The Mississippi Association of Community and Junior Colleges (MACJC) and Stockyard Productions, LLC (www.jucoweekly.org) have partnered with Mississippi Public Broadcasting to televise a thirty minute weekly football program titled “Inside Mississippi JUCO Football”, spotlighting Mississippi Community & Junior College Football.
Inside Mississippi JUCO Football will televise 12, 30-minute programs on Wednesday evenings at 10 p.m. beginning Sept. 4 and concluding Dec. 4. Complete show schedule listed at the bottom of this release.
The show will be taped primarily on the community and junior college campuses across the state. The show will feature game of the week highlights in which each college will be featured at least once complete with player and coaches interviews, a league-wide scoreboard, standings, player and team statistics and rankings, league headlines, game action photos from around the MACJC and recruiting reports on current MACJC student athletes.
Another feature on the show will be the “Community College Spotlight” which will focus on the many educational and professional job training courses that each of the community and junior colleges provide for students.
Inside Mississippi JUCO Football in-studio host will be Travis Recek of both FOX40 Sports Jackson and WLBT Sports Jackson. Recek has reported on multiple MACJC athletic stories and MACJC student athletes during his work in the Mississippi market.
The show will also feature a “Where Did They Go” segment showcasing former MACJC student athletes that have moved onto playing at senior colleges and universities, and professional sports.
Sept. 4, East Mississippi CC @ Pearl River CC
Sept. 11, East Central CC @ East Mississippi CC
Sept. 18, Pearl River CC @ Jones County CC
Sept. 25, Jones County CC @ Gulf Coast CC
Oct. 2, Northwest CC @ Itawamba CC
Oct. 9, Coahoma CC @ Northeast CC
Oct. 16, Mississippi Delta CC @ East Central CC
Oct. 23, Holmes CC @ Hinds CC
Oct. 30, Southwest CC @ Copiah Lincoln CC
Nov. 6, Playoffs
Nov. 13, State Championship edition
Dec. 4, All-star game and Mississippi Bowl edition