Maine led Toledo by three points after a fifteen play 7 minute drive to open the game. Three plays from scrimmage later, Toledo was up 7-3 after a 85 yard Woodside to Corey Jones touchdown pass. A few minutes later, Toledo took a 17-3 lead on a 64 yard Woodside to Cody Thompson touchdown pass. Woodside would go on to throw two more touchdowns including an 89-yard strike. As a result of Toldeo’s big play offense, Woodside leads the nation with seven 40+ yard passing plays.
From @BrianBuckey: Logan Woodside throws four touchdown passes as Toledo routs Maine 45-3.https://t.co/qTArY8WxR2 pic.twitter.com/HNoYzZndbp— Toledo Sports (@toledosports) September 11, 2016
First Team All-NEIM: Logan Woodside - Toledo
Woodside stays in the top spot thanks to 7 TDs, 700 yards, and only 1 INT through two games.
Second Team All-NEIM: Zach Terrell - Western Michigan
Terrell jumps from #6 to #2 thanks to the magical power of FCS. Terrell has a MAC leading completion percentage (70.7%) 5 TDs, 473 yards and 0 INTs.
Third Team All-NEIM: Billy Bahl - Miami-Ohio
Miami fell to a FCS team, but don’t blame Bahl. Bahl balled and remains third team All-NEIM with 4 TD passes, only 1 interception and 516 passing yards.
4) Drew Hare - Northern Illinois
5) (-3) Thomas Woodson - Akron
6) (-1) Greg Windham - Ohio
7) James Morgan - Bowling Green
8) (+2) Cooper Rush - Central Michigan
9) Ryan Graham - Northern Illinois
10) (+2) Tra’Von Chapman - Akron
11) (-2) Mylik Mitchell - Kent State
12) (-1) Tyree Jackson - Buffalo
13) (-5) Todd Porter - Eastern Michigan
14) (-1) Riley Neal - Ball State
15) (+1) James Knapke - Bowling Green
16) (-1) Grant Rohach - Buffalo