The Twitter phenomenon known as "MACtion" will be in play during November as the Mid-American Conference released a six-game, league-only football schedule that will feature only midweek games for the first three weeks.
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The Mid-American Conference will play a six-game, conference-only football schedule beginning on Nov. 4.
- 'MACtion' kicks off conference's six-game slate
- MAC to kick off six-game football season Nov. 4
- MAC presidents delay vote on fall football
- MAC is first FBS to nix fall football, eyes spring
No decision was made on a possible fall football season for the Mid-American Conference during Saturday's meeting of conference presidents, commissioner Jon Steinbrecher said in a statement.
With so many conferences postponing their season, the truth is, many players might never put on a college football uniform again.
The Mid-American Conference on Saturday became the first FBS conference to postpone the fall football season amid the coronavirus pandemic and will instead look to play in the spring.
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