The Great Midwest Athletic Conference is home to two of the top ten most efficient passers in D2 football. Rhys Gervais and Grant Russell have Findlay and Ohio Dominican hurtling toward the dramatic first chapter of new conference rivalry.
But they're not the only passers in the G-MAC — Hillsdale's Chance Stewart has been impressive as well.
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With two games left in the regular season, the Findlay Oilers have a legit shot at the first double-digit win season since making the jump from the NAIA to D2 in the year 2000. Rhys Gervais has been a big reason why.
The junior quarterback has the best pass efficiency of any signal-caller in the conference (and the fourth best in D2 overall), completing 71.3 percent of his passes for 1,416 yards, 16 TDs, and 4 INTs in seven games. [divider]
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The Panthers have had a great intro season in the G-MAC — so far at least. They are 5-0 on the back of some fantastic quarterback play from Grant Russell, who leads the conference in passing touchdowns (19) with the fewest interceptions among passers with at least 100 attempts (just two picks in 254 attempts so far). On top of that, he's scored five touchdowns on the ground.
The Ohio Dominican-Findlay game in the final week of the season will be an instant classic. [divider]
The Chargers are 3-2 in the G-MAC this year, and Chance Stewart has the second most touchdowns of any player in the conference — 15 passing and five rushing. He also ranks second in the conference in total yards with 2,498.[divider]