MAC Announces Remainder Of 2016 Television Schedule

MAC Announces Remainder Of 2016 Television Schedule

MAC ANNOUNCES REMAINDER OF 2016 FOOTBALL TELEVISION SCHEDULE
  
DETROIT, Mich. – The Mid-American Conference (MAC) announced today the remainder of its expanded television sublicensing schedule with 20 additional games for the 2016 football season. Highlighting the schedule are five additional games that will be televised nationally by CBS Sports Network.
 
Through the MAC’s national television partnership with ESPN, additional national and regional television networks have partnered with the MAC for expanded coverage. Games will be featured on national television partner, CBS Sports Network, and regional networks Time Warner Cable SportsChannel, Buckeye Cable Sports Network and the American Sports Network throughout the season.
 
2016 MAC Sublicensing Football Schedule:
 
Saturday, Sept. 10
• North Dakota at Bowling Green, 3:30 pm ET (American Sports Network)
 
Saturday, Sept. 17
• Middle Tennessee at Bowling Green, Noon ET (American Sports Network)
• Western Kentucky at Miami, 3:30 pm ET (Buckeye Cable Sports Network/Time Warner Cable SportsChannel)
 
Saturday, Sept. 24
• American Sports Network (12-day selection), 3:30 pm ET
 
Saturday, Oct. 1
• CBS Sports Network (12-day selection), Noon or 7:00 pm ET
• American Sports Network (12-day selection), 3:30 pm ET
• Buckeye Cable Sports Network/Time Warner Cable SportsChannel (12-day selection), time TBA
 
Saturday, Oct. 8
• CBS Sports Network (12-day selection), 6:30 pm ET
• American Sports Network (12-day selection), 3:30 pm ET
• Buckeye Cable Sports Network/Time Warner Cable SportsChannel (12-day selection), time TBA
 
Saturday, Oct. 15
• CBS Sports Network (12-day selection), 3:30 pm ET
• American Sports Network (12-day selection), 3:30 pm ET
 
Saturday, Oct. 22
• American Sports Network (12-day selection), 3:30 pm ET
• Buckeye Cable Sports Network/Time Warner Cable SportsChannel (12-day selection), Noon or 7:00 pm ET
 
Thursday, Oct. 27
• Akron at Buffalo, 7:30 pm ET (CBS Sports Network) or (Buckeye Cable Sports Network/Time Warner Cable SportsChannel)
• Ohio at Toledo, 7:30 pm ET (CBS Sports Network) or (Buckeye Cable Sports Network/Time Warner Cable SportsChannel)
 
Saturday, Oct. 29
• CBS Sports Network (12-day selection), Noon ET
• American Sports Network (12-day selection), 3:30 pm ET
 
Saturday, Nov. 19
• American Sports Network (12-day selection), 3:30 pm ET
 
Friday, Nov. 25
• CBS Sports Network (12-day selection), Noon ET
 
In addition, games televised by Time Warner Cable SportsChannel, Buckeye Cable Sports Network and American Sports Network will also be available on ESPN3 and the Watch ESPN app.

About the MAC
Founded in 1946, the Mid-American Conference is an NCAA Division I, 12 full-member conference that sponsors 23 championships and is one of ten members of the Football Bowl Sub-division (FBS). With total enrollment of nearly 300,000 students, the league represents institutions of higher learning in five states - Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, New York, and Ohio. The conference office is based in Cleveland, Ohio.

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