By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Editor’s Note: This is a simulation — and it does not mean this will be the outcome in the game. Also, with this simulation, it does not mean that all of these players in this simulation will also play in the actual game.
The Central Michigan Chippewas and the Miami (Ohio) Redhawks are playing each other for the MAC Championship game on Saturday in Detroit, Michigan. But, according to our whatifsports.com simulation, the Chippewas will win the game.
The Chippewas defeated the RedHawks in the simulation, 31-10.
They led the game with 34 minutes of time of possession. The RedHawks had just 26 minutes and 463 yards. The Chippewas had 461.
Dan Raudabaugh went 20-of-30 for 308-yards with a touchdown. He also threw three interceptions.
Brandon Murphy led the RedHawks with 102 rushing yards. Cory Jones had 51, while Raudabaugh and Austin Sykes had a yard each.
Sean McVay had 79 receiving yards, while Chris Givens had 68. Jake O’Connell contributed 44 and Dustin Woods had 36. Jones had 35 and Eugene Harris had 30, while Murphy had 16.
Dan LeFevour went 18-of-27 for 256 yards with two touchdowns. LeFevour also earned the Player of the Game honors.
Justin Hoskins had 79-yards with a touchdown and Ontario Sneed added 75. LeFevour had 39-yards and a touchdown. Marcel Archer had 12-yards.
Antonio Brown led the team with 135 receiving yards and two touchdowns. Bryan Anderson had 44-yards and J.J. Watt had 21-yards. Sneed had 20-yards, while Duane Brooks had 17 and Taylor Bradley had 10. Hoskins had nine-yards.
Thomas “Red” Keith had two interceptions and Matt Berning had an interception of Raudabaugh. Sean Redwine had a sack on LeFevour.
LeFevour accounted for three touchdowns. He had two touchdown passes to Brown and a rushing touchdown.
Hoskins scored on a 28-yard run. Andrew Aguila also made a 29-yard field goal.
Raudabuagh threw a 23-yard touchdown to Jones. Nathan Parseghian also made a 27-yard field goal in the third.
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