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Posted Sep 2, 2008


The MAC players to watch and to look out for in each week's games.

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By Kenneth Julian

Players To Watch in Week Two ...

Ball State vs. Navy Sept. 5

Who to watch: WR Dante Love

Love had nine receptions for 171 yards and a touchdown against Northeastern last week, but the Cardinals showed that they are willing to get him the ball in more creative ways with his three rushes for 22 yards and a score.

Central Michigan @ Georgia Sept. 6

Who to watch: RB Ontario Sneed

If Sneed can be a little productive and keep the pressure off of QB Dan LeFevour, then Central Michigan has a chance to keep pace with Georgia's offense.

Eastern Michigan @ Michigan St. Sept. 6

Who to watch: RB Terrance Blevins

Granted it was against Indiana St. but Blevins still rushed for 176 yards and two scores. The Eagles will have problems stopping the Spartan offense so they need to show some pop of their own.

Northern Illinois @ Western Michigan Sept. 6

Who to watch: QB Chandler Harnish

Harnish showed he can be a good player for this experienced Husky team by throwing for 326 yards and two touchdowns. Now after the tough Minnesota loss can he who consistency on a game-to-game basis starting with a veteran Western Michigan defense.

Toledo @ Arizona Sept. 6

Who to watch: CB Desmond Marrow

Arizona is going to throw the ball a lot and Marrow is the only member of Toledo's secondary not to have any starting experience, it will be interesting to see how he holds up against WR Mike Thomas and company.

Western Michigan vs. Northern Illinois Sept. 6

Who to watch: TE Branden Ledbetter

Nebraska had problems defending Ledbetter who had nine catches for 123 yards and a touchdown. The Huskies had some problems defending the seams against Minnesota, if that happens against the Broncos then Ledbetter should improve on his numbers from last week.