Many of the Mid-American Conference’s top football teams avoid playing each other in the regular season, a scheduling misfortune that robs fans of main event-type entertainment.
Thus, this week’s I-75 Rivalry, which features a couple of title contenders, is being viewed as a showpiece game around the league. But options are scarce for fans wanting to watch it: Make the trek to BG’s Doyt Perry Stadium or cross fingers one’s Internet provider carries ESPN3.
For the second straight season the University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University will square off on a computer monitor instead of a TV screen, reducing the shine of a series that will celebrate its 78th installment on Saturday.
More in tomorrow’s Blade
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