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For the MAC men's basketball championship, see 2009 MAC Men's Basketball Tournament. 2009 Marathon MAC Championship Game Conference Championship 2009 Marathon MAC Championship Game Logo Ohio Bobcats Central Michigan Chippewas (9–3) (10–2) 10 20 Head coach:  Frank Solich Head coach:  Butch Jones 1 2 3 4 Total Ohio 7 0 3 0 10 Central Michigan 10 7 3 0 20 Date December 4, 2009 Season 2009 Stadium Ford Field Location Detroit, Michigan MVP Dan LeFevour Favorite CMU by 13 Referee Tony Cannella Attendance 23,714[ref 1] United States TV coverage Network ESPN2 Announcers: Joe Tessitore (play-by-play) Rod Gilmore (analysis) Quint Kessenich (sideline)[ref 2] MAC Championship Game  < 2008  2010 >  The 2009 Marathon MAC Championship Game was a college football game played by the Central Michigan Chippewas and the Ohio Bobcats. The game, sponsored by Marathon Oil, was the final regular season contest of the 2009 college football season for the Mid-American Conference. The game was held at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan, where it was moved to following the 2003 MAC Championship Game. The Ohio Bobcats were selected to represent the East Division by virtue of a tie-breaking head-to-head victory against the Temple Owls in the final game prior to the championship game. They ended the season with a 9–3 record, including 7–1 in MAC play. The West Division is represented by Central Michigan, who had a 10–2 record prior to the game, including a perfect 8–0 in the MAC. This game was a rematch of the 2006 game, where the Chippewas came out victorious in a 31–10 decision.[ref 3] Contents 1 Selection process 1.1 Central Michigan 1.2 Ohio 2 Notes 3 References Selection process 2009 Mid-American Conference football standings v · d · e   Conf       Overall Team W   L     W   L East Ohio xy 7 – 1     9 – 5 Temple x 7 – 1     9 – 4 Bowling Green 6 – 2     7 – 6 Kent State 4 – 4     5 – 7 Buffalo 3 – 5     5 – 7 Akron 2 – 6     3 – 9 Miami 1 – 7     1 – 11 West #23 Central Michigan x† 8 – 0     12 – 2 Northern Illinois 5 – 3     7 – 6 Western Michigan 4 – 4     5 – 7 Toledo 3 – 5     5 – 7 Ball State 2 – 6     2 – 10 Eastern Michigan 0 – 8     0 – 12 Championship: Central Michigan 20, Ohio 10 † – Conference champion x – Division champion/co-champions y – Championship game participant Rankings from AP Poll See also: MAC Championship Game The MAC Championship Game matches the winners of the East and West divisions of the Mid-American Conference. The game began in the 1997 season when the MAC added Northern Illinois and Marshall. This expanded the league to twelve teams, and therefore the conference was able to hold a conference championship game under National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) rules. The divisional champions are selected through a lengthy tiebreaker scenario.[ref 4] However, the scenario wasn't required as only two teams were tied in the East Division. Temple and Ohio both ended the season with a 7–1 conference record. Ohio's win over the Temple Owls in the final game of the regular season allowed the Bobcats to advance to the Championship Game. In the West Division, only the Central Michigan Chippewas finished the game with an 8–0 conference record, and would therefore be the team chosen to represent their division. Although no longer a member, Marshall currently holds the record for most MAC Championship Games won with 6, followed by Toledo with five wins. The inaugural 1997 game pitted these two teams against each other. This game was held on the campus of Marshall University. Marshall was the victor in this game with a 34–14 decision.[ref 5] The Thundering Herd would go on to win four of their next five championship games, with Toledo prevailing in the 2001 game. In 2004, the game was moved to Ford Field, providing a neutral site. Central Michigan Main article: 2009 Central Michigan Chippewas football team The Central Michigan Chippewas entered the 2009 college football season after going 8–5 during the 2008 season. Although that didn't earn them a bid into the 2008 MAC Championship Game, they were able to go to the 2008 Motor City Bowl, where they would lose to the Florida Atlantic Owls in a 21–24 decision.[ref 6] In the MAC Preseason Media Poll, the Chippewas received 154 points, and was chosen to win the West Division of the conference.[ref 7] Central Michigan began their 2009 season with a 6–19 loss to Arizona. However, in their next game against Big Ten opponent Michigan State, the Chippewas came out victorious, thanks to a game-ending field goal.[ref 8] In their home opener against the Braves of Alcorn State, the Chippewas had their way with a 48–0 victory, and they would end the first part of their out-of-conference season with a 2–1 record.[ref 9] They began conference play with a 48–21 victory over Akron, with starting quarterback Dan LeFevour having a hand in six of the seven Chippewa touchdowns.[ref 10] After that they traveled to Buffalo to post a 20–13 win over the Bulls. In the first quarter of the game, LeFevour broke Byron Leftwich's previous MAC record of 939 completions in a career.[ref 11] After victories over Eastern Michigan and Western Michigan, the Chippewas were able to claim the Michigan MAC Trophy for 2009. After a 24–10 victory over the Bowling Green Falcons, Central Michigan held a 5–0 conference record before traveling to Boston College for their final out-of-conference match-up.[ref 12] Although Central Michigan scored the first points on a 34-yard field goal, Boston College was able to contain LeFevour and the Chippewas. CMU ended up losing the contest to a final score of 10–31.[ref 13] The final three games on the Chippewas' schedule were three straight MAC contests, two of them held in Kelly/Shorts Stadium. The first of these three games was a high-scoring 56–28 victory over the Toledo Rockets.[ref 14] They followed that with a 35–3 victory over Ball State in Scheumann Stadium, and then returned home to defeat Northern Illinois in a 45–31 decision.[ref 15][ref 16] Ohio Main article: 2009 Ohio Bobcats football team After finishing the 2008 season with a dismal 4–8 record (including 3–5 in the conference), the Bobcats were able to make a comeback, finishing this season 9–3 with a 7–1 record in the conference. In the preseason media poll, the Bobcats were selected fourth in their division, receiving only 116 votes, in comparison to Buffalo, who was selected to win their division, earning 155 points.[ref 7] Along with the Chippewas, the Bobcats began their season with a loss, theirs coming 16–23 in the hands of UConn.[ref 17] However, they were able to win their next two out-of-conference games. In a contest against North Texas, the Bobcats were able come back to a 20–20 tie at the end of regulation. In the first overtime, both teams managed to score field goals, putting the game at 23–23 before the second overtime. In the second overtime, North Texas was able to score first on a 7 yard Cam Montgomery touchdown. Ohio answered back on a 15 yard pass from Theo Scott, however instead of a tradition extra point attempt, Ohio went for two points, once again a pass from Scott to wide receiver Taylor Price to seal the victory.[ref 18] In their next game, they faced Cal Poly in Athens and came out with a 28–10 victory.[ref 19] The Bobcats finished their out-of-conference season against Tennessee, losing that match 23–34.[ref 20] The Bobcats then began their MAC season against fellow East Division member Bowling Green. With two passing touchdowns and another running touchdown from Scott, Ohio was able to come out victorious with a 44–37 final score.[ref 21] Ohio then traveled to InfoCision Stadium, to visit the Akron Zips in their new home. They were able to upset the Zips, leaving with a 19–7 victory.[ref 22] After that game, they returned home to face the Miami RedHawks at Peden Stadium, and won 28–7.[ref 23] Their one conference loss came at the hands of Kent State, where they lost at home. The only scoring that was allowed by the Flashes was a 22 yard field goal by Matt Weller and an 87 yard punt return for a touchdown.[ref 24] The final four games of the season proved to be a launching pad for the Bobcats heading into the championship game. In a contest at Ball State, the Bobcats scored a touchdown with three minutes remaining to put them ahead 20–17.[ref 25] They were also able to win on the road against Buffalo in a nationally televised contest on ESPN2.[ref 26] The final two games of the Bobcats season were both played at home, where they defeated Northern Illinois by a score of 38–31 and Temple with a score of 35–17.[ref 27] That victory against Temple also became the tiebreaker which sent Ohio to the championship game.[ref 28] Notes References ^ "Ohio vs Central Michigan". Mid-American Conference. 2009-12-04. http://mac-sports.com/downloads1/361995.HTM?ATCLID=204844472&SPSID=42968&SPID=3802&DB_OEM_ID=9400. Retrieved 2009-12-02.  ^ Mid-American Conference (2009-12-02). "Mid-American Conference Football Weekly Release December 2, 2009". Press release. http://mac-sports.com/downloads1/361626.pdf. Retrieved 2009-12-06.  ^ "LeFevour, Central Mich. roll over Ohio in MAC title game". Associated Press. ESPN. 2006-11-30. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=263340195.  ^ "MAC Football Tiebreaker". Mid-American Conference. http://mac-sports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?ATCLID=1148024. Retrieved 2009-11-25.  ^ History.pdf "1997 Game Recap - Marshall 34, Toledo 14 (ESPN)". 2009 MAC Football Record Book. Mid-American Conference. 2009-09-25. p. 112. http://admin.xosn.com/fls/9400/Football/Championship History.pdf. Retrieved 2009-11-25. [dead link] ^ "Smith's 307 yards, two TDs lead Owls past Central Michigan". Associated Press. ESPN. 2008-12-26. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=283612117.  ^ a b Mid-American Conference (2009-07-31). "MAC Announces 2009 Football Preseason Poll". Press release. Archived from the original on 2009-09-10. http://www.webcitation.org/5jhFIxlCo. Retrieved 2009-09-08.  ^ "LeFevour sets MAC record as CMU stuns Michigan State". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-09-12. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=292550127.  ^ "Cent. Michigan 48, Alcorn St. 0". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-09-19. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=292622117.  ^ "Cent. Michigan 48, Akron 21". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-09-26. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=292692117.  ^ "Cent. Michigan 20, Buffalo 13". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-10-03. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=292762084.  ^ "Cent. Michigan 24, Bowling Green 10". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-10-24. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=292970189.  ^ "Former walk-on Aponavicius sets BC scoring record in win". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-10-31. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=293040103.  ^ "LeFevour accounts for 6 touchdowns in blowout of Toledo". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-11-11. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=293152117.  ^ "Cent. Michigan 35, Ball St. 3". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-11-18. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=293222050.  ^ "LeFevour throws for three TDs as Central Michigan downs Northern Illinois". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-11-27. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=293312117.  ^ "Frazer leads UConn over Ohio with 2 TD passes". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-09-05. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=292480195.  ^ "Ohio 31, North Texas 30, OT". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-09-12. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=292550249.  ^ "Ohio 28, Cal Poly 10". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-09-19. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=292620195.  ^ "Tennessee relies on passing game to beat Ohio". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-09-26. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=292692633.  ^ "Ohio 44, Bowling Green 37". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-10-03. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=292760189.  ^ "Ohio 19, Akron 7". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-10-10. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=292832006.  ^ "Ohio 28, Miami (Ohio) 7". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-10-17. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=292900195.  ^ "Kent St. 20, Ohio 11". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-10-24. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=292970195.  ^ "Ohio 20, Ball St. 17". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-10-31. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=293042050.  ^ "Weller field goal lifts Scott, Ohio past Buffalo". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-11-10. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=293142084.  ^ "Ohio 38, N. Illinois 31". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-11-21. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=293250195.  ^ "Scott helps Ohio to MAC title game vs. Central Michigan". Associated Press. ESPN. 2009-11-27. http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/recap?gameId=293310195.  v · d · e2009 Mid-American Conference football season Team seasons Akron · Ball State · Bowling Green · Buffalo · Central Michigan · Eastern Michigan · Kent State · Miami · Northern Illinois · Ohio · Temple · Toledo · Western Michigan Champion 2009 MAC Championship Game Bowl games Little Caesars Pizza Bowl · EagleBank Bowl · Humanitarian Bowl · International Bowl · GMAC Bowl v · d · eMAC Championship Game 1997 • 1998 • 1999 • 2000 • 2001 • 2002 • 2003 • 2004 • 2005 • 2006 • 2007 • 2008 • 2009 • 2010