Taking The Field With Stevie Mac – Episode 36 – We Didn’t Earn College Football

On episode 36 of Taking the Field With Stevie Mac, Steven discusses Power 5 conferences making the decision to move football to the spring amid COVID-19.

Taking The Field With Stevie Mac – Episode 19 – Big Ten Football Coach Rankings

On episode 19 of Taking the Field With Stevie Mac, Steven looks at the Big Ten football coach rankings by CBS Sports and Tom Fornelli

Taking The Field With Stevie Mac – Episode 18 – How the Wolverines Become A Contender

On episode 18 of Taking the Field With Stevie Mac, Steven looks into the article by ESPN explaining how top teams can become serious contenders this 2020 college football season.

Taking The Field With Stevie Mac – Episode 17 – Big Ten Football Strength of Schedule

On episode 17 of Taking the Field With Stevie Mac, Steven looks at the CBS Sports strength of schedule rankings for Big Ten football in 2020.

Taking The Field With Stevie Mac – Episode 16 – The NCAA Is Heading For Divorce

On episode 16 of Taking the Field With Stevie Mac, Steven takes you inside the CBS Sports article outlining the potential divorce between the NCAA and its Power 5 conferences.

Taking The Field With Stevie Mac – Episode 9 – Ten Years In The Big Ten

On Episode 9 of Taking The Field With Stevie Mac, Steven discusses the reality of Michigan Football under Jim Harbaugh and why it’s not such a bad thing.

Taking The Field With Stevie Mac – Episode 3 – Not So Happy Valley Showdown

On this episode of Taking the Field With Stevie Mac, Steven Talks about the prime time showdown between Michigan & Penn State and whether it’s a big game or not. Then he introduces his “Is This For Real” segment where he discusses the struggling MSU football program and whether or not Mark Dantonio should be fired. Lastly, he does his Big Ten Football picks vs the Twitter polls.

Taking The Field With Stevie Mac – Episode 2 – NFL “Officiating”?

On this episode of Taking the Field With Stevie Mac, Steven rants about the dumpster fire that is NFL “officiating”. Then he admits he (along with Michigan’s offense) has turned a corner this season.