3:30 next week. One of the advantages of so many power conferences now having their own network is that most Saturdays at least one MAC games is being picked up and appears on ESPNU, CBSSN, or this year NFL Network.
And as you probably know, the Big Ten has ended it’s deal with ESPN. That opens up a lot of games, especially eastern time zone games, for MAC schools to appear on ESPN/ESPN2, as well as ESPN+. However, I am forever gratful for ESPN+. Ten bucks a month to see 3 or more Miami games–a vast improvement over the years as we have discussed.
I always appreciate a CBSSN game. The network actually treats the current game it is airing as if it is important, which isn’t always true for nationally televised MAC games.
“So there’s a 78-yard TD run for the RedHawks, now what do you think about this Rutgers/Michigan St. game coming up tonight? Let’s break it down.”
Parents Weekend, correct? If so should be a good crowd and hopefully Miami is 4-3 heading into the game.