College Fantasy Football: MAC Pre-Spring Questions

Todd at CollegeFootballGeek.comCorrespondent IFebruary 20, 2011

Toledo running back Adonis Thomas
Toledo running back Adonis Thomas

Here are some key college fantasy football questions to ponder as the Mid-American Conference embarks on spring ball.

How quickly will the Cardinals adhere to the no-huddle offense new head coach Pete Lembo plans to employ?  And who will run the show at quarterback, Kelly Page or Keith Wenning?


The spread offense was a disaster last fall.  Can they improve in year two under Jeff Quinn?  Keep an eye on the quarterbacks this spring.  Jerry Davis, Alex Zordick and Alex Dennison will all get a look.


No job is safe with a new head coach taking over the reins, including quarterback where starter Spencer Keith returns.  He might find competition in Giorgio Morgan as the team morphs into more of a traditional offensive set.

Zac Dysert and Austin Boucher will engage in the MAC's most intriguing quarterback battle of the offseason.  Both showed tremendous promise last fall.  

How will NIU replace departing stud RB Chad Spann?  What kind of offense will new head coach Dave Doeren, the former defensive coordinator at Wisconsin, implement? 


With Boo Jackson finally out of eligibility, look for a quarterback competition to heat up between the experienced Phil Bates, Tyler Tettleton and Kyle Snyder.

How will new head coach Steve Addazio, the former offensive coordinator at Florida, utilize the talented RB tandem of Bernard Pierce and Matt Brown?

Who will line up under center?  Mike Gerardi, Chester Stewart and Chris Coyer will compete for the job.

Terrance Owens and Austin Dantin will duke it out for the starting QB gig.

Can Adonis Thomas pick up where he left off?  The running back was dominant in the final stanza of the 2010 season.

Will star wideout Jordan White receive an additional year of eligibility?  We're still waiting to hear from the NCAA.

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