|1||2||1||Toledo||W: 37-24 @ Nevada||Quality road win for Toledo and while they overtake Western Michigan it's worth noting that Nevada is no Michigan State|
|2||1||-1||WMU||L: 28-14 @ Mich State||The bad news is that the Bronco's are 0-2 to start the year. The good news is that they played well through the hard part of their schedule|
|3||5||2||BSU||W: 51 - 31 vs UAB||UAB is a rebuilding program but dropping 51 points on any FBS program is a good look for the Cardianls. The Neal to Hall connection is legit|
|4||6||2||EMU||W: 16 - 13 @ Rutgers||Yea Rutgers is a basement B10 team but EMU is still 2-0 with a win over a B10 team.|
|5||4||-1||NIU||W: 38 - 10 vs EIU||NIU dominated their in state FCS rival start to finish.|
|6||3||-3||Ohio||L: 44 - 21 @ Purdue||Big(ish) drop for the Cats because EMU, and BSU played great games, plus Purdue is not the Class of the B10.|
|7||10||3||CMU||W: 45 - 27 @ Kansas||Yes it's Kansas, but it's still a win over a Big12 team on the road. Shane Morris exploeded for 467 passing yards and 5 touchdowns.|
|8||8||0||Miami||W: 31 - 10 vs Austin Peay||Miami holds their place with a win vs an FCS team|
|9||9||0||Buffalo||L: 21 - 17 @ Army||Buffalo looked like a MAC east contender in the first half and a MAC least contender in the second.|
|10||7||-3||BGSU||L: 35 - 27 vs South Dakota||Safe to say Bowling Green's days atop the East are done, unless this is a slow start then it looks pretty clear for Ohio.|
|11||12||1||Akron||W: 52 - 3 vs UAPB||This could be just the spark Arkon needs.|
|12||11||-1||Kent||W: 38 - 31 vs Howard||They needed to comback against an FCS team, so the fall behind Akron|
Toledo overtakes WMU based on a road win at Nevada and EMU bolts to the top half of the conference with a win over Rutgers (yes, I know how bad Rutgers is but still).
CMU also moves up a lot while Bowling Green and Ohio plummet.