CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Mid-American Conference announced today (June 18) several football starting times and television affiliations for its 13 member schools in 2013.

Thus far, Coach Don Treadwell’s Miami RedHawks are scheduled for five TV games, including two night contests that will be played under the lights at Yager Stadium. Kickoff times for three other Miami home games—Sept. 21 vs. Cincinnati, Oct. 5 vs. Central Michigan and Oct. 19 vs. Akron—will be announced at a later date.  

All MAC home games (both conference and non-conference) that currently do not have a television partner listed at this time are still under consideration for a 12-day selection by ESPN.

Miami’s 2013 home football schedule begins on Sept. 21 at Yager Stadium, when the RedHawks host non-conference rival Cincinnati.  Season tickets are on sale now at Miami’s Athletic Ticket Office inside Millett Hall. Call (513) 529-HAWK or order tickets online here.

 

2013 Miami University Football Schedule

August

31           at Marshall, 7:00 pm ET (CBS Sports Network)

September

 7            at Kentucky, TBA

21           Cincinnati, TBA

28           at Illinois, TBA

October

5            *Central Michigan, TBA

12          *at UMass, 3 p.m. ET

19          *Akron, TBA

26          *at Ohio, 2 p.m. ET

November

5              *Bowling Green, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU)

13           *at Kent State, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU)

19           *Buffalo, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU)

29           *at Ball State, TBA (ESPNU/ESPN3)

*Mid-American Conference game

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The entire MAC schedule:

2013 MAC Football Schedule (composite by date)

All times listed ET

*Conference Game

#ESPN Multiple-Game Selection Date (an ESPN weekday multiple-game selection date will be announced 12 days prior to the listed date.  One (1) game will be selected by each ESPN service listed).

Aug. 29 – Thursday

Liberty at Kent State, 6:00 pm ET (ESPN3)

Illinois State at Ball State, 7:00 pm ET (ESPN3)

Tulsa at Bowling Green, 7:00 pm ET (ESPNU)

Akron at Central Florida, TBA

Aug. 30 – Friday

Western Michigan at Michigan State, 8:00 pm ET (Big Ten Network)

 

Aug. 31 – Saturday

Buffalo at Ohio State, Noon ET (ESPN2)

UMass at Wisconsin, Noon ET (Big Ten Network)

Central Michigan at Michigan, 3:30 pm ET (Big Ten Network)

Northern Illinois at Iowa, 3:30 pm ET (Big Ten Network)

Howard at Eastern Michigan, 6:00 pm ET (ESPN3)

Miami at Marshall, 7:00 pm ET (CBS Sports Network)

Toledo at Florida, TBA

Sep. 1 – Sunday

Ohio at Louisville, 3:30 pm ET (ESPN)

Sep. 7 – Saturday

Army at Ball State, Noon ET (ESPN3)

*Bowling Green at Kent State, Noon ET (ESPN Regional/ESPN Plus/ESPN Game Plan/ESPN3/WatchESPN)

Eastern Michigan at Penn State, Noon ET (Big Ten Network)

Maine at UMass, 2:00 pm ET (ESPN3)

New Hampshire at Central Michigan, 3:00 pm ET (ESPN3)

Buffalo at Baylor, 3:30 pm ET (Fox Sports Net)

James Madison at Akron, 6:00 pm ET (ESPN3)

Nicholls State at Western Michigan, 7:00 pm ET (ESPN3)

North Texas at Ohio, 7:00 pm ET (ESPN3)

Miami at Kentucky, TBA

Toledo at Missouri, TBA

Sep. 14 – Saturday

Akron at Michigan, Noon ET (Big Ten Network)

Bowling Green at Indiana, Noon ET (ESPNU)

Stony Brook at Buffalo, 3:30 pm ET (ESPN3)

Ball State at North Texas, 4:00 pm ET (Fox Sports Net)

Eastern Washington at Toledo, 7:00 pm ET (ESPN3)

UMass at Kansas State, 7:00 pm ET

Marshall at Ohio, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN3)

Western Michigan at Northwestern, 9:00 pm ET (Big Ten Network)

Central Michigan at UNLV, TBA

Eastern Michigan at Rutgers, TBA

Kent State at LSU, TBA

Northern Illinois at Idaho, TBA

Sep. 21 - Saturday

*Toledo at Central Michigan, Noon ET (ESPN Regional/ESPN Plus/ESPN Game Plan/ESPN3/WatchESPN)

Vanderbilt at UMass, Noon ET

*Ball State at Eastern Michigan, 1:00 pm ET

Austin Peay at Ohio, 2:00 pm ET

Murray State at Bowling Green, 3:30 pm ET

Louisiana-Lafayette at Akron, 6:00 pm ET

Cincinnati at Miami, TBA

Eastern Illinois at Northern Illinois, TBA

Kent State at Penn State, TBA

Western Michigan at Iowa, TBA

Sep. 28 – Saturday

Northern Illinois at Purdue, Noon ET

*Toledo at Ball State, 3:00 pm ET

UConn at Buffalo, 3:30 pm ET

*Kent State at Western Michigan, 7:00 pm ET

*Akron at Bowling Green, TBA

Central Michigan at North Carolina State, TBA

Miami at Illinois, TBA

Oct. 5 – Saturday

*Eastern Michigan at Buffalo, Noon ET (ESPN Regional/ESPN Plus/ESPN Game Plan/ESPN3/WatchESPN)

*Ohio at Akron, 2:00 pm ET

*Western Michigan at Toledo, 3:00 pm ET

*Northern Illinois at Kent State, 3:30 pm ET

*UMass at Bowling Green, 3:30 pm ET

Ball State at Virginia, TBA

*Central Michigan at Miami, TBA

Oct. 12 - Saturday

Eastern Michigan at Army, Noon ET (CBS Sports Network)

*Buffalo at Western Michigan, 2:00 pm ET

*Central Michigan at Ohio, 2:00 pm ET

*Kent State at Ball State, 3:00 pm ET

*Miami at UMass, 3:00 pm ET

*Akron at Northern Illinois, TBA

Bowling Green at Mississippi State, TBA

Oct. 19 - Saturday

*Ohio at Eastern Michigan, 1:00 pm ET

*Ball State at Western Michigan, 2:00 pm ET

*Northern Illinois at Central Michigan, 3:00 pm ET

*UMass at Buffalo, 3:30 pm ET (Time Warner Cable SportsChannel)

Navy at Toledo, 7:00 pm ET

*Akron at Miami, TBA

Kent State at South Alabama, TBA

Oct. 26 – Saturday

*Ball State at Akron, Noon ET (ESPN Regional/ESPN Plus/ESPN Game Plan/ESPN3/WatchESPN)

*Miami at Ohio, 2:00 pm ET

*Western Michigan at UMass, 3:00 pm ET

*Buffalo at Kent State, TBA

*Eastern Michigan at Northern Illinois, TBA

*Toledo at Bowling Green, TBA

Nov. 2 – Saturday

*Northern Illinois at UMass, Noon ET (ESPN Regional/ESPN Plus/ESPN Game Plan/ESPN3/WatchESPN)

*Kent State at Akron, 3:30 pm ET

*Eastern Michigan at Toledo, 7:00 pm ET

Nov. 5 – Tuesday

#*Bowling Green at Miami, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU)

#*Ohio at Buffalo, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU)

Nov. 6 – Wednesday

*Central Michigan at Ball State, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2)

Nov. 9 – Saturday

*Western Michigan at Eastern Michigan, 1:00 pm ET

Nov. 12 – Tuesday

#*Buffalo at Toledo, 7:30 pm ET (ESPNU/ESPN3)

#*Ohio at Bowling Green, 7:30 pm ET (ESPNU/ESPN3)

 

Nov. 13 – Wednesday

#*Ball State at Northern Illinois, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU)

#*Miami at Kent State, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU)

Nov. 16 – Saturday

*Central Michigan at Western Michigan, Noon ET (ESPN Regional/ESPN Plus/ESPN Game Plan/ESPN3/WatchESPN)

*Akron at UMass, 1:00 pm ET

Nov. 19 – Tuesday

#*Buffalo at Miami, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU)

#*Kent State at Ohio, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/ESPNU)

Nov. 20 – Wednesday

*Northern Illinois at Toledo, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2)

Nov. 23 – Saturday

*Bowling Green at Eastern Michigan, 1:00 pm ET

*UMass at Central Michigan, 1:00 pm ET

 

Nov. 26 – Tuesday

*Western Michigan at Northern Illinois, 7:00 pm ET (ESPN2)

 

Nov. 29 – Friday

#*Bowling Green at Buffalo, TBA (ESPNU/ESPN3)

#*Eastern Michigan at Central Michigan, TBA (ESPNU/ESPN3)

#*UMass at Ohio, TBA (ESPNU/ESPN3)

#*Miami at Ball State, TBA (ESPNU/ESPN3)

#*Toledo at Akron, TBA (ESPNU/ESPN3)

Dec. 6 – Friday

East Division Champion vs. West Division Champion

Marathon MAC Championship Game, 8:00 pm ET (ESPN2/WatchESPN)

At Ford Field in Detroit, Mich.

Dec. 21 – Saturday

Famous Idaho Potato Bowl—MAC vs. MWC, 5:30 pm ET (ESPN)

Dec. 26 – Thursday

Little Caesars Pizza Bowl – MAC vs. Big Ten, 6:00 pm ET (ESPN)

Jan. 5 – Sunday

Go Daddy Bowl – MAC vs. Sun Belt, 9:00 pm ET (ESPN)

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