A look around the MAC
A league that had never sent more than two squads to the postseason reaped five bowl bids this year.
In the end, however, none of it mattered. Handicapped by poor locations and unpredictable fan bases, the bowl-starved MAC finally got its due. A league that had never sent more than two squads to the postseason reaped five bowl bids this year.
"Three times in the past six years we had a 10-win team sit home," MAC commissioner Rick Chryst said Nov. 16. "Sometimes your opportunities come a year late. Those 10-win teams that didn't go anywhere are a big reason why we're enjoying the opportunities we have now."
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