Kentucky could’ve scheduled a better team for less money and without a return trip… this one is just a head scratcher.
Pretty meager exibition of scheduling. I don’t know if it’s money or some inside connection in the athletic department, but we now have two more “ho hum” home non-conference games. Plus, we have a potentially tricky trip to a MAC school in Michigan. Not impressed!
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What will be the attendance over/under for the game @ EMU? I’ll say “4,350”.
Game? That’s more than they’ll get all season in true butts in the seats.
I say they have a shot @ 10,000 counting both cheeks.
I will be there, traveling from San Diego, yes I will and I will also spend quality time hunting Turkey and Pheasant.
Go Aztecs !!!!
The MAC finally figured out not to have teams travel to UMass on a short week. Of course, this is UMass’s last year in the MAC, so it’s too little too late.
can you just post who bowling green will play in mac titlle game on dec.4th????????
Four teams are still in it, won’t be known until after they play: Northern Illinois, Toledo, Central Michigan, and Western Michigan.
MSU already played at CMU and will play at WMU this season, they’ve honored the deal so far but if that gets them out of entering Ypsi good on ’em. Mizzou is wayyyyyyyyyyyy overpaying for these W’s.
This is a bad move by EMU,they needed that home game against MSU. The guarantee was that a game had major sellout potential instead of the usual 1,000 or less that EMU draws,especially towards the end of the season.