MAC Football Media Days LIVE Online Tuesday
The Mid-American Conference and ESPN have announced Tuesday's 2012 MAC Football Media Day will be shown LIVE nationally on ESPN3.
The event will highlight the league's annual kickoff event at Ford Field in Detroit, Mich. MAC Media Day coverage on ESPN3 will kick off a record number of exclusive MAC events available live on the network with over 15 games scheduled for the upcoming season. The event will be carried live from 8:30 a.m. to Noon and will feature each of the league's head coaches as well as selected student-athletes from the 13 football institutions.
Not only will MAC Football fans around the country be able to watch the live show previewing the upcoming 2012 season, but they will also have the opportunity to interact with the head coaches, student-athletes and league office regarding media day.
The MAC will post updates throughout the day using its Twitter and Facebook feeds. The official twitter hashtag for the 2012 MAC Football Media Day and ESPN3 coverage is #MACFBDay. Official tweets will include this hashtag and all media and fans are also asked to use it in their tweets related to the event and when sending questions to their favorite coaches and student-athletes.
A multitude of outlets exist to interact with the Mid-American Conference. Follow us on Twitter (@MACSports) and send us a @reply or you can like us on Facebook and write on our wall.
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