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115. Central Michigan: Chippewas have managed a pair of 3-9 seasons under Dan Enos

116. Buffalo: Workhorse Branden Oliver (1,395 yards in 2011) might be MAC’s top tailback

117. Memphis: Tigers’ final season in Conference USA unlikely to yield more than three wins

118. New Mexico: After decade-long exile in TV booth, Bob Davie takes over disaster in Albuquerque

119. Akron: New coach Terry Bowden inherits program with two wins in last two seasons

120. Texas State: Stop the newsletter presses! Dennis Franchione is back in major college football

121. Florida Atlantic: Carl Pelini (Bo’s brother) inherits one of nation’s worst offensive teams

122. South Alabama: Jaguars latest team to move up from former I-AA to join the Sun Belt

123. Massachusetts: Minutemen join the MAC and will play home games hour-plus from Amherst

124. Texas-San Antonio: Larry Coker-coached second-year program making one-year pit stop in WAC