The boys take a look back at the non-conference season on the basketball court and look ahead to the conference portion of the schedule!
MAC Men's Basketball
The current Eagles capped off the day of celebration with a four-overtime victory over FIU.
Zach and Steve do a deep dive on this weekends’ MAC Championship game, and Zach and Vannzee take a look at the current state of MAC hoops
Zach and Steve take a look at where we stand as football season reaches its conclusion, and Vannzee stops by to break down the week in MAC hoops!
Upsets and near upsets lead the week as the men of the MAC returned to the hardcourt.
Stan Heath collects his first win as Eagles head coach over the Redbirds of Illinois State.
Zach and Steve break down the first week of MACtion football games, and Vanzee joins for a MAC hoops season preview.
The Stan Heath era has begun, and so has the Noah Farrakhan era.
The former UTEP and Auburn head coach brings a 131-127 career record to Mt. Pleasant after seven-year stint at Kentucky.
Davis, the Chippewas’ head man since 2012, finishes his tenure one game below .500 after abysmal 2020-21 finish.
What a long, strange trip it’s been.
It was a great week for MAC basketball, highlighted by Ohio’s exciting win over Virginia in the NCAA tournament. We recap it all, and wrap up what was an exciting hoops season!
The Bobcats pull off the 4-13 upset and become the third consecutive MAC team to win in the Round of 64.
The conference tournaments have concluded, and multiple MAC teams have advanced to postseason play. Zach and Sam recap the conference tournaments and preview the upcoming MAC matchup’s in postseason play!
The Bobcats have become something of a team du jour since their placement on the bracket, but the defending champions won’t be easy to knock down.
The move ends a ten-year run for Murphy in Ypsilanti.
The Falcons aren’t done yet! They’ll head south to take on Stetson next week
It’ll be a double dose of #MACtion in the NIT, with the regular-champion Toledo and recent power Buffalo both making the field.
The ‘Cats will be the 13-seed in the West region, which also hails #1 overall seed Gonzaga.
It’s Coronation Day for the Ohio Bobcats, who completed their Cinderella run and clinched their first NCAAT appearance since 2012.
It was a hardscrabble battle, but the Bulls emerged on top to once again put themselves in position to make an NCAA Tournament run.
The slipper fits the Bobcats, as they take down the top seed, and reserve a ticket for the MAC Championship Game.
BGSU is left to ponder their historic streak once again, as the Zips close down a promising late-game run to advance.
Buffalo stands tall despite a furious Miami run late, advances to the MAC tournament semifinals.