"We're thrilled to . . .
TOLEDO, Ohio - University of Toledo Head Men's Basketball Coach Tod Kowalczyk has announced the signing of 6-10, 205-pound forward AJ Edu (Colchester, England) to a National Letter of Intent on Thursday. Edu will begin attending UT beginning in the 2018-19 academic year.
"We're thrilled to . . .
TOLEDO, Ohio - The Blue Team defeated the Gold Team, 10-7, in the annual University of Toledo spring football scrimmage at the Glass Bowl Friday night. However, it took a little bit of trickery to get the job done.
Junior wide receiver Desmond Phillips . . .
BUFFALO, NY – The Buffalo Bulls wrapped up spring drills on Friday night with the annual Blue & White Spring Scrimmage played at UB Stadium. It was . . .
TOLEDO, Ohio - Head Coach Tod Kowalczyk announced on Friday that 6-1, 180-pound guard Chris Darrington (Toledo, Ohio) is transferring to the University of Toledo from the University of Tennessee. Darrington will . . .
KALAMAZOO, Mich. – Western Michigan head men’s basketball coach Steve Hawkins has announced the signing of William Boyer-Richard and Kawanise Wilkins to National Letters of Intent.
“We are ecstatic to announce the signings of William Boyer-Richard and Kawanise Wilkins, said Hawkins. “Both are outstanding individuals on and off the court and we are excited to have them be a part of the Bronco family.”
YPSILANTI, Mich. (EMUEagles.com) – The Eastern Michigan Eagles treated fans to an exciting exhibition to close out the spring schedule Saturday. Team Fink defeated Team Hale, 14-7, in the 2018 Spring Game thanks to . . .
By J. Olsen
The Buffalo Bull’s post-season run left little doubt who stands atop our 2018 MAC Reporter Online Final Power Ranking.
Not only did the raging Bulls knock off all comers in the MAC tourney, No. 13 seed Buffalo shined on the national stage by thumping No. 4 seed Arizona 89-68 in NCAA tournament first round action.
It took another hot team – Kentucky – to finally close out the Bulls.
As for the other teams, well, it many good arguments could be made about the position of several teams. Indeed, it seems like several spots should be shared. I forced myself to resist that – this time – and settled on the following.
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Mike Smith saw his first MAC football action as a nine-year-old while hanging onto the flagpole of a nearby baseball stadium. The view got better after he discovered he could get in free at halftime.