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Mid-American Conference Men's Basketball TV Schedule, Week 9: How To Watch, Gametime, Streaming

Conference play tips off this week, which means from here on out every MAC game is either on TV or streamed online. We put together a TV guide to help you navigate through this week in MAC Hoops.

Derek Jackson returns to the MAC, officially, Wednesday night vs. Ohio.
Derek Jackson returns to the MAC, officially, Wednesday night vs. Ohio.
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The conference play half of the 2013-2014 MAC shooty hoops season begins Wednesday. What sets conference season apart from non-conference play is that in the MAC you can watch every game, for free. That's right folks. Every single MAC men's basketball game from here on out is either televised or streamed.

So first, let's get a key out to help you navigate our TV Schedule. MACDN is the MAC Digital Network, a 100% free online streaming network. You can watch all games with MACDN next to them live on TWCSC means Time Warner Cable SportsChannel, the new TV home for MAC Basketball. It's a bit tricky to find this channel, especially considering the network it's self seems to have never heard of providing a channel finder, so you'll want to check with your local TV provider to find it. Luckily, even if you don't have TWCSC, it's still streamed online for free! You can thank the fine folks at the MAC for that.

Now onto the TV Schedule.

Week 9 MAC MBB Schedule
Away Team Home Team Time How To Watch
Wednesday, Jan. 8
Toledo Western Michigan 7 p.m. MACDN
Ohio Kent State 7 p.m. TWCSC/MACDN
Northern Illinois Buffalo 7 p.m. MACDN
Miami Central Michigan 7 p.m. MACDN
Eastern Michigan Bowling Green 7 p.m. MACDN
Akron Ball State 7 p.m. MACDN
Saturday, Jan. 11
Eastern Michigan Buffalo 2 p.m. MACDN
Western Michigan Miami 3 p.m. MACDN
Central Michigan Toledo 6 p.m. TWCSC/MACDN
Ball State Kent State 7 p.m. MACDN
Sunday, Jan. 12
Northern Illinois Bowling Green 4:30 p.m. MACDN
Akron Ohio 6 p.m. TWCSC/MACDN