35 points in a game. (Their previous high, 31 against Colorado State.) So what if they got clobbered by AQ conference teams? So what if they're not considered a "great" team? They won their last six games, including two they shouldn't have, and despite their esteemed coach leaving the school (and with it, his esteem), they went the distance.

Miami Wins Go Daddy.com Bowl 35-21 - MAC-Sports.com—Official Web Site of the Mid-American Conference
Mobile, Ala. - Miami quarterback Austin Boucher threw for 289 yards and two touchdowns and running back Thomas Merriweather added 100 yards and scores on the ground to lead Miami to a 35-21 victory over Middle Tennessee Thursday night in the GoDaddy.com Bowl.

MAC Basketball

Heading Into Conference Play, Let's Reorganize The MAC Power Rankings - Hustle Belt
Also, you can make a very strong case — one that I might even notarize — that Byron Mulkey, not Mr. Silas, is the best player in the MAC, in that he's a more complete player. No, he's not even the top scorer on his team, but as the point guard he's first in assists (5.3) and steals (3.4), third in rebounds (4.6) and averaging less than two turnovers a game. That's very efficient and they don't lose possessions when he's managing the game.

Buffalo Basketball Opens Home MAC Slate With Saturday Doubleheader - Buffalo Athletics
With the start of Mid-American Conference play this Saturday for the University at Buffalo basketball teams, it's not the size of the bull in the fight; it's the size of the fight in the bull. That is the theme for a limited-edition poster giveaway featuring 6'10" forward Mitchell Watt and 5'4" guard Ashley Zuber. The first 500 fans at each game of this Saturday's UB hoops doubleheader will receive the special poster. The UB women face off against Kent State at 5pm and the men take on Bowling Green at 7pm.

NCAA Football

Penn State's Bradley likely to get Pitt job
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Multiple sources have confirmed that two candidates have interviewed for the vacant Pitt football head-coaching job since Monday -- Penn State defensive coordinator Tom Bradley and Alabama assistant head coach Sal Sunseri, and that Bradley has emerged as a leading candidate to get the job.