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2010 CFN All-MAC Team & Top 30 Players
Northern Illinois RB Chad Spann
Northern Illinois RB Chad Spann
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Posted Dec 15, 2010


2010 CFN All-MAC Team, Top 30 Players, & Players of the Year

2010 MAC All-Conf. Team

& Top 30 Players

East   Akron | Bowling Green | Buffalo | Kent State | Miami Univ. | Ohio | Temple
West  Ball State | Central Mich | Eastern Mich | Northern Illinois | Toledo | West Michigan

2010 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS & TOP 30 PLAYERS
- ACC | Big East | Big Ten | Big 12 | C-USA | Ind & ND
- MAC | Mountain West | Pac 10 | SEC | Sun Belt | WAC
  
2009 All-Conference Teams  ACC | Big East | Big 10 | Big 12
C-USA | MAC | M-West | Pac 10 | SEC | Sun Belt | WAC

2008 All-Conference Teams  ACC | Big East | Big 10 | Big 12
C-USA | MAC | M-West | Pac 10 | SEC | Sun Belt | WAC
- MAC | Mountain West | Pac 10 | SEC | Sun Belt | WAC  

East
  Conf. Overall
Miami 7 1 9 4
Ohio 6 2 8 4
Temple 5 3 8 4
Kent St 4 4 5 7
BGSU 1 7 2 10
Buffalo 1 7 2 10
Akron 1 7 1 11
West
  Conf. Overall
NIU 8 0 10 3
Toledo 7 1 8 4
WMU 5 3 6 6
Ball St 3 5 4 8
CMU 2 6 3 9
EMU 2 6 2 10
Players of the Week
11/27 WR Eric Page, Toledo
11/20 RB Dwayne Priest, EMU
11/13 QB Alex Carder, WMU
11/6 WR J. Tomlinson, BS
10/23 QB Alex Carder, WMU
10/16 QB Zac Dysert, MU
10/9 RB Chad Spann, NIU
10/1 RB Matt Brown, Tem.
9/25 RB Chad Spann, NIU
9/18 RB Bernard Pierce, Tem
9/11 QB C. Harnish, NIU
9/4 QB Spencer Keith, KSU

Games of the Week
11/27 Toledo 42, CMU 31
11/20 MU 19, Akron 14
11/13 Navy 38 , CMU 37
11/6 BSU 37, Akron 30 2OT
10/23 Toledo 31, BSU 24
10/16 MU 27, CMU 20
10/9 NIU 31, Temple 17
10/1 Temple 42, Army 35
9/25 Marsh 24, Ohio 23
9/18 BGSU 44, Marsh 28
9/11 Gard Web 38, Akron 37
9/4 Temple 31, Vill 24

SCROLL DOWN FOR THE TOP 30 PLAYERS

Offensive Player of the Year

RB Chad Spann, Sr. No. Illinois

Defensive Player of the Year
DE Roosevelt Nix, Fr. Kent State

2010 CFN All-MAC Offense
QB – Alex Carder, Soph. WMU
RB – Bernard Pierce, Soph. Temple
RB – Chad Spann, Sr. No. Illinois
WR – Eric Page, Soph. Toledo
WR – Jordan White, Sr. WMU
TE – Ben Thayer, Sr. Eastern Michigan
OL – Brandon Brooks, Jr. Miami
OL – Joe Flading, Jr. Ohio
OL – Colin Madison, Sr. Temple
OL – Darius Morris, Sr. Temple
OL – Trevor Olson, Jr. No. Illinois
PK – Trevor Cook, Sr. Miami
KR – Eric Page, Soph. Toledo

2010 CFN All-MAC Defense
DL – Elisha Joseph, Sr. Temple
DL – Shawn Lemon, Sr. Akron
DL – Roosevelt Nix, Fr. Kent State
DL – Muhammad Wilkerson, Jr. Temple
LB – Archie Donald, Soph. Toledo
LB – Brian Wagner, Soph. Akron
LB – Dwayne Woods, Soph. BGSU
DB – Jamail Berry, Jr. WMU
DB – Domonic Cook, Sr. Buffalo
DB – Brian Lainhart, Sr. Kent State
DB – Davonte Shannon, Sr. Buffalo
P – Matt Rinehart, Jr. Kent State
PR – Eugene Cooper, Jr. BGSU

3 Biggest Surprises
1. Miami, Miami, Miami
2. Toledo going 8-4
3. Ohio 31, Temple 23

3 Biggest Disappointments
1. Central Michigan's 3-9 disaster
2. Northern Illinois in the MAC Championship
3. Bowling Green going 2-10

Best Game of the Season

Nov. 13  at Navy 38 … Central Michigan 37
What Happened: Navy survived as Central Michigan scored two touchdowns in the final 3:04 with Zurlon Tipton running for a one-yard score, and Cody Wilson catching a seven-yard pass with four seconds left to pull within one. The Chippewas went for the win by going for two, but Ryan Radcliff overshot WR Kito Poblah and the Midshipmen got the win. Even with Ricky Dobbs out with a concussion, the Navy offense rolled for 437 rushing yards four touchdown runs from four different runners highlighted by an 18-yard Aaron Santiago run to start the scoring and a 16-yard Alexander Teich score late in the first. Radcliff threw three touchdown passes with two to David Blackburn from 15 yards away in the first half.

Second Best Game: Nov. 6 Ball State 37, Akron 30 2OT
Third Best Game: Sept. 11: Gardner-Webb 38, Akron 37

Coach of the Year - Shane Montgomery, Miami Univ.
2) Tim Beckman, Toledo, 3) Jerry Kill, NIU

Performances of the Year
1) Nov. 27 - Toledo WR Eric Page caught 12 passes for 127 yards and two scores, threw a 28-yard touchdown pass, and he returned three kickoffs for 215 yards and two scores in teh win over Central Michigan.
2) Oct. 2 - Temple RB Matt Brown ran 28 times for 226 yards and four touchdowns in the win over Army.
3) Nov. 6 - Ball State WR Jack Tomlinson caught seven passes for 175 yards and three scores in the win over Akron.

Top Freshman - DE Roosevelt Nix, Kent State 

The Best MAC Players of 2010
1. RB Chad Spann, Sr. No. Illinois
2. DE Roosevelt Nix, Fr. Kent State
3. QB Alex Carder, Soph. WMU
4. S Davonte Shannon, Sr. Buffalo
5. QB Chandler Harnish, Jr. No. Illinois
6. LB Dwayne Woods, Soph. BGSU
7. WR Eric Page, Soph. Toledo
8. DT Muhammad Wilkerson, Jr. Temple
9. LB Brian Wagner, Soph. Akron
10. WR Jordan White, Sr. WMU
11. LB Archie Donald, Soph. Toledo
12. DT Elisha Joseph, Sr. Temple
13. LB Matt Berning, Sr. CMU
14. OT Darius Morris, Sr. Temple
15. CB Domonic Cook, Sr. Buffalo
16. LB Nick Bellore, Sr. CMU
17. OT Joe Flading, Jr. Ohio
18. LB Dan Molls, Soph. Toledo
19. LB Cobrani Mixon, Sr. Kent State
20. S Brian Lainhart, Sr. Kent State
21. WR Juan Nunez, Sr. WMU
22. OT Trevor Olson, Jr. No. Illinois
23. QB Ryan Radcliff, Soph. CMU
24. WR Kamar Jorden, Sr. BGSU
25. QB Alex Gillett, Soph. EMU
26. SS Jamail Berry, Jr. WMU
27. FS Jaiquawn Jarrett, Sr. Temple
28. QB Zac Dysert, Soph. Miami
29. RB/KR Eric Williams, Soph. Ball St
30. WR Cody Wilson, Soph. CMU