The Mid-American Conference consistently flies below the radar as a non-BCS league, but it is not immune to the team movement that seems to be en vogue in the more noteworthy conferences. This season the conference loses Temple, which went back to the Big East, and Massachusetts joins the FBS and the MAC with a new head coach in Charley Molnar. The difference between the haves and have-nots in the conference largely hinges on quarterback play, and fantasy owners will find a lot of depth at that position.
Carder set a school record with 3,873 passing yards and 31 touchdowns in 2011, including at least 400 yards in the final four games of the season, and he completed nearly 66 percent of his passes. He loses his top wide receiver in Jordan White, who ...
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