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MAC Power Rankings Week 2

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: OCT 26 Central Michigan at Buffalo Photo by Gregory Fisher/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
Rank Team PR Δ Comment
1 Buffalo 1 0 Buffalo not only beat Miami in convincing fashion but did it with the deep ball. A UB offense that can run Patterson/Marks and throw the deep ball is a dangerous thing.
2 WMU 4 2 I said last Week that WMU was the biggest threat to Toledo in the West, and they used two score sin the last minute of play to prove it.
3 CMU 7 4 Chips just demolished NIU. The Huskies are not a strong team this year but the convince win, along with their week one over Ohio says good things for CMU.
4 Kent 5 1 2-0 and atop the East with Buffalo. It's looking like the week four matchup between the teams could be the decisive game in the MAC East this year.
5 Toledo 3 -2 For about 49 minutes the Rockets took care of business but the loss puts them behind the eight ball in the West.
6 Miami 2 -4 Tough loss for Miami, especially since there were a few moments in the first half where a receiver dropped seemed to keep Buffalo in the game.
7 Ball State 6 -1 After losing a close one last week, the win a squeaker this week. With a lot of solid performances among the top and CMU's big jump they still drop a spot.
8 Ohio 8 0 Beating Akron is not going to move the needle, especially when the win is at home and only by 14 points. That being said Ohio's Passing game, behind the other Rourke is looking solid
9 EMU 9 0 Hard loss for EMU who still has Western Michigan on their schedule.
10 Bowling Green 11 1 They kept it interesting for a quarter this week, but once again the defense lets them down in big way for 15 minutes (this time quarter two) and the game gets out of hand.
11 NIU 10 -1 The Bones of a good team are there, but the execution is lacking. Outside of Wide Receiver Tyrice Richie there is not really a consistent offensive threat.
12 Akron 12 0 Zips made a game of it, right now that's an improvement for them.