A COVID-riddled season means just six teams will compete for the MEAC crown.

After a season riddled by the impact of COVID-19, six teams will look to claim the MEAC title and a ticket to the Big Dance. Bethune Cookman and Maryland Eastern Shore shut things down before the season, Howard called it off after five games, and Delaware State and South Carolina State won’t be participating in the tournament.

Usual suspect North Carolina Central is buried in the standings and will have to make a surprise run to bump their MEAC tournament title streak to four. Can the Eagles pull it off or will the MEAC feature a new champ for the first time since 2016?

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Eli Boettger
Eli Boettger

Heat Check CBB founder, editor