Yesterday, the commissioner of the MAAC, Rich Ensor joined Levack and Goz. Ensor discussed future plans for the conference which seem to be an overall huge boost for the MAAC. ESPN and MAAC will continue to further their partnership by offering an estimated four hundred MAAC games within the next two years on the ESPN digital platform. That number is expected to grow to almost six hundred live MAAC sporting events throughout the term of the contract according to Ensor. In addition, each of the eleven schools that make up the MAAC will be required to house a production facility capable of providing the feed for the ESPN3 future broadcasts. No doubt this is exciting news for both the continued national exposure of the MAAC and for young aspiring sports fans who would like an opportunity to get real hands on experience in the field. The Times Union Center will again host the men's and women's MAAC basketball tournament this March. What can fans in the capital region expect this year? Find out below in the interview.