July 23rd, 2019 | by CollegeAD

The Mid-American Conference kicks off its 73rd season of football in August. The league has grown from five members in its inaugural season to 12 in 2019, obtaining a national brand in football from its weeknight ESPN games. MACtion, as it’s affectionately known, isn’t low-level football that features wacky games. It’s the conference that produced last season’s Super Bowl MVP and the head coach of the Los Angeles Rams. On Tuesday, commissioner Jon Steinbrecher talked about the MAC’s current place in college football and a variety of topics with which the sport is grappling. “This will enable CBS Sports Network to telecast 12 football games, 12 men’s basketball games, the men’s basketball tournament semifinals, and the women’s basketball finals. CBS Sports Network, which is available in more than 60 million households, has been a tremendous partner the past four years, and I look forward to the continued growth and development of our alliance with CBS.”  – KYLE ROWLAND, toledoblade – Read More

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