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2009 MAC football predictions


August 23. 2013 9:23PM
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Predicted order of finish in the Midwest Athletic Conference:





1.††† DELPHOS ST. JOHNíS: The Blue Jays have 13 starters back from their Division VI state championship team, including quarterback Wes Ulm (2,200 yards total offense), running back Jordan Leininger (1,222 yards rushing) and Tyler Bergfeld (6 inteceptions).





2.†† ST. HENRY: Three-year starter Brad Stahl is back at quarterback and 13 other starters return for the Redskins.





3.††† ANNA: Quarterback Wes Husucker and two of his top receivers are back.†† Kameron Knight rushed for 738 yards last season.† And, for the second year in a row, the Rockets donít have to play Delphos St. Johnís.





4.††† COLDWATER: Graduation hit the Cavaliers hard but itís risky to pick them too low after nine straight seasons of 11 wins or more.





5.††† MARION LOCAL: The Flyersí top ball carrier Ben Smith moved to Florida in the offseason and four the five offensive line starters are new.





6.††† MINSTER: The Wildcats have eight returning starters. Quarterback Austin Baumer is back after undergoing midseason knee surgery last year.





7.††† FORT RECOVERY: Basketball standout Greg Kahlig can put up points on the football field too. The senior quarterback threw for 2,804 yards and 18 touchdowns last fall.





8.††† NEW BREMEN: Running back Spencer Rohr and quarterback Caleb Williams, both honorable mention All-MAC last season, lead the Cardinals.





9.††† PARKWAY: Quarterback Jared Bourelle and four returning offensive line starters are key players for the Panthers.





10.†††††† VERSAILLES: The Tigers could struggle again this season.





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