Friday Feb 03, 2023

WATCH MAC Football 2022 LIVE: How to Stream Every Game Online


 

Here we have the 2022 MAC Football live stream, TV schedule, teams, and other info of the tournament. The Mid-America Conference Football, also known as the MAC Football is already on the way. as the 2022 version will kick off on September 1.

The 2022 conference season will kick off Saturday, September 10 as Ball State hosts Western Michigan and will conclude with the 26th MAC Football Championship game on Saturday, December 3rd (ESPN, Noon ET).  This will mark the 19th MAC Football Championship game at Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions.

Tournament Preview:

Following an original decision to postpone the start of the football season due to the wide spread of the coronavirus, the Mid-America Conference has resumed play as of this week.

The new season will begin with several midweek games that will be broadcast live during primetime on Wednesday.

The Mid-American Conference (MAC) will use winning percentages as the deciding factor for divisional tiebreakers since the coronavirus could compel the conference to postpone games.

After that, they will move on to the results of the individual matchups. In the event that it was necessary, MAC would utilize its standard procedure to break the tie.

The 2021 conference season was won by Kent State in the East Division, while Northern Illinois won the West Division.

MAC Football 2022 TV Schedule:

The tournament will start on Thursday, September 1. In the first game, St. Francis (PA) will be playing against Akron. The tournament will come to an end on December 3 with the finals.

All remaining game times and television will be announced 12 days prior to the scheduled game. Games will air on ESPN networks (ESPN/ESPN2/ESPNU/ESPN+/ESPN3), CBS Sports Network and NFL Network.

Thursday, September 1

  • St. Francis (PA) at Akron, 6 pm ET (ESPN3)
  • Central Michigan at Oklahoma State, 7 pm ET (FS1)
  • LIU at Toledo, 7 pm ET (ESPN3)
  • Ball State at Tennessee, 7 pm ET (SEC Network)
  • Eastern Illinois at NIU, 8 pm ET/7 pm CT (ESPN+)

Friday, September 2

  • Eastern Kentucky at Eastern Michigan, 7 pm ET (ESPN3)
  • Western Michigan at Michigan State, 7 pm ET (ESPN)

Saturday, September 3

  • Buffalo at Maryland, Noon (Big Ten Network)
  • Bowling Green at UCLA, 2:30 pm ET (Pac-12 Network)
  • Florida Atlantic at Ohio, 6 pm ET (ESPN+)
  • Miami at Kentucky, 7 pm ET (ESPN+)
  • Kent State at Washington, 10:30 pm ET (FS1)

Saturday, September 10

  • Ohio at Penn State, Noon ET (ABC)
  • South Alabama at Central Michigan, 1 pm ET (ESPN+)
  • Western Michigan at Ball State, 2 pm ET (ESPN+)
  • Akron at Michigan State, 4 pm ET (Big Ten Network)
  • Eastern Kentucky at Bowling Green, 4 pm ET (ESPN3)
  • Holy Cross at Buffalo, 6 pm ET (ESPN+)
  • Robert Morris at Miami, 6 pm ET (ESPN3)
  • Eastern Michigan at Louisiana, 7 pm ET (Network TBD)
  • Kent State at Oklahoma, 7 pm ET (ESPN+)
  • NIU at Tulsa, 7 pm ET / 6 pm CT (ESPN+)
  • UMass at Toledo, 7 pm ET (ESPN+)

Saturday, September 17

  • LIU at Kent State, Noon ET
  • Cincinnati at Miami (Paul Brown Stadium – Cincinnati, Ohio), Noon ET (ESPNU)
  • Buffalo at Coastal Carolina, 1 pm ET (ESPN+)
  • Bucknell at Central Michigan, 1 pm ET (ESPN3)
  • Murray State at Ball State, 2 pm (ESPN+)
  • Ohio at Iowa State, 2 pm ET (ESPN+)
  • Vanderbilt at NIU, 3:30 pm ET / 2:30 pm CT (CBS Sports Network)
  • Marshall at Bowling Green, 5 pm ET (Network TBD)
  • Akron at Tennessee, 7 pm ET (ESPN+)
  • Toledo at Ohio State. 7 pm ET (FOX)
  • Pittsburgh at Western Michigan, 7:30 pm ET (ESPNU)
  • Eastern Michigan at Arizona State, 11 pm ET (Pac-12 Network)

Saturday, September 24

  • Kent State at Georgia, Noon (ESPN+)
  • Western Michigan at San Jose State, 10:30 pm ET (CBS Sports Network)
  • Central Michigan at Penn State, TBD (Big Ten Network)
  • Miami at Northwestern, TBD (Big Ten Network)
  • Toledo at San Diego State, TBD (Fox Sports Networks)
  • Buffalo at Eastern Michigan, TBD
  • Akron at Liberty, TBD
  • Ball State at Georgia Southern, TBD
  • Bowling Green at Mississippi State, TBD
  • NIU at Kentucky, TBD
  • Fordham at Ohio, TBD

Saturday, October 1

  • UMass at Eastern Michigan, 2 pm ET (12-day TV selection)
  • Central Michigan at Toledo, 3:30 pm ET (12-day TV selection)
  • Bowling Green at Akron, 3:30 pm ET (12-day TV selection)
  • Miami at Buffalo, 3:30 pm ET (12-day TV selection)
  • Ohio at Kent State, 3:30 pm ET (12-day TV selection)
  • NIU at Ball State, TBD
  • New Hampshire at Western Michigan, TBD

Saturday, October 8

  • Akron at Ohio, 2 pm ET (12-day selection)
  • Ball State at Central Michigan, 3:30 pm ET (12-day TV selection)
  • Toledo at NIU, 3:30 pm ET/2:30 pm CT (12-day TV selection)
  • Buffalo at Bowling Green, TBD
  • Kent State at Miami, TBD
  • Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan, TBD

Saturday, October 15

  • Ohio at Western Michigan, 3:30 pm ET (12-day TV selection)
  • Central Michigan at Akron, TBD
  • NIU at Eastern Michigan, TBD
  • Kent State at Toledo, TBD
  • Miami at Bowling Green, TBD
  • UConn at Ball State, TBD
  • Buffalo at UMass, TBD

Saturday, October 22

  • Eastern Michigan at Ball State, 2 pm ET (12-day TV selection)
  • NIU at Ohio, TBD
  • Toledo at Buffalo, TBD
  • Western Michigan at Miami, TBD
  • Akron at Kent State, TBD
  • Bowling Green at Central Michigan, TBD

Saturday, October 29

  • Toledo at Eastern Michigan, TBD
  • Miami at Akron, TBD

Tuesday, November 1

  • Ball State at Kent State, 7 pm ET/7:30 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU)
  • Buffalo at Ohio, 7 pm ET/7:30 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU)

Wednesday, November 2

  • Central Michigan at NIU, 7 pm ET / 6 pm CT (ESPN2/ESPNU)
  • Western Michigan at Bowling Green, 7 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU)

Tuesday, November 8

  • Ball State at Toledo, 7 pm / 7:30 pm / 8 pm ET (ESPN/ESPN2/CBSSN)
  • Eastern Michigan at Akron, 7 pm / 7:30 pm / 8 pm ET (ESPN/ESPN2/CBSSN)
  • Ohio at Miami, 7 pm / 7:30 pm / 8 pm ET (ESPN/ESPN2/CBSSN)

Wednesday, November 9

  • NIU at Western Michigan, 7 pm ET / 6 pm CT (ESPN2/ESPNU/CBSSN)
  • Buffalo at Central Michigan, 7 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU/CBBSN)
  • Kent State at Bowling Green, 7 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU/CBSSN)

Tuesday, November 15

  • Bowling Green at Toledo, 7 pm (ESPN2/ESPNU)
  • Ohio at Ball State, 7 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU)

Wednesday, November 16

  • Eastern Michigan at Kent State, 6 pm ET/7 pm ET/8 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU/CBSSN)
  • Western Michigan at Central Michigan, 6 pm ET/7 pm ET/8 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU/CBSSN)
  • Miami at NIU, 7 pm – 8 pm ET/6 pm-7 pm CT (ESPN2/ESPNU)

Saturday, November 19

  • Akron at Buffalo, 3:30 pm ET (CBS Sports Network)

Tuesday, November 22

  • Ball State at Miami, 7 pm ET (ESPNU/ESPN+)
  • Bowling Green at Ohio, 7 pm ET (ESPNU/ESPN+)

Friday, November 25

  • Central Michigan at Eastern Michigan, Noon ET (ESPNU/CBSSN)
  • Toledo at Western Michigan, Noon ET (ESPNU/CBSSN)

Saturday, November 26

  • Akron at NIU, TBD
  • Kent State at Buffalo, TBD

Saturday, December 3

  • MAC Football Championship Game, Noon ET (ESPN)

MAC Football 2022 Live Stream Guide:

The tournament will broadcast on different TV channels. ESPN will be airing most of the matches of the tournament including the final. You will be able to watch the MAC Football live stream on ESPN+.

CBS has brought the right to broadcast a handful amount of games of the MAC Football 2022 on their channel. ABC, SECN, BTN, and Fox Sports are some other places, where some of the matches will be broadcasted.

Teams and Coaches:

Team Head Coach
Akron Joe Moorhead
Ball State Mike Neu
Bowling Green Scot Loeffler
Buffalo Maurice Linguist
Central Michigan Jim McElwain
Eastern Michigan Chris Creighton
Kent State Sean Lewis
Miami Chuck Martin
Northern Illinois Thomas Hammock
Ohio Tim Albin
Toledo Jason Candle
Western Michigan Tim Lester

Conclusion:

MAC Football 2022 offers the world some of the best NCCA Football players and teams. The teams with the best strategy and performers take the trophy home. You will also see some potential stars that will be leading football in the future. So, if you are a football fan, watch the tournament live.



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