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[2017 College Football Predictions Review] MAC

The college football season has come to an end.

All we have left is a bunch of bullshit bowl games that no one wants to watch and four teams in the playoffs that I’m sure will be exciting, but it feels like something is missing this year. 1,317 more words

College Football

Jackson throws three TD's as Bulls win

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Buffalo Bulls defeated the Bowling Green Falcons on Tuesday night. The Bulls won 38-28 at UB Stadium in Buffalo, New York. 331 more words


Simulation: Falcons defeats Bulls

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Editor’s Note: This is a simulation and it does not mean that this would represent the actual score in the contest, or that these players, who are in this simulation, would play in the actual game. 226 more words


Akron Zips Defeat The Buffalo Bulls 21-20

AKRON, Ohio (AP) — Thomas Woodson was 21-of-29 passing for 291 yards and three touchdowns, and Akron beat Buffalo 21-20 on Saturday.

Woodson was pressured on his go-ahead touchdown pass but found fifth-year senior Kevin Gladney for a one-handed grab in the end zone to give Akron a one-point lead with 4:46 remaining in the game. 118 more words


Northern Illinois Beats Buffalo, 14-13

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Marcus Childers passed for one of Northern Illinois’ touchdowns and ran for the other as the Huskies held on through a scoreless second half for a 14-13 win over Buffalo on Saturday. 145 more words


Notebook: NIU football shoots for 2019 talent, O'Quinn decommits from WMU

Northern Illinois football has offered scholarships to some talented prospects for the 2019 signing class, recently.

  • Maurice Massey (WR, St. Charles, Mo., Francis Howell North HS) is a 3-star receiver out in Missouri that’s already a hot commodity by teams at the FBS level.
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Football Recruiting 2018

Winners and Losers from College Football's Week 6

Outside of West Virginia vs. TCU, Week 6 didn’t feature multiple compelling games on paper. But as usual, it’s the so-called down weeks that produce the most chaotic results. 954 more words