The powerhouse conferences aren't the only place to find star quarterbacks.
Ivan Maisel and Pat Forde share the three things they can't wait to see this fall in the MAC.
A league that had never sent more than two squads to the postseason reaped five bowl bids this year.
In the last two weeks the MAC standings have been shuffled more than a poker deck at the Bellagio.
Akron's remarkable comeback devastated Marshall and spun the MAC East Division into a tizzy.
Marshall could finish its non-league slate at 0-3, but still remains the favorite to win the MAC.
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.
With College GameDay rolling into town for the big Bowling Green-NIU showdown, the MAC is again in the spotlight
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.
Thundering Herd coach Bob Pruett made no excuses for this team's apparent letdown last Saturday at Troy State.
Marshall coach Bob Pruett's plan including playing the big boys in the BCS -- and beating them.