For the first time since the Mid-American Conference announced the return of football this fall on Sept. 25, the Miami RedHawks felt like football players again.
Last April, Nike Sibande entered the transfer portal, eventually deciding to play at the University of Pittsburgh. He filed for a transfer waiver to be able to play for Pitt this season, as opposed to sitting out a year in occurrence with the standard transfer rules, but the NCAA denied his request. Sibande is now appealing the NCAA's decision.
On Sept. 25, the Mid-American Conference brought back football after initially deciding to postpone it to the spring. Now, it’s left with a lot of planning to do and a lot of uncertainty to deal with.
I’ve watched the Bengals get to their first round of playoff games and lose many times. The Reds have followed in those footsteps.
Disappointment ran high in the Miami community when the Mid-American Conference (MAC) postponed its fall sports season early last month, but recent developments have led to MAC football starting in November. Here's a look at each conference's outlook in 2020.
In early August, the MAC postponed all fall sports to the spring to protect the well-being of student-athletes from COVID-19. Last Friday, the presidents of all the MAC schools voted unanimously to play football starting in November. So what changed?
The football season is scheduled to begin Nov. 4. It was originally postponed Aug. 8.
The conference will begin play no later than Nov. 20.
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Athletics administrators around the country have a lot of questions to answer due to COVID-19.
Twenty-seven student-athletes have tested positive for COVID-19 after many attended an off-campus social gathering more than a week ago, according to an email from Miami University President Greg Crawford.
The novel coronavirus completely knocked the wind out of the sports world, but one of my favorite elements of the games has remained: uniform reveals.
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“I think it’s a really great opportunity to create this cool story and show who we actually are,” Jack Sorenson said. “It’s going to be really cool next season, because coming out, you’re going to be able to see real clearly what teams have been training — the teams that actually wanted it — and the teams that didn’t."