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Mid American Conference Rankings - Wagon Wheel Edition

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W9 Team Tier Change Game Comment
1 NIU 1 0 W 63-19 at UMass Style points Galore for NIU. If the Huskies don't get help from Fresno wins like this might make the difference when the final BCS standings come out
2 Ball State 1 0 Bye Ball State had the day off to get ready for their Wednesday game against the Chips, then they will play the Huskies in a game which should determine the MAC West. But don't sleep on CMU
3 Toledo 2 1 W 55-16 vs EMU Perhaps Toledo should have been over Buffalo last week but their offensive showing versus the Eagles gave them Bowl eligibility and gave me second thoughts on the #3 spot.
4 Buffalo 2 -1 Bye If Buffalo Wins against Ohio it almost guarantees that the "Black out at the Ralph" will determine the MAC East title.
5 Ohio 2 0 Bye Ohio has a couple of good wins this year but the game against Buffalo may be their most important game to date.
6 BGSU 2 0 Bye Bowling Green better not get caught looking past Miami. Sure the RedHawks are a
7 CMU 3 1 Bye The Chips, despite the terrible start, may actually have a shot at Bowling with a 6-6 record for the second straight year. Ball State is the last team with a winning record they will face all season.
8 Akron 3 1 W 16-7 vs Kent With the Win the Zips have guaranteed their best season since 2009. @009 is also the last time Akron won the Wheel.
9 Kent 3 -2 L 16-7 at Akron Speaking of Wheels…. It's fair to say the Wheels are officially off for the 2013 Kent football team.
10 EMU 4 0 L 55-16 at Toledo EMU's defense was totally unprepared for Terrance Owens and Justin Olack.
11 WMU 4 0 Bye PJ Fleck got his first win and two solid weeks to prepare for Eastern Michigan. Can he get his
12 UMass 4 0 L 63 - 19 vs NIU Add this to the gripes about Charley Molinar. He had a kicker really struggle all season. When the Backup finally gets in he starts his career 4-4. At least they are not Miami
13 Miami 4 0 Bye Miami Still has to play Bowling Green, Kent (at Kent), Buffalo, and Ball State. An 0-12 season is starting to look like a real possibility