A handful of intriguing out-of-conference matchups, the return of the Saturday afternoon title game and a new potential TV partner highlight the TV schedule release.
The conference tournament is all set, as Ball State wins the regular season MAC title and will host CMU, Toledo and Ohio in the postseason tourney.
The boys cover this past weekends MAC softball championship, take a look at the last weekend of baseball, and discuss Ryan Rollins’ rising NBA Draft stock. All that, and more!
Central Michigan takes a half game lead for the regular season championship into the last weekend. Ball State is lurking and ready to take advantage of any mistakes.
The Chippewas sweep the Eagles in EMU’s last home games of the season.
The boys discuss a number of stories from the week, including a new athletic identity at Akron and a preview of the MAC Softball tournament!
Ohio sweeps Akron and creates a gap with the teams chasing them for the last spot in the MAC Tournament. Eastern Michigan splits with NIU fall back.
MAC Bandwagon Podcast, ep. 95: Ball State Baseball makes a statement, and James stops by to talk NFL Draft!
The Ball State baseball team was the highlight of the weekend, with a dominant four game sweep of Central Michigan. Also this week, James stops by to discuss the MAC prospects selected in the NFL Draft!
The Ball State Cardinals made their mark on the conference standings this weekend, sweeping Central Michigan. Hosting the MAC tournament is theirs to lose.
The Almere, Netherlands native will start his pro football career in Tennessee as part of the NFL’s new global diversity initiative.
Caliendo has the kind of experience and traits to help the Chiefs round out their championship-caliber roster.
Wright will go cross-country to start his professional career, signing with a Denver team which looks to compete immediately.
The boys take a look back at the last few weeks in MAC baseball, and Collin Murphy of the Western Herald joins to discuss WMU football!
Raiders add a Swiss Army Knife to its toolbox with the signing of Hall.
Koback’s historic college production and pre-draft testing led to his selection.
Weatherford presents himself as a interesting hybrid option for the Colts defense.
Pimpleton will continue his professional journey just over two hours away from Mt. Pleasant, signing a UDFA contract with the homestate Lions.
Eleby brings efficiency and promise to the Seahawks, but he’ll have a tough road to plow if he wants to stay on.
Womack is the second member of the Toledo secondary drafted in the fifth round, joining Tycen Anderson.
Robinson, who was snagging passes two years ago, will go to Chicago as an intriguing quarterback hunter.
The Toledo native stays in his home state as he begins his NFL career with the reigning AFC champions.
Raimann will shore up the Colts line in 2022 after a four-year journey which saw him make the transition from tight end to tackle during the height of the COVID pandemic.
Goedeke, a technician in the trenches, will look to compete right away with the Bucs as they seek to rebuild their interior line.
After a meteoric rise through college football, Moore poised to become a major weapon in Kansas City’s arsenal.
NIU’s Mid-American Conference success is translating to the NFL, with three selections over the last five drafts.