Miami (OH) Jack Sorenson was limited in practice on Tuesday, according to Chris Vinel of The Miami Student via a Q&A with Hustle Belt. ANALYSIS Sorenson was injured in the RedHawks' last game against Buffalo, but he apparently isn't wearing a brace on his injured leg coming out of the bye. His status for Saturday against Western Michigan seems to be trending positively, but he still has to be considered questionable at this point.
This is a matchup between two teams on different ends of the offensive efficiency spectrum. The Broncos have been sterling (17th nationally) with 300 yards passing per game. That is too good for them not to score plenty. However, for this handicap, the game could be decided by the inefficiency of the Redhawks, who have struggled offensively. They average just 2.6 yards per rush, which shouldn't translate into too many points. Betting Prediction: Under 57
2019 Week 7 MAC Football Preview: Miami RedHawks at Western Michigan Broncos - Hustle BeltSaturdays game is a pivotal inter-divisional match-up for both teams. https://www.hustlebelt.com/2019/10/10/20906149/2019-week-7-mac-football-preview-miami-redhawks-at-western-michigan-broncos-midamerican-conference
Western Michigan QB Jon Wassink - A little banged up? October 8, 2019 Coach Tim Lester said Wassink is banged up but continues to practice at a high level, according to Mike McCann of WWMT-TV. ANALYSIS Lester cited Wassink throwing 51 times last week against Toledo as a reason he got hit more and is banged up. He doesn't seem to be in any danger of missing time, but Wassink's injury history (collarbone in 2017, foot in 2018) means any potential issue is something to keep an eye on