MAC Football Week 11 TV Schedule: Gametime, How To Watch, Streaming

Tessa Brediger

Weeknight MACton returns Tuesday night with a bang as a MAC East double-feature puts all three of the top teams from that division live on NATIONAL TV (NO MORE TWCSC). A Wednesday night game and a Saturday afternoon game are also on deck this week.

Day & Time (ET) Road
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Tuesday, 8 p.m. Ohio 6-2 (3-1) Buffalo 6-2 (4-0) ESPN2 / WatchESPN
Tuesday night MACtion returns with a bang. There's no way this matchup could have been planned any better as both Ohio and Buffalo are vying for the top spot in the MAC East with Buffalo holding a slight advantage. A Bobcats win could flip that whole situation around. It's one of the conference's best offenses (Ohio) vs. one of the conferences best defenses (Buffalo) live on ESPN2 (NO BLACKOUTS!).
Tuesday, 8 p.m. Bowling Green 5-3 (3-1) Miami 0-8 (0-4) ESPNU / WatchESPN
Part B of the Tuesday night double feature is much less appetizing, but that's how it usually goes. Bowling Green is the third dog in the race for the MAC East title, so this game does have huge implications, but it's unlikely Miami makes any noise here. BG is coming off a bye-week after a heartbreaking loss, and will look to make a statement on ESPNU.
Wednesday, 8 p.m. Central Michigan 3-5 (2-2) Ball Satte 8-1 (5-0) ESPN2 / WatchESPN
MORE WEEKNIGHT MACtion! Central Michigan has looked much, much better as of late, and Ball State is neck-and-neck with NIU for the title of the best in the MAC. While on surface this may seem like an easy game for BSU, don't overlook this matchup. Cooper Rush has evolved, Saylor Lavallii is one of the best backs in the MAC, and CMU has some secret weapons on defense. If the Cardinals are busy looking ahead to NIU next week, this could be a trap game. Live on ESPN2.
Saturday, 1 p.m. Western Michigan 1-8 (1-4) Eastern Michigan 1-8 (0-5) ESPN3
Battle of the MAC Michigan's Round 1! Western and Eastern are both bad, but that's what makes this game good: It's up in the air for both. Ron English is done ate EMU, and if he chooses to sit Bronson Hill again, it could very well speed up the process. P.J. Fleck and WMU are looking to build off the momentum of the win over UMass two weeks ago. While the records aren't good, there are still plenty of playmakers (and mutual hatred) amongst both schools. Streamed live on ESPN3.
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