Get ready folks, #MACtion is back.
The Mid-American Conference announced they were reversing their decision to cancel the fall football season on September 25 and in fact play. Today, the schedule was released.
The 12 teams will play six games from November 4th to December 12th, with the conference championship game being played at Ford Field in Detroit on Friday, December 18th.
Here is the full schedule:
Tuesday and Wednesday night MACtion is back, and on Wednesday November 4, we get SIX MAC GAMES to open the season. That is amazing.
As a MACtion alum (Miami), I am very excited that the season is back. And as a Miami fan, I am especially excited to watch the RedHawks defend their conference title.
Last season, true freshman QB Brett Gabbert became the first true freshman to start a season opener at quarterback in program history. Throughout the season, all he did was throw for 2,411 yards and 11 TD’s (as well as rush for 3 TD’s) en route to becoming the 2019 MAC Freshman of the Year. Watching his development in year two is going to be fun to watch for RedHawk fans like myself.
Every single FBS conference that cancelled fall football (Big Ten, Pac12, Mountain West, MAC) have now announced that they are back and will play. Gotta love it.
Now that #MACtion is back, autumn weeknights just got a whole lot better.
Title Photo: Mid-American Conference