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- 'MACtion' kicks off conference's six-game slate
- MAC to kick off six-game football season Nov. 4
- MAC presidents delay vote on fall football
- MAC is first FBS to nix fall football, eyes spring
The MAC and its glorious mid-week games have returned. We take one final look at the conference before its seven-week sprint kicks off.
The Twitter phenomenon known as "MACtion" will be in play during November as the Mid-American Conference released a six-game, league-only football schedule that will feature only midweek games for the first three weeks.
The Mid-American Conference will play a six-game, conference-only football schedule beginning on Nov. 4.
September marks the 30th anniversary of Nick Saban's debut as a college head coach, a one-year jaunt at the helm of the Toledo Rockets. Saban, and the members of his first team, remembered the humble beginnings of a details-driven legend.
No decision was made on a possible fall football season for the Mid-American Conference during Saturday's meeting of conference presidents, commissioner Jon Steinbrecher said in a statement.
The Mid-American Conference on Saturday became the first FBS conference to postpone the fall football season amid the coronavirus pandemic and will instead look to play in the spring.
Toledo football coach Jason Candle has tested positive for the coronavirus -- the first FBS coach to publicly announce a positive test -- and will self-isolate for 10 days.
Jahneil Douglas, a 22-year-old defensive lineman for the University of Toledo, was shot and killed late Tuesday night.
Former coaches Bob Stoops and Gary Pinkel highlight the newest nominees for the College Football Hall of Fame.
Bill Connelly rounds out his MACtion preview with a look at the West Division, home to Jim McElwain and the Central Michigan Chippewas.
Now that the 2020 recruiting cycle has concluded, we rank college football's top 75 classes.
Quinten Dormady threw two touchdown passes, Kobe Lewis ran for two scores and Central Michigan beat Toledo on Friday to win the Mid-American Conference West Division title.
Jare Patterson ran for a career-high 192 yards and four touchdowns and Buffalo’s defense won the day as the Bulls became bowl eligible with a 49-30 win over Toledo on Wednesday night.
Tre Harbison rushed for 158 yards and a touchdown and John Richardson kicked a 25-yard field goal with 41 seconds left to give Northern Illinois a 31-28 win over Toledo after blowing a 21-point fourth quarter lead Wednesday night.