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2004 Mid-American Conference Leaders

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Record: 69-92, .429 W-L% (12th of 12) (Schedule and Results)

SRS: -10.32 (11th of 12) ▪ SOS: -7.60 (11th of 12)

Division Champions: Miami (OH) (East) and Toledo (West)
Conference Champion: Toledo (Won Championship Game 35-27)

Ranked in Preseason AP Poll: 0
Ranked in Final AP Poll: 0

Conference Leaders

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Passing Efficiency Rating

1. Omar Jacobs* (Bowling Green State) 167.2
2. Bruce Gradkowski* (Toledo) 162.6
3. Josh Haldi* (Northern Illinois) 140.6
  Joshua Haldi* (Northern Illinois) 140.6
5. Charlie Frye (Akron) 139.8
6. Josh Betts* (Miami (OH)) 137.7
7. Joey Lynch (Ball State) 135.1
8. Joshua Cribbs (Kent State) 133.2
9. Steven Moffett (Central Florida) 131.6
10. Kent Smith (Central Michigan) 125.1
11. Ryan Cubit (Western Michigan) 120.9
  Ryan Cubit (Western Michigan) 120.9
13. Matt Bohnet (Eastern Michigan) 117.3
14. Stan Hill* (Marshall) 117.1
15. Ryan Hawk (Ohio) 111.1
  Ryan Hawk (Ohio) 111.1
17. Cole Stinson (Ball State) 109.5

Punt Return Touchdowns

1. Ryne Robinson* (Miami (OH)) 2
  Greg Jennings (Western Michigan) 2
  Stafford Owens (Ohio) 2

Interception Return Touchdowns

1. Keon Newson* (Bowling Green State) 2