WEEK 1:OFFENSE:Coach Philstyle3005Junior QB Alex Carder from Western Michigan carved up the Georgia Bulldogs in the air and on the ground. He completed 25 of 35 passes, threw for 384 yards, 5 TDs and 1 INT. He was also able to score a TD with his legs and lead his team to a 49-24 victory. DEFENSE: Coach KaponoSenior MLB Terrell Anderson of Toledo was a menace to Army. He blew up plays left and right totaling 5 tackles, 4 of which were for losses, and he snagged two interceptions from Army QB Trent Steelman. His leadership helped contain the option attack and kept Army from lighting up the scoreboard. WEEK 2:OFFENSE: Coach -Cougars-Sophomore(RS) HB Branden Oliver straight up dominated FCS East and earned the right to be the MAC and NCAA Player of the Week. On 27 carries he gained 353 yards averaging 13 yards a pop and also got into the endzone 4 times. Buffalo dominated the contest and won 65-12. DEFENSE: Coach -Cougars-Junior(RS) LE Steven Means did exactly the same thing as his teammate Branden Oliver did in earning both accolades from the NCAA and MAC. In the drumming of FCS East, Means tallied 5 tackles, 4 tackle for loss, 2 sacks, and forced a fumble. WEEK 3:OFFENSE: Coach KaponoSophomore(RS) Terrance Owens could not be stopped by Boise State, which proved very fatal for the Broncos. The Rockets QB 373 total yards and 5 total TDs. The most spectacular play was his 41 yard dash to the endzone. He made people miss and broke a tackle before going into the endzone untouched. With this man in charge they won by a score of 52-3. DEFENSE: Coach Philstyle3005Senior MLB Mitch Zajac used his hard hitting abilities to knock back Central Michigan enough for the Western Michigan offense to take the game in hand. He may not have been fast enough to make any tackles himself but he did keep busy by helping out his teammates and being there when they needed him. He wound up having 8 assisted tackles, 2 forced fumbles and 1 fumble recovery. Western Michigan would up winning the game late in the 4th quarter 31-24. Give a hand to these athletes that work hard day in and day to contribute to each of their team's success. Congratulations!