This weekend's lineup doesn't provide for too much excitement. But, it all starts at noon on Friday and runs through 2:30 in the morning Saturday night.
(MACDN = MAC Digital Network, aka online streaming at mac-sports.com)
Friday, November 8
|Albion||Eastern Michigan||12:00 pm||MACDN|
|Manchester||Central Michigan||2:30 pm||MACDN|
|Miami||Notre Dame||7:00 pm||ESPN3|
|Ohio Northern||Kent State||7:00 pm||MACDN|
|Nebraska-Omaha||Northern Illinois||8:00 pm||MACDN|
|Coastal Carolina||Akron||8:00 pm||MACDN|
|Buffalo||Texas A&M||8:00 pm||ESPN3|
|Western Michigan||New Mexico State||1:30 am||None|
Not a whole lot here. We've got three non-division I teams, so that's always fun. Coastal Carolina-Akron will be the game of the night; make sure to turn into that one. Buffalo has a shot against the Aggies and it'll be interesting to see Bobby Hurley's coaching debut. Miami will probably lose by 40 at Notre Dame, but the Western Michigan-New Mexico State game would be fun to watch if anyone was still awake. Only watch Nebraska-Omaha-Northern Illinois if you like awful basketball.
Saturday, November 9
|Ball State||Indiana State||1:05 pm||None|
|Earlham||Bowling Green||2:00 pm||MACDN|
|Northern Iowa||Ohio||2:00 pm||MACDN|
|Northwestern Ohio||Toledo||7:00 pm||MACDN|
|Western Michigan||Hawaii||12:30 am||None|
Saturday is a little better with only two non-division I's. Northern Iowa-Ohio will be really fun, and Ball State should put up a fight against Indiana State. Western Michigan-Hawaii will be interesting to look at in the morning.