2019 MAC Football Pick ‘Em: Week 6

Happy Monday! Let’s make some picks.

This week, there are two Mid-American Conference teams on bye — Akron and Miami. There are a pair of MAC-at-Power 5 games on national television, but all the good stuff is either behind ESPN+’s paywall, or on ESPN3. This is when things get interesting for this league.

Saturday, October 5
Game Time (ET) TV/Stream
Kent State at Wisconsin noon ESPNU
EMU at CMU 3 p.m. ESPN+
Ball State at NIU 3:30 p.m. ESPN3
Ohio at Buffalo 3:30 p.m. ESPN+
WMU at Toledo 3:30 p.m. ESPN+
BGSU at Notre Dame 3:30 p.m. NBC

As per usual, the non-conference games are worth one point each and the divisional games are worth three each. Then there are chances to get four points for high and low scoring teams, two points for the normal shenanigans seen on this year’s Pick ‘Em, and the infamous “pick six” portion of this thing. You can get up to 40 points this week.

HOUSE RULES 

  • Deadline for entries will always be as soon as the games for that week kick-off. For this week, I’ll stop taking submissions as soon as the Saturday games begin at noon.
  • Your entry with the latest timestamp is the one that matters the most. So you can make your picks on Monday, then submit new picks on Wednesday, but I’m only accepting Wednesday’s picks.

Click here if you’re looking for Week 5 Pick ‘Em results.

Click here if you’re looking for the complete Pick ‘Em leaderboard.

Click here if you’re looking for the current MAC standings.

Click here if the form below doesn’t work for you.

Good luck!

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