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Bowling Green Falcon and Mid-American Conference blogger. Hope to see the Falcons make the NCAA Basketball Tournament before I die. It’s only been 47 years so far, so we’re due, right? Have seen Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band over 100 times, in the U.S. and Europe. So you could say, I was "Born to Run."

Ohio University wins the 2021 MAC Men’s Basketball Tournament

It’s Coronation Day for the Ohio Bobcats, who completed their Cinderella run and clinched their first NCAAT appearance since 2012.

Central Michigan wins the 2021 MAC Women’s Basketball Tournament

For the first time since 2018, CMU walks away with tournament title honors, clinching the MAC’s automatic qualifier berth.

#2 Buffalo earns hard-fought victory over #3 Akron in OT

It was a hardscrabble battle, but the Bulls emerged on top to once again put themselves in position to make an NCAA Tournament run.

#5 Ohio stuns #1 Toledo, advance to MAC title game

The slipper fits the Bobcats, as they take down the top seed, and reserve a ticket for the MAC Championship Game.

2021 MAC Women’s Basketball Championship Tournament Recap: Semifinals

As expected, BGSU and CMU will meet once again in the one game to decide it all on Saturday night.

#3 Akron advances with 74-67 win, denying #6 BGSU a chance at tourney glory once again

BGSU is left to ponder their historic streak once again, as the Zips close down a promising late-game run to advance.

#2 Buffalo endures a late scare from #7 Miami, advance to semifinals

Buffalo stands tall despite a furious Miami run late, advances to the MAC tournament semifinals.

#5 Ohio dominates #4 Kent State in resounding 85-63 win

Ohio puts up a dominating effort on an ailing Kent State squad to advance to the semifinal round.

#1 Toledo sweats out a 91-89 win vs. #8 Ball State in OT

Ball State came to play, pushing the top-seeded Toledo to overtime, but ultimately couldn’t seal the deal.

2020 Mid-American Conference Basketball Tournament cancelled due to coronavirus

The decision was made shortly prior to the tip-off of the first men’s bracket game, joining a number of other conferences in solidarity.