MAC Media Day Available Live to Fans
DETROIT - The 2012 Mid-American Conference Football Media Day will give fans unprecedented access throughout the event through ESPN3 and social media.
For the first time, ESPN is an official part of the MAC Media Day experience, showing live from 8:45 a.m. through to the completion of the event. Western Michigan will be the focus on the live stream from 11:35-11:47 a.m. with head coach Bill Cubit as well as seniors Freddie Bishop and Alex Carder. The hosts will be Michael Reghi and Doug Graber.
The MAC is also asking fans to be a part of the day through Twitter. Tweet using the official hash tag #MACFBDay. Us this hash tag in your tweets and follow @ExperienceMAC over the next two days for updates about the entire event.
Submit questions for head coach Bill Cubit and/or Alex Carder/Freddie Bishop on Twitter to @kananmj using the hash tag #MACFBDay and/or #ThePowerofGold and we will answer them as quickly as possible. Start sending your questions now so we can get started first thing tomorrow morning. We also plan to send out live updates throughout the morning including pics, quick videos and quotes.
We will also announce where WMU Football is predicted to finish in the conference in 2012 at 8 a.m. exclusively via Twitter. To get the information, follow @kananmj. The full release will be made available along with interviews with coach and the players, and a "sights and sounds of MAC Media Day" video later in the day.