2018 MAC tournament slate wasn’t ideal for big drawsWith Kent State entering the postseason at 15 16, Akron getting bounced in the quarterfinals, and Ohio and Bowling Green not even making it to the Quicken Loans Arena portion of the tournament, the Mid American Conference didn’t have an ideal set of pairings for its men’s tourney last week. If you factor in the four first round games, which are playedon the campuses of the higher seeded teams, the total attendance for eight MAC tournament sessions is 21,469, or an average of 2,684. (The four first round games drew crowds that ranged from 897 to 2,024, which brought down the norm quite a bit.).
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And there she was last week, bawling out the UW’s athletic director for speaking ill of the University of Nike, otherwise known as Oregon. A sore AD Scott Woodward, likely in anticipation of the drubbing his football Huskies indeed got from the No. 1 Ducks, called Oregon in a pre game chat a “once great academic university” that had declined in academic standing while its sports programs were, he implied, getting all the juice.