MAC football schedule 2020: New matchups, dates released

By Brian Wilmer -

The MAC has released their revised 2020 football schedule, which includes six games against conference opponents only.

The revised 2020 MAC football schedule will begin on Wednesday, Nov. 4 with six games:

Ball State at Miami
Eastern Michigan at Kent State
Western Michigan at Akron
Bowling Green at Toledo
Buffalo at Northern Illinois
Ohio at Central Michigan

The 2020 MAC Football Championship Game will be played on either Friday, Dec. 18 at Ford Field in Detroit.

Game times and television designations will be determined and announced at a later date.

Below is the complete 2020 MAC football schedule, plus links to each team’s individual schedule.

2020 MAC Football Schedules

East Division

West Division

2020 MAC Football Schedule (revised Oct. 7)

Wednesday, Nov. 4
Ball State at Miami
Eastern Michigan at Kent State
Western Michigan at Akron
Bowling Green at Toledo
Buffalo at Northern Illinois
Ohio at Central Michigan

Tuesday, Nov. 10
Akron at Ohio
Kent State at Bowling Green
Miami at Buffalo

Wednesday, Nov. 11
Central Michigan at Northern Illinois
Eastern Michigan at Ball State
Toledo at Western Michigan

Tuesday, Nov. 17
Akron at Kent State
Buffalo at Bowling Green
Ohio at Miami

Wednesday, Nov. 18
Northern Illinois at Ball State
Toledo at Eastern Michigan
Western Michigan at Central Michigan

Saturday, Nov. 28
Ball State at Toledo
Central Michigan at Eastern Michigan
Northern Illinois at Western Michigan
Bowling Green at Ohio
Kent State at Buffalo
Miami at Akron

Saturday, Dec. 5
Ball State at Central Michigan
Eastern Michigan at Western Michigan
Toledo at Northern Illinois
Bowling Green at Akron
Buffalo at Ohio
Kent State at Miami

Saturday, Dec. 12
Central Michigan at Toledo
Northern Illinois at Eastern Michigan
Western Michigan at Ball State
Akron at Buffalo
Miami at Bowling Green
Ohio at Kent State

Friday, Dec. 18
MAC Football Championship Game – Ford Field (Detroit, Mich.) Time: TBD

MAC Football Schedule

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Comments (3)

You really might not be far off on that one. Toledo is looking for a big bounce-back year after last year’s 6-6 finish following four straight bowl trips under Coach Candle.

I would have Buffalo play EMU and Kent State play NIU as crossovers.

The former would be scheduled for December 12 alongside Akron-Kent State, Ball State-Northern Illinois, Bowling Green-Toledo, Central Michigan-Western Michigan, and Miami U-Ohio.