The NIU football program has a special legacy that's rare in the ever-changing MAC. Still, that won't keep Ball State from beating the Huskies on Wednesday, Jason Whitlock writes.
While he's not comfortable be compared to Omar Jacobs and Josh Harris, Bowling Green's Tyler Sheehan is following their footsteps nicely, writes Adam Rittenberg.
With Matt Leinart, Reggie Bush and LenDale White returning, it's no surprise that USC has the top-rated backfield.
The tricks of Urban Meyer's offense are guarded the way the Colonel guards his fried chicken recipe, but the premise is simply to get the best guy the ball.
A league that had never sent more than two squads to the postseason reaped five bowl bids this year.
Scouts Inc. takes a look at seven quarterbacks who have gone from liabilities to assets.
Will Marshall, Northern Illinois or Toledo be left out when the MAC goes bowling?
Miami (Ohio) coach Terry Hoeppner's plan includes getting on TV, even if it's not on a Saturday.
Blue Ribbon Illustrated previews the 2004-05 college football season, exclusively on Insider.
A team-by-team look back at the best of the worst of the MAC this year.
Marshall isn't guaranteed a bowl bid, but that doesn't mean the Herd believes its postseason hopes are dead.
RedHawks' QB Ben Roethlisberger gets the headlines, but an improved defense has been the difference.
Everyone knows about Michael Turner, but he's not the only Husky getting it done with legs.
After struggling last season against Northern Illinois, Josh Harris made a statement on national television.
The MAC has proven so far this season it can play with -- and beat -- the BCS big boys.
Struggling Marshall tries to rediscover the team that shocked K-State in Manhattan.