Bill Morgan, media relations guy for the Canton Legends who also works for UA, gave me the scoop of what the American Indoor Football Association entails.
He said the field at the Canton Civic Center is 50 yards long by 28.5 yards wide. Jon McClain might have problems kicking because -- get this -- he must avoid banging a field goal attempt off the overhanging scoreboard and lighting support bars.
I am truly fascinated by this league, and I plan to attend a game in the coming weeks to check in on McClain.
The Zips will head to the Wake Forest Open this weekend to kick off the outdoor track season.
For those of you who are confused about how track works (like I was), there is an indoor season during the winter and outdoor season during the spring.
You may wonder what's the difference. Well, weather plays a huge factor for MAC teams. Coach Dennis Mitchell told me his troops possibly could hold an advantage in inclement weather.
I'll go on the record to say I think the men will finally break through and win their first MAC title. The women should be able to repeat as well.