Akron dominated the Huskies, claiming their first MAC win and their first victory against an FBS team this season
Michael Lewis’s Ball State Cardinals finished 1-2 in the Baha Mar Hoops Nassau Championship.
The former WMU quarterback was unable to get over the hump in six seasons, with his teams never finishing higher than second in the MAC West division race.
Kent State scores 20 points in the final frames to take down Buffalo at home in a vital contest for the latter’s postseason eligibility.
We’ve finally broken the tie at the top after a riveting week of #MACtion!
The season has been decided well before today, but there’s still games to play, so let’s celebrate while we can!
Eastern Michigan takes a share of the MAC West Championship and the Michigan MAC Trophy with a dominant performance.
The Western Michigan defense was spectacular again in the season finale in Kalamazoo.
Pride is on the line this Black Friday, as four MAC West programs look to end their regular seasons on a positive note.
Akron will look to win an FBS game this season. NIU will look to avoid the upset and end 2022 on a high note.
Pride is on the line in Ypsilanti, as Black Friday gives both teams an opportunity to maintain momentum and collect bragging rights.
The Toledo second team will have to carry the load in Kalamazoo, as Jack Salopek gets another shot under center for the Broncos.
Gabbert was the 2019 MAC Freshman of the Year, and won the MAC title in his first year of play, but struggled with injury afterwards.
You can do it if you put your mind to it.
Who is ready for some Friday afternoon football on championship weekend?
It all came together at the end for the RedHawks, who trailed for much of the contest before ambushing the Cardinals late.
Who needs tiebreakers? Ohio clinches the Mid-American Conference East division title for the first time since 2016 with a statement win in primetime.
An incredible, well-earned opportunity awaits both squads in primetime.
The MAC East title and a bowl bid are on the line tonight in what should be an exciting last Tuesday of the regular season.
A Tuesday night. A rivalry trophy. Bowl eligibility at stake. What more can you ask for?
While the potential was there for a big day, at least one flag was flown!
The loss against Toledo stings harder after a great performance vs. Kent State.
A late safety produced the difference in the score, but why couldn’t the teams separate from each other in the snow?
Major goals within reach for both squads after a physical battle.
The game, originally scheduled for Saturday, had previously been moved to Sunday in anticipation of historic storms.
The MAC released a statement Friday, suggesting the game could be played Sunday if weather permits.
In a true throwback game, the Broncos brutalize the Chippewas in a cold, bitter contest to emerge with the Victory Cannon.
Led by backup QB Taylor Powell, Eastern Michigan comes back from a 10-point halftime deficit to win.
The RedHawks erased an early ten point deficit en route to their fifth win of the year
With the Victory Cannon and bowl eligibility on the line for Central Michigan, there’s a lot to play for.