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COACH Dan Enos

Zurlon Tipton Avery Cunningham


• Selected by the Kansas City Chiefs with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. • Highest NFL draft pick in MidAmerican Conference history. The highest a MAC player had previously been selected in the NFL Draft was No. 7.

• The second CMU player to be selected in the first round of the NFL Draft. Joe Staley was chosen in the first round by the San Francisco 49ers at No. 28. • Just the third player from nonautomatic qualifier school taken No. 1 overall.


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Quick Facts General Information

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Location.................................................. Mount Pleasant, Mich. Enrollment............................................................................ 28,311 Founded....................................................................................1892 Nickname..................................................................... Chippewas Colors................................................................ Maroon and Gold Conference............................................................Mid-American President..........................................................Dr. George E. Ross Athletics Director......................................................Dave Heeke Web.............................................................CMUChippewas.com Facebook................................... Facebook.com/CMUFootball Twitter................................................................. @CMU_Football

Coaching Staff

Head Coach.....................................................................Dan Enos Record at CMU.......................................... 13-24/3 seasons Career Record................................................................ Same Asst. HC/ST Coord./Linebackers.......................Kyle Nystrom Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line.....Mike Cummings Defensive Coordinator......................................... Joe Tumpkin Passing Game Coordinator/Quarterbacks.....Morris Watts Wide Receivers...........................................................Mose Rison Tight Ends................................................................... Butch Barry Cornerbacks........................................................... Archie Collins Running Backs / Recruiting Coordinator.....Gino Guidugli Defensive Line............................................George Ricumstrict Director of Football Operations.........................Plas Presnell Strength and Conditioning.......................................Rick Perry

Team Information

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2012 Record................................................................................ 7-6 MAC Record / Place..............................................4-4 / 4th West Lettermen Returning / Lost............................................51 / 19 Offense............................................................................. 26 / 7 Defense..........................................................................22 / 10 Kickers.................................................................................3 / 2 Starters Returning / Lost.................................................... 15 / 7 Offense................................................................................8 / 3 Defense...............................................................................7 / 4 Kickers.................................................................................3 / 1 Stadium...................................Kelly/Shorts (30,255/FieldTurf)

Athletic Communications

Interim Director of Communications .............. Rob Wyman Associate Director/Football Contact.........John Regenfuss Office Phone...................................................989-774-7323 Cell Phone.......................................................989-400-8913 Email.................................................regen1jm@cmich.edu Assistant Director....................................................... Kyle Kelley Press Box Phone........................................ 989-774-3579/3594 Web Site...................................... CMUChippewas.com/media

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Local Media Information

First Season...............................................................................1896 All-Time Record..............................................583-381-36 / .601 Seasons........................................................................................ 112 MAC Championships................. 1979-80-90-94-2006-07-09 Bowl Appearances........................................................................ 7 ................(Most recent: 2012 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl)

Football Radio Play-By-Play................................. Don Chiodo Email................................................... donchiodo@aol.com Morning Sun Reporter.....................................Nate Schneider Email..............nschneider@michigannewspapers.com

The 2013 Central Michigan University football guide was published by the Athletic Communications Office, 100 Rose Center, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48859. The guide and covers were designed, written and edited by Rob Wyman, John Regenfuss and Kyle Kelley. Photos by Tim Fitzgerald, Robert Barclay and Peggy Brisbane. Printing by CMU Printing Services.

Table of Contents 2012 Recap History

Quick Facts/Table of Contents.........2 Media Information...............................3 Preseason Notes...................................4 Alphabetical Roster.............................6 Numerical Roster..................................8 Roster Breakdown............................. 10 Pronunciation Guide........................ 10 Coaching Staff.................................... 11 Head Coach Dan Enos............... 12 Assistant Coaches....................... 14 Support Staff................................ 24 Athletics Administration................. 25 Dave Heeke................................... 26 Marcy Weston.............................. 27 Senior Leadership Team........... 28 Head Coaches.............................. 28

2013 Chippewas................................ 29 Returning Players........................ 30 Newcomers................................... 65 2012 Recap.......................................... 69 2012 Game-by-Game................ 70 2012 Statistics.............................. 77 Chippewa History.............................. 81 Career Records................................... 82 Season Records.................................. 83 Single-Game Records...................... 85 “Last Time it Happened�.................. 87 Kelly/Shorts Stadium Records...... 88 Attendance Records......................... 89 Yearly Statistical Leaders................. 90 Individual Milestones....................... 92 All-Americans...................................... 93 Academic All-Americans................. 93 MAC Specialty Awards..................... 93 All-MAC................................................. 94

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Academic All-MAC............................ 95 Most Valuable Players...................... 97 All-Star Games.................................... 97 IIAC Honors.......................................... 98 CMU Hall of Famers.......................... 99 Kurt Dobronski Award..................... 99 Jim Podoley.......................................100 Herb Deromedi................................101 Year-by-Year Records......................102 All-Time Series Records.................103 All-Time vs. MAC Opponents.......104 All-Time MAC Standings...............105 Head Coach Records......................106 Homecoming Results.....................106 All-Time Draft Choices...................107 Game-by-Game Results................109 Great Games in CMU History.......118 Postseason Games..........................122 Letterwinners....................................134

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Covering the Chippewas Central Michigan University encourages your coverage of its athletic events. The Athletic Communications Department is responsible for coordinating the dissemination of pre-event releases, issuing credentials for media members, and coordinating post-event coverage. If the Athletic Communications Department can assist you in your work in any way, please contact a member of our staff.

Interviews All coach and player interviews must be arranged though Associate Director John Regenfuss. Please allow 24 hours to schedule an interview. Players and coaches are generally available following practice on Tuesday and Wednesday, or by appointment if necessary. Coach Enos is also available on the weekly MAC Media Teleconference every Monday throughout the season.

Video The Athletic Communications Department maintains a vast library of video clips for distribution to requesting electronic media. In addition, postgame highlights and press conference cut-ups are available for download using the department’s FTP server. Please contact Justin Hoff for detailed instructions and requests.

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Credentials Requests for football media credentials must be made through Sports Systems online media credential application. Please visit cmuchippewas.com/media or email the Athletic Communications Department for the link. Requests will be considered on an individual basis and are not guaranteed to be approved, based on space limitations and other policies. Once notified of approval, credentials may be picked up in person in the Athletic Communications Department, may be mailed, or left at Media Will Call. Photographers/Videographers In an attempt to keep the sidelines as clear as possible for working media, photographers and videographers on the sideline will be required to wear an armband in addition to displaying their credential. Credentials and armbands are available for pickup at Media Will Call. Media Will Call The Media Will Call window is located in the north ticket booth, under the videoboard. Credentials and photog armbands are available for pickup. Parking Parking passes for credentialed media will be made available as space permits and mailed in advance.

Chippewa Nickname The Central Michigan University Board of Trustees has approved the continued use of the nickname “Chippewas” in association with CMU. The university’s goals are to use the name with honor and respect, increase supportive connections between CMU and Native Americans and improve efforts to sensitize students, faculty and staff to Native American traditions and cultures. Media representatives have been extremely cooperative as we have worked to address this important issue. In nearly all cases, print and broadcast reporters have supported CMU’s efforts to eliminate the use of symbols, headlines and copy that present inappropriate and inaccurate images of Native Americans. Central Michigan University is grateful for your help, and we ask for your continued cooperation and sensitivity. With your assistance, we can continue to use the Chippewa name with dignity and respect. CMU, an AA/EO institution, is strongly and actively committed to increasing diversity within its community (see www.cmich. edu/aaeo).

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Postgame Interviews Following all home games, Coach Enos and selected players will meet with the media in the IAC Team Meeting Room. A representative from the Athletic Communications Department will escort media to the room from the northwest corner of the field at the end of the game. The opposing coach and players are available outside the visitors’ locker room. After road games, Enos and players will meet with media outside the locker room following a brief cooling off period.

Assistant Director: Kyle Kelley (989) 400-1705 • kyle.kelley@cmich.edu

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Visiting Radio One ISDN line and two telephone lines are available for use by the official radio network of the visiting team. Visiting networks that wish to have additional lines installed at their own expense may do so by contacting CMU Telecommunications at (989) 7741474.

Associate Director (Primary FB Contact): John Regenfuss (989) 400-8913 • regen1jm@cmich.edu

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Web Sites Media members are reminded that the official athletics web site–cmuchippewas.com–contains updated player stats and bios each week. Also available on the site are weekly video interviews with a coach and player, postgame highlights and press conferences. Other Helpful Sites facebook.com/CMUFootball @CMU_Football YouTube.com/CmichAthletics CentralGameday.com

Interim Director: Rob Wyman (248) 953-6471 • wyman1rd@cmich.edu

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Game Notes Game notes are generally available by Tuesday though the Athletic Communications Department. Notes are emailed and are also available on the web at cmuchippewas.com. To be added to the email distribution list, please contact Associate Director John Regenfuss at regen1jm@cmich.edu.

Contact Info

Athletic Communications CMU Events Center, Lower Level (989) 774-3277

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Media Information


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Preseason Notes

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Three Additions to Coaching Staff George Ricumstrict, a former All-MAC linebacker and assistant coach at Central Michigan from 2000-03, has returned to Mount Pleasant to coach the Chippewas’ defensive line. Gino Guidugli, who served as a graduate assistant at CMU from 2009-11, was brought back on staff to lead the running back corps. Head coach Dan Enos also hired Archie Collins, a former defensive graduate assistant at Michigan State, in the offseason, adding him to his staff to coach the cornerbacks.

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Enos in Exclusive Club Dan Enos is just one of four active Division I coaches to win a bowl game both as a starting quarterback and a head coach. As a player, Enos quarterbacked Michigan State to back-to-back bowl victories, a 33-13 win over Hawaii in the 1989 Aloha Bowl and a 17-16 win over Southern California in the 1990 John Hancock Bowl. In 2012, he led the Chippewas to the program’s third ever bowl win, a 24-21 victory over Western Kentucky in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. Steve Spurrier (South Carolina), Steve Sarkisian (Washington), and Mike Gundy (Oklahoma State) have also accomplished the feat.

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Offensive Weapons Reloaded for 2013 CMU returns two premier offensive weapons for the 2013 season in senior running back Zurlon Tipton and junior wide receiver Titus Davis. Tipton had a breakout season in 2012, rushing for 1,492 yards and scoring a total of 20 touchdowns. He finished the season strong, recording seven straight 100-yard games to earn Second Team All-MAC honors. Tipton is on the 2013 Maxwell Award and Doak Walker Award Watch Lists. In 2012, Davis continued to emerge as one the nation’s most dangerous offensive threats. He led CMU with 860 receiving yards, eight receiving touchdowns, and a 71.7 receiving yards per game average. His 20.0 yards per reception average ranked No. 1 in the nation among receivers with 40 or more catches. A Second Team All-MAC selection in 2012, Davis has been named to the 2013 Biletnikoff Award Watch List.

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CMU is the only program in Michigan and is just one of 29 FBS teams nationwide that features both a Doak Walker and Biletnikoff Award nominee in its offense. Defense Returns Leading Tacklers The Chippewas’ defense returns three of its top tacklers from 2012 in linebackers Justin Cherocci and Shamari Benton and safety Avery Cunningham. Cherocci, CMU’s Co-Defensive Player of the Year in 2012, led the team and ranked fifth in the MAC and 19th nationally with 132 total tackles last season. He was also the nation’s leader in assisted tackles with 89. A starter of all 13 games, Cherocci recorded double digit stops in seven games and was CMU’s leading tackler in six. Benton topped the team in solo tackles (54) and fumble recoveries (2) a year ago and was CMU’s leading tackler in seven of 13 games. He also ranked second on the team, No. 7 in the MAC, and 24th nationally with 126 total tackles. Benton ended the 2012 season on a high note, earning Little Caesars Pizza Bowl Lineman of the Game honors for spearheading a defensive effort that held a potent Western Kentucky offensive attack to just 21 points. A two-year starter, Cunningham will provide CMU with a veteran presence in the defensive secondary in 2013. In the starting line-up for all 13 games in 2012, he finished fourth on the team with 88 tackles and tallied six tackles for loss, four pass break-ups, two sacks, two interceptions, a team-high two forced fumbles, and one blocked kick. His consecutive games started streak of 31 ranks third in the nation among active Division I safeties. CMU Remains Strong Up Front Despite the departure of tackle Eric Fisher and guard Darren Keyton to the NFL, the offensive line will continue to be an area of strength for the Chippewas in 2013. Center Nick Beamish and left guard Andy Phillips started every game in 2012 and were key parts of an offense that averaged 6.2 yards per play and produced nearly 400 total yards per game. Beamish anchored the middle of the line in his first collegiate season while Phillips has been in the starting line-up for 17 consecutive games dating back to his freshman season.

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West Division Northern Illinois Ball State Toledo Central Michigan Western Michigan Eastern Michigan

MAC Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. 8 0 1.000 12 2 .857 6 2 .750 9 4 .692 6 2 .750 9 4 .692 4 4 .500 7 6 .538 2 6 .250 4 8 .333 1 7 .125 2 10 .167

East Division Kent State Bowling Green Ohio Buffalo Miami (Ohio) UMass Akron

MAC Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. 8 0 1.000 11 3 .786 6 2 .750 8 5 .615 4 4 .500 9 4 .692 3 5 .375 4 8 .333 3 5 .375 4 8 .333 1 7 .125 1 11 .083 0 8 .000 1 11 .083

CMU Returning Statistical Leaders (2012 Statistics) Passing Cody Kater

Att-Comp-Int Pct 4-2-0 50.0

Yds 12

TD Long 0 8

Att Yds Avg TD Long 252 1492 5.9 19 72 57 263 4.6 2 26

Receiving Titus Davis Zurlon Tipton Courtney Williams

Rec Yds Avg TD Long 43 860 20.0 8 92 24 287 12.0 1 37 24 260 10.8 2 25

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Rushing Zurlon Tipton Saylor Lavallii

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CMU’s Roster is Home Grown Central Michigan’s current roster contains 71 players who hail from the state of Michigan, which equates to 67 percent of the Chippewas’ roster. Michigan State ranks second with 49 followed by Michigan (41), Eastern Michigan (38) and Western Michigan (27). In 2012, CMU’s roster featured 66 Michiganders, ranking ahead of Michigan State (52), Michigan (46), Eastern Michigan (29), and Western Michigan (29).

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Manning the left tackle position vacated by the NFL’s No. 1 draft choice in All-American Eric Fisher will be Jake Olson, who has 26 career starts to his credit. Olson was the starter at right tackle in 2012 but suffered a season-ending injury early on in the year. Slotted to start at right tackle is Kevin Henry. The junior started four games as a freshman and replaced Mike Repovz in the starting line-up in 2012 versus UMass, helping CMU post 42 points in the road victory. The right guard position, a spot which current Detroit Lion Darren Keyton held down in 2012, is yet unsettled and there are several players vying for the starting spot; that battle will likely continue through summer training camp.

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Preseason Notes

Tackles U-A-T TFL Sacks Int FF/FR Justin Cherocci 43-89-132 2.5/6 0/0 0 0/0 Shamari Benton 54-72-126 1.5/1 0/0 1 0/2 Avery Cunningham 42-46-88 6.0/31 2.0/23 2 2/0

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Scoring |------ PATs ------| Player TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass Saf Pts Zurlon Tipton 20 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 120 Titus Davis 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 48 Andrew Flory 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 24


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Alphabetical Roster

Coaching Staff 2013 Chippewas 2012 Recap History

No. Name 61 Nick Adams 77 Ramadan Ahmeti 68 Dylan Anderson 18 Tony Annese 16 Stefon Armstead 38 Joe Austin 40 Joe Bacci 54 Nick Beamish 26 Shamari Benton 4 Darrien Boone 15 Deon Butler 70 Shakir Carr 29 Jarret Chapman 3 Mark Chapman 8 Winslow Chapman 41 Justin Cherocci 63 Connor Collins 17 Ron Coluzzi 37 Christian Conley 39 Jadon Cook 12 Eric Cooper 99 Matt Cotiguala 65 Alex Coty 17 Josh Cox 86 Zach Crouch 36 Avery Cunningham 71 Kevin D’Arcy 19 Cameron Davis 82 Defarrel Davis 84 Titus Davis 52 Jabari Dean 79 Austin Doan 74 Derek Edwards 49 Adam Fenton 6 Jordan Fields 44 Alex Fine 9 Andrew Flory 76 Jack Ford 5 Kavon Frazier 37 Connor Gagnon 21 Jeremy Gainer 44 Anthony Garland 78 Collin Goetz 35 Brandon Greer 43 Tim Hamilton 86 Ryan Hansen 81 Jerry Harris 60 Kevin Henry 13 Richie Hogan 87 Connor Howard 95 Shafer Johnson 22 Gary Jones 97 Mike Jorde 90 Chris Kantzavelos 7 Cody Kater 10 Kevin King

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Wt. 230 300 302 205 175 225 243 310 235 190 238 290 194 180 193 231 300 185 249 212 177 180 305 195 230 203 300 200 175 190 295 296 282 246 180 184 182 301 213 198 235 218 302 203 233 180 187 306 207 190 300 200 257 265 220 191

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Hometown/Last School Crystal Lake, Ill./Crystal Lake South Lansing, Mich./Waverly West Bloomfield, Mich./Brother Rice Hartland, Mich./Rochester Adams Southfield, Mich./Lathrup Bridgeport, Mich./Bridgeport Romeo, Mich./Romeo Riverview, Mich./Community Detroit, Mich./Brother Rice Chicago, Ill./Hales Franciscan Detroit, Mich./Inkster South Bend, Ind./Clay Port Huron, Mich./Port Huron Port Huron, Mich./Port Huron Port Huron, Mich./Port Huron Rochester Hills, Mich./Brother Rice Millington, Mich./Millington Naperville, Ill./North Troy, Mich./Athens Harper Woods, Mich./Grosse Pointe North Flint, Mich./Beecher LaGrange, Ill/College of DuPage South Bend, Ind./Clay Warren, Mich./De La Salle Collegiate Lowell, Mich./Grand Rapids Christian Cincinnati, Ohio/Winton Woods Livonia, Mich./Stevenson Grand Blanc, Mich./Grand Blanc Melvindale, Mich./Melvindale Wheaton, Ill./Wheaton-Warrenville South Detroit, Mich./Renaissance Romeo, Mich./Romeo Novi, Mich./Detroit Catholic Central Birmingham, Mich./Seaholm Grand Blanc, Mich./Grand Blanc Lake Orion, Mich./Lake Orion Miramar, Fla./American Heritage Cadillac, Mich./Cadillac Grand Rapids, Mich./Christian Midland, Mich./Midland Detroit, Mich./Clarenceville Ferndale, Mich./Ferndale Oxford, Mich./Oxford Dolton, Ill./Mount Carmel Bloomfield Hills, Mich./Brother Rice Dearborn, Mich./Dearborn Delray Beach, Fla./Boca Raton Morris, Ill./Morris Laguna Hills, Calif./Laguna Hills Carmel, Ind./Guerin Catholic Southfield, Mich./Southfield Christian Allegan, Mich./Allegan Croswell, Mich./Croswell-Lexington Bartlett, Ill./Bartlett Montague, Mich./Grand Rapids CC Dearborn, Mich./Edsel Ford

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Hometown/Last School Northville, Mich./Detroit Catholic Central Algoma, Wis./Algoma Olivet, Mich./Olivet Battle Creek, Mich./Harper Creek Mason, Mich./Mason Harrison Township, Mich./L’Anse Creuse Plainfield, Ill./North Waukesha, Wis./West Paw Paw, Mich./Paw Paw St. Louis, Mo./De Smet Jesuit Warren, Mich./Cousino Miami, Fla./Miami Central Saginaw, Mich./Carrollton Ithaca, Mich./Ithaca St. Joseph, Mich./St. Joseph Mount Pleasant, Mich./Mount Pleasant Mount Pleasant, Mich./Mount Pleasant Hartford, Wis./Hartford Union Downers Grove, Ill./Downers Grove South St. Ignace, Mich./LaSalle Detroit, Mich./Cass Tech Morris, Ill./Morris Deshler, Ohio/Patrick Henry Lansing, Mich./Waverly Naperville, Ill./Neuqua Valley Rodney, Mich./Big Rapids Mishawaka, Ind./Marian Holland, Mich./Holland Dimondale, Mich./Holt Charlotte, Mich./Lansing Catholic Caledonia, Mich./Caledonia Chicago, Ill./Leo Marine City, Mich./Marine City Sugar Grove, Ill./Kaneland Kankakee, Ill./Bishop McNamara Barrington, Ill./Barrington Chelsea, Mich./Chelsea South Bend, Ind./Clay Detroit, Mich./Parkway Christian Warren, Mich./Northwood University Orland Park, Ill./Brother Rice Ypsilanti, Mich./Lincoln Clinton Township, Mich./Clintondale Holland, Mich./Christian Melvindale, Mich./Melvindale Holland, Mich./Holland Farmington Hills, Mich./Farmington Pompano Beach, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons Bartlett, Ill./Bartlett Toledo, Ohio/Central Catholic

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Wt. 255 214 255 312 213 248 225 290 224 250 243 178 195 227 285 200 242 305 188 235 265 227 300 306 280 295 178 230 304 216 245 269 185 255 204 250 275 195 221 233 193 212 323 226 212 170 185 201 230 250

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No. Name Pos. 33 Mike Kinville TE 88 Jesse Kroll WR 93 Donny Kyre DL 98 Kelby Latta DL 6 Saylor Lavallii RB 42 Tyler Lombardo FB 51 Cody Lopez LB 50 Matt Losiniecki DL 30 Ben Masztak FB 31 Kenny McClendon DL 83 Ben McCord TE 28 Dennis Nalor DB 2 Derrick Nash RB 2 Alex Niznak QB 64 Andrew Nowak OL 34 Colton Odykirk DB 89 Connor Odykirk TE 73 Jake Olson OL 7 Ryan Oruche DB 45 Joe Ostman LB 56 Louis Palmer DL 24 Jeff Perry DB 72 Cody Pettit OL 66 Andy Phillips OL 67 J.P. Quinn OL 48 Ben Randle DL 80 Anthony Rice WR 59 Nathan Ricketts LB 75 Kenny Rogers OL 10 Cooper Rush QB 91 Matt Russo DL 94 Lance Sanders DL 23 Anthony Scarcelli DB 46 Blake Serpa DL 11 Maurice Shoemaker-Gilmore RB 32 Alex Smith DL 55 Michael Steinhauer DL 9 Wesley Thomas WR 34 Zurlon Tipton RB 57 Doug Van Elslander LB 27 Martez Walker RB 19 Tyree Waller DB 58 Leterrius Walton DL 12 A.J. Westendorp TE 85 Courtney Williams WR 18 Corey Willis WR 14 Jason Wilson DB 20 Denzel Wimberly DB 47 Kyle Zelinsky LB 92 Mike Zenk LS

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No. Name Pos. 2 Derrick Nash RB 2 Alex Niznak QB 3 Mark Chapman WR 4 Darrien Boone QB 5 Kavon Frazier DB 6 Jordan Fields DB 6 Saylor Lavallii RB 7 Cody Kater QB 7 Ryan Oruche DB 8 Winslow Chapman DB 9 Andrew Flory WR 9 Wesley Thomas WR 10 Kevin King DB 10 Cooper Rush QB 11 Maurice Shoemaker-Gilmore RB 12 Eric Cooper WR 12 A.J. Westendorp TE 13 Richie Hogan P 14 Jason Wilson DB 15 Deon Butler TE 16 Stefon Armstead DB 17 Ron Coluzzi K 17 Josh Cox DB 18 Tony Annese DB 18 Corey Willis WR 19 Cameron Davis DB 19 Tyree Waller DB 20 Denzel Wimberly DB 21 Jeremy Gainer DL 22 Gary Jones RB 23 Anthony Scarcelli DB 24 Jeff Perry DB 26 Shamari Benton LB 27 Martez Walker RB 28 Dennis Nalor DB 29 Jarret Chapman DB 30 Ben Masztak FB 31 Kenny McClendon DL 32 Alex Smith DL 33 Mike Kinville TE 34 Colton Odykirk DB 34 Zurlon Tipton RB 35 Brandon Greer DB 36 Avery Cunningham DB 37 Christian Conley FB 37 Connor Gagnon K 38 Joe Austin TE 39 Jadon Cook LB 40 Joe Bacci LB 41 Justin Cherocci LB 42 Tyler Lombardo FB 43 Tim Hamilton LB 44 Alex Fine DB 44 Anthony Garland RB 45 Joe Ostman LB 46 Blake Serpa DL

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No. Name 47 Kyle Zelinsky 48 Ben Randle 49 Adam Fenton 50 Matt Losiniecki 51 Cody Lopez 52 Jabari Dean 54 Nick Beamish 55 Michael Steinhauer 56 Louis Palmer 57 Doug Van Elslander 58 Leterrius Walton 59 Nathan Ricketts 60 Kevin Henry 61 Nick Adams 63 Connor Collins 64 Andrew Nowak 65 Alex Coty 66 Andy Phillips 67 J.P. Quinn 68 Dylan Anderson 70 Shakir Carr 71 Kevin D’Arcy 72 Cody Pettit 73 Jake Olson 74 Derek Edwards 75 Kenny Rogers 76 Jack Ford 77 Ramadan Ahmeti 78 Collin Goetz 79 Austin Doan 80 Anthony Rice 81 Jerry Harris 82 Defarrel Davis 83 Ben McCord 84 Titus Davis 85 Courtney Williams 86 Zach Crouch 86 Ryan Hansen 87 Connor Howard 88 Jesse Kroll 89 Connor Odykirk 90 Chris Kantzavelos 91 Matt Russo 92 Mike Zenk 93 Donny Kyre 94 Lance Sanders 95 Shafer Johnson 97 Mike Jorde 98 Kelby Latta 99 Matt Cotiguala

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Defensive Back.....................21

Michigan................................ 71

True Freshmen..................... 22

Offensive Line.......................18

Illinois...................................... 18

Redshirt Freshmen............. 19

Defensive Line......................17

Indiana......................................5

Sophomores............................9

Wide Receiver.......................13

Florida........................................4

Redshirt Sophomores....... 16

Linebacker.............................10

Ohio............................................3

Juniors.................................... 12

Tight End.................................. 7

Wisconsin.................................3

Redshirt Juniors.................. 10

Running Back.......................... 6

California..................................1

Seniors.................................... 18

Fullback..................................... 4

Missouri.....................................1

Quarterback............................ 4 Kicker......................................... 2 Long Snapper......................... 2 Punter........................................ 1 Punter/Kicker.......................... 1

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Pronunciation Guide Ramadan Ahmeti.............RAH-muh-don

Kavon Frazier................................... KAY-von

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Connor Gagnon.............................. GON-ya

Tony Annese..................................Uh-NIECE

Collin Goetz.............................................Getz

Joe Bacci.........................................BAH-chee

Chris Kantzavelos..........KANT-uh-vell-os

Shamari Benton.................. Shuh-MAR-ee

Saylor Lavallii..........................Luh-VALL-ee

Shakir Carr.................................. Shuh-KEER

Matt Losiniecki........... LOW-seh-NECK-ee

Justin Cherocci...................... Shur-OH-kee

Dennis Nalor......................................NAY-lor

Ron Coluzzi.............................Cuh-LOU-zee

Connor/Colton Odykirk........ODE-ih-kirk

Jadon Cook.......................................JAY-dun

Joe Ostman...................................OHST-min

Matt Cotiguala.............. Co-TIG-you-ah-la

Cody Pettit.............................................PET-it

Alex Coty..................................................CO-ti

Blake Serpa.......................................... SIR-pa

Kevin D’Arcy....................................DAR-cee

Zurlon Tipton.................ZUHR-lon TIP-tin

Jabari Dean................................Juh-BAR-ee

Leterrius Walton.................La-TERR-ee-us

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Dan Enos Head Coach Fourth Season

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In 2012, the program building blocks that head coach Dan Enos strategically assembled over the past three years while at Central Michigan began to firmly fall into place. Enos’ Chippewas won seven games overall, including four of their last five in the regular season, all in MAC play, to earn the program’s fifth bowl bid in the last seven years. Central Michigan grabbed the national spotlight in week four, scoring nine points in the game’s final 45 seconds to knock off Iowa on the road, 32-31, in thrilling, come-from-behind fashion. CMU punctuated 2012 with a 24-21 victory over Western Kentucky in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl in Detroit. The CMU offense, which finished the regular season on a tear by scoring 30 or more points in six straight games, flourished in both phases in 2012. Behind a talented offensive line, led by All-American left tackle Eric Fisher, junior running back Zurlon Tipton rushed for 1,492 yards, the most by a Chippewa running back in 16 years. Senior quarterback Ryan Radcliff reached the 3,000-yard passing plateau for the third time in his career and posted the best touchdown-to-interception ratio of his career (23-9). Radcliff’s top two targets excelled in 2012, as senior Cody Wilson solidified his status as one of CMU’s all-time great receivers, finishing third in receptions and fifth in receiving yards, while sophomore Titus Davis was among the nation’s leaders in yards per reception. The CMU defense showed improvement as the season progressed, particularly in the areas of pass rush and creating turnovers. Linebackers Justin Cherocci and Shamari Benton were among the MAC’s leading tacklers while senior safety Jahleel Addae tied for tops in the conference in interceptions. Enos had five Chippewas earn All-MAC recognition in 2012 – Fisher (first team), Tipton (second team), Addae (second team), Davis (second team), and Wilson (third team) – upping the total number of all-conference honors earned by his players to 19 during his three-year tenure. Fisher also received All-America recognition, earning second team honors from SI.com and third team mention by the Associated Press. One of Coach Enos’ cornerstone messages to recruits and his players is that whatever you can dream, you can achieve at Central Michigan. The entire sports world witnessed the embodiment of that philosophy this April when Eric Fisher made history by becoming the highest NFL draft pick ever from CMU and Mid-American Conference when he was selected No. 1 overall by the Kansas City Chiefs. Three other Chippewas from the 2013 class, Jahleel Addae (San Diego Chargers), Darren Keyton (Detroit Lions), and Cody Wilson (Detroit Lions), have also signed NFL contracts. Enos has also had 12 Academic All-MAC selections and five academic alldistrict honorees in addition to three Academic All-Americans, including Cody Wilson in 2011 and 2012. A young team playing close, competitive games came to define Enos’s first season as the Chippewas’ head coach in 2010. A team that included just 13 seniors and 19 first-time starters found itself in six games decided by seven points or fewer. And while the Chippewas finished 3-9 overall, five of the losses were by a combined 19 points. The highlight of the season was a 26-22 Senior Night victory over Western Michigan in front of a national television audience on ESPNU. The Chippewas’ fifth straight win over their in-state rivals kept a pair of traveling trophies in Mount Pleasant: the Victory Cannon, presented to the winner of each year’s CMU-WMU matchup, and the Michigan MAC Trophy, awarded to the winner of the round-robin competition between Central Michigan, Eastern Michigan and Western Michigan. The Chippewas won at Eastern Michigan, 52-14, on Sept. 18. CMU opened the season with 33-0 win over Hampton at Kelly/Shorts Stadium, making Enos the first CMU head coach since Herb Deromedi in 1978 to win his debut.

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Hometown..................Dearborn, Mich. High School............. Edsel Ford, 1987 College...............Michigan State, 1991 Family......................................Wife, Jane; Daughter, Lia; Son, Alex

Coaching History 1991-93..................... Michigan State Graduate Assistant 1994-95.................Lakeland College Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers 1996....................Northern Michigan Offensive Coordinator/ Offensive Backs 1997-98.................. Southern Illinois Quarterbacks/Wide Receivers 1999..............................Missouri State Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks 2000-02 ..............Western Michigan Quarterbacks 2003 ...................North Dakota State Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks 2004-05 ..............................Cincinnati Quarterbacks 2006 ........................... Michigan State Quarterbacks 2007-09..................... Michigan State Running Backs 2010-present.......Central Michigan Head Coach

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In 2005, his pupil Dustin Grutza became the first freshman quarterback to start a Cincinnati season opener (vs. Eastern Michigan) since World War II. Grutza, a redshirt freshman, finished fourth in the Big East Conference in total offense, averaging 165.0 yards per game. In 2004, Enos helped hone the talents of Gino Guidugli, who closed out his career as Cincinnati’s all-time passing leader with 11,222 yards. As a senior, Guidugli completed 210-of-342 throws (.614) for 2,633 yards and a schoolrecord 26 touchdowns while leading the Bearcats to a 7-5 record, including a 32-14 victory over Marshall in the Fort Worth Bowl. Enos spent the 2003 season as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach under Craig Bohl at NCAA Division II North Dakota State, where he designed an offensive attack that averaged 30.1 points per game en route to an 8-3 record. Tony Stauss hit 220-of-325 passes (.677) for 2,134 yards and 15 touchdowns. His 2,134 passing yards represented the second-highest singleseason total in Bison history. Prior to his appointment at North Dakota State, he worked for three years as the quarterbacks coach at Western Michigan (2000-02) under Gary Darnell. In 2002, the Broncos finished fifth in the Mid-American Conference and No. 30 nationally in passing offense, averaging 256.1 yards per game. In 2001, Western Michigan ranked third in the MAC and No. 30 in the NCAA in passing offense (257.8 ypg). In 2000, the Broncos averaged 400.6 total yards and 29.9 points per game while posting a 9-3 record and winning the MAC West Division crown. In 1999, Enos served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Missouri State under Randy Ball. The Bears ranked among the NCAA Division I-AA leaders in passing offense (No. 22 at 258.8 ypg), scoring offense (No. 23 at 33.9 ppg) and total offense (No. 30 at 417.8 ypg). Quarterback Jay Rodgers finished among the national leaders in passing efficiency (No. 9 with a 150.1 rating) and total offense (No. 20 at 251.6 ypg). His full-time coaching credits also include stops at Southern Illinois (quarterbacks and wide receivers, 199798), Northern Michigan (offensive coordinator/backfield, 1996) and Lakeland College (offensive coordinator/ quarterbacks and wide receivers, 1994-95). He began his coaching career as a graduate assistant for George Perles at Michigan State (1991-93). Enos was a four-year letterman (1987-90) and twoyear starter (1989-90) at quarterback at Michigan State, compiling a 16-7-1 record (.688) as a starter. He led the Spartans to back-to-back bowl victories: a 33-13 win over Hawaii in the 1989 Aloha Bowl and a 17-16 win over Southern California in the 1990 John Hancock Bowl. As a senior, Enos threw for 1,677 yards and four touchdowns while helping the Spartans earn a share of the 1990 Big Ten championship. Enos still ranks among Michigan State’s all-time top 10 in pass attempts (No. 10 at 478), pass completions (No. 10 at 297), completion percentage (No. 3 at .621), passing yards (No. 10 at 3,837) and total yards (No. 8 at 4,301). Enos earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Michigan State in 1991 and received a master’s degree in sports administration in 2006. A native of Dearborn, Mich., Enos earned all-state honors as a senior for Coach Jack Bridges at Edsel Ford High School. He accounted for 5,743 total yards and 46 touchdowns during his prep career. Enos and his wife, Jane, are the parents of two children: Lia and Alex.

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The 2011 Chippewas featured 24 first-time starters and 10 true freshmen playing significant roles on offense and defense, while eight or fewer seniors were available to see playing time during each of the final six games of the season. Freshmen accounted for 10 of the final 11 touchdowns CMU scored in 2011, and on Nov. 10 against Ohio the Chippewas fielded an offensive starting lineup that included seven true or redshirt freshmen. The Chippewas’ season was highlighted by a 48-41 win over eventual MAC champion Northern Illinois at Kelly/ Shorts Stadium on Oct. 1. CMU led by as many as 22 points in the fourth quarter in handing NIU its lone conference loss of the season. True freshman receiver Titus Davis earned Freshman All-America honors from Phil Steele���s Magazine after catching 40 passes for 751 yards and eight touchdowns, a CMU freshman record for touchdown receptions and tied for the sixth most in a season in school history. Junior receiver Cody Wilson was named to the Capital One/ CoSIDA Academic All-America second team, marking the second straight year the Chippewas had produced an Academic All-American. Enos was introduced as the head coach of the Central Michigan football program in a press conference on January 12, 2010. Prior to CMU, he spent four seasons at Michigan State. He was the Spartans’ running backs coach from 2007-2009 after coaching the quarterbacks in 2006. The Spartans’ backfield featured a pair of true freshmen in 2009, as Larry Caper and Edwin Baker combined to rush for 895 yards and seven touchdowns. Caper was named to the Big Ten All-Freshmen Teams by ESPN.com and Sporting News. In 2008, Enos worked directly with one of the nation’s top running backs, Javon Ringer. Ringer led the nation in carries (390), scoring (132 points) and touchdowns (22) and ranked fourth in rushing (125.9 ypg) en route to being named a consensus first-team All-American. Ringer was the first Spartan running back to earn All-America honors since Lorenzo White in 1987. The consensus All-Big Ten First-Team selection rushed for 1,637 yards, the secondhighest single-season total in school history. In his first season coaching the Michigan State running backs, Enos mentored one of the top backfields in the Big Ten in Ringer and Jehuu Caulcrick. Michigan State ranked third in the Big Ten and No. 25 in the NCAA in rushing offense, averaging 198.2 yards a game, an improvement of 69 yards per game over 2006. Ringer, a second-team All-Big Ten pick, and Caulcrick, an honorable mention selection, combined to rush for 2,319 yards and 27 touchdowns in 2007. Ringer led the Spartans in rushing for the third straight season with 1,447 yards, the sixthbest single-season total in MSU history, while Caulcrick set a school record with 21 rushing touchdowns. Enos began his tenure at Michigan State in 2006 coaching the Spartans’ quarterbacks. He worked directly with Drew Stanton, who earned team MVP honors after accounting for 2,252 total yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior. Stanton, who was selected by the Detroit Lions in the second round of the 2007 NFL Draft, finished his career ranked among MSU’s all-time leaders in completion percentage (first at .642), pass completions (second at 543), pass attempts (second at 846), passing yards (second at 6,524), total offense (second at 8,036 yards), 200-yard passing games (second at 18), pass efficiency rating (third at 138.7) and touchdown passes (fifth at 42). Enos spent the 2004 and 2005 seasons as the quarterbacks coach on Mark Dantonio’s staff at Cincinnati.

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Kyle Nystrom Assistant Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator/Linebackers • Fourth Season

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The linebacker position has been an area of strength for Central Michigan during Kyle Nystrom’s first three seasons on the coaching staff. In 2012, Justin Cherocci and Shamari Benton emerged as consistent forces on the Central Michigan defense. Cherocci led CMU and ranked fifth in the MAC and 19th nationally with 132 total tackles. He was also the nation’s leader in assisted tackles with 89. Cherocci recorded double digit stops in seven games and was the Chippewas’ leading tackler in six, earning CMU Co-Defensive Player of the Year recognition. Benton ranked second on the team, No. 7 in the MAC, and 24th nationally with 126 total tackles and topped CMU in solo stops (54) and fumble recoveries. He tallied five double-digit tackle games and led the CMU defense in tackles in seven games. Benton received Little Caesars Pizza Bowl Lineman of the Game honors after leading CMU with nine tackles in the 24-21 win over Western Kentucky. Seven different linebackers started at least one game for the Chippewas in 2011, with four individuals recording at least 50 tackles: Armond Staten (67), Mike Petrucci (62), Shamari Benton (58) and Cody Lopez (58). Lopez started five games and played in 10 contests as a true freshman in 2011. Petrucci was honored twice by his teammates during his senior season. He was elected as one of four co-captains prior to the start of the 2011 season, then was named the recipient of the Kurt Dobronski Award by his teammates following the season. Nystrom mentored a pair of All-Mid-American Conference first team linebackers in his first season at CMU. Matt Berning and Nick Bellore both were all-conference first team selections after finishing with 102 and 90 tackles, respectively. Berning led the Chippewas in total tackles, tackles for loss (13) and sacks (four). Bellore, meanwhile, was named to the All-MAC first team for the third straight season and finished third on CMU’s career tackles list (472). Bellore currently is a key special teams player and back-up linebacker for the NFL’s New York Jets. Nystrom has more than 20 years of experience coaching on the defensive side of the ball. He was the defensive coordinator at Fort Hays State in 2009 after spending the 2006-08 seasons as the assistant head coach at North Dakota State. Nystrom also filled the role of defensive running game coordinator at NDSU. Nystrom coached the linebackers during his time at North Dakota State, including 2007 All-American and 2008 NFL Draft pick Joe Mays. During his first two seasons at NDSU, the Bison posted an overall record of 20-2 and allowed an average of just 96.9 yards per game rushing. Nystrom was the assistant head coach and defensive coordinator at DePauw in 2005 after coaching linebackers at TCU from 2002-04. In his first season with the Horned Frogs, Nystrom coached All-America linebacker LaMarcus McDonald. The 2002 Horned Frogs led all of Division I-A in total defense (240.3 ypg allowed) and rushing defense (64.8 ypg). He was part of a coaching staff that led TCU to the 2002 Liberty Bowl and 2003 Fort Worth Bowl. Prior to TCU, Nystrom spent 13 seasons (1989-2001) at Western Michigan. He was the special teams coordinator and inside linebackers coach his final six seasons at Western Michigan, helping lead the Broncos to the Mid-American Conference Championship Game in 1999 and 2000. Nystrom’s coaching career began as a student assistant at Michigan State under head coach George Perles in 1983. He spent the 1988 season as a graduate assistant at Northern Michigan before moving on to Western Michigan. Nystrom is a 1988 graduate of Michigan State with a bachelor’s degree in political science/criminal justice. Nystrom and his wife, Cherise, are parents of a son, Logan, and two daughters, Tellena and Eva.

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College......... Michigan State, 1988 Family.......................... Wife, Cherise; Daughters, Tellena and Eva; Son, Logan

Coaching History 1988 ...................Northern Michigan Graduate Assistant/ Wide Receivers 1989 .....................Western Michigan Graduate Assistant/Defense 1990 .....................Western Michigan Outside Linebackers/Punters 1991-95 ..............Western Michigan Outside Linebackers 1996-2001 .........Western Michigan Special Teams Coordinator/ Inside Linebackers 2002-04 .................... Texas Christian Linebackers 2005 ........................................ DePauw Assistant Head Coach/ Defensive Coordinator/ Secondary 2006-08 ............North Dakota State Assistant Head Coach/ Defensive Running Game Coordinator/Linebackers 2009 ...........................Fort Hays State Defensive Coordinator/ Secondary 2010-Present ......Central Michigan Assistant Head Coach/ Special Teams Coordinator/ Linebackers

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Mike Cummings Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line Fourth Season

Coaching History 1987 ...................................Rensselaer Offensive Line 1988-89 ................Central Michigan Graduate Assistant 1990-91 .............................Millersville Offensive Line 1992-97 ................Central Michigan Offensive Line 1998 ........................... Michigan State Special Teams/Tight Ends 1999 .......................Central Michigan Offensive Line 2002-04 ..............Western Michigan Offensive Line/ Recruiting Coordinator 2005-09 ................................. Marshall Offensive Line/ Recruiting Coordinator 2010-Present ......Central Michigan Offensive Coordinator/ Offensive Line

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College.........................Buffalo, 1984 Family............................Wife, Donna; Daughters, Elizabeth & Emily

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Central Michigan has boasted one of the MAC’s top offenses during Mike Cummings’ three seasons as the offensive coordinator and offensive line coach. In 2012, Cummings directed an offense that averaged 6.2 yards per play, ranking No. 2 in the MAC, produced nearly 400 yards of offense per game, and scored 30 or more points in 10 games. The CMU running game was revitalized, as Zurlon Tipton rushed for 1,492 yards, the fourth most in a single season in program history, and 19 touchdowns. Quarterback Ryan Radcliff posted the best touchdown to interception ratio of his career (23-9) while his top two targets, Cody Wilson and Titus Davis, etched their names in the CMU record book with standout seasons. Much of the offensive success can be attributed to the play of the CMU offensive line, which allowed just 15 sacks, ranking No. 17 nationally. Continuity was key, as four of the five up-front players started all 13 games. Cummings has coached four All-Mid-American Conference offensive linemen over the last three seasons. Colin Miller and Jeff Maddux were both named to the 2010 All-MAC Second Team, while Eric Fisher was a Third Team selection in 2011 and was honored on the All-MAC First Team in 2012. Fisher, who also earned All-America honors from the Associated Press and SI.com, became the highest NFL draft pick in MAC and program history when he was selected No. 1 overall by the Kansas City Chiefs in April 2013. A starter of all 13 games in 2012, Fisher flourished under Cummings’ tutelage rising from a relative unknown commodity at the beginning of the season to a national sensation following dominant performances at the Senior Bowl and the NFL Scouting Combine. The Chippewas ranked in the top 25 nationally in passing offense during both of Cummings’ first two seasons. CMU ranked 25th nationally in 2011, averaging 274.2 yards per game through the air, one year after ranking 20th with a 284.0 yards per game average. The Chippewas have thrown for 295 or more yards 16 times over the past three seasons, including six games of 350 yards or more. Cummings has prepared his linemen to effectively play a variety of positions along the line during his tenure. In 24 games over his first two seasons, injuries forced CMU to use nine different starting lineup combinations on the offensive line. Two redshirt freshmen, Andy Phillips and Kevin Henry, combined to make nine starts in 2011, and a reshuffled line still allowed the second fewest sacks per pass attempt in the MAC (17 sacks, 458 pass attempts in 12 games). The 2010 season marked the start of Cummings’ fourth stint at CMU. He was the Chippewas’ offensive line coach from 1992-97 and 1999, and he was a graduate assistant at CMU during the 1988 and 1989 seasons. Cummings coached seven All-MAC honorees during his previous time at CMU. Cummings served as the offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator at Marshall from 2005-09. At least one Marshall offensive lineman earned AllConference USA honors in each of his five seasons. Prior to Marshall, Cummings was the offensive line coach and recruiting coordinator at Western Michigan for three seasons. Cummings’ career also includes stops at Eastern Michigan (defensive line/ special teams/recruiting coordinator, 2000-01), Michigan State (tight ends/ special teams, 1998), Millersville (offensive line, 1990-91) and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (offensive line, 1987). During his collegiate coaching career, Cummings has coached 26 allconference players, 11 academic all-conference players, three All-Americans and two freshman All-Americans. Cummings earned three varsity letters in football at Buffalo. He earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education and exercise science from Buffalo in 1984 and his master’s degree in athletics administration from CMU in 1990. Cummings and his wife Donna have two daughters, Elizabeth and Emily.

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Joe Tumpkin Defensive Coordinator Fourth Season

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Owning an impressive defensive coaching resume, Joe Tumpkin is entering his fourth season as Central Michigan’s defensive coordinator. The two-decade coaching veteran oversaw the development of seven All-Mac selections, while with the Chippewas. The CMU defense improved as the 2012 season progressed, particularly in the areas of pass rush and creating turnovers. The defense capped off the season with an impressive performance in CMU’s win in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. His unit played at its highest level of the season and held a highpowered Western Kentucky offense to just 21 points. Eight different Chippewas recorded interceptions last fall, led by senior safety Jahleel Addae’s four, which tied for the best mark in the MAC. Defensive end Caesar Rodriguez had his finest season at CMU, recording a team-high four sacks and nine tackles for loss. The pair spearheaded a defense that helped the Chippewa’s to a bowl berth under Tumpkin’s guidance. Addae, who was also recognized on the Jim Thorpe Award preseason watch list, received Second Team All-MAC honors. While in 2011, he became the first CMU defensive back since 2001 to earn All-MAC First Team recognition. Addae shared the conference lead in interceptions (4) and ranked eighth in tackles per game (8.9) and ninth in total tackles (107). He was signed by the San Diego Chargers in April. Under Tumpkin’s watch, linebackers Justin Cherocci and Shamari Benton emerged in 2012, with each displaying a consistent nose for the football. The pair combined for 258 stops, which represented nearly 25 percent of the team’s total tackles. Both were among the MAC’s leading tacklers while Cherocci’s 89 assisted tackles ranked No. 1 in the nation. Tumpkin’s first season as the defensive coordinator at CMU was highlighted by the selection of five Chippewas to the All-Mid-American Conference team. The CMU defense forced multiple turnovers in six games in 2010, including a season-high four in a 26-22 win over rival Western Michigan. The Chippewas recovered 14 fumbles in 12 games, tied for 11th nationally. Prior to CMU, Tumpkin spent two seasons as the linebackers coach at the University of Pittsburgh. He worked directly with a pair of All-Big East first team selections in Adam Gunn (2009) and Scott McKillop (2008). McKillop, the Big East Defensive Player of the Year and a first team All-American, was selected by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2009 NFL Draft and continued his professional career with the Buffalo Bills (2011-2012). Tumpkin was an integral part of a coaching staff that led the Panthers to the 2008 Sun Bowl appearance and a 19-17 win over North Carolina in the 2009 Meineke Car Care Bowl. Tumpkin coached the linebackers at SMU from 2005-07. He aided in the development of 2006 All-Conference USA second team linebacker Reggie Carrington. Prior to the 2007 season, he earned a coaching fellowship with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and spent training camp working with the Buccaneers’ coaching staff. Tumpkin was on the coaching staff at Sam Houston State for three seasons (2002-04), piloting the linebackers during his first two seasons before shifting to the secondary in 2004. He helped develop linebackers T.J. Dibble, a twotime All-Southland Conference selection, and Paul Donelson, an All-America honoree. In 2004, the Bearkats captured a share of the Southland Conference championship, advanced to the NCAA Division I-AA playoffs and reached as high as No. 3 in the national rankings. Tumpkin’s coaching experience also includes stops at Lakeland (defensive coordinator, 2000-01), Southern Illinois (linebackers coach/recruiting coordinator, 1998-99) and Defiance (linebackers, 1996). At Southern Illinois, he worked with eventual NFL Pro Bowl linebacker Bart Scott. Tumpkin also served as a graduate assistant at Western Michigan (1997), Northern Michigan (1995) and Lakeland (1994). Tumpkin graduated from Michigan Tech in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in scientific and technical communications, where he was a four-year letterman and captain of the football team.

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College.......... Michigan Tech, 1994 Family..............................Wife, Maria; Sons, Christopher and Nikolas

Coaching History 1994 .......................Lakeland College Graduate Assistant 1995 ...................Northern Michigan Defensive Line 1996 ....................... Defiance College Linebackers 1997 .....................Western Michigan Graduate Assistant 1998-99 ................. Southern Illinois Linebackers/ Recruiting Coordinator 2000-01 ................Lakeland College Defensive Coordinator 2002-04 ............Sam Houston State Linebackers 2006 ........... Tampa Bay Buccaneers Training Camp 2005-07 .........................................SMU Linebackers 2008-09 .............................Pittsburgh Linebackers 2010-Present ......Central Michigan Defensive Coordinator

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Morris Watts Passing Game Coordinator/Quarterbacks Third Season

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1961..........................Seneca (Mo.) HS Assistant Coach 1962-64 .................... Joplin (Mo.) HS Assistant Coach 1965-71....................................... Drake Offensive Coordinator 1972 ...................................... Louisville Offensive Coordinator 1973-81 ...................................Indiana Offensive Coordinator 1982 ........................................... Kansas Offensive Coordinator 1983 ................................................. LSU Quarterbacks 1984-85... Birmingham Stallions (USFL) Quarterbacks 1986-90..................... Michigan State Offensive Coordinator 1991.... Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NFL) Quarterbacks 1992-94 .................... Michigan State Assistant Head Coach/ Offensive Coordinator 1995-98........................................... LSU Offensive Coordinator 1999-2002................ Michigan State Offensive Coordinator 2003 ........................ Mississippi State Offensive Coordinator 2007-08 ..... Broken Arrow (Okla.) HS Offensive Coordinator 2009 .............................................Miami Quarterbacks 2010 .............................................Miami Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks 2011-Present.......Central Michigan Passing Game Coordinator/ Quarterbacks

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College.............................Tulsa, 1961 Family........................ Wife, Marlene; Daughter, Charlavan; Son, Danny

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Morris Watts has made a significant impact on Central Michigan’s offense in his two seasons as the Chippewas’ passing game coordinator and quarterbacks coach. In 2012, Ryan Radcliff continued to flourish under Watts’ guidance, capping off his time as a Chippewa with a standout senior season. He posted the best touchdown-to-interception ratio of his career (23-9) and threw for 3,000-plus yards (3,158) for the third consecutive year. In his final game in the maroon and gold, Radcliff earned Little Caesars Pizza Bowl MVP honors after passing for 253 yards and three touchdowns in the 24-21 win over Western Kentucky. He finished his career ranked No. 2 in CMU program history in passing yards, pass attempts, pass completions, touchdown passes, total offense, and 300yard passing games. In 2011, Radcliff posted one of the top passing seasons in school history under Watts’ tutelage. Radcliff completed 257 passes for 3,286 yards and 25 touchdowns in 2011; each of those totals ranks fourth in school history. Radcliff posted five 300-yard games in 2011, including a career-best 436-yard performance (third most yards in a game in school history) on 30-of-45 passing at Ball State on Oct. 22. He finished the season ranking in the top 30 nationally in total passing yards, passing yards per game, touchdown passes and completions. In eight Mid-American Conference games, Radcliff threw for a league-high 2,491 yards (311.4 ypg) and tied for the MAC lead with 19 touchdown passes. He threw two or more touchdown passes in seven of the season’s final eight games. Watts is a 43-year veteran of collegiate and professional coaching who has coached in 14 bowl games. He was the quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator at Michigan State during current CMU head coach Dan Enos’ playing career (1987-90). The 2013 season will be Watts’ 50th overall in coaching. He has 40 years of experience at the college level, three at the professional level and six at the high school level. Watts has the most college and pro experience of any current NCAA Bowl Subdivision coach. Watts came to CMU from Miami (Ohio), where as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach he helped lead the RedHawks to the Mid-American Conference championship and a victory in the GoDaddy.com Bowl in 2010. During his career, Watts has worked directly with several quarterbacks who have played professionally, including Indiana’s Tim Clifford, Michigan State’s Jim Miller, Tony Banks and Jeff Smoker, Cliff Stoudt of the USFL’s Birmingham Stallions and Vinny Testeverde of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Prior to joining the Miami staff in 2009, Watts had most recently coached at the collegiate level at Mississippi State in 2003, serving as the Bulldogs’ offensive coordinator. He spent three different terms as the offensive coordinator at Michigan State, including the duration of Enos’ playing career. During Enos’ two seasons (1989-90) as the starting quarterback, the pair helped lead the Spartans to two bowl victories and a share of the 1990 Big Ten championship. Watts was the offensive coordinator at Michigan State from 1986-90, 1992-94 and 1999-2002. He also was the interim head coach for the final three games of the 2002 season. In 2001, Watts was nominated for the Broyles Award, given annually to the nation’s top assistant coach. Watts spent the 1995-98 seasons at LSU, helping lead the Tigers to a total of 31 wins, including three consecutive bowl victories. The 1995 and 1997 teams won the Independence Bowl, while the 1996 squad capped a 10-win season with a victory in the Peach Bowl. A 1961 graduate of the University of Tulsa, Watts played running back for the Golden Hurricane. He earned a master’s degree from Pittsburg (Kan.) State in 1964. His family includes wife, Marlene, his daughter Charlavan, and his son, Danny.

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Mose Rison Wide Receivers Second Season

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Mose Rison, a member of Central Michigan’s 1974 Division II national championship team and former assistant coach, is in his second season as the Chippewas’ receivers coach. In 2012, the CMU receivers excelled under Rison’s guidance, combining for 166 receptions for 2,407 yards and 18 touchdowns. Cody Wilson cemented his status as one of the greatest receivers in program history with a standout senior season. The Third Team All-MAC selection and 2012 Kurt Dobronski Award winner led the team with 74 receptions and ranked second in receiving yards (840) and receiving yards per game (64.6), recording five 100-yard receiving games. Wilson finished his career catching a pass in 42 consecutive games and ranks third all-time in receptions (230) and fifth in in receiving yards (2,729). In his final game in the maroon and gold, he fittingly caught the game-winning touchdown pass in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. Titus Davis built on his standout freshman campaign, reaffirming his status as one of the MAC’s most dangerous offensive threats in his sophomore season. Despite missing time due to injury, Davis led the team with 860 receiving yards, eight receiving touchdowns, and a 71.7 receiving yards per game average, earning Second Team All-MAC honors. His eight scores equaled his total from 2011 and rank tied for sixth on the CMU single season charts while his yardage total has him just outside the top 10 in the Chippewas’ record book. Davis’ 20.0 yards per reception average led the MAC and ranked No. 1 in the nation among receivers with more than 40 catches. Versus Western Michigan, he put together one of the greatest single game receiving performances in program history, catching 10 passes for 208 yards and two touchdowns. In that game, he accounted for 41 percent of CMU’s offense and totaled the third highest receiving yards all-time. With 16 receiving touchdowns in just 24 career games, Davis ranks tied for sixth in the CMU record book. Redshirt freshman Andrew Flory burst onto the scene in 2012, demonstrating a knack for big plays at key times. Filling in for an injured Titus Davis versus Eastern Michigan, Flory caught a decisive nine passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns in the win. In the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl, he hauled in first quarter touchdown receptions of 69 and 29 yards to give CMU an early lead. A native of Flint, Mich., Rison was a four-year letterman (1974-77) who still ranks 10th in school history with 2,838 career rushing yards. He was CMU’s Most Valuable Player and an All-Mid-American Conference first team selection after rushing for 1,241 yards and scoring 12 touchdowns (11 rushing, one kickoff return) in 1977. Rison’s coaching career began at CMU, where he coached receivers and directed the special teams from 1981-88. He spent two seasons at Navy (198990) and five at Rutgers (1991-95) before a six-year run at Stanford (1996-2001) that included a Pac-10 Conference championship in 1999 and trip to the Rose Bowl. Rison spent two seasons in the National Football League, coaching the New York Jets’ receivers in 2001 and 2002. He was part of a staff that helped lead the Jets to the AFC Wild Card in 2001 and an AFC East championship in 2002. In 2006, Rison was named assistant head coach, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at North Carolina Central. While mentoring a freshman quarterback, he helped install a new offensive system that produced a schoolrecord 30.9 points per game as the Eagles finished 11-1 and won the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association title. Rison was named head coach in 2007 and led NCCU’s transition from NCAA Division II to the Football Championship Subdivision level. He was 16-22 in three and a half seasons as NCCU’s head coach. He earned his bachelor’s degree from CMU in 1978 and master’s degree in 1983. Rison and his wife, Marilynn, have two daughters, Dominique and Tara.

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College.....Central Michigan, 1978 Family...................... Wife, Marilynn; Daughters, Dominique and Tara

Coaching History 1981-88.................Central Michigan Receivers/Special Teams Coordinator 1988................................ Detroit Lions Summer Internship 1989-90.........................................Navy Receivers 1991-95....................................Rutgers Receivers/Tight Ends 1993...............................New York Jets Summer Internship 1996-2001.............................Stanford Receivers 1999..............................Chicago Bears Summer Internship 2000....................... Baltimore Ravens Summer Internship 2001-02........................New York Jets Receivers 2003...........................................Arizona Receivers/Passing Game Coordinator 2004...................................Livingstone Offensive Coordinator 2005....................................... Davidson Quarterbacks/Receivers/ Passing Game Coordinator 2006............. North Carolina Central Assistant Head Coach/ Offensive Coordinator/ Quarterbacks 2007-10...... North Carolina Central Head Coach (16-22 overall) 2012-Present.......Central Michigan Receivers

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Butch Barry Tight Ends Fourth Season

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College.....Central Michigan, 2001 Family...........................Wife, Andrea; Daughters, Aislin and Bridget Son, Finn

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2002-03.................Central Michigan Graduate Assistant 2004-05...........Southwest Minnesota St. Offensive Line 2006............................. Michigan Tech Offensive Line 2007-08...................... Michigan Tech Offensive Coordinator/ Offensive Line 2009.........................North Greenville Offensive Coordinator/ Offensive Line/ Recruiting Coordinator

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The 2013 season will be Butch Barry’s fourth as the tight ends coach at his alma mater. In 2012, under Barry’s guidance, five different CMU tight ends earned starts, combining for 32 receptions for 305 yards and three touchdowns. The unit was also key in the run game, paving the way for Zurlon Tipton to rush for 1,492 yards and 19 touchdowns. Barry worked directly with All-Mid-American Conference second team selection David Blackburn in 2011. Blackburn set career highs for receptions (34), receiving yards (479) and touchdown receptions (5) during his senior season en route to becoming the first CMU tight end since 1996 to earn allconference recognition. Blackburn posted then-career highs in receptions (22), receiving yards (285) and touchdown receptions (three) as a junior in 2010. Barry also mentored redshirt freshman A.J. Westendorp in 2010, who started two games at tight end after transitioning from the quarterback position during the preseason. Barry returned to CMU after spending the 2009 season as the offensive coordinator, recruiting coordinator and offensive line coach at North Greenville University. The Crusaders ranked sixth nationally in sacks allowed (nine sacks in 10 games) in 2009. Barry spent the 2006-08 seasons at Michigan Tech, coaching the offensive line for three seasons and adding the responsibilities of offensive coordinator for his final two seasons. In three seasons, Barry worked directly with four All-Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference first-team selections and a total of 10 All-GLIAC honorees. The Huskies rushed for at least 2,000 yards each of Barry’s three seasons. In 2007, Michigan Tech averaged 30.1 points per game and 414.1 yards of offense per game. Graduating in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in construction management, Barry was a five-year member of the football program who earned three varsity letters as an offensive lineman and was named to the Academic AllMid-American Conference team in 2000. He served as a graduate assistant at CMU for the 2002 and 2003 seasons before being named the offensive line coach at Southwest Minnesota State, where he spent the 2004 and 2005 seasons. Barry also coordinated the strength and conditioning program while at Southwest Minnesota State. Barry and his wife, Andrea, are the parents of two daughters, Aislin and Bridget, and a son, Finn.

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Archie Collins Cornerbacks First Season

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Archie Collins, a former defensive graduate assistant at Michigan State, was added to Dan Enos’ staff in April 2013 as the Central Michigan cornerbacks coach. On Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio’s staff since 2010, Collins assisted with coaching the defensive backs and special teams in addition to recruiting. While at Michigan State, working under defensive backs coach Harlon Barnett, he helped six Spartans earn 10 all-conference honors and contributed to a Big Ten Championship in 2010. Prior to his stint at Michigan State, Collins coached in the Detroit Public School League for seven years. Nine of his players earned all-state honors while 28 received all-city recognition. Starting in 2006, Collins held the position of defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach for Southeastern High School for three years, helping the Jugaleers capture back-to-back district and division championships in 2008-09. During his time at SHS, the Jugaleers recorded 15 shutouts, totaled 126 takeaways, and scored 16 defensive touchdowns. In 2005, Collins was the defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach at Mackenzie High School. Collins also served as defensive backs coach for two seasons at his high school alma mater, Cass Tech (2003-04). While at CTHS, the Technicians combined to record 29 interceptions and 22 pass break-ups and score four defensive touchdowns. Collins played collegiately at Michigan State from 1996-97. A safety, he was a two-time letterwinner and was named player of the week twice for his performances against Penn State in 1996 and Purdue in 1997. A Detroit native, Collins earned his bachelor’s degree in finance (1998) and master’s degree in kinesiology and coaching (2011) from Michigan State. Collins and his wife, Brandi, have a daughter, Amber (10), and a son, Archie IV (3).

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Hometown.......................Detroit, Mich. College...............Michigan State, 1998 Family..................................Wife, Brandi; Daughter, Amber; Son, Archie IV

Coaching History 2010-2013................ Michigan State Defensive Graduate Assistant 2013-Present.......Central Michigan Cornerbcks

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Gino Guidugli Running Backs/Recruiting Coordinator First Season

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Hometown................. Fort Thomas, Ky. College.........................Cincinnati, 2005

Coaching History 2009-11.................Central Michigan Offensive Graduate Assistant

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Gino Guidugli, a former offensive graduate assistant at Central Michigan, was introduced as the Chippewas’ running backs coach in March 2013. Guidugli assisted in coaching the receivers and the defensive scout team from 2009-2011 in his first stint at Central Michigan. Most recently, Guidugli was the starting quarterback for the Arena Football League’s Milwaukee Mustangs. In 2011, he passed for 1,313 yards with 23 touchdowns and four interceptions in five games and helped lead the Mustangs on a three-game winning streak to finish the season. Guidugli has also played professionally in the AFL for the New York Dragons (2008), for the CFL’s British Columbia Lions (2007-08), and with the Green Bay Blizzard of the AFL2 (2007, 2009), earning Offensive Player of the Week honors three times during the regular season. He also spent training camp and the pre-season with the NFL’s Tennessee Titans in 2005. Guidugli played collegiately at the University of Cincinnati from 2001-04. He is the Bearcats’ record holder for attempts (1,556), completions (880), passing yards (11,453), touchdown passes (78), and total offense (11,661). Guidugli guided UC to a victory in the 2004 Fort Worth Bowl, when Enos was Guidugli’s position coach, earning MVP honors. In 2001, he received freshman All-America recognition, leading Cincinnati to seven wins and a berth in the Motor City Bowl. A four-year letter winner, Guidugli was named the Claude Rost Team MVP in 2001 and 2004. Also a standout in the classroom, he was a three-time Conference USA Scholar Athlete. In 2005, Guidugli was inducted into the University’s Ring of Honor. A native of Fort Thomas, Ky., Guidugli earned his bachelor’s degree in business marketing from Cincinnati (2005) and master’s degree in sport administration from Central Michigan (2012).

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George Ricumstrict Defensive Line First Season

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George Ricumstrict, a former All-MAC linebacker and assistant coach at Central Michigan, was introduced as the Chippewas’ defensive line coach on January 24, 2013. Ricumstrict’s coaching career spans two decades, all at the collegiate level, beginning in 1991 as a graduate assistant at his alma mater. Most recently, Ricumstrict served as an assistant at Eastern Illinois, coaching defensive ends. One year earlier, he spent a season at Central Missouri, where he directed special teams and the linebackers. Prior to working at Central Missouri, Ricumstrict spent six years in the Big Ten with Indiana (2005-10) as the co-special teams coordinator and defensive ends and linebackers coach. In 2000, Ricumstrict returned to CMU to coach linebackers and special teams under head coach Mike DeBord and remained on staff through 2003. In 2004, he coached the linebackers at Miami (Ohio). Prior to his stint at CMU, Ricumstrict served in a variety of coaching roles at a number of stops including Northwood (1993-94), Wayne State (1995), Michigan State (1996), Army (1997), and Missouri Southern (1998-99). Ricumstrict was a four-year letterman from 1985-88 at CMU, contributing to 24 wins during his career. In his senior year, he was named the team’s Most Valuable Player and received Second Team All-MAC recognition as an inside linebacker. That season, he was honored as MAC Defensive Player of the Week on two occasions, following a 10-tackle performance versus Montana State and after recording 10 tackles and two interceptions, returning one 71 yards for a touchdown, against Toledo. He finished the season with 121 total tackles, including 71 solos and 11 for loss, and had three interceptions and one fumble recovery. Ricumstrict was also the recipient of the 1988 Kurt Dobronski Award, an honor presented annually to the Central Michigan senior who demonstrates great effort, intensity and appreciation for the football program. For his CMU career, the Detroit native and Northwestern High School grad compiled 266 total tackles (126 solos), 18 stops for a loss, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery, and three interceptions. Ricumstrict earned both his bachelor’s degree (1990) and master’s degree (1992) from Central Michigan. Ricumstrict and his wife, Sandy, have two sons, Obie (15) and Anton (11).

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Hometown.......................Detroit, Mich. College...........Central Michigan, 1990 Family.................................. Wife, Sandy; Sons, Obie and Anton

Coaching History 1991........................Central Michigan Graduate Assistant 1993-94............................Northwood Linebackers 1995................................. Wayne State Linebackers 1996............................ Michigan State Defensive Backs 1997............................................... Army Defensive Backs 1998-99 ............. Missouri Southern Defensive Backs/Linebackers 2000-03 ................Central Michigan Special Teams/Linebackers 2004................................ Miami (Ohio) Linebackers 2005-10....................................Indiana Co-Special Teams/Defensive Ends/Linebackers

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2011..........................Central Missouri Special Teams/Linebackers 2012............................. Eastern Illinois Defensive Ends 2013-Present.......Central Michigan Defensive Line

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Plas Presnell Director of Operations 31st season

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College......... Michigan State, 1973 Family..................................Wife, Sue; Daughter, Kate; Son, Ben

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Plas Presnell’s career with the Central Michigan football program has spanned three decades and six head coaches. The 2013 season will be Presnell’s 31st as part of the CMU staff. In his role as director of football operations, Presnell oversees the day-to-day operations of the football program including coordinating team travel and the program’s summer camps. Presnell was a full-time assistant coach for 22 seasons at CMU while also handling the duties of recruiting coordinator, director of operations and associate head coach. He worked directly with four first team All-MAC players and five first team Academic All-MAC selections during his time as a position coach. Presnell has been a part of eight conference championships during his collegiate coaching career: six at Central Michigan (1980-90-94-2006-07-09) and two at Saginaw Valley State (1983-84). Presnell’s coaching career began at Charlevoix (Mich.) High School (197477, 1979) where he was the defensive coordinator for four years and the offensive coordinator for one year. He served as a graduate assistant at CMU under head coach Herb Deromedi in both 1978 and 1980 before being hired as a full-time assistant under Deromedi in 1981. Following the 1982 season, Presnell was named the defensive coordinator at Saginaw Valley State. He was the defensive coordinator at SVSU from 1983-86, helping lead the Cardinals to a record of 26-10-1 (including 23-1 in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference). The Allen Park, Mich. native returned to CMU in 1987 to work with the outside linebackers. Presnell worked with five different position groups over the following 16 seasons, including a five-year stint as tight ends coach during which he worked with two current NFL players. He helped develop both Tory Humphrey (New Orleans Saints) and Joe Staley (San Francisco 49ers), a converted tight end who was a first-round NFL draft pick as a left tackle in 2007. Humphrey was named second team Freshman All-America by Sporting News in 2001. While he was assigned the operations and recruiting coordinator duties each season beginning in 1987, Presnell was officially named CMU’s director of football operations in 2001. He continued to coach tight ends from 200103 (adding the title of associate head coach in 2003) and worked with the Chippewas’ kickers, punters and long-snappers from 2004-06. Beginning in 2007, Presnell was exclusively in charge of the program’s day-to-day operations. Presnell is a 1973 graduate of Michigan State. He and his wife, Sue, have two children: Ben and Kate.

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Rick Perry Strength and Conditioning Fourth Season

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Rick Perry was hired in January 2010 as Central Michigan’s director of strength and conditioning. He coordinates the training efforts for all 16 sport programs and has direct oversight of football. Perry had served on the strength and conditioning staff at Notre Dame since 2006, assisting the football program while overseeing the men’s soccer and lacrosse teams. Prior to Notre Dame, he spent eight years as the head strength and conditioning coach at Missouri State and two years as a graduate assistant at Kansas. Also experienced as a coach, Perry was the defensive tackles coach and assistant defensive line coach at Idaho State in 1995 and the defensive line coach and strength and conditioning coach at Buena Vista in 1994. Perry graduated from Missouri State with a bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1995. He played football for two seasons (1988-89) at Garden Community College and two (1990-92) at Missouri State. He received a master of science in education with a specialization in sport administration and nutrition from Kansas in 1998. A 1993 free agent signee with the Detroit Lions, Perry and his wife, Lori, have two daughters–Sophie and Abbie. He is certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association (CSCCa), and in 2002 was a nominee for the NSCA Strength and Conditioning Professional of the Year award. In May 2013, Perry was named a recipient of the prestigious certification of Master Strength of Conditioning Coach (MSCC) by the CSCCa, the highest honor presented in the strength and conditioning coaching profession.

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Jay M c Dowell Video Coordinator Fourth Season

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Jay McDowell was named the football program’s video coordinator in 2010, hired to oversee a state-of-the-art video analysis system, the DragonFly game exchange system, five student workers and the maintenance of a recruiting video database. He coordinates the filming of all practices and games and the production of highlight films and graphics. McDowell came to CMU from Southern Miss where he spent three years as Director of Video Operations then two years as Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Technology. Prior to Southern Miss, he was the Director of Video Operations at Louisiana- Monroe for five years. Other stops have included Colorado and McNeese State. McDowell graduated from McNeese State with a bachelor’s degree in mass communications in 1997. He was a four-year letterman for the McNeese State football team, helping lead the Cowboys to the NCAA Division I-AA national championship game as a senior. He and his wife, Misty, have a son, Dakota, and a daughter, Mia Isabel.

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Ryan Ettinger..................... Graduate Assistant

Ben Presnell....Assist. Director of Operations

Dave DeBoer...................... Graduate Assistant

Jeremy Ploch...................................... Academics

Jesse Johnson.................... Graduate Assistant

Diane Craven........... Assistant to Head Coach

Zach Riepma...................... Graduate Assistant

Greg McGillvary........................Athletic Trainer

Jason Assmann......................... Quality Control

Michael McPike......... Equipment Operations

Travis Wiltzius............................ Quality Control

John Regenfuss.....................Communications

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Dave Heeke Associate Vice President/Athletics Director Eighth Year

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Dave Heeke has instilled his vision of a “Championship Culture” at Central Michigan University. Athletic success, academic excellence, national media exposure, record fundraising and a commitment to facilities have defined Heeke’s tenure as CMU’s director of athletics. Under Heeke’s guidance, Central Michigan athletics attained new heights of success during the 2012-13 seasons. Six teams – football, soccer, women’s basketball, wrestling, gymnastics, and softball – qualified for the NCAA postseason. The football team made its fifth bowl appearance in the last seven years, winning the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl in Detroit in front of a national television audience. The soccer program became the first in MAC history to earn an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament. Women’s basketball claimed a third-straight 20-plus win season, a MidAmerican Conference Tournament title and the program’s first NCAA Tournament appearance in 29 years. Gymnastics advanced to the NCAA Regionals for the fifth straight year, earning its fourth consecutive MAC championship along the way. Overall, Central Michigan finished 88th in the Learfield Sports’ Directors Cup, second best in the MidAmerican Conference. In April, the CMU football program captured the national spotlight once again, as offensive tackle Eric Fisher made history when he was selected No. 1 overall in the NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs. Heeke is contributing to the national landscape as a member of the NCAA Division I Baseball Committee and the Division I Football Issues Committee, serving as chair of the football committee in 2012-13, his fifth and final year. He had previously served on the baseball committee from 2006-08. In June 2013, Heeke was appointed to the Division I Athletic Director Advisory Group. One of just 11 Division I athletic director’s nationwide to be selected for the appointment, the group will meet periodically with NCAA President Mark Emmert and his staff to provide feedback and perspective on issues affecting DI athletics. The Chippewas earned the Mid-American Conference’s inaugural Cartwright Award after the 2008-09 academic year as the league’s top overall institution, capturing the annual honor given to the program that most exemplifies excellence in academics, athletics and citizenship. The 2009-10 academic year brought conference championships in football, women’s soccer, wrestling, gymnastics and baseball. The Chippewas added conference tournament titles in women’s soccer, wrestling and baseball while the men’s basketball program repeated as the MAC West Division champion. The department captured the 2007 Reese Trophy for MAC men’s all-sports competition, and they have finished in the top three in four of his five years. In 2010, CMU placed second in the Reese standings and third in the Jacoby Trophy (women’s all-sports) standings, following one of the most successful years in recent history, and the women’s standing improved to second in 2011. The Chippewa football program made four consecutive bowl appearances from 2006-09 and won three MAC West titles during that span. CMU’s wrestling program has finished in the top 15 at the NCAA Championships each of the last five years, including a seventh-place finish to cap a 2008 season that saw the Chippewas ranked as high as No. 2 nationally. In 2010, they became the first squad in MAC history to qualify all 10 wrestlers for nationals. Both the volleyball and women’s basketball programs have experienced their most successful seasons in nearly two decades in recent years, advancing to postseason play each of the last two years, while the soccer team won back-to-back MAC regular-season and tournament titles, winning a first-round NCAA Tournament match in 2009. The athletic exploits of CMU’s student-athletes are topped only by their academic accomplishments. The Chippewas have earned the MAC’s Institutional Academic Achievement Award 10 times in the last 13 years, and CMU’s women’s varsity programs combined to win the conference’s inaugural Faculty Athletics Representative Academic Achievement Award following the 2007-08 academic year. The Chippewa soccer program posted the highest grade-point average in the country for eight consecutive years, while softball routinely ranks among the nation’s highest team grade point averages. In 2012, the field hockey program posted the highest GPA in the nation, a collective 3.61, to earn a Division I National Academic Team Award for the fourth consecutive season and fifth time in the last six years. Facility upgrades and renovations for all sports have been staples under Heeke’s leadership. Highlighting his efforts is the ongoing capital campaign to fund the new CMU Events Center, which opened December 1, 2010. The $22.5 million project includes a complete renovation of the arena in the Rose Center, as well as the addition of a dynamic entryway and new practice facilities for basketball, volleyball and wrestling. Among the first facility improvements Heeke oversaw was the installation of permanent lights at Kelly/Shorts Stadium to allow for flexible scheduling and television appearances for football. A new $2.5 million video scoreboard system, funded fully through private contributions, debuted during the 2007-08 seasons in both Kelly/Shorts and Rose Center. The Rose Center court was refinished with an updated floor design in 2006. Other additional facility improvements have included a $700,000 gymnastics practice facility, the naming and renovation of Margo Jonker Stadium for softball, stadium seating at the Field Hockey Complex, the resurfacing of the Jack Skoog Indoor Track and construction of a suite of track offices overlooking the Jack Skoog Indoor Track. An increased focus on fund-raising has led to five consecutive record-breaking years - the most successful years

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Marcy Weston has spent 41 years as a major influence on intercollegiate athletics, both at Central Michigan University since 1972 and on a national level. Weston oversees five sports – volleyball, soccer, field hockey, gymnastics and women’s basketball – as Executive Associate Director of Athletics/Sport Administration at CMU. Her duties include supervising student-athlete services, sports medicine, strength and conditioning, student employment and department personnel. Weston served as Senior Associate Athletics Director from 1989 until 2011. Well-known across the country, she served as the National Coordinator of NCAA Women’s Basketball Officiating from 1986 to 2005. Weston has extensive officiating experience of her own, officiating the 1982 and 1984 NCAA Women’s Basketball championship games. The National Association of Sport Officials honored Weston in 2008 as the first female to earn the Gold Whistle Award. The award recognizes an individual who significantly contributes to the betterment of officiating on a national level. The NCAA recognized Weston in 1991 as one of nine major contributors to the first decade (1981-91) of NCAA women’s basketball. Weston was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2000, and four years later, was inducted into the CMU Athletics Hall of Fame, which is named in her honor. Her career at CMU began as a coach for the field hockey, volleyball and women’s basketball teams. Weston amassed a 419-143-15 record in 15 years at the helm of the volleyball program, while coaching three Mid-American Conference Players of the Year, 20 All-MAC student-athletes and seven academic All-MAC honorees. Her teams hold the program’s single-season records for most wins (54 in 1981), best winning percentage (.864, 38-6 in 1982) and longest winning streak (13 matches in 1981). Weston has received special recognition awards from the University of Dayton National Alumni Association (2000), the Michigan High School Athletic Association (2000) and the CMU Leadership Institute (2001). She was named National Collegiate Women Administrators Region V Administrator of the Year (1994), NCAA Regional Gymnastics Administrator of the Year (2003 & 2004) and was selected as CMU’s nominee for the 2004 Michigan Distinguished Woman in Higher Education Leadership Award. Weston graduated from Dayton with a Bachelor of Science degree and received her Master of Education from Kent State. She resides in Mount Pleasant and enjoys golfing, recreational travel and spending time with friends and family.

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of giving in the department’s history. The 2007-08 school year marked the first time in school history that $1 million was generated for annual funds thanks to an all-time high in number of donors. In the past six years, the department’s fund-raising numbers have doubled, increasing to $1.2 million in 2010-1. Heeke has reorganized athletic fundraising through a new umbrella organization called the Chippewa Athletic Fund (CAF). In addition to the traditional Chippewa Club, the CAF includes the Championship Fund program that provides opportunities for donors to give directly toward a sport program’s specific needs. The CAF also focuses on generating capital gifts to help improve and maintain facilities for the demands of tomorrow. In 2009, Heeke announced an agreement between the athletics department and Adidas on an exclusive apparel and shoe contract. All of CMU’s varsity athletics programs are now outfitted by Adidas, bringing consistency to color, design and logo usage on all uniforms and apparel. The contract marks the first time all of CMU’s varsity athletics programs have been included in a single, all-encompassing apparel agreement, and it includes special apparel pricing for club sport programs, intramurals and other campus groups. Heeke was introduced as the Chippewas’ athletics director at a press conference Dec. 8, 2005, and took over the reins on Jan. 16, 2006. He replaced Herb Deromedi who retired after 11 years as athletics director and 38-plus years of total service to the university. The East Lansing, Mich., native spent 18 years at the University of Oregon, including serving as senior associate athletics director/chief of staff. There he assisted the athletics director with the daily operation of the Ducks’ $40 million budget and 17 sports. His primary role was revenue generation through external operations. He also was the direct administrative supervisor for football, men’s basketball, women’s soccer and softball. Heeke received a bachelor’s degree from Albion College in 1985 and a master’s degree from Ohio State University in 1987. At Albion, he was a co-captain of the baseball team and a member of the club hockey team. He was a threesport athlete at East Lansing High School. Heeke received the Distinguished Alumni Award from the East Lansing Educational Foundation in 2007. He and his wife, Liz, have three boys, Ryan, Max and Zach.

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Dave Heeke................................................ Associate Vice President/Athletics Director Marcy Weston........................................... Executive Associate AD/Sport Administration Bob Heller................................................... Associate AD for Development Brad Wachler............................................. Associate AD for Business Affairs Craig Willey................................................ Assistant AD for the Chippewa Athletic Fund Nick Williams............................................. Associate AD for Marketing, Sales and Corporate Relations Tera Albrecht............................................. Assistant AD for Student-Athlete Services Mike Dabbs................................................ Assistant AD for Ticketing Sales and Revenue Greg Kigar.................................................. Assistant AD for Facilities and Events Kristen Kosuda-Suhr............................... Assistant AD for Facilities and Sports Camps Benjy Wilber.............................................. Assistant AD for Compliance Rob Wyman............................................... Interim Director of Communications

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Keno Davis

Sue Guevara

Cristy Freese

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Tom Beidleman

Jerry Reighard

Peter McGahey

Margo Jonker

Erik Olson

Tom Borrelli

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Jr./So. • Offensive Lineman 6-7 • 300 Lansing, Mich./Waverly HS

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2012: Appeared in 11 games … served as a back-up on the offensive line and played on special teams. 2011: Redshirted. High School: Ranked No. 33 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 47 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list … Associated Press Division 3-4 all-state honorable mention … named to Lansing State Journal Dream Team … selected to play in 2011 MHSFCA East-West All-Star Game … credited with 63 tackles as a defensive lineman during senior season … also had two sacks and one interception return for a touchdown … four-year letterman and three-year starter … also a four-year letterman in basketball and three-year letterman in track and field.

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2012: Redshirted. High School: Ranked No. 42 on Detroit News Blue Chip list … No. 45 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … helped lead Brother Rice to 2011 MHSAA Division 2 state championship … three-sport athlete … also played basketball and throws the shot put and discus on the track team … hails from the same high school as current Chippewa linebackers Shamari Benton, Justin Cherocci and Tim Hamilton.

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So./Fr. • Defensive Back 6-1 • 205 Hartland, Mich./Rochester Adams HS

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2012: Redshirted. High School: Two-way player who lined up at safety and quarterack in high school … ranked No. 33 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … No. 34 on Detroit News Blue Chip list … selected to play in 2012 MHSFCA East-West All-Star game … Associated Press Division 1/2 all-state first team honoree … named to the Detroit Free Press Dream Team … credited with 67 tackles and five interceptions as a senior … set school records with 1,600 rushing yards and 24 rushing touchdowns as a senior ... helped lead Adams to a 7-4 record and its 15th consecutive state playoff appearance in 2011 … also lettered once each in basketball and baseball … all-county selection in baseball … batted .370 and was a perfect 32-for-32 in stolen base attempts … nephew of former CMU defensive back Steve Annese, a three-year letterman from 1977-79.

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Stefon Armstead Jr./So. • Defensive Back 5-10 • 175 Southfield, Mich./Southfield Lathrup HS

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So./Fr. • Linebacker 6-1 • 243 Romeo, Mich./Romeo HS

NICK BEAMISH

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Academics: Maintains a 3.25 GPA. 2012: Named CMU Offensive Rookie of the Year … started all 13 games at center … part of an offense that averaged 6.2 yards per play, second best in the MAC, produced nearly 400 yards of offense per game, and scored 30 more points in 10 games … helped anchor an offensive line that allowed just 15 sacks, which ranked No. 17 nationally … helped pave the way for running back Zurlon Tipton to rush for 1,492 yards and 19 touchdowns, the second highest total ever by a Chippewa … protected quarterback Ryan Radcliff as he threw for 3,000-plus yards for the third consecutive season (3,158) and posted the best touchdown-to-interception ratio of his career (23-9). 2011: Redshirted. High School: Ranked No. 43 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list and No. 46 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … selected to play in 2011 MHSFCA East-West All-Star Game … earned All-Metro West accolades from the Detroit Free Press and Detroit News … all-conference first team center and all-conference second team defensive end in 2010 … as a defensive end, credited with 73 tackles, including seven for a loss of yardage, in 2010 … all-conference honorable mention center as a junior … three-year starter … also earned two varsity letters in basketball and four in golf.

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Jr./So. • Offensive Lineman 6-3 • 310 Riverview, Mich./Community HS

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Academics: Possesses a 3.29 GPA. 2012: Redshirted. High School: Three-year starter … ranked No. 37 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … selected to play in 2012 MHSFCA East-West All-Star game … Associated Press Division 1-2 all-state first team selection … member of the Detroit News and Detroit Free Press all-state teams … all-county and all-conference first team linebacker … helped lead Romeo to three straight regional playoff appearances … won Macomb Area Conference Red Division title in 2010 … credited with 88 tackles, seven sacks, an interception and a forced fumble in 2011 … made 102 tackles as a junior … finished with 260 career tackles … lettered one season in wrestling.

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2012: Made first career appearance against Michigan State (9/8). 2011: Redshirted. High School: Ranked No. 44 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 50 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list … accounted for more than 1,000 all-purpose yards on offense … credited with 50 tackles and three interceptions on defense … two-year starter … member of the all-conference honor roll.

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Sr./Sr. • Linebacker 6-0 • 235 Detroit, Mich./Brother Rice HS

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|----Tackles----| |-Fumbles-| |-INT-| G Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks FR-Yds FF No-Yards PBU 10 6 6 12 1.0-4 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 9 24 34 58 3.5-8 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1 13 54 72 126 1.5-1 0-0 2-0 0 1-11 3 32 84 112 196 6.0-13 0-0 2-0 1 1-11 4

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Academics: Owns a 3.11 GPA. 2012: Earned Little Caesars Pizza Bowl Lineman of the Game honors after leading CMU with nine tackles in the win over Western Kentucky … topped the Chippewas in solo tackles (54) and fumble recoveries (2) … ranked second on the team, No. 7 in the MAC, and 24th nationally with 126 total tackles … recorded five double-digit tackle games and led the CMU defense in tackles in seven games … made eight tackles in season opening win over Southeast Missouri State (8/30) … had seven total tackles against Michigan State (9/8) … recorded five tackles and recovered a fumble in upset win over Iowa (9/22) … led the team with 12 tackles at Northern Illinois (9/29) … made a team-high eight tackles at Toledo (10/6) … set a career-high with 14 tackles against Navy (10/12) … had 12 total stops and recorded his team-best second fumble recovery of the season versus Ball State (10/20) … made nine tackles in win over Akron (10/27) … registered his first career interception against Western Michigan (11/3), nearly returning it for a touchdown … had eight tackles in road victory versus Eastern Michigan (11/10) … led CMU with 12 tackles and a pass break up against Miami (Ohio) (11/17) … recorded a season high nine solo stops (13 total tackles) in regular season finale at UMass … helped spearhead a defense that limited a potent Western Kentucky offense to just 21 points in win in the 2012 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. 2011: Started and made three tackles in season opener against SCSU (9/1) ... recorded four tackles and a quarterback hurry at Kentucky (9/10) ... recorded nine tackles and three quarterback hurries at NC State (10/8) ... recorded six tackles, including .5 for a loss, against Eastern Michigan (10/15) ... led the defense with a career-high 10 tackles, including two for a loss of six yards, at Ball State (10/22) ... recorded nine tackles at Akron (10/29) ... led the CMU defense with seven tackles and recorded a QB hurry at Kent State (11/4) ... recorded nine tackles against Ohio (11/10) ... made a tackle against Toledo (11/18). 2010: Competed in 10 games ... recorded first career forced fumble in first collegiate appearance against Hampton (9/2) ... made first career tackle for loss in loss against Miami (10/18) ... tallied three tackles in loss at Northern Illinois (10/23). 2009: Redshirted. High School: Three-year starter ... team captain ... ranked No. 19 on Lansing State Journal’s list of the top 22 seniors in the state ... ranked No. 37 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 ... named to Oakland County Dream Team by the Oakland Press ... collected 72 tackles, including 12 for a loss, one interception and one fumble recovery ... career totals are 167 tackles, 20 tackles for loss and nine sacks ... helped lead Brother Rice to two Catholic League championships ... earned one varsity letter in track and field.

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deon butler Sr./Jr. • Tight End 6-31/2 • 238 Detroit, Mich./Inkster HS

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2012: Played in 11 games … caught six passes for 84 yards and one touchdown for the season … had one reception for six yards against Michigan State (9/8) … hauled in one catch for nine yards at Northern Illinois (9/29) … recorded a season-high three receptions for 46 yards and his first collegiate touchdown at Toledo (10/6) … caught one pass for 23 yards in road win over Eastern Michigan (10/10). 2011: Made first career appearance in season opener against SCSU, recording one tackle and five receiving yards (9/1) ... appeared at Kentucky (9/10) ... recorded seven receiving yards at Western Michigan (9/17) ... appeared at Michigan State (9/24) ... made first career start against Northern Illinois (10/1) ... recorded a catch for seven yards at NC State (10/8) ... started against Eastern Michigan (10/15) ... appeared at Ball State (10/22) ... caught one pass for seven yards at Akron (10/29) ... appeared at Kent State (11/4) ... recorded two tackles against Ohio (11/10) ... recorded career-highs with two catches for 23 yards against Toledo (11/18). 2010: Redshirted. High School: No. 41 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … No. 54 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list … named to the All-West second team by the Free Press … also an All-Metro West first-team selection by the Detroit News … helped lead team to a Division 2 state runner-up finish in 2009 … caught seven passes for 114 yards in the 2009 state championship game … finished senior season with 67 receptions and 12 touchdowns … returned to the football program as a senior after concentrating on basketball as a sophomore and junior … helped lead Inkster’s basketball team to the 2009 Class B state semifinals … averaged 20 points, 7.3 rebounds and 6.3 assists per game as a junior … all-state second team selection.

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G Rec Yds Avg TD Long Avg/Gm 2011 12 6 49 8.2 0 16 4.1 2012 11 6 84 14.0 1 32 7.6 Career 23 12 133 11.1 1 32 5.8

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|----Tackles----| |-Fumbles-| |-INT-| G Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks FR-Yds FF No-Yards PBU 2011 9 5 6 11 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 2012 11 26 25 51 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 6 Career 20 31 31 62 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 6

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Academics: Maintains a 3.13 GPA. 2012: Started every game in which he played, totaling 11 … missed two games due to injury … ranked fifth on the team with 51 tackles … totaled six pass break-ups … had five tackles and two pass break-ups in season opener against Southeast Missouri State (8/30) … made three solo stops versus Michigan State (9/8) … collected five tackles in upset road win of Iowa (9/22) … recorded a season-high 10 tackles, including nine solos, at Northern Illinois (9/29) … had seven tackles in consecutive games versus Western Michigan (11/3) and Eastern Michigan (11/10) … registered three tackles and two pass break-ups in win over Miami (Ohio) (11/17) … had five tackles in

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Returning Players Little Caesars Pizza Bowl win over Western Kentucky (12/26). 2011: Made first collegiate appearance at Michigan State, recording three tackles (9/24) ... appeared at NC State (10/8) ... appeared against Eastern Michigan (10/15) ... recorded two tackles against Ball State (10/22) ... appeared at Akron (10/29) ... made two tackles at Kent St. (11/4) ... recorded two tackles against Ohio (11/10) ... made a tackle against Toledo (11/18). High School: Ranked No. 41 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list and No. 45 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … Associated Press Division 1-2 all-state honorable mention selection … Times Herald all-area player of the year … all-conference first team selection … three-time academic all-conference honoree … team captain and MVP … three-year starter … credited with 39 tackles and four interceptions as a senior … offensively, caught 15 passes for 300 yards and three touchdowns, rushed for 902 yards and six touchdowns and completed 39 passes for 442 yards and eight scores … also earned three letters in track and field and two in basketball ... cousin, Winslow, is a redshirt freshman defensive back and brother, Mark, is a freshman wide receiver for the Chippewas.

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winslow chapman So./Fr. • Defensive Back 6-0 • 193 Port Huron, Mich./Port Huron HS

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Academics: Owns a 3.60 GPA. 2012: Redshirted. High School: Four-year letterman and three-year starter … ranked No. 42 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … No. 53 on Detroit News Blue Chip list … 2011 team MVP … two-year team captain … part of four straight playoff teams … two-time All-Macomb Area Conference Blue Division first team selection … 2011 MAC Blue MVP … member of the Detroit News all-state first team … helped lead team to school-record 10 wins, a MAC Blue championship and district championship in 2011 … credited with 60 tackles, five pass breakups and four interceptions as a senior … offensively, ran for 1,055 yards and 16 touchdowns, threw for 146 yards and three touchdowns and collected 104 receiving yards as a senior … earned four varsity letters in track and field, two in basketball and one in powerlifting … state qualifier in powerlifting … two-year track team captain … two-time state qualifer on the 4x400m relay and 4x200m relay … helped lead team to school-record 10 wins, a MAC Blue championship and district championship in 2011 carries a 3.6 grade-point average … four-year member of the all-academic team … National Honor Society member … also took classes at St. Clair Community College, earning President’s Honor list recognition … earned 60 free credit hours to take at St. Clair CC for math and science … cousins are CMU junior defensive back Jarret Chapman and freshman wide receiver Mark Chapman.

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justin cherocci Sr./Jr. • Linebacker 6-0 • 231 Rochester Hills, Mich./Brother Rice HS

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|----Tackles----| |-Fumbles-| |-INT-| G Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks FR-Yds FF No-Yards PBU 2011 10 13 16 29 1.0-2 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 1 2012 13 43 89 132 2.5-6 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 2 Career 23 56 95 161 3.5-8 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 3

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2012: Named CMU Co-Defensive Player of the Year … led CMU and ranked fifth in the MAC and 19th nationally with 132 total tackles ... also the nation’s leader in assisted tackles with 89 ... recorded doubledigit stops in seven games and was CMU’s leading tackler in six ... recorded a career-high 15 tackles against Southeast Missouri State (8/30) ... led team with 10 tackles against Michigan State (9/8) ... made

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connor collins

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So./Fr. • Offensive Lineman 6-31/2 • 300 Millington, Mich./Millington HS

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Academics: Possesses a 3.76 GPA. 2012: Redshirted. High School: Two-year starter as a kicker and punter … rated a five-star prospect and the No. 16 prospect nationally by Chris Sailer Kicking … converted 8-of-10 field goals, with a long of 42 yards, as a senior … made 33-of-34 extra points in 2011 … 40-of-51 kickoffs were touchbacks in 2011 … averaged 39.1 yards per punt on 38 punts, with 18 placed inside the opponents’ 20-yard line … helped lead team to a state playoff appearance in 2011 … only kicker in the state of Illinois to earn all-state honors from the Illinois High School Football Coaches’ Association … also collected all-area and all-conference accolades.

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So./Fr. • Kicker 5-11 • 185 Naperville, Ill./Naperville North HS

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Academics: Carries a 4.00 GPA. 2012: Redshirted. High School: Three-year starter on the offensive line … selected to play in 2012 MHSFCA East-West All-Star game … member of the Saginaw News and Flint Journal Dream Team … Thumb Sports Writers’ Association Offensive Lineman of the Year in 2011 … Associated Press Division 5/6 all-state first team as a senior after earning second-team honors as a junior … two-time all-conference first team honoree … earned all-district honorable mention honors as a sophomore at Stony Point High School in Round Rock, Texas … part of state semifinalist teams at Stony Point in 2009 and Millington in 2010 … two-time Tri-Valley East champion while at Millington.

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a team-high seven tackles at Iowa (9/22) ... totaled 10 tackles and one pass break-up at Northern Illinois (9/29) ... recorded 14 tackles against Navy (10/12) ... made eight tackles against Ball State (10/20) ... tied career-high with 15 tackles and one pass break-up against Akron (10/27) ... made 12 tackles against Western Michigan (11/3) ... tallied nine tackles at Eastern Michigan (11/10) ... made seven tackles against Miami (11/17) ... recorded 12 tackles at UMass (11/23) … made eight stops in Little Caesars Pizza Bowl win over Western Kentucky (12/26). 2011: Made first career appearance in season opener win against SCSU (9/1) ... appeared at Kentucky (9/10) ... recorded a tackle at Western Michigan (9/17) ... recorded five tackles at Michigan State (9/24) ... appeared against Northern Illinois (10/1) ... led the Chippewas defense with 11 tackles and broke up a pass at NC State (10/8) ... recorded 10 tackles against Eastern Michigan (10/15) ... appeared at Akron (10/29) ... recorded a tackle at Kent St. (11/4) .. recorded a tackle against Ohio (11/10). 2010: Redshirted. High School: Two-year letterman ... selected to played in the MHSFCA EastWest all-star game ... all-state honoree ... led the state of Michigan with 193 tackles as a junior ... again led the state with 220 tackles as a senior ... holds the top two single season tackle totals in school history ... helped lead Brother Rice to the Division 2 state semifinals in 2009 ... earned Division 1-2 all-state first team honors as a senior.

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avery cunningham Sr./Sr. • Defensive Back 6-0 • 203 Cincinnati, Ohio/Winton Woods HS

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2012: In the starting line-up for all 13 games … finished fourth on the team with 88 tackles … also tallied six tackles for loss, four pass break-ups, two sacks, two interceptions, a team high two forced fumbles, and one blocked kick … had nine tackles in season opener versus Southeast Missouri State (8/30) … recorded five tackles against Michigan State (9/8) and Iowa (9/22) … made nine tackles, including a season high six solos, at Northern Illinois (9/29) … registered a career-best 12 tackles and had one sack for a loss of 13 yards versus Navy (10/12) … recorded second straight double digit tackle performance against Ball State (10/20), totaling 10, and had a forced fumble … had seven stops in win over Akron (10/27) … totaled six tackles, .5 of a sack, and an interception in road win over rival Eastern Michigan (11/10) … had eight tackles and an interception, which he returned for 10 yards, at UMass (11/23) … recorded three solo tackles, forced a fumble, and blocked a punt late in the game in win over Western Kentucky (12/26) in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. 2011: Started and made five tackles in season opener against SCSU (9/1) ... recorded five tackles at Kentucky (9/10) ... made 11 tackles at Western Michigan (9/17) ... led the defense with 10 tackles, one for a loss of two yards, at Michigan State (9/24) ... made four tackles and broke up two passes against Northern Illinois (10/1) ... made eight tackles at NC State (10/8) ... made four tackles against Eastern Michigan (10/15) ... made seven tackles at Ball State (10/22) ... recorded four tackles at Akron (10/29) ... led the CMU defense with seven tackles at Kent St (11/4) ... made four tackles and broke up two passes against Ohio (11/10) ... recorded 10 tackles against Toledo (11/18). 2010: Named to MAC All-Freshman Team by Rivals.com ... started one game in secondary ... recorded first career tackle in first collegiate appearance in win against Hampton (9/2) ... broke up two passes in first career start against Miami (10/16) ... led the defense with 11 tackles in loss vs. Bowling Green (10/30) ... returned his first career interception 63 yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter to give CMU a four-point lead. High School: Associated Press Division II All-Ohio first team honoree … 2009 Fort Ancient Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Year and all-conference first-team honoree … All-Southwest Ohio and all-city firstteam selection … intercepted four passes as a senior … helped lead Winton Woods to the Ohio Division II state championship in 2009, the school’s first state title … selected to play in the Ohio North-South all-star game … ran on Winton Woods’ 4x400m relay team that qualified for the 2009 track and field state championships … honor roll student.

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kevin d’arcy So./Fr. • Offensive Lineman 6-4 • 300 Livonia, Mich./Stevenson HS

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2012: Named to the All-MAC Second Team ... selected to Phil Steele’s All-MAC Third Team ... recipient of the team Co-Offensive Player of the Year Award ... led the team with 860 receiving yards, eight receiving touchdowns, and a 71.7 receiving yards per game average ... his 20.0 yards per reception average led the MAC and ranked No. 1 in the nation among receivers with 40 or more receptions ... ranked second on the team with 43 receptions … caught four passes for 51 yards against Southeast Missouri State (8/30) ... led team with 64 receiving yards versus Michigan State (9/8) ... scored touchdowns on two of his five catches for 74 yards against Iowa (9/22) ... caught a 92-yard touchdown pass at Northern Illinois (9/29), CMU’s longest play of the season ... made five receptions for 97 yards and one touchdown at Toledo (10/6) ... had a 29-yard touchdown reception in the second quarter against Navy (10/12) ... recorded five receptions for 75 yards against Ball State (10/20) ... made four catches for a game-high 112 yards and two touchdowns against Akron (10/27) ... moved into a tie for seventh all-time in career touchdown receptions in school history ... recorded a career-high 208 receiving yards and tied a career-high 10 catches against Western Michigan (11/3) ... first Chippewa since 2005 to have over 200 receiving yards (Damien Linson, 204) ... accounted for 41% of CMU’s offense and totaled the third highest receiving yards all-time ... scored one touchdown against the Broncos to move him into a tie for sixth all-time in school history for career receiving touchdowns (16). 2011: All-MAC third team selection ... named to Phil Steele’s Freshman All-America first team ... named CMU’s Offensive Rookie of the Year ... ranked fourth nationally among freshmen in receiving yards (751) and sixth in touchdown receptions (8) ... eight touchdown receptions set a CMU freshman record and tied for the sixth most in a season in CMU history ... led the team in all-purpose yards, receiving yards and touchdown receptions ... ranked second in receptions ... started at wide receiver in season opener against SCSU and scored a 67-yard touchdown on his first career reception ... caught a career-high 10 passes for a career-high 192 yards and two touchdowns at Kent State (11/4) ... 192 receiving yards are the fifth most in a game in CMU history ... over the season’s final three games, caught 21 passes for 366 yards and six touchdowns. High School: Helped lead team to a perfect 14-0 record and an Illinois Class 7A state championship in 2010 … caught six passes for 104 yards and two touchdowns in the state championship game … finished the season with 58 receptions for 1,239 yards and 18 touchdowns … earned all-state honors from the Chicago Tribune and Champaign Gazette … state qualifier in the long jump, 4x100m relay and 4x200m relay in track and field as a junior.

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Academics: Carries a 3.11 GPA. 2012: Redshirted. High School: Two-year starter as an offensive and defensive lineman … named to the 2011 All-Observer team as an offensive lineman … All-KLAA offensive lineman as a senior … Southeastern Michigan Elite third team offense selection.

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jabari dean So./So. • Defensive Lineman 6-2 • 295 Detroit, Mich./Renaissance HS

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Academics: Owns a 3.22 GPA. 2012: Named CMU Defensive Rookie of the Year … played in 12 games, including 10 starts, tops among the freshman class … totaled 28 tackles, including 1.5 for a loss, one sack, one fumble recovery, and one forced fumble … had a season high five tackles against Northern Illinois (9/29) … recorded three tackles and a forced fumble at Toledo (10/6) … made four tackles against Ball State (10/20) … registered two tackles and first career sack versus Western Michigan (11/3) … made two tackles and a fumble recovery in win over Miami (Ohio) 11/17) … credited with four tackles in Little Caesars Pizza Bowl win over Western Kentucky (12/26). High School: Four-year letterman … ranked No. 23 on Detroit News Blue Chip list … No. 39 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … named to the Detroit News All-State Dream Team … two-time allcity selection … earned all-state recognition as a senior … tallied 62 tackles and career highs of 17 tackles for loss and 12 sacks as a senior … made a career-high 68 tackles, along with nine tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks, as a junior … career totals of 180 tackles, 36 tackles for loss and 20.5 sacks … also excelled in track & field at RHS, winning the Detroit Public Schools League discus and shot put championships in 2010, 2011 and 2012.

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2012: Played in all 13 games, earning four starts … helped pave the way for Zurlon Tipton as he rushed for 1,492 yards and was a key special teams player … caught three passes for 12 yards … returned two kickoffs for 46 yards (23.0 avg.) … had one reception for two yards in first career start versus Akron (10/27) … caught one pass for four yards and returned a kickoff for 34 yards in road win over UMass (11/23) … had one reception for six yards in Little Caesars Pizza Bowl win over Western Kentucky (12/26). 2011: Made first appearance of the season at Western Michigan (9/17) ... appeared at Michigan State (9/24) ... appeared against Northern Illinois (10/1) ... caught a pass for five yards against Eastern Michigan, the first of his career (10/15) ... appeared at Ball State (10/22) ... appeared against Toledo (11/18). 2010: Appeared in all 12 games ... made first collegiate appearance in win against Hampton (9/2). 2009: Redshirted. High School: Three-year starter ... two-year team captain ... selected team’s 2008 MVP after recording 119 tackles, eight sacks and six forced fumbles ... No. 38 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 ... named to the Detroit Free Press All-North squad ... Oakland Press All-Oakland County Dream Team selection ... Detroit News All-Metro honoree ... earned three varsity letters in lacrosse and one in wrestling ... two-time all-state selection in lacrosse.

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Jordan fields So./Fr. • Defensive Back 5-11 • 180 Grand Blanc, Mich./Grand Blanc HS

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G Rec Yds Avg TD Long Avg/Gm 2012 12 17 340 20.0 4 69 28.3 Career 12 17 340 20.0 4 69 28.3

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2012: Played in 12 games, earning his first career start in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl … tied Titus Davis with a team-best 20.0 yards per reception average … finished second on the team in receiving touchdowns (4) and third in receiving yards (340) … totaled 17 receptions … caught the first two passes of his career in the opener against Southeast Missouri State (8/30), totaling 29 yards … had one reception for 26 yards against Ball State (10/20) … burst onto the scene in the road win over Eastern Michigan (11/10), catching a season high nine passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns … caught two passes for 62 yards, including a key 57-yarder, in the win over Miami (Ohio) (11/17) … hauled in touchdown receptions of 69 and 29 yards in the first quarter of the bowl win over Western Kentucky (12/26), finishing the game with three catches for 108 yards and the two scores. 2011: Redshirted. High School: Three-year starter … helped lead team to a 7-5 record and first-round playoff victory ... caught 20 passes for 449 yards and nine touchdowns in 2010 … as a junior, helped lead team to a 9-3 overall record and first-round state playoff victory … caught 32 passes for 442 yards and four scores in 2009 … selected to play in Broward Bowl all-star game … three-year starter … also lettered twice in track and once in basketball.

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Jr./So. • Wide Receiver 6-0 • 182 Miramar, Fla./American Heritage Plantation HS

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2012: Redshirted. High School: Two-year starter … ranked No. 20 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … No. 32 on Detroit News Blue Chip list … No. 21 on the Lansing State Journal Catch 22 list … Associated Press Division 1-2 all-state first team selection as a receiver … named to the Detroit News All-State Dream Team … finished career with 101 tackles 10 interceptions and 12 pass breakups … credited with 31 tackles, six interceptions and five pass breakups as a senior … made a career-high 62 tackles along with three interceptions and six pass breakups as a junior … offensively, caught 67 passes for 1,088 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior … caught 15 passes for 129 yards and two touchdowns in a 30-28 loss to Rockford in the 2011 MHSAA Division I regional finals … 15 receptions is tied for sixth most in a game in Michigan high school history … father, Craig, was a three-year letterman at CMU from 1980-82.

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So./So. • Defensive Back 6-0 • 213 Grand Rapids, Mich./Grand Rapids Christian HS

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|----Tackles----| |-Fumbles-| |-INT-| G Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks FR-Yds FF No-Yards PBU 2012 13 18 18 36 0.5-1 0-0 0-0 0 1-49 3 Career 13 18 18 36 0.5-1 0-0 0-0 0 1-49 3

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Academics: Maintains a 3.42 GPA. 2012: Made first appearance against Southeast Missouri State (8/30) ... recorded first tackle against Michigan State (9/8) … finished with five tackles against the Spartans … made five tackles and one pass breakup at Toledo (10/6) … recorded 11 tackles and one pass break-up against Navy (10/12) … made nine tackles against Ball State and 1 pass break-up (10/20) … returned first career career interception 49 yards for a touchdown at Eastern Michigan (11/10) … made an appearance at Miami (11/17) … appeared in game at UMass (11/23) … made one tackle in Little Caesars Pizza Bowl win against Western Kentucky (12/26). High School: Three-year starter … ranked No. 48 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … Associated Press Division 3-4 all-state first team selection … Detroit Free Press All-Area selection … two-time all-conference selection … credited with 66 tackles as a senior … two-way player who also rushed for 858 yards and scored 15 touchdowns in 2011 … helped lead team to a 10-1 record, conference title and berth in the state playoff district finals in 2011 … also was a state playoff qualifier in 2010 … three-year letterman in basketball and two-year letterman in track and field … basketball team won a pair of conference titles and a district title in 2011.

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Sr./Sr. • Kicker 6-1 • 198 Midland, Mich./Midland HS 2012 Recap History

2012: Appeared in six games … kicked off 19 times for 1120 yards (58.9 avg.) with five touchbacks … totaled seven kickoffs for 416 yards (59.4 avg.) with three touchbacks in season opening win over Southeast Missouri State (8/30) … kicked off six times for 370 yards (61.7 avg.) and two touchbacks in win over Akron (10/27) … kicked off five times for 274 yards (54.8 avg.) against Western Michigan (11/3) … recorded three tackles, including a season high two versus Southeast Missouri State. 2011: Made first career start and totaled 268 kickoff yards in season opener against SCSU (9/1) ... totaled 218 kickoff yards on four attempts at Kentucky (9/10) ... recorded 180 kickoff yards on three attemps at Western Michigan (9/17) ... recorded seven touchbacks and 587 kickoff yards on nine attempts against Northern Illinois (10/1) ... kicked off three times for 180 yards against NC State (10/8) ... kicked off once for 35 yards against Eastern Michigan (10/15). 2010: Did not appear in a game. 2009: Redshirted. High School: All-Saginaw Valley League first team selection in 2008 ... earned Division 1-2 all-state honorable mention recognition from the Associated Press ... named to the Midland Daily News Dream Team ... all-area first team selection by the Saginaw News ... converted 56-of-58 PATs ... longest field goal was 42 yards ... helped lead team to the Division 2 regional finals and a 10-2 overall record ... Midland finished as the Division 2 state runner-up in 2007.

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2012: Redshirted. High School: Ranked No. 23 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … No. 51 on Detroit News Blue Chip list … three-year starter … All-Oakland Activities Association and All-Oakland County first team selection … helped lead Oxford to a state playoff appearance in 2011 … also lettered once each in basketball and track and field … state qualifier in the shot put in 2011.

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So./Fr. • Offensive Lineman 6-6 • 302 Oxford, Mich./Oxford HS

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2012: Appeared in nine games, starting one … finished third on the team with 189 rushing yards on 44 carries (4.3 avg.) with one touchdown … caught three passes for 15 yards … rushed for a season high 102 yards on 17 carries and a touchdown and had one reception for nine yards in season opening win over Southeast Missouri State (8/30) … rushed three times for 12 yards versus Michigan State (9/8) … had nine rushes for 54 yards and one reception for three yards at Northern Illinois (9/29). 2011: Appeared in eight games, making two starts ... made first career appearance at Michigan State, rushing for nine yards on seven carries, with a fumble (9/24) ... ran for 62 yards on 10 carries against Northern Illinois (10/1) ... ran for career highs with 141 yards on 19 carries, and scored a touchdown at Akron (10/29) ... became first CMU freshman to run for 100 yards in a game since Ontario Sneed in 2005 ... ran for 78 yards on 16 carries at Kent St. (11/4). High School: Ranked No. 21 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … Associated Press Division 3-4 all-state first team … carried the ball 225 times for 1,941 yards and 19 touchdowns in 2010 … yardage total ranked second in the state and fifth nationally for a nine-game regular season … twice set school’s single-game rushing record in 2010, running for 293 yards against Avondale on Sept. 17 and 355 yards against Andover on Oct. 1 … split time at quarterback and running back as a junior, passing for 407 yards and four touchdowns and rushing for 365 yards and two scores … school’s all-time leader in career carries (283), rushing yards (2,383) and all-purpose yards (3,150) … earned three varsity letters in football and two each in basketball and track.

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G Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/Gm 2011 8 83 399 21 378 4.6 1 58 47.2 2012 9 44 206 17 189 4.3 1 21 21.0 Career 17 127 605 38 567 4.5 2 58 33.4

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So./So. • Defensive Back 6-1 • 203 Dolton, Ill./Mount Carmel HS

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|----Tackles----| |-Fumbles-| |-INT-| G Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks FR-Yds FF No-Yards PBU 2012 13 8 4 12 0.5-4 0.5-4 1-0 0 0-0 0 Career 13 8 4 12 0.5-4 0.5-4 1-0 0 0-0 0

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2012: Appeared in all 13 games as a true freshman … finished with 12 total tackles (8 solos) … recorded a season high three tackles, all solos, against Michigan State (9/8) … made two tackles and first career fumble recovery at Toledo (10/6) … had one tackle versus Eastern Michigan, including a half-tackle for a loss of four yards. High School: Two-year varsity starter … helped lead team to a 10-4 record in 2011 … two-way player who ran for 1,692 yards and 17 touchdowns as a senior … led team with 102 points scored in 2011 … made 32 tackles as a senior … credited with 75 tackles, three interceptions and two pass breakups as a junior in 2010 … named MVP of the 2011 Prep Bowl … Chicago Tribune all-state selection as a senior … all-area selection by the Chicago Sun-Times … Chicago Catholic League Blue Lawless Award winner as the conference’s Blue Division MVP in 2011 … selected to Tom Lemming’s All-Chicagoland first team … all-area selection as a defensive back in 2010 … helped lead team to a conference title and two state playoff appearances during career.

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|----Tackles----| |-Fumbles-| |-INT-| G Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks FR-Yds FF No-Yards PBU 2012 9 1 5 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Career 9 1 5 6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0

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Academics: Possesses a 3.13 GPA. 2012: Saw action in nine games … had two tackles in win at Iowa (9/22) … made one solo tackle against Toledo (10/6) … recorded a career-high three tackles versus Navy (10/12). 2011: Redshirted. High School: Ranked No. 20 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 33 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list … three-year letterman and two-year varsity starter … helped lead team to state playoff appearances in 2009 and 2010, including district and regional championships in 2009 … made 155 tackles as a junior, second most in school history … tallied 99 tackles as a senior to finish with 254 career stops … set a school record with 27 tackles in a game against Lowell in 2009 … earned all-area, all-county and all-league honors as a junior … Associated Press Division 1-2 all-state first selection as a senior … named to the All-Catholic High School League and Oakland County Dream Teams in 2010 … Detroit News All-Metro first team and Detroit Free Press All-North first team honoree … also lettered in track and field … honor roll student.

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ryan hansen So./So. • Wide Receiver 6-3 • 180 Oxford, Mich./Oxford HS

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jerry harris Sr./Sr. • Wide Receiver 6-1 • 187 Delray Beach, Fla./Boca Raton HS

G Rec Yds Avg TD Long Avg/Gm 2009 14 2 13 6.5 0 7 0.9 2010 12 30 332 11.1 3 36 27.7 2011 12 22 253 11.5 2 32 21.1 2012 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Career 40 54 598 11.1 5 36 15.0

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Granted a fifth year of eligibility by NCAA after suffering a season-ending injury in 2012 2012: Started at wide receiver against Southeast Missouri State (8/30) and Michigan State (9/8) before suffering a seasonending injury … returned five kickoffs for 98 yards (19.6 avg.) with a long of 34 yards. 2011: Played in all 12 games ... led the Chippewas with 91 receiving yards on a career-high six catches at Kentucky (9/10) ... caught three passes for 31 yards at Western Michigan (9/17) ... caught two passes for seven yards at Michigan State (9/24) ... caught three passes for 35 yards against Northern Illinois (10/1) ... caught three passes for 48 yards at NC State (10/8) ... caught three passes for 28 yards and a touchdown against Eastern Michigan (10/15) ... returned seven kickoffs for 188 yards against Ohio (11/10). 2010: Started eight games at receiver ... made first career start at receiver in win over Hampton (9/2) ... caught five passes for a career-high 101 yards and two touchdowns in loss at Virginia Tech (10/9) ... the touchdown on the opening drive was the first of his career ... the 36-yard reception in the second quarter was a career-long ... set a new career high in receptions (six) for 30 yards in loss against Miami (10/16) ... only reception vs. Bowling Green (10/30) went for a touchdown ... finished third on the team in receiving with 332 yards on 30 receptions for three touchdowns. 2009: Competed in all 14 games on special teams and as a backup at receiver … made first career reception against Alcorn State (9/19) … also caught a pass at Buffalo (10/3) … credited with five tackles on special teams. 2008: Redshirted. High School: Two-year starter and letterman … selected to play in Palm Beach County All-Star Game … caught 35 passes for 328 yards and three touchdowns as a senior … all-conference first team selection as a senior … recipient of Super Bobcat Award, presented to team’s top player … also lettered twice in basketball and once in track and field … two-time winner of a Boca Raton area slam dunk contest.

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Academics: Carries a 3.08 GPA. 2012: Did not see game action. High School: Joined CMU as a preferred walk-on … two-year starter … helped lead Dearborn to a 16-2 regular season record and back-to-back state playoff appearances during his two seasons as a starter … set Dearborn High School records with 91 career receptions for 1,445 yards and 24 touchdowns … also holds school’s single-season receiving records … two-time all-league, all-city and All-Metro West selection … member of the Detroit Free Press all-state squad … also a two-year starter in basketball and baseball.

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kevin henry Sr./Jr. • Offensive Lineman 6-4 • 306 Morris, Ill./Morris HS

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2012: Played in 12 games, starting one … started at left tackle versus UMass (11/23), helping the offense score 42 points and secure its sixth win of the season. 2011: Started the season’s final four games at right tackle … made first career start at Akron (10/29) … made first career appearance in season opener against SCSU (9/1) … part of an offensive line that allowed just 17 sacks in 12 games, the fourth fewest overall in the MAC and second fewest per pass attempt. 2010: Redshirted. High School: Three-sport athlete who also played basketball and baseball … Illinois High School Football Coaches’ Association Class 4A all-state honoree … Chicago Sun-Times all-area special mention selection … accounted for 53 tackles and named Morris Daily Herald All-Area Most Valuable Player in 2009 … credited with 51 tackles as a junior … also caught six passes, including a pair of touchdowns, in 2008 … Morris advanced to the state playoffs each of the past three seasons, including a Class 5A state runner-up finish in 2007 … honor roll student … maintained a 4.5 GPA on a 5.0 scale.

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richie hogan Sr./Sr. • Punter 6-2 • 207 Laguna Hills, Calif./Laguna Hills HS

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Punts Yds Avg Long TB FC I-20 50+ Blk 2010 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2011 64 2522 39.4 68 4 20 18 8 0 2012 50 2088 41.8 82 2 12 15 7 0 Career 114 4610 40.4 82 6 32 33 15 0

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Academics: Maintains a 3.43 GPA. 2012: Averaged 41.8 yards per punt, ranking fourth in the MAC … placed 15 kicks inside the 20-yard line with 12 fair catches … only two of 50 punts resulted in a touchback … averaged 38.5 yards per punt with a long of 49 yards at Toledo (10/6) … recorded a long of 58 yards and an average of 44.7 yards per punt against Akron (10/27) … had two punts downed inside the 20 yardline … averaged 52.7 yards per punt against Western Michigan, including a 74 yard punt (11/3) … pinned the Broncos inside their 20-yard line 2-of-3 punts … recognized with MAC West Special Teams Player of the Week honors and received College Football Performance Awards’ Punter Performer of the Week honorable mention for his play versus WMU … averaged 37.8 yards per punt, with a long of 45 yards, at Eastern Michigan (11/10) … had two punts downed inside the 20-yard line against the Eagles … averaged 43.3 yards per kick against Miami (11/17), including a long of 59 yards, with three downed inside the 20-yard line … punted four times for 171 yards (42.8 avg.) with a long of 46 against UMass (11/23) … set the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl record with a booming career long 82-yard punt in the first quarter … averaged 57.3 yards on three punts in the bowl win over Western Kentucky (12/26). 2011: First season as the Chippewas’ starting punter … forced opponents into 20 fair catches and placed 18 punts inside the 20-yard line … averaged 42.1 yards on eight punts, with a long of 51, and forced four fair catches in season opener against South Carolina State (9/1) … dropped three of five punts inside the 20-yard line at Kentucky (9/10) … averaged 42.0 yards on four punts, with two inside the 20 and a long of 51, at Ball State (10/22) … averaged 41.9 yards with a long of 55 against Akron (10/29) …punted five times for an average of 42.6 yards, including a long of 68 yards, and placed three inside the 20-yard line at Kent State (11/4) …

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punted eight times for an average of 38.9 yards against Ohio (11/10) … punted six times for an average of 41.3 yards per punt against Toledo (11/18). 2010: Appeared in two games … made first collegiate appearance as field-goal kicker and made all three extra points in loss at Virginia Tech (10/9). 2009: Redshirted. High School: Two-year starter and letterman … served as team’s punter and placekicker … helped lead team to a 13-0 record and CIF championship in 2008 … set a school record by converting 4-of-4 field goal attempts in a game … also had seven touchbacks on kickoffs and made two PATs in same game … averaged 37.4 yards per punt as a senior … longest punt was 69 yards … converted 49-of-53 extra point attempts in 2008 … earned first team all-county honors as a punter and kicker … Pacific Coast League Kicker of the Year and all-league first team honoree … earned All-CIF Southern Division honors … Scholar-Athlete Award winner … lettered twice in soccer and once in baseball.

Jr./So. • Defensive Lineman 6-1 • 300 Southfield, Mich./Southfield Christian HS

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2012: Appeared in 10 games … totaled 12 tackles as part of defensive line rotation … had two tackles in each of the first two games of the season, against Southeast Missouri State (8/30) and Michigan State (9/8) … also tallied two tackles versus Ball State (10/20) … collected a season high three tackles in road win over Eastern Michigan (11/10). 2011: Redshirted. High School: Ranked No. 18 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list and No. 48 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … Associated Press Division 7-8 all-state first team … two-time All-Oakland County Dream Team selection … led team in tackles (64), tackles for loss (24) and sacks (11) as a junior … two-way starter as a senior … credited with 52 tackles, 29 tackles for loss, four sacks and two forced fumbles in 2010.

So./Fr. • Defensive Lineman 6-4 • 257 Croswell, Mich./Croswell-Lexington HS

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Mike jorde

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2012: Redshirted. High School: Three-year starter who did not allow a sack during varsity career … ranked No. 50 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … selected to play in 2012 MHSFCA East-West All-Star game … helped lead team to an 8-2 record, conference title and state playoff appearance in 2011 … two-time allcounty and two-time All-Thumb selection … earned all-area and All-Blue Water Area Conference honors as a senior … three-time academic all-conference honoree in football … earned four varsity letters in track and field and two in basketball … school-record holder in the discus … four-time academic allconference selection in track.

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Sr./Jr. • Quarterback 6-3 • 220 Montague, Mich./Grand Rapids CC

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G Effic Att-Com-Int Pct Yds TD Long Avg/Gm 2012 2 75.20 4-2-0 50.0 12 0 8 6.0 Career 2 75.20 4-2-0 50.0 12 0 8 6.0

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Academics: Owns a 3.37 GPA. 2012: Played in two games, completing 2-of-4 passes for 12 yards … made his first appearance as a Chippewa at Northern Illinois (9/29) … completed his first pass for CMU against Navy (10/12). At Grand Rapids CC: Led GRCC to a perfect 11-0 record in 2011 (including one victory by forfeit) … directed an offense that averaged 50 points and 509 yards per game … in 10 games played, completed 157-of-230 passes (68.3 percent) for 2,218 yards and 19 touchdowns … also was the team’s third leading rusher with 356 yards and nine touchdowns … named to the Midwest Football Conference All-Region first team and the All-Midwest Football Conference first team. High School: Three-year starter … led the Wildcats to back-to-back state championships and a combined record of 27-1 in 2008 and 2009 … threw for 2,866 yards and 35 touchdowns and ran for 899 yards and 12 scores as a senior in 2009 … finished career with 79 touchdown passes--second most in Michigan high school history--and a schoolrecord 6,361 career passing yards … Associated Press Division 5/6 Player of the Year as a senior … selected to play in 2010 MHSFCA East-West All-Star Game … ranked No. 11 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list, No. 12 on the Lansing State Journal Catch 22 and No. 14 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 following senior season … two-time all-state, all-area and all-conference selection as a quarterback … also earned all-state honors in basketball … Montague’s all-time leading scorer on the hardwood.

kevin king

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Sr./Jr. • Defensive Back 5-10 • 191 Dearborn, Mich./Edsel Ford HS

|----Tackles----| |-Fumbles-| |-INT-| G Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks FR-Yds FF No-Yards PBU 2011 12 2 4 6 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 2012 11 7 7 14 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Career 23 9 11 20 0.0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0

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2012: Played in 11 games, recording 14 tackles (7 solos) … recorded two tackles at Toledo (10/6) … made one tackle against Ball State (10/20) … had a career-high four tackles against Western Michigan (11/3) and versus Eastern Michigan (11/12) … recorded one tackle against Miami (Ohio) (11/17) ... made a tackle at UMass (11/23) … tallied one tackle in Little Caesars Pizza Bowl against Western Kentucky (12/26). 2011: Made first career appearance in season opener against SCSU (9/1) … made a tackle at Kentucky (9/10) … appeared at Western Michigan (9/17) … recorded first career blocked punt and returned a punt for 30 yards at Michigan State (9/24) … appeared against Northern Illinois (10/1) … appeared at NC State (10/8) … made a tackle against Eastern Michigan (10/15) … recorded a tackle at Ball State (10/22) … recorded two tackles at Akron (10/29) … recorded a tackle at Kent St. (11/4) … appeared against Ohio (11/10) … appeared against Toledo (11/18). 2010: Redshirted. High School: Three-year starter … Associated Press

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Division 1-2 all-state first-team selection in 2009 … selected to play in Michigan East-West all-star game … named to Detroit Free Press Dream Team and Detroit News Dream Team … named captain of the Detroit Free Press All-West defense … selected to Detroit News All-Metro West squad … two-time team MVP … rushed for 1,379 yards and 22 touchdowns in 2009 … defensively, intercepted four passes, returning two for touchdowns, and was credited with a team-high 87 tackles in 2009 … finished career with 2,962 rushing yards and 42 touchdowns … helped lead Edsel Ford to state playoff appearances in 2008 and 2009 … also lettered twice in baseball.

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Jr./So. • Wide Receiver 6-3 • 214 Algoma, Wis./Algoma HS

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Academics: Possesses a 3.55 GPA. 2012: Appeared in 10 games … caught two passes for 23 yards and notched five tackles on special teams … one of the heroes of the win over Iowa (9/22), he recovered the

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JESSE KROLL

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Academics: Possesses a 3.62 GPA. 2012: Appeared in all 13 games, making three starts … totaled four catches for 31 yards for the season … made one catch for nine yards at Northern Illinois (9/29) … recorded a career-long 11-yard reception against Western Michigan (11/3) … made one reception for eight yards at Eastern Michigan (11/10) … had one reception for three yards against Miami (Ohio) (11/23). 2011: Completed four tackles for the defense in season opener win against SCSU (9/1) … appeared at Western Michigan (9/17) … recorded a career-high six tackles at Michigan State (9/24) … appeared against Northern Illinois (10/1) ... made three tackles at NC State (10/8) ... appeared against Eastern Michigan (10/15) … made a tackle at Ball State (10/22) … recorded two tackles at Akron (10/29) … appeared at Kent St. (11/4) … appeared against Ohio (11/10) … appeared against Toledo (11/18). 2010: Redshirted … named Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year. High School: No. 18 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … No. 41 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list … Associated Press Division 1-2 all-state special mention selection …earned All-North honors from the Free Press … All-Metro North first-team selection by the Detroit News … selected to play in the Michigan East-West all-star game … helped lead team to a 14-0 record and 2009 Division 1 state championship … team was ranked No. 14 nationally in the final USA Today Super 25 rankings … Associated Press Division 1-2 all-state first-team selection … team captain … made three tackles and intercepted a pass in the state championship game … finished senior season with 105 tackles, 2.5 sacks, two interceptions and a fumble recovery … placed seventh in the state in wrestling at 189 pounds in 2009 … placed third in the state at 215 pounds with a 54-4 record as a senior … helped lead team to a 2010 Division I state team championship.

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Sr./Jr. • Tight End 6-3 • 255 Northville, Mich./Detroit Catholic Central HS

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onside kick that led to CMU’s game winning drive … had one reception for 15 yards against Ball State (10/20) … recorded a season high two tackles versus Western Michigan (11/3) … saw extensive action in Little Caesars Pizza Bowl win over Western Kentucky, catching one pass for eight yards. 2011: Redshirted. High School: Four-year starter … two-time team MVP … all-conference first team selection as a receiver and defensive back as a senior … 2010 conference offensive player of the year … also named first team all-conference as a receiver as a junior … all-conference second team defense in 2009 and honorable mention in 2008 … as a senior, caught 34 passes for 528 yards and six touchdowns … also ran for five scores and had two touchdowns on returns … tallied 37 receptions for 725 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior … added one rushing touchdown and four scores on returns in 2009 … set a school record with four touchdown catches in a game in 2009 … defensively, made 103 tackles and intercepted nine passes during junior and senior seasons combined … also lettered three times in basketball and twice in baseball … all-conference first team selection and team MVP in basketball in 2010 … helped lead baseball team to conference championships in 2008 and 2009 and a regional title in 2009 … allconference second team infielder in 2009 … honor roll student … National Honor Society member.

kelby latta

So./Fr. • Defensive Lineman 6-4 • 312 Battle Creek, Mich./Harper Creek HS

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Academics: Carries a 3.21 GPA. 2012: Redshirted. High School: Ranked No. 16 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … No. 26 on Detroit News Blue Chip list … selected to play in 2012 MHSFCA East-West All-Star game … Associated Press Division 3/4 all-state first team selection … named to the Detroit Free Press and Detroit News All-State Dream Teams … credited with 76 tackles, including nine sacks, on defense as a senior … helped lead Harper Creek to a 9-0 regular season, 12-1 overall mark and berth in the MHSAA Division 3 state semifinals in 2011 … team also advanced to the regional finals in 2010.

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So./So. • Running Back 5-9 • 213 Mason, Mich./Mason HS

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2012: Played in all 13 games as a freshman … finished second on the team with 263 rushing yards on 57 carries (4.6 avg.) and with two rushing touchdowns … caught six passes for 68 yards (11.3 avg.) … returned a team high 29 kickoffs for 669 yards (23.1 avg.) with a long of 69 yards … ranked second on the team with 1,000 all-purpose yards … rushed six times for 33 yards in collegiate debut versus Southeast Missouri State (8/30) … totaled 10 rushing yards and returned first career kickoff 28 yards against Michigan State (9/8) … rushed five times for 33 yards, made one reception for 12 yards, and had a season long kickoff of 69 yards versus Navy (10/12) … carried eight times for 68 yards and rushed for first career touchdown and caught two passes for 26 yards in win over Miami (Ohio) (11/17) … had a season high 10 rushes for 56 yards and one score and had one reception for 16 yards in road victory over UMass (11/23) … rushed four times for 28 yards in Little Caesars Pizza Bowl win over Western Kentucky (12/26). High School: Three-sport athlete … three-year starter at running back … also lettered four years in baseball

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and three years in basketball … helped lead Mason to three conference titles and three state playoff appearances … set school records with 4,001 career rushing yards, 80 touchdowns and a 7.7 yards per carry average … Associated Press Division 3/4 all-state first team selection as a senior … named to Lansing State Journal Dream Team … also collected all-area and all-conference first team accolades as a senior … selected to play in 2012 MHSFCA East-West All-Star game … two-time all-state selection as the baseball team’s centerfielder.

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|----Tackles----| |-Fumbles-| |-INT-| G Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks FR-Yds FF No-Yards PBU 2011 10 21 37 58 3.0-5 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 2012 13 7 28 35 2.0-10 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 2 Career 23 28 65 93 5.0-15 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 2

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2012: Played in 12 games, making three starts … totaled seven receptions for 64 yards (9.1 avg.) for the season … caught a season-high three passes for 23 yards in road win over Iowa (9/22) … rushed once for four yards and had one catch for 11 yards at Northern Illinois (9/29) … caught one ball for 26 yards against Ball State (10/20). 2011: Totaled five receiving yards in season opener against SCSU (9/1) ... Recorded two receiving yards at Kentucky (9/10) ... appeared at Western Michigan (9/17) ... appeared at Michigan State (9/24) ... appeared against Northern Illinois (10/1) ... appeared at NC State (10/8) ... appeared against Eastern Michigan (10/15) ... caught a pass for two yards at Ball State (10/22) ... caught a pass for a career-high 18 yards at Akron (10/29) ... started at Kent St. (11/4) ... appeared against Ohio (11/10) ... caught a career-high three passes for six yards against Toledo (11/18). 2010: Appeared in 10 games ... made first career start at fullback against Eastern Michigan (9/18) ... saw first collegiate game action as a backup in win against Hampton (9/2. High School: No. 28 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … No. 34 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list … earned All-East honors from the Detroit Free Press and All-Metro East first-team accolades from the Detroit News as a linebacker … rushed for 884 yards and scored 17 touchdowns as a senior … served as the lead blocker for a team that rushed for 3,000 yards ... credited with 73 tackles and returned a fumble 50 yards for a touchdown as a senior … also earned three varsity letters in lacrosse and one in wrestling.

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tackles against Michigan State (9/8) … made two stops, including .5 for a loss, in win at Iowa (9/22) … recorded five tackles, including one for a loss of four yards, at Toledo (10/6) … had a season high 10 tackles against Navy (10/12) … made four tackles versus Ball State (10/20) … totaled three assisted tackles at Eastern Michigan (11/10) … recorded two tackles in back-to-back games against Miami (Ohio) (11/17) and UMass (11/23). 2011: Made first career appearance in season opener against SCSU, leading the defense with six tackles (9/1) … recorded three tackles and a quarterback hurry at Kentucky (9/10) … appeared at Western Michigan (9/17) … recorded a career-high 14 tackles in his first career start against Northern Illinois (10/1) … led the defense with 10 tackles, including one for a loss of one yard, at Ball State (10/22) … recorded five tackles at Akron (10/29) … recorded six tackles, including one for a loss of a yard, at Kent State (11/4) … appeared against Ohio (11/10) … made 12 tackles against Toledo (11/18). High School: Three-year starter … helped lead team to a 7-3 record and conference championship as a senior … school record holder for tackles in a career and a single season … finished career with 332 tackles, nine sacks, six forced fumbles and seven fumble recoveries … made 125 tackles, including seven sacks, as a senior in 2010 … credited with 114 tackles as a junior and 93 as a sophomore … two-time all-conference and all-area selection … conference defensive player of the year as a senior … team’s defensive MVP in 2010 … also earned two varsity letters in basketball … earned all-state academic honors as a senior … maintained a 3.4 grade-point average … honor roll student.

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Jr./Jr. • Defensive Lineman 6-3 • 290 Waukesha, Wis./Waukesha West HS

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|----Tackles----| |-Fumbles-| |-INT-| G Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks FR-Yds FF No-Yards PBU 2011 9 11 11 22 2.0-13 2.0-13 0-0 0 0-0 0 2012 13 9 13 22 2.0-12 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Career 22 20 24 44 4.0-25 2.0-13 0-0 0 0-0 0

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Academics: Possesses a 3.52 GPA. 2012: Appeared in all 13 games, making three starts … totaled 22 tackles, including two for a loss of 12 yards … made three tackles in season opener versus Southeast Missouri State (8/30) … had two tackles at Iowa (9/22) in first start of the season … recorded two tackles, including one for a loss of six yards, at Toledo (10/6) … had a season-high four stops versus Navy (10/12) … collected one tackle for a loss of six yards and one quarterback hit against Miami (Ohio) (11/17) … made three solo tackles in road win over UMass (11/23). 2011: Named CMU’s Defensive Rookie of the Year ... made first collegiate appearance at Michigan State, recording three tackles (9/24) … made first career start against Northern Illinois, recording three tackles and a sack for a loss of nine yards (10/1) … recorded a career-high six tackles, including a sack for a loss of two yards at NC State (10/8) … started against Eastern Michigan (10/15) … recorded two tackles at Ball State (10/22) … recorded a tackle at Akron (10/29) ... recorded three tackles at Kent St. (11/4) … recorded four tackles against Toledo (11/18). High School: Four-year starter on offense and defense … started all 45 games of high school career, lining up at six different positions … school’s career (32) and single-season (17) sacks leader … ranks second in career tackles for loss (41) and holds the single-season record (19) … ranks second in both career tackles (193) and single-season tackles (92) … helped lead team to a 13-1 record and Wisconsin Division 1 state championship in 2010 … Associated Press all-state second team as both an offensive lineman and defensive lineman as a senior … only player in the state to earn all-state honors on both offense and defense … earned honorable mention all-state honors from the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association … all-region, all-county and all-conference first team selection on offense and defense in 2010 … selected to participate in the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Game … finalist for the Tim Krumrie Award … also earned four varsity letters in basketball and three in track … captain of the track team … finished fourth in the state in the discus at the 2010 state championships.

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ben masztak Sr./Sr. • Fullback 6-1 • 224 Paw Paw, Mich./Paw Paw HS

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Academics: Carries a 3.45 GPA. 2012: Played in 12 games … made two tackles in season opening win against Southeast Missouri State (8/30) … had one tackle against Michigan State (9/8) … totaled one tackle at Northern Illinois (9/29), Navy (10/12), Western Michigan (11/3), and Eastern Michigan (11/10) … recorded a tackle in win over Western Kentucky in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl (12/26). 2011: Recorded one tackle in season opener win against SCSU (9/1) … Made two tackles and 1.5 sacks at Kentucky (9/10) ... recorded three tackles at Western Michigan (9/17) … recorded a career-high four tackles at Michigan State (9/24) … tied a career-high with four tackles against Northern Illinois (10/1) … recorded one tackle at NC State (10/8) … appeared against Eastern Michigan (10/15) … appeared at Ball State (10/22) … recorded a tackle at Akron (10/29) … recorded a QB hurry at Kent St. (11/4) … recorded a tackle against Ohio (11/10) … appeared against Toledo (11/18). 2010: Competed in all 12 games … saw first game action in win against Hampton (9/2) … recorded first collegiate tackle at Northwestern (9/25) … made first fumble recovery in loss at Virginia Tech (10/9) … started first collegiate game at Navy (11/13). High School: Three-year starter … All-Metro Catholic Conference first team selection as a tight end and defensive end in both 2008 and 2009 … all-conference second team selection as a defensive end in 2007 … helped lead team to 12-1 record and Class 6A state semifinal appearance in 2009 … De Smet won three consecutive conference titles during his career … caught seven passes for 82 yards as a senior … credited with 57 total tackles, including eight sacks, in 2009 … also recovered three fumbles and intercepted a pass … set a school record with 12 sacks as a sophomore … earned varsity letters in basketball as both a freshman and sophomore … four-year all-academic honoree.

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Sr./Sr. • Defensive Lineman 6-2 • 250 Saint Louis, Mo./De Smet Jesuit HS

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2012: Did not see game action. 2011: Appeared in season opener against SCSU (9/1) … appeared at Kentucky (9/10) … appeared at Michigan State (9/24) … appeared against Northern Illinois (10/1) … appeared against Eastern Michigan (10/15) … appeared at Kent State (11/4) … appeared against Ohio (11/10). 2010: Saw first career game action in loss vs. Bowling Green (10/30) … appeared in four games. 2009: Redshirted. High School: Three-year letterman in football … all-conference honoree as a linebacker ... also named to the All-Kalamazoo Gazette team … earned two letters in both baseball and track & field.

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ben m c cord Jr./So. • Tight End 6-4 • 243 Warren, Mich./Cousino HS

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G Rec Yds Avg TD Long Avg/Gm 2012 10 9 81 9.0 1 22 8.1 Career 10 9 81 9.0 1 22 8.1 2012: Played in 10 games, making three starts … recorded nine catches for 81 yards … made his first career reception and first career touchdown against Ball State (10/20) … finished the game with four catches for 47 yards and one touchdown … made one reception for four yards against Akron (10/27) … caught two passes for 17 yards against Western Michigan (11/3) … recorded one catch for nine yards at Eastern Michigan (11/10) … had one reception for four yards in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl against Western Kentucky (12/26). 2011: Redshirted. High School: Ranked No. 27 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list … three-year starter … caught 28 passes for 367 yards and four touchdowns in 2010 … caught 26 passes for 466 yards and two touchdowns in 2009 … All-Macomb County selection … selected to play in 2011 MHSFCA East-West All-Star Game … also lettered in track and basketball.

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dennis nalor Jr./Jr. • Defensive Back 6-0 • 178 Miami, Fla./Central HS

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2012: Played in all 13 games, starting the season opener against Southeast Missouri State (8/30) … had a season high two solo tackles in back-to-back weeks versus Michigan State (9/8) and Iowa (9/22). 2011: Played on defensive line in season opener against SCSU and completed two tackles (9/1) … recorded at tackle at Western Michigan (9/17) … recorded five tackles at Michigan State (9/24) … recorded a tackle against Northern Illinois (10/1) … broke up a pass at North Carolina State (10/8) … recorded three tackles against Eastern Michigan (10/15) … made a tackle for a loss of one yard at Ball State (10/22) … recorded a tackle at Akron (10/29) … recorded a tackle at Kent State (11/4) … made a career-high eight tackles, including one for a loss of two, against Ohio (11/10) ... appeared against Toledo (11/18). High School: Helped lead Miami Central to a 14-1 record and Florida Class 6A state championship in 2010 … team finished the season ranked No. 8 nationally by USA Today … team advanced to the state semifinals in 2009 … credited with 49 tackles and two interceptions during senior season … All-Dade County honoree … two-year starter.

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alex niznak Jr./So. • Quarterback 6-3 • 227 Ithaca, Mich./Ithaca HS

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Sr./Jr. • Offensive Lineman 6-2 • 285 St. Joseph, Mich./St. Joseph HS

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2012: Did not see game action. 2011: Did not see game action. 2010: Redshirted … joined the program as a walk-on during spring practice. High School: Two-year letterman … earned all-conference honors as an offensive lineman in 2007 and 2008 … helped lead team to a 12-1 record and Division 3 state semifinals appearance in 2007 … also earned three letters in track & field.

So./So. • Defensive Back 6-2 • 200 Mount Pleasant, Mich./Mount Pleasant HS

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Academics: Carries a 3.05 GPA. 2012: Did not see game action. High School: Joined the program as a preferred walk-on … selected to play in 2012 MHSFCA East-West All-Star Game … named to the Associated Press Division 3/4 all-state honorable mention squad … All-Saginaw Valley League first team selection … Morning Sun all-area first team … helped lead Mount Pleasant to a 13-1 record and berth in the 2011 MHSAA Division 3 state championship game … Mount Pleasant completed three straight undefeated regular seasons (2009-11), won three straight Saginaw Valley League titles and continued a streak of 32 straight conference wins during Odykirk’s career … caught 61 passes for 885 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior … also credited with 83 tackles in 2011 … had season highs of nine receptions for 107 yards and two touchdowns in 38-37 comeback win over East Grand Rapids in state semifinals … also competed in track & field and basketball … brother of tight end Connor Odykirk … brothers are third generation CMU football players, following their father, Dan, and grandfather, Bill.

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Academics: Possesses a 3.53 GPA. 2012: Did not see game action. 2011: Redshirted … co-recipient of Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year award … graduated early from Ithaca High School and enrolled at CMU for the Spring 2011 semester. High School: Ranked No. 10 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 12 on Detroit News Blue Chip list … led Yellowjackets to a perfect 14-0 season and a Division 6 state championship in 2010 … completed 150-of-219 passes for 2,731 yards and 31 touchdowns and ran for 1,161 yards and 21 touchdowns as a senior … completed 22-of-26 passes for 251 yards and ran for 138 yards and a state title game record five touchdowns in Ithaca’s 45-35 win over Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central in 2010 Division 6 state championship game … Associated Press all-state first team … named area’s offensive player of the year by the Lansing State Journal and Mount Pleasant Morning Sun … Detroit News Dream Team selection … earned honorable mention all-state recognition as a junior in 2009 … completed 137-of-215 passes for 2,077 yards and 22 touchdowns and ran for 1,637 yards and 28 touchdowns during junior season … helped lead Ithaca to an 11-2 record and berth in the state semifinals in 2009.

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Connor odykirk Sr./Sr. • Tight End 6-3 • 242 Mount Pleasant, Mich./Mount Pleasant HS

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Receiving G Rec Yds Avg TD Long Avg/Gm 2010 2 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 2011 12 9 106 11.8 0 23 8.8 2012 13 6 36 6.0 2 12 3.7 Career 27 15 142 5.9 2 23 4.2

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Academics: Maintains a 4.00 GPA. 2012: Played in all 13 games, starting one ... recorded six receptions for 36 yards and two touchdowns for the season … made one catch for seven yards against Southeast Missouri State (8/30) … had one reception for four yards at Toledo (10/6) ... hauled in a career-long 12yard reception against Akron (10/27) … recorded his first career touchdown against Miami(Ohio) (11/17) … made one catch for five yards and a touchdown at UMass (11/23) … started and had one reception in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl against Western Kentucky (12/26). 2011: Caught at least one pass in five different games … made two starts … made his first career start and caught two passes for eight yards against Northern Illinois (10/1) … recorded 30 receiving yards on two passes at NC State (10/8) … recorded career-highs with three receptions for 42 yards against Ohio (11/10) … caught a career-long 23 yard pass against Toledo (11/18). 2010: Competed in two games: vs. Hampton (9/2) and at Eastern Michigan (9/18). 2009: Redshirted. High School: Associated Press Division 3-4 all-state first team selection … All-Saginaw Valley League first team honoree … helped lead team to a 9-2 overall record and Division 3 district finals appearance … baseball team won a state title in 2007 and finished runner-up in 2008 … brother of defensive back Colton Odykirk … brothers are third generation CMU football players, following their father, Dan, and grandfather, Bill.

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Sr./Sr. • Offensive Lineman 6-8 • 305 Hartford, Wis./Hartford Union HS

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Granted a fifth year of eligibility by NCAA after suffering a season-ending injury in 2012 2012: Started the first two games of the year, versus Southeast Missouri State (8/30) and Michigan State (9/8), before suffering a season-ending injury. 2011: Started the season’s first seven games at right tackle … missed three games due to injury … started the final two games of the year at left tackle … part of an offensive line that allowed just 17 sacks in 12 games, the fourth fewest overall in the MAC and second fewest per pass attempt … started at left tackle when CMU posted 563 yards of offense in 48-41 win over Northern Illinois (10/1). 2010: Started at left tackle in first three games … part of an offensive line that contributed to a season-high 523 total yards and six touchdowns in win at Eastern Michigan (9/18) … suffered season ending leg injury at Eastern Michigan (9/18). 2009: Honorable mention freshman All-America selection by collegefootballnews.com … starter in 12 games at left tackle … part of an offensive line that helped CMU lead the MAC in scoring (33.9 ppg) and rank second in total offense (423.1 ypg). 2008: Redshirted … originally signed with CMU in 2007 but delayed enrollment until Spring 2008. High School: Twoyear starter at tackle … named conference lineman of the year as a senior … earned all-state first team accolades as an offensive and defensive lineman.

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Jr./So. • Defensive Back 5-11 • 188 Downers Grove, Ill./ Downers Grove South HS

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2012: Appeared in eight games, primarily on special teams ... named Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year. 2011: Redshirted.

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2012: Appeared in each of the final 10 games of the season, earning playing time in the defensive line rotation … recorded three tackles, including his first career sack, at Toledo (10/6) … had two tackles against Navy (10/12), Akron (10/27), Eastern Michigan (11/10) and UMass (11/23). High School: Twoyear starter on the offensive and defensive lines … ranked No. 59 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list … helped lead Cass Tech to an 11-3 record and MHSAA Division 1 state championship in 2011 … had five tackles, a sack and a forced fumble in 49-13 win over Detroit Catholic Central in the state championship game … team also won back-to-back district and regional titles and one Detroit Public School League championship … earned All-Detroit honorable mention recognition from the Detroit Free Press … All-PSL first team selection as a senior … named team’s most outstanding lineman … credited with 12 tackles for loss, six sacks and two fumble recoveries as a junior … collected 15 tackles for loss, nine sacks, three fumble recoveries and one interception as a senior.

Sr./Sr. • Offensive Lineman 6-3 • 300 Deshler, Ohio/Patrick Henry HS

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2012: Played in two games, wins over Southeast Missouri State (8/30) and Iowa (9/22). 2011: Made first career appearance at Kentucky (9/10). 2010: Did not appear in a game. 2009: Redshirted. High School: All-Ohio Division V first team selection in 2008 ... named Ohio Division V co-Defensive Player of the Year ... selected to participate in Big 33 Ohio vs. Pennsylvania all-star game.

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2012: Started all 13 games at left guard … part of an offense that averaged 6.2 yards per play, second best in the MAC, produced nearly 400 yards of offense per game, and scored 30 more points in 10 games … helped anchor an offensive line that allowed just 15 sacks, which ranked No. 17 nationally … helped pave the way for running back Zurlon Tipton to rush for 1,492 yards and 19 touchdowns, the second highest total ever by a Chippewa … protected quarterback Ryan Radcliff as he threw for 3,000-plus yards for the third consecutive season (3,158) and posted the best touchdown-to-interception ratio of his career (23-9). 2011: Started the season’s final five games at center … made first career start at Ball State (10/22) … part of an offensive line that allowed just 17 sacks in 12 games, the fourth fewest overall in the MAC and second fewest per pass attempt … started at center when CMU posted a season-high 569 yards of offense at Ball State (10/22). 2010: Redshirted. High School: No. 39 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … No. 45 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list … Associated Press Division 3-4 all-state honorable mention selection in 2009 … Associated Press Division 5-6 all-state honorable mention selection in 2008 … selected to play in the Michigan East-West all-star game … four-time all-conference selection … finished career with 510 total tackles.

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Ben Randle Jr./So. • Defensive Lineman 6-5 • 295 Rodney, Mich./Big Rapids HS

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Academics: Maintains a 3.07 GPA. 2012: Did not see game action. 2011: Redshirted ... named CMU’s Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year. High School: Ranked No. 34 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 37 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list ... two-time all-conference first team selection ... team captain in 2010 ... all-area selection in 2010 ... as a junior, credited with 38 tackles, two sacks and four fumble recoveries while also rushing for 88 yards and a touchdown, catching seven passes for 104 yards and completing nine pass attempts for 95 yards, including two touchdown throws ... made 47 tackles as a senior and rushed for 228 yards and two touchdowns ... school’s Academic Excellence Award recipient.

Anthony Rice So./Fr. • Wide Receiver 6-0 • 178 Mishawaka, Ind./Marian HS

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Academics: Maintains a 3.77 grade-point average. 2012: Redshirted. High School: Three-year varsity starter … team captain as a senior … helped lead Marian to a 9-3 record and sectional runner-up finish in 2011 … school record holder in receptions, yards and touchdowns … caught 76 passes for 1,262 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior … two-way player tallied 47 tackles, 10 interceptions and 11 pass breakups as a defensive back … also averaged 22.2 yards per kickoff return, 21.7 yards per punt return

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and 39.1 yards per punt … earned Indiana Football Coaches Association all-state honors as a junior and senior … Associated Press all-state honorable mention as a junior … all-conference first-team selection in 2011 after earning second team honors in 2010 … member of the 2010 All-Elkhart Truth team … AllDiocese team selection … also lettered twice in track and field … part of 4x400m relay team that qualified for regionals.

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2012: Redshirted. High School: 2011 Parade Magazine All-American after making 168 tackles (14.0 per game) as a senior in 2011 … helped lead Holland to a 9-3 record, regional finals appearance and the first two postseason wins in school history in 2011 … Associated Press Division 3/4 all-state honorable mention as a senior … selected to play in the 2012 MHSFCA East-West All-Star Game … ranked No. 52 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list ... credited with a career-high 24 tackles in a 56-50 loss to Kenowa Hills in 2011 … posted 129 tackles as a sophomore and 118 as a junior … also served as Holland’s starting punter for three seasons and caught five touchdown passes on offense as a senior.

Jr./So. • Offensive Lineman 6-6 • 304 Dimondale, Mich./Holt HS

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Academics: Possesses a 3.14 GPA. 2012: Did not see game action. 2011: Redshirted. High School: Ranked No. 30 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 35 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list … two-year starter on the offensive line … named to the 2010 Detroit Free Press, Detroit News and Lansing State Journal Dream Teams … Associated Press Division 1-2 all-state first team selection … two-time all-conference and academic all-conference selection … helped lead Holt to back-to-back state playoff appearances, including a trip to the state semifinals in 2009 … selected to play in 2011 MHSFCA East-West All-Star Game … also earned three varsity letters in track & field.

So./Fr. • Quarterback 6-3 • 216 Charlotte, Mich./Lansing Catholic HS

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Academics: Maintains a 3.91GPA. 2012: Redshirted … named Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year. High School: Three-year starter … ranked No. 21 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … No. 25 on Detroit News Blue Chip list … No. 12 on the Lansing State Journal’s Catch 22 list … selected to play in 2012 MHSFCA East-West All-Star game … led Lansing Catholic to a 13-1 record and state runner-up finish in 2011 … also won a conference title in 2010 and qualified for the state playoffs in 2009 … completed 242-of-362 passes (67 percent) for 4,002 yards and 48 touchdowns and ran for 756 yards and 16 scores as a senior … 25-5 career record as a starter … led Lansing Catholic to back-to-back 9-0 regular seasons in 2010 and

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Returning Players 2011 … career passing totals: 455-for-734 (62 percent), 7,248 yards and 80 touchdowns … career rushing: 1,438 yards, 27 touchdowns … holds Michigan high school records for touchdown passes in a quarter (5), half (7), game (8) and season (48) … holder of 16 single-season and 20 career school records … Gatorade Michigan Football Player of the Year and Associated Press Division 5/6 Player of the Year as a senior … Detroit Free Press all-state first team selection as a senior … member of the Detroit News and Lansing State Journal 2011 Dream Teams … team captain and MVP as a senior … three-time all-conference selection … all-state honorable mention as a junior … lettered three seasons in basketball and once in baseball … basketball team captain … Lansing Catholic High School Academic Athletic Scholar.

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Lance Sanders So./Fr. • Defensive Lineman 6-3 • 269 Chicago, Ill./Leo HS

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2012: Redshirted. High School: Three-year starter … credited with 101 tackles, 10 sacks, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries as a senior … earned all-state honorable mention recognition … all-area and all-conference first team … Chicago Catholic League Red Division defensive MVP in 2011 … team MVP as a senior and two-time defensive lineman of the year … also lettered in track and field.

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2012: Redshirted. High School: Four-year starter … part of four teams that posted a combined record of 46-4 and won four league titles, three district titles and two regional titles … 2011 squad was 13-1 overall and finished state runner-up … ranked No. 35 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … No. 39 on Detroit News Blue Chip list … selected to play in 2012 MHSFCA East-West All-Star game … member of Detroit News and Detroit Free Press Dream Teams … Associated Press Division 3-4 Player of the Year as a senior … 2011 Macomb Area Conference Gold Division MVP … three-time all-county selection … two-time all-state, allleague, Times Herald Player of the Year and Detroit News All-Metro East honoree … set school records with 1,860 rushing yards, 32 rushing touchdowns and 39 total touchdowns as a senior… earned four varsity letters in track and field and one in basketball … four-year letterman in track and field … school-record holder in the 100m dash (10.67 seconds) … state qualifier in the 100m and 300m hurdles.

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Blake Serpa Jr./So. • Defensive Lineman 6-3 • 255 Sugar Grove, Ill./Kaneland HS

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2012: Played in 10 games, including eight straight to end the season … recorded a team-high three quarterback hurries … had one tackle in six games … made a season high two tackles against Ball State (10/22) … registered his first career sack (for a loss of five yards) in Little Caesars Pizza Bowl win over Western Kentucky (12/26). 2011: Redshirted. High School: Helped lead team to a 12-1 record, Northern Illinois Big 12 championship and berth in the state semifinals in 2010 … two-time all-conference selection … conference defensive player of the year in 2010 … earned all-state honors as a tight end and defensive end as a senior … scored 20 touchdowns during senior season--13 rushing and seven receiving … rushed for 525 yards and caught 33 passes for 584 yards … tallied 12 sacks and blocked four kicks in 2010 … three-year starter … also earned one varsity letter in track and field.

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|----Tackles----| |-Fumbles-| |-INT-| G Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks FR-Yds FF No-Yards PBU 14 3 8 11 0.5-1 0.5-1 0-0 0 1-0 0 6 8 4 12 1.0-8 1.0-8 0-0 1 0-0 0 9 4 10 14 1.5-1 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 4 0 4 4 0.5-5 0.5-5 0-0 0 0-0 0 33 15 26 41 3.5-15 2.0-14 0-0 1 1-0 0

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Granted a fifth year of eligibility by NCAA after suffering a season-ending injury in 2012 2012: Played in four games, starting the first three of the season at defensive end … recorded three tackles and a half sack in season opening win over Southeast Missouri State (8/30) … started against Michigan State (9/8) … had one tackle in win at Iowa (9/22) … played versus Northern Illinois (9/29) but missed the remainder of the season with an injury. 2011: Played in nine games, starting twice at linebacker … made first start of the season at Western Michigan, recording a career-high seven tackles (9/17) … recorded two tackles, including one for a loss, and a quarterback hurry at Michigan State (9/24) … recorded four tackles against Eastern Michigan (10/15). 2010: Started first three games at linebacker … recorded a pair of tackles in first career start at linebacker against Hampton (9/2) … set a season high with five tackles and forced first career fumble at Eastern Michigan (9/18). 2009: Played in 14 games, primarily on special teams, to earn a letter … made a season-high three tackles against both Alcorn State (9/19) and Eastern Michigan (10/10) … recorded first career interception against Toledo (11/11). High School: Two-year starter … helped lead team to a 9-3 record and Class 8A state quarterfinals appearance in 2008 … named to the Chicago SunTimes Top 30 … earned all-area and all-conference honors in 2007 and 2008.

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Zurlon Tipton Sr./Sr. • Running Back 6-0 • 221 Detroit, Mich./Parkway Christian HS

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Rushing G Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/Gm 2009 1 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 2010 10 56 220 17 203 3.6 5 20 20.3 2011 7 79 386 16 370 4.7 2 48 52.9 2012 13 252 1531 39 1492 5.9 19 72 114.8 Career 31 387 2127 72 2065 5.4 26 72 66.6 Receiving G Rec Yds Avg TD Long Avg/Gm 2009 1 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 2010 10 9 104 11.6 0 39 10.4 2011 7 17 124 7.3 0 36 17.7 2012 13 24 287 12.0 1 37 22.1 Career 31 50 515 10.3 1 39 16.6

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2012: Named Second Team All-MAC by the conference and Phil Steele … received CMU’s Herb Deromedi Most Valuable Player Award … two-time MAC West Offensive Player of the Week … his 1,492 rushing yards rank fourth in the CMU single season record book and were the most compiled by a Chippewa running back in 16 years …his 19 rushing and 20 total touchdowns are tied for the second most ever by a Chippewa … ranked third in the MAC and 20th nationally in points per game, averaging 9.2, and 14th nationally in yards per game (114.8) … finished the regular season by recording seven straight 100-yard games and totaled eight in 2012 … rushed for 180 yards and three touchdowns against SEMO (8/30) … carried 11 times for 62 yards versus Michigan State (9/8) … carried 16 times for 77 yards and a touchdown in win at Iowa (9/22) … led the team with 66 yards and one rushing touchdown and recorded three catches for 41 yards and one touchdown at Northern Illinois (9/29) … averaged 5.7 yards-per-carry for 67 yards and one touchdown at Toledo (10/6) … averaged 7.4 yards-per-carry for 126 yards and one touchdown against Ball State (10/20) … rushed for a career-high 243 yards and three touchdowns on 37 carries against Akron (10/27) … his 243-yard rushing performance ranks eighth all-time on CMU’s single game list … finished with 112 yards on 22 carries against Western Michigan and two touchdowns (11/3) … rushed for 110 yards at Eastern Michigan (11/10), breaking the 1,000-yard barrier for the first time in his career … ran for 113 yards and two touchdowns against Miami (11/17) … rushed for a career-high four touchdowns and 185 yards at UMass (11/23) … compiled 101 rushing yards on 23 carries and caught two passes for 29 yards in Little Caesars Pizza Bowl win over Western Kentucky (12/26). 2011: Limited to seven games by injuries … made two starts … gained 186 all-purpose yards—73 rushing, 14 receiving, and 99 yards from kick returns—and scored a 53 yard touchdown in season opener against South Carolina State (9/1) … led the Chippewas in all-purpose yards with 111 in his first career start at Kentucky, including 52 receiving yards and 46 rushing yards … after missing five games, returned to the lineup and posted 110 yards on 18 carries, and also caught five passes for 41 yards at Ball State (10/22). 2010: Competed in 10 games … scored first career touchdown in win at Eastern Michigan (9/18) … posted season-highs for rushes (16), rushing yards (62), receptions (four) and receiving yards (36) at Navy (11/13) … scored two rushing touchdowns at Navy … also scored two rushing touchdowns at Toledo (11/26). 2009: Competed in one game, against Alcorn State (9/19), before missing the remainder of the season with an injury … granted a medical redshirt from NCAA. High School: Ranks in the top 20 in state history in eight categories including single-season rushing yards (1,607) and rushing touchdowns (25) and career rushing yards (5,115) and rushing touchdowns (76) … four-time all-conference selection and three-time conference MVP … earned all-state honors from the Detroit Free Press and Detroit News in 2008 … twotime Associated Press all-state selection …ranked No. 24 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … selected to play in the 2009 Michigan High School Football Coaches Association All-Star Game.

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Martez Walker So./Fr. • Running Back 5-8 • 193 Orland Park, Ill. /Brother Rice HS

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2012: Appeared in 10 games, making seven starts, including the final five of the season … finished with 32 tackles, tops among defensive tackles, and ranked second on the team with 2.5 sacks … recorded two solo tackles and first career sack in season opening win over Southeast Missouri State (8/30) … had four stops versus Michigan State (9/8) … made three tackles against Navy (10/12) … had a season high six tackles, including one for a loss, in win over Akron (10/27) … credited with five stops in road win versus Eastern Michigan (11/10) … made three tackles and one sack for a loss of seven yards in victory over Miami (Ohio) (11/17) … had two tackles and .5 of a sack at UMass (11/23) … recorded three tackles versus Western Kentucky (12/26) in Little Caesars Pizza Bowl victory. 2011: Made first career appearance in season opener against South Carolina State, recording two tackles and half-sack (9/1) … made a tackle at Kentucky (9/10) … recorded two tackles, including one for a loss, at Western Michigan (9/17) … made first career start at Michigan State, recording two tackles (9/24). 2010: Redshirted. High School: Earned allcounty first-team honors in 2009 … credited with 21 tackles, recovered a fumble and blocked two kicks as a senior … also caught a pair of touchdown passes … named to Macomb County all-star first team as an infielder by Macomb Daily as a sophomore in 2008 … batted .441 with seven home runs and 14 doubles in 2008.

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2012: Redshirted. High School: One of 18 players named to the Illinois High School Football Coaches’ Association 2011 Class 8A all-state team … Chicago Tribune all-state second team selection as a senior … Chicago Catholic League Blue Division co-player of the year in 2011 … member of the Southtown Star All-Area team … all-area selection by Tom Lemming as a junior … ran for 1,545 yards and scored a schoolrecord 22 touchdowns in 2011 … posted 182 rushing yards and scored three touchdowns in first-round playoff victory as a senior … rushed for 985 yards and 14 touchdowns as a junior … set a single-game record with 271 rushing yards and five touchdowns in a 34-7 win over St. Ignatius in the 2010 Catholic League playoffs … school’s all-time leading rusher.

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2012: Played in 12 games, primarily on special teams … recorded 11 tackles, including nine solos … made his first appearance at tight end against Ball State (10/20) … made a season high two tackles against Western Michigan (11/3), Miami (Ohio) (11/17), and UMass (11/23). 2011: Appeared at Kentucky (9/10) … rushed for a season-high 10 yards at Western Michigan (9/17) … Completed first collegiate pass, threw two interceptions and rushed for a career-high 15 yards at Michigan State (9/24). 2010: Starter in two games at tight end … saw first game action of career in loss at Temple (9/9) … recorded first tackle of collegiate career in loss at Virginia Tech (10/9) … made first career start as tight end in loss against Miami (10/16) … caught first two passes of career for 18 yards at Navy (11/13) … set a career-high with 20 receiving yards on two catches at Toledo (11/26). 2009: Redshirted. High School: Three-year letterman and two-year starter … team captain as a senior … Associated Press Division 3-4 all-state first team selection … ranked No. 34 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … helped lead Holland Christian to a 14-0 record and the 2008 Division 4 state championship … completed 26-of-33 passes for 318 yards and four touchdowns and rushed for 108 yards on 19 carries in the state championship game … set Michigan state championship game records for completions (26), passing yards (318) and total offense (426) … named MVP of the state title game … completed 226 of 326 passes (69.3 percent) for 3,600 yards and 40 touchdowns as a senior … also ran for a school-record 1,251 yards and 25 touchdowns in 2008 … tied a state record for single-season touchdown passes and ranks second in single-season completions and passing yards … finished senior season with 4,851 yards of total offense and 65 total touchdowns … set school career records for touchdown passes (68) and passing yards (5,938).

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Courtney Williams Jr./Jr. • Wide Receiver 6-1 • 212 Melvindale, Mich./Melvindale HS

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Jason Wilson Jr./Jr. • Defensive Back 6-0 • 174 Farmington Hills, Mich./Farmington HS

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Academics: Owns a 3.03 GPA. 2012: Appeared in all 13 games, making seven starts at cornerback … ranked sixth on the team in tackles with 50, including 29 solos, and second in pass break-ups (7) … recorded two interceptions … in just his second game at cornerback, returned an interception 55 yards for a touchdown against Michigan State (9/8) … also had six tackles versus the Spartans … again had six tackles the following week in win over Iowa (9/22) … had three tackles and a season high two pass break-ups at Northern Illinois (9/29) … recorded five tackles at Toledo (10/6) … made six stops versus Ball State (10/20) … totaled four solos stops in win versus Miami (Ohio) (10/17) … registered his second interception of the year in regular season finale at UMass (11/23). 2011: Played in all 12 games as a true freshman … caught a pass in six different games … made first career start in season opener against South Carolina State (9/1) … made his first career reception, a 14 yard catch, in the fourth quarter at Western Michigan (9/17) … caught a career-long 23 yard pass at Michigan State and led the Chippewas in all-purpose yards with 164 (9/24) … caught a career-high three passes for 19 yards against Ohio (11/10) … caught two passes for 19 yards against Toledo (11/18). High School: Ranked No. 28 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 34 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list … helped lead team to a 7-3 record and state playoff appearance in 2010 … caught 38 passes for 615 yards and eight touchdowns in 2010 … garnered all-league and all-area honors … named to Detroit Metro North first team and All-Oakland County first team … selected to play in MHSFCA East-West All-Star Game … as a junior, caught 33 passes for 548 yards and two touchdowns … also a three-year letterman on the basketball team … honor roll student.

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yards (21.0 avg.) ... caught three passes for 37 yards against Michigan State (9/8) ... had four receptions for 44 yards in road upset of Iowa (9/22) ... totaled 43 receiving yards on two receptions at Northern Illinois (9/29) ... caught a career-high seven passes for 59 yards and a career best two touchdowns at Toledo (10/6) ... recorded a career-long 38-yard kickoff return against Western Michigan (11/3) … hauled in two passes for 27 yards in home win over Miami (Ohio) (11/17). 2011: Scored touchdowns in five of his six games played ... teamed with Titus Davis to be the only true freshman teammates in the country with at least five touchdown receptions apiece ... caught a 79 yard touchdown pass on the first play of his college career against Northern Illinois (10/1) ... second career catch also went for a touchdown at NC State (10/8) ... finished with three catches for 63 yards at NC State ... recorded 53 yards and a touchdown on three catches at Akron (10/29) ... caught a career-high six passes for 47 yards and a touchdown at Kent State (11/4) ... caught a season-high six passes for a career-high 133 yards and a touchdown against Ohio (11/10). High School: Ranked No. 38 on the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 42 on the Detroit News Blue Chip list ... 2010 Associated Press Division 3-4 all-state first team selection ... selected to play in MHSFCA East-West All-Star Game ... named to the Downriver Dream Team in 2009 and 2010 ... helped lead team to a league championship in 2009 and back-to-back state playoff appearances in 2009 and 2010 ... threeyear starter ... as a senior, caught 43 passes for 910 yards and 10 touchdowns.

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Denzel Wimberly Jr./So. • Defensive Back 5-10 • 201 Pompano Beach, Fla./Cardinal Gibbons HS

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|----Tackles----| |-Fumbles-| |-INT-| G Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds Sacks FR-Yds FF No-Yards PBU 2012 13 3 6 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 Career 13 3 6 9 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 2012: Played in all 13 games ... Made first career appearance in season opener against Southeast Missouri (8/30), making two tackles ... recorded a career-high four tackles against Michigan State (9/8) ... made two tackles at Iowa (9/22) ... recorded one tackle at Eastern Michigan (11/10). 2011: Redshirted ... co-recipient of Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year award. High School: Ranked No. 44 on the Sun Sentinel top 50 in Broward County ... All-Broward County first team selection ... selected to play in Miami Dolphins Dade vs. Broward All-Star Game ... led team to back-to-back state playoff appearances in 2009 and 2010 ... rushed for 824 yards and nine touchdowns in 2010 ... just the seventh player in school history to rush for 200 yards in a game ... credited with 43 tackles and two interceptions in 2010 ... finished career with 151 tackles and seven interceptions ... earned two varsity letters each in football, basketball and track.

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Academics: Carries a 3.20 GPA. 2012: Played in 13 games, serving as the team’s long snapper … credited with two tackles. 2011: Redshirted.

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Darrien Boone • 4 • QB • 6-2, 190 • Chicago, Ill./Hales Franciscan HS Three-year starter at quarterback…a three-time all-conference and all-city selection … named all-area as a sophomore and junior … earned all-state honors after junior season … as a junior, led Fenger Academy to a conference championship and to the second round state and semifinals of city playoffs … became the only freshman quarterback in school history to lead his team to a city playoff berth … broke the school record for all-purpose yards and most total touchdowns in a game and season … passed for 36 touchdowns and rushed for 10 as a junior … named Chicago Sun-Times Player of the Week twice as a freshman after throwing four and five touchdowns in back-to-back weeks … ran the 4x200 in track as a sophomore and lettered in basketball as a freshman … advanced to the city sectionals in the 4x200 relay and in the high jump … named principal scholar of HFHS … maintained a 4.0 GPA.

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Shakir Carr • 70 • OL • 6-4, 290 • South Bend, Ind./Clay HS Three-year starter … named first team all-conference and IFCA All-State Top 50 as a senior … recorded 33 pancake blocks on offense and had 28 tackles and two fumble recoveries on defense in 2012 … earned second team all-conference and all-state honorable mention recognition as a junior … also earned three letters in wrestling (heavyweight) and four in track & field (discus/shotput) … received second team all-conference honors in 2010 in wrestling … as a senior, earned first team all-conference honors and was named to the all-state team … also crowned a conference, sectional, and regional champion, was a semi-state runner-up, and finished eighth in the state. Mark Chapman • 3 • WR • 6-0, 180 • Port Huron, Mich./Port Huron HS Three-year varsity letterwinner and starter at quarterback … team co-captain in 2012 … ranked No. 9 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 18 on Detroit News Blue Chip List … 2012 Michigan Gatorade Player of the Year and Metro PCS Mr. Football … named team MVP, MAC Conference MVP, and won the Prep Kickoff Classic Outstanding Player Award … member of the Detroit Free Press and Detroit News Dream Teams … honored on AP Division 1-2 All-State First Team … two-time First Team All-MAC White 2012 and MAC Blue 2011 selection … also earned honorable mention recognition as a sophomore … led team to three consecutive playoff appearances … won a MAC White Championship in 2012 … guided team to a school record 10 wins and a MAC Blue and District Championships in 2011…in 2012, rushed for 1,554 yards (8.7 avg.) and 25 touchdowns, completed 71-of-133 passes for 989 yards and eight touchdowns with one interception … totaled 5,033 yards for his career (3,035 rushing, 1,722 passing) …averaged 10.1 yards per carry with 44 rushing and 15 passing touchdowns … holds the single season school record for rushing yards (3,035), points in a season (150), and yards per rush (11.8 in 2011) and career record for points (363) … possessed a 3.75 GPA … four years all-academic in football, basketball, and track … member of the National Honor Society … winner of the Michigan Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Football Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Award … also earned four letters in track & field, two in basketball, and one in powerlifting … brother, Jarret, and cousin, Winslow, are current members of the CMU football team. Eric Cooper • 12 • WR • 5-11, 177 • Flint, Mich./Beecher HS Three-year letterwinner and starter ... played wide receiver, defensive back, and returned kicks … ranked No. 37 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … in 2012, named First Team All-Genesee Area Conference as a wide receiver and all-state as a defensive back … honored on 2012 Flint Journal Dream Team … selected to play in the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game … earned first team all-conference honors as junior and second team recognition as a sophomore (WR) … led the Buccaneers to a conference, district, and regional championship during his career … totaled 51 receptions for 987 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2012 … also recorded seven interceptions on defense … tallied 109 receptions for 2,051 yards, 27 touchdowns, and 15 interceptions for his career … also lettered four years in basketball and three years in track & field … earned allconference honors in the long jump, 4x100 relay, 4x200 relay, 4x400 relay … received all-state recognition in the long jump and 4x200 relay. Matt Cotiguala • 99 • P/K • 5-10, 180 • LaGrange, Ill./College of DuPage Has three years of eligibility remaining after transferring from the College of DuPage in Illinois … recognized with all-conference honors as a punter/kicker on 9-2 team in 2012 … averaged 42.7 yards per punt and converted on 5-of-8 field goals attempts … had a perfect 4.0 GPA and made the Dean’s List … started two varsity seasons at Lyons Township High School in LaGrange, Ill. ... as a senior, averaged 44.2 yards per punt and registered 56 touchbacks on 64 kickoffs ... named all-conference, helping LTHS to a West Suburban Conference championship and the third round of the playoffs … also lettered in tennis one year. Alex Coty • 65 • OL • 6-41/2, 305 • South Bend, Ind./Clay HS Three-year varsity letterwinner … played defensive end and tight end at Clay HS … totaled 30 catches for 250 yards and eight touchdowns … led Colonials to a sectional runner-up finish in 2010 … ranked as the No. 38 prospect in Indiana by 24/7 sports … also played two years of baseball.

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Josh Cox • 17 • DB • 5-11, 195 • Warren, Mich./De La Salle Collegiate HS Four-year letterwinner and three-year varsity starter … ranked No. 33 on Detroit News Blue Chip list … named All-Catholic and All-Macomb County … earned All-State Honorable Mention recognition … selected to play in Michigan High School Football East-West All-Star game … recorded 169 tackles and had five interceptions, two forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery in 2012 … set two school records, returning an interception 104 yards for a touchdown and had 23 tackles in one game … played for former Chippewa Paul Verska at De La Salle Collegiate. Zach Crouch • 86 • TE • 6-5, 230 • Lowell, Mich./Grand Rapids Christian HS Two-year varsity starter at tight end and defensive end … ranked No. 30 on Detroit News Blue Chip list and No. 38 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … No. 66-ranked tight end nationally in 2013 (24/7 Sports) … No. 40 on 2013 24/7 Sports Top Michigan Recruits list … No. 37 on Scout.com’s Michigan Preseason State Rankings … No. 10 on Lake Michigan Football Report Top 25 College Prospects list … No. 52-ranked tight end nationally by ESPN … named to D-Zone All-West Michigan Football Team and All-Michigan Offensive Team … recognized on 2013 MLive.com West Michigan Dream Team (Offense, Second Team) … earned all-conference honors at tight end and defensive end in 2011 … led GRCHS to a 13-1 record and the Michigan Division 3 State Championship in 2012 … team ranked third nationally by Max Preps (medium schools) … team named to 8th annual Max Prep Tour of Champions … caught 13 passes for 238 yards and three touchdowns in 2012 … on defense, recorded 28 tackles, including seven for loss, and 2.5 sacks … helped the Eagles track & field team win a state championship in 2012, competing in the discus, 200-meters, and 4x200 relay … owned a 3.25 GPA. Austin Doan • 79 • OL • 6-4, 296 • Romeo, Mich./Romeo HS Three-year varsity starter … played on offensive and defensive lines and as a punter … ranked No. 45 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 48 on Detroit News Blue Chip list … named to Associated Press Division 1-2 All-State First Team … recognized on Detroit News and Free Press All-Metro East First Team … earned first team all-county and all-conference honors in 2012…voted team Most Valuable Player ... selected to play in MHSFCA East-West All-Star Game … totaled 23 tackles, two quarterback hurries, and two passes defensed in 2012 … punted 35 times for 1,345 (38.4 avg.) with a long of 65 yards, placing two inside the 200-yard line … led the Bulldogs to a MAC Red Championship in 2010 and the playoffs from 2010-12, advancing to districts in 2010 and 2011 … also lettered one year in basketball and track & field … possessed a 3.75 GPA … member of the National Honor Society … earned All-Academic honors in three sports … attended the same high school as 2012 CMU recruit, linebacker Joe Bacci. Derek Edwards • 74 • OL • 6-5, 282 • Novi, Mich./Detroit Catholic Central HS Three-year varsity starter … started as a sophomore at Novi HS before transferring to DCC for junior and senior seasons…played right guard and right tackle … senior captain … ranked No. 16 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 26 on Detroit News Blue Chip list … ranked No. 78 nationally at position by Scout.com … named first team all-state, All-Metro Detroit North, all-area, and All-Catholic League … honored as team offensive lineman MVP … recognized as Midwest top performer by Rivals.com … won a Catholic League championship and finished as a state runner-up in 2011 … led the Shamrocks to a Catholic League and state championship runner-up finish in 2012 … named a KLAA Scholar Athlete ... attended the same high school as current CMU tight end Mike Kinville. Jack Ford • 76 • OL • 6-7, 301 • Cadillac, Mich./Cadillac HS Two-year starter, playing on the offensive and defensive lines … ranked No. 42 on Detroit News Blue Chip list and No. 44 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … ranked No. 28 in the state by Rivals.com and No. 41 by 24/7 Sports … Lake Michigan Football Report No. 2 recruit … listed as No. 37 recruit in Michigan by ESPN … named to Cadillac News Dream Team and Big North Conference Second Team in 2011 … honored on Cadillac News Dream Team and Big North Conference First Team in 2012 ... also earned AP All-State honorable mention recognition and First Team Detroit Free Press and Traverse City Record Eagle Regional honors … selected to play in the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game ... led the Vikings to a playoff appearance … CHS finished No. 6 in Lake Michigan Football Report rankings … made 35 tackles, including six for a loss, with one fumble recovery and one pass defensed in 2012 … earned two varsity letters in track & field, serving as team captain as senior … selected Second Team Big North Conference in 2011 … carried a 3.3 GPA.

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Gary Jones • 22 • RB • 6-2, 200 • Allegan, Mich./Allegan HS Three-year letterwinner … played running back, wide receiver, and defensive back … ranked No. 41 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 … Kalamazoo Gazette/MLive.com Dream Team selection as an all-purpose player … three-time AllWolverine Conference honoree … named all-county by the Allegan County News … three-time offensive team MVP … caught 36 passes for 873 yards (24.3/catch) and eight touchdowns, and rushed 25 times for 177 yards and two scores in 2012 … also returned nine kickoffs for 302 yards (33.6/return) and one touchdown … made 49 tackles as a defensive back, forced three fumbles and intercepted three passes … returned an interception 103 yards for a touchdown, setting a Wolverine Conference record … also earned four letters in track & field and two in basketball … track team captain … four-year team MVP ... selected MVP of conference track meet … state champion in the 200-meter dash as a sophomore … set school record in 100-meter dash (10.5 seconds) and 200-meter dash (21.5 seconds) … set the freshman long jump and high jump records … named all-county in basketball … honor roll student. Chris Kantzavelos • 90 • DL • 6-3, 265 • Bartlett, Ill./Bartlett HS Three-year varsity letterwinner and two-year starter…played tight end and defensive end…ranked as No. 73 overall recruit in the state of Illinois by MaxPreps…named to MaxPreps 2012 Illinois Preseason All-State Team… honored on EdgyTim.com (Rivals) All-State defensive team…earned All-Upstate Eight Valley and Courier-News All-Area First Team honors as a junior and senior…won conference championships in 2010 and 2011…helped lead the Hawks to three playoff appearances, advancing to the second round in 2010 and 2012…recorded 43 tackles, 18 quarterback hurries, 12 sacks, six passes defended, three fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles, and one interception in 2012…possessed a 3.2 GPA. Donny Kyre • 93 • DL • 6-2, 255 • Olivet, Mich./Olivet HS Four-year starter on defense and three-year starter on offense … team captain as a senior … ranked No. 39 on Detroit News Blue Chip list … ranked No. 28 in Michigan Preps Class of 2013 … voted most valuable defensive lineman and most improved player as freshman … named All-KVA, Battle Creek Enquirer All-Area Team, and Detroit Free Press Division 5 All-State Defense in 2011 and 2012 … selected defensive and offensive MVP as a junior and senior … honored on 2012 Lansing State Journal Dream Team (offense) and AP Division 5 All-State (defense) … member of the Michigan High School All-Star Football Game Team West … led the Eagles to playoff appearances all four years … in 2010-11, won a district, regional, and semifinal championships and team finished as Division 5 runner-up … totaled 84 tackles, including 52 solos, 12.5 sacks, and two fumble recoveries in 2012 … ended career with 240 total tackles (147 solos and 36 for a loss) … state powerlifting champion as a freshman … also a four-year letterwinner in track & field, earning All-KVA honors in 2011-12 … most valuable shot put for the 2011-12 season …recognized multiple times on academic honor roll … carried a 3.3 GPA. Derrick Nash • 2 • RB • 5-10, 195 • Saginaw, Mich./Carrollton HS Three-year letterwinner … ranked No. 43 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 57 on Detroit News Blue Chip List … named Saginaw News Offensive Player of the Year and to its Dream Team … earned First Team All-Tri-Valley honors … selected to the AP Division 5-6 All-State football team … selected to play in Michigan High School Football EastWest All-Star game…led the Cavaliers to the playoffs in 2012 … rushed for 1,934 yards and 34 total touchdowns … averaged 9.6 yards per rush in 2012 … also had 211 yards receiving and a kick and punt return for a touchdown … broke the school record for most yards and touchdowns in a season … rushed for 768 yards as a junior … received first team all-conference honors in the 100 meters on CHS Track & Field team…owned a 3.56 GPA. Joe Ostman • 45 • LB • 6-3, 235 • St. Ignace, Mich./Lasalle HS Four-year letterwinner … played linebacker and tight end … ranked No. 32 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 51 on Detroit News Blue Chip List … selected to the AP Division 7-8 All-State football team … named a first team linebacker by the Detroit Free Press and to the All-U.P. Dream Team … honored as Ski Valley Conference North Defensive and Conference Player of the Year … named First Team Ski Valley Conference North and all-area as a linebacker and tight end …s elected to play in the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game ... led the Saints to a conference championship and advanced to the state semifinals in junior and senior seasons … as a senior, recorded 145 tackles, two sacks, two interceptions, two forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery as well as 38 receptions for 638 yards and nine touchdowns … totaled 444 career tackles, 16 sacks, four interceptions, two forced fumbles, and five fumble recoveries … had 76 career receptions for 1,098 yards and 11 touchdowns…also lettered four years in wrestling and track & field … maintained a 3.8 GPA.

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Jeff Perry • 24 • DB • 6-2, 227 • Morris, Ill./Morris HS Three-year letterwinner … played linebacker/safety and running back … two-time all-conference and first team all-area honoree … all-state team defensive MVP … led the Redskins to the state finals in 2012, finishing as a runner-up … team was a conference runner-up and made a playoff appearance in 2011 … won a conference championship in 2009 and 2010, going undefeated both seasons … totaled 91 tackles, three forced fumbles, two sacks, and one interception on defense and 679 rushing yards (7.5 avg.) and seven touchdowns (10 overall) on offense in 2012 … three-year letterwinner in track & field … maintained a 5.47 GPA (weighted scale) ... two-time academic all-state honoree … attended the same high school as current Chippewa offensive lineman Kevin Henry. J.P. Quinn • 67 • OL • 6-4, 280 • Naperville, Ill./Neuqua Valley HS Two-year varsity starter … two-time Upstate 8 All-Conference First Team honoree … earned all-area honors … named to EdgyTim.com (Rivals) All-State team … led the Wildcats to a 12-1 record, a conference championship, and to the state semifinals in 2012 … recorded 55 pancake blocks as a senior … two-year varsity starter on NVHS lacrosse team … possessed a 3.0 GPA.

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Michael Steinhauer • 55 • DL • 6-3, 275 • Chelsea, Mich./Chelsea HS Three-year varsity starter … ranked No. 26 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 50 on Detroit News Blue Chip List … member of Detroit Free Press All-State Dream Team and All-Washtenaw County Dream Team … received AP Division 3-4 All-State Team Special Mention … earned First Team All-Southeastern Conference and all-league recognition … named to the East roster for the 2013 MHSAA All-Star Football Game … led the Bulldogs to SEC White Division championships in 2011 and 2012 … in 2012, registered 74 tackles, including 12 for loss, seven sacks, one blocked field goal and returned two interceptions for touchdowns (58 and 22 yards) … started two years on basketball team … started two years on baseball team, earning all-league honors in 2012 … helped team to district and regional championships … carried a 3.16 GPA. Wesley Thomas • 9 • WR • 6-0, 195 • South Bend, Ind./Clay HS Three-year varsity letterwinner and starter … team captain as a senior … selected First Team All-North Indiana Conference and all-state in 2012 … voted team MVP … named Second Team All-North Indiana Conference in 2011 … led Colonials to a sectional runner-up finish in 2010 … caught 48 passes for 654 yards and eight touchdowns as a senior … had 57 receptions for 955 yards and 16 touchdowns as a junior ... totaled 113 receptions, 1,714 yards, and 22 touchdowns for his career … two-year letterwinner in track & field … ran the 100 meters in 10.6 seconds. Tyree Waller • 19 • DB • 6-1, 212 • Ypsilanti, Mich./Lincoln HS Three-year varsity starter…played safety and wide receiver … team captain … ranked No. 47 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 56 on Detroit News Blue Chip List … a three-time All-Southeastern Conference selection … received all-state honorable mention from the Detroit News … member of All-Washtenaw County Dream Team … voted team MVP … selected to play in the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game... helped the Railsplitters go from a winless team to a playoff team and back-to-back winning seasons … in 2012, registered 53 tackles and two interceptions, taking one back for a touchdown, and had 874 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns … also saw spot duty at running back, rushing for 212 yards and three touchdowns … totaled 141 tackles and four sacks for career … three-year letterwinner in track & field, two-year captain, and two-year MVP … three-time All-Southeastern Conference … earned all-state honors as junior, finishing second in the state in the long jump (23’4”). Corey Willis • 18 • WR • 5-10, 170 • Holland, Mich./Holland HS Two-year letterwinner … played quarterback and defensive back … ranked No. 13 on Detroit Free Press Fab 50 and No. 40 on Detroit News Blue Chip List … named Ottawa/Kent Player of the Year and First Team All-OK Conference quarterback in 2011… earned First Team All-OK Conference running back honors in 2010 as a sophomore … helped lead the Dutch to the school’s first district championship … rushed for a school record 2,334 yards and 33 touchdowns and passed for 1,100 yards and threw for 10 in 2011 … owns the school record for touchdowns in a game (6) and longest kickoff return for a touchdown (95 yards) … ranked second in the state in rushing yards in a season … had 42 tackles and five interceptions, returning one for a touchdown as a junior … also lettered two years in track & field and basketball … named Ottawa/Kent County Track Athlete of the Year in 2011 … finished as the state runner-up in the long jump (23’0’’) … placed seventh in the 110 meter hurdles final … owns the school record in the long jump (23’3”) and in the 110 meter high hurdles (14.5 seconds).

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Southeast Missouri State....................... 27 Central Michigan.................................... 38

Michigan State........................................ 41 Central Michigan...................................... 7

MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (8/30/12) - Zurlon Tipton and Anthony Garland became the first tandem to run for 100 yards each since 1999, helping CMU defeat SEMO, 38-27 With the Redhawks up 10-3 in the first quarter, Tipton tied the game, scoring on a 32-yard touchdown run. SEMO came back with two straight scores to put the Chippewas’ in a 14-point hole. Again it was the ground game that helped the Chippewas get back into the game, as a Tipton 48-yard touchdown run to pull CMU within seven. After the CMU defense forced a three and out, the offense ran the ball eight times with Garland scoring from two-yards out to tie the game, 24-24. CMU outscored SEMO, 14-3, in the second half, using a touchdown pass from Ryan Radcliff to Jarrett Fleming and a Tipton one-yard scoring run to put the Redhawks away. CMU’s defense, which held SEMO to just 87 yards of total offense in the second half, was led by Justin Cherocci’s 15 tackles.

MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (9/8/12) - Central Michigan held the Michigan State offense in check early, but the Spartans pulled away in the second quarter to claim a 41-7 win in front of a Kelly/ Shorts Stadium-record 35,127 fans. Cornerback Jason Wilson accounted for the only CMU points with a 55-yard interception return for a score late in the game. Though the Spartans controlled possession for much of the first quarter, the CMU defense allowed only a touchdown on a one-yard run from running back Le’Veon Bell at the 9:12 mark of the first quarter and made a red zone stand that resulted in a missed 39-yard field goal three minutes later. The Chippewas out-possessed the Spartans in the second quarter but couldn’t convert on key opportunities. MSU stretched its lead to 24-0 by halftime, beginning with a sevenyard touchdown run from Bell just five seconds in. MSU quarterback Andrew Maxwell added another score in the third quarter to Bennie Fowler, and kicker Dan Conroy made a 26-yard field goal to give the Spartans a 34-0 lead after three. Nick Hill scored on a one-yard touchdown run in the fourth to give the Spartans a 41-0 advantage.

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Scoring Summary 1-CMU-Harman 24-yd. FG 1-SEMO-Davis 55-yd. run (Geldbach kick) 1-SEMO-Geldbach 37-yd. FG 1-CMU-Tipton 32-yd. run (Harman kick) 2-SEMO-Lathrop 4-yd. run (Geldbach kick) 2-SEMO-Foster 15-yd. pass from Lathrop (Geldbach kick) 2-CMU-Tipton 48-yd. run (Harman kick) 2-CMU-Garland 2-yd. run (Harman kick) 3-SEMO-Geldbach 40-yd. FG 3- CMU-Fleming 20-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 4-CMU-Tipton 1-yd. run (Harman kick)

Scoring Summary 1- MSU- Bell 1-yd. run (Conroy kick) 2- MSU- Bell 7-yd. run (Conroy kick) 2- MSU-Sims 20-yd. pass from Maxwell (Conroy kick) 2- MSU-Conroy 29-yd. FG 3- MSU- Fowler 7-yd. pass from Maxwell (Conroy kick) 3- MSU-Conroy 26-yd. FG 4- MSU- Hill 1-yd. run (Conroy kick) 4- CMU-Wilson 55-yd. interception return (Harman kick)

2012 Recap

MSU CMU First Downs 24 14 Rushing Attempts 41 22 Net Rushing 173 72 Net Passing 322 173 Total Plays 78 60 Total Offense 495 245 Passes Attempted 37 38 Passes Completed 25 17 Passes Intercepted 1 2 Fumbles/Lost 0/0 2/1 Penalties/Yards 6/40 0/0 Time of Possession 35:11 24:49 Attendance 35,127

SEMO CMU First Downs 14 28 Rushing Attempts 42 45 Net Rushing 188 324 Net Passing 120 171 Total Plays 60 68 Total Offense 308 495 Passes Attempted 18 23 Passes Completed 11 14 Passes Intercepted 0 1 Fumbles/Lost 1/0 3/2 Penalties/Yards 10/75 0/0 Time of Possession 30:52 29:08 Attendance 15,250 Rushing — CMU: Tipton 17-180, Garland 17-102, Lavallii 6-33, Davis 1-9, Williams 1-7, Harris 1-(-3), Odykirk 1-(-3), TM (1-(-2) ; SEMO: Terrell 15-78, Davis 3-43, Lathrop 17-31, Coleman 4-16, Celestin 2-15, Jackson 1-5. Passing — CMU: Radcliff 14-23-1 for 171; SEMO: Lathrop 10-17-0 for 120, Jackson 1-1-0 for 0.

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Receiving — CMU: Davis 4-51, Fleming 2-36, Flory 2-29, Wilson 2-16, Southworth 1-17, Garland 1-9, Odykirk 1-7, Williams 1-6; SEMO: Foster 6-97, Alli 1-10, Davis 1-7, Goodlitt 1-5, Celestin 1-1, Terrell 1-0.

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Rushing — CMU: Tipton 11-62, Garland 3-12, Lavallii 4-10, Phillips 1-4, Radcliff 2-(-6), Williams 1-(-10); MSU: Bell 18-70, Caper 9-66, Langford 9-23, Hill 4-10, Arnett 1-4. Passing — CMU: Radcliff 17-38-2 for 173; MSU: Maxwell 20-31-0 for 275, Cook 5-6-1 for 47. Receiving — CMU: Wilson 6-54, Davis 4-64, Williams 3-37, Butler 1-6, Tipton 1-5, Lombardo 1-4, Southworth 1-3; MSU: Fowler 8-99, Mumphrey 4-52, Sims 3-48, Lippett 2-21, Kings 2-18, Burbridge 2-14, Arnett 1-48, Sims 1-15, Thomas 1-7, Bell 1-0.

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Central Michigan.................................... 24 Northern Illinois..................................... 55

IOWA CITY, Iowa (9/22/12) - Senior kicker David Harman booted a 47-yard field goal with three seconds left to lift CMU to a 3231 win over Iowa. The kick completed an epic rally that saw the Chippewas score nine points in the final 45 seconds. After Iowa scored to go up, 31-23, the CMU offense needed just 1:33 to go 64 yards and get back into the game. With 45 seconds remaining, Ryan Radcliff hit Titus Davis with a 13-yard touchdown pass. However, the two-point conversion failed. On the ensuing kickoff, Harman beautifully placed an onside kick that was recovered by Jesse Kroll. Aided by 15-yard Iowa penalty and a Radcliff nine-yard run, CMU moved to the Iowa 30yard line, setting the stage for Harman’s heroics. The first half featured three lead changes. Iowa scored on its first possession but CMU answered back to tie the game on a Zurlon Tipton eight-yard run. The Chippewas outscored the Hawkeyes 13-0 in the second quarter. Iowa scored 17 unanswered points to begin the second half, but CMU remained within striking distance despite not scoring until the final minute of play.

DEKALB, Ill. (9/29/12) - A pair of second half turnovers thwarted two Central Michigan comeback attempts in a league-opening 55-24 loss at Northern Illinois. Zurlon Tipton reached the end zone twice in the first half to keep the Chippewas close. Late in the first quarter, he caught a 37-yard touchdown pass and then scored on a rush from 13-yards out in the second quarter. The Chippewas came out of the half down just 10, and hit paydirt on the first play from scrimmage when Ryan Radcliff connected with Titus Davis on a 92-yard scoring play to bring CMU within three at 24-21. Northern Illinois took control of the game from that point on, outscoring the Chippewas, 31-3, including scoring three unanswered touchdowns in the fourth quarter. Cody Wilson caught eight passes for 111 yards and Zurlon Tipton totaled 107 yards (66 rushing, 41 receiving).

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Rushing — CMU: Tipton 16-72, Wilson 4-20, Radcliff 5-10, Garland 7-6, Lavallii 2-3; IOWA: Weisman 27-217. Passing — CMU: Radcliff 26-35-0 for 283; IOWA: Vandenberg 16-25-0 for 215.

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CMU NIU First Downs 20 32 Rushing Attempts 31 55 Net Rushing 130 407 Net Passing 332 215 Total Plays 71 88 Total Offense 462 622 Passes Attempted 40 33 Passes Completed 20 14 Passes Intercepted 1 0 Fumbles/Lost 1/1 1/0 Penalties/Yards 6/51 5/49 Time of Possession 32:09 27:51 Attendance 16,292 Rushing — CMU: Tipton 15-66, Garland 9-54, Radcliff 1-6, Lombardo 1-4, Kater 1-1, Lavallii 4-(-1); NIU: Settle 23-152, Lynch 21-144, Harris 6-66, Daniels 2-22, Neir 1-17, Sims 1-7, Lewis 1-(-1). Passing — CMU: Radcliff 20-39-1 for 332, Kater 0-1-0 for 0; NIU: Lynch 14-32-0 for 215, Ashford 0-1-0 for 0. Receiving — CMU: Wilson 8-111, Tipton 3-41, Williams 2-43, Davis 1-92, Lombardo 1-11, Kinville 1-9, Butler 1-9, Southworth 1-7, Lavallii 1-6, Garland 1-3 ; NIU: Ashford 5-64, Moore 3-45, Wells 2-24, Eakes 1-43, Lewis 1-28, Semisch 1-7, Settle 1-4.

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Receiving — CMU: Wilson 8-105, Davis 5-74, Williams 4-44, Lombardo 3-23, Tipton 3-20, Lavallii 1-8, Southworth 1-6, Garland 1-3; IOWA: Davis 6-88, Martin-Manley 5-65, Fiedorowicz 3-13, Cotton 2-49.

Scoring Summary 1- NIU- Settle 11-yd. run (Sims kick) 1- NIU- Moore 14-yd. pass from Lynch (Sims kick) 1- CMU- Tipton 37-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 2- NIU- Sims 43-yd. FG 2- NIU- Settle 6-yd. run (Sims kick) 2- CMU- Tipton 13-yd. run (Harman kick) 3- CMU- Davis 92-yd. pass from Radciff (Harman kick) 3- NIU- Sims 20-yd. FG 3- NIU- Lynch 9-yd. run (Sims kick) 3- CMU- Harman 42-yd. FG 4- NIU- Sims 7-yd. run (Sims kick) 4- NIU- Settle 46-yd. run (Wedel kick) 4- NIU- Harris 4-yd. run (Wedel kick)

2012 Recap

CMU IOWA First Downs 24 19 Rushing Attempts 34 28 Net Rushing 111 215 Net Passing 283 215 Total Plays 69 53 Total Offense 394 430 Passes Attempted 35 25 Passes Completed 26 16 Passes Intercepted 0 0 Fumbles/Lost 0/0 1/1 Penalties/Yards 4/25 9/106 Time of Possession 36:36 23:25 Attendance 70,585

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Scoring Summary 1- IOWA- Martin-Manley 10-yd. pass from Vandenberg (Meyer kick) 1-CMU- Tipton 8-yd. run (Harman kick) 1-CMU-Harman 33-yd. FG 1-IOWA-Weisman 34-yd. run (Meyer kick) 2-CMU-Davis 29-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 2-CMU-Harman 25-yd. FG 2-CMU-Harman 20-yd. FG 3-IOWA-Weisman 5-yd. run (Meyer kick) 4-IOWA-Meyer 46-yd. FG 4-IOWA-Weisman 12-yd. run (Meyer kick) 4-CMU-Davis 13-yd. pass from Radcliff (Radcliff pass failed) 4-CMU-Harman 47-yd FG

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Toledo...................................................... 50 Central Michigan.................................... 35

Navy......................................................... 31 Central Michigan.................................... 13

TOLEDO, Ohio (10/6/12) - First half Toledo turnovers propelled CMU to an early lead, but their own turnovers doomed the Chippewas in the second half and they fell, 50-35. CMU scored twice following Toledo fumbles in the first half, but the Rockets responded with two pick sixes in the fourth quarter. Brandon Greer recovered a UT fumble in the first quarter, setting up an 11-yard touchdown run by Zurlon Tipton. After UT went up 10-7, CMU scored two unanswered touchdowns to begin the second, giving it a 21-10 lead. Toledo backed up a late second quarter score with two more touchdowns in the third quarter, moving ahead 31-21. Ryan Radcliff then found Courtney Williams for a three-yard touchdown, making the score 31-28. After UT scored nine straight, the Chippewas came within five points, 40-35, with three minutes remaining after Radcliff connected with Williams for a seven-yard score. But a Rockets field goal and a second interception return for a touchdown put the game out of reach.

MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (10/12/12) - Central Michigan stayed with Navy through two-and-a-half quarters, but the Midshipmen scored two unanswered touchdowns in the latter half of the third to claim a 31-13 victory over the Chippewas. Central Michigan pulled within four points of the Midshipmen after a 29-yard touchdown connection between Ryan Radcliff and Titus Davis and a 22-yard field goal by senior David Harman, but Navy pulled away in the third. After falling behind 17-3, the Chippewas’ offense kicked into gear as Radcliff found Davis for a 23-yard touchdown reception to pull the Chippewas within a score at 17-10. The Midshipmen milked 5:19 off the clock on their next drive, going 61 yards in 11 plays leading up to a two-yard rush by Prentice Christian to take a 24-13 lead with 4:08 left in the quarter. The Chippewas were pinned down on their own six after a fumble recovery, forcing a punt and giving the Midshipmen a short field at the CMU 41. Navy responded with a 41-yard touchdown pass on the following play from Reynolds to Green at the 2:53 mark, giving it a 31-13 lead.

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Scoring Summary 1-TOL-Detmer 33-yd. FG 1-CMU-Tipton 11-yd. run (Harman kick) 1-TOL-Fluellen 1-yd. run (Detmer kick) 2-CMU-Davis 23-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 2-CMU-Butler 7-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 2-TOL-Owens 11-yd. run (Detmer kick) 3-TOL-Reedy 66-yd. punt return (Detmer kick) 3-TOL-Owens 1-yd. run (Detmer kick) 3-CMU-Williams 3-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 4-TOL-Detmer 40-yd. FG 4-TOL-Singer 39-yd. interception return (Owens pass intercepted) 4-CMU-Williams 7-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 4-TOL-Detmer 28-yd. FG 4-TOL-Robinson 31-yd. interception return (Detmer kick)

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CMU TOL First Downs 22 23 Rushing Attempts 24 37 Net Rushing 46 187 Net Passing 337 246 Total Plays 68 77 Total Offense 383 433 Passes Attempted 44 40 Passes Completed 28 25 Passes Intercepted 2 1 Fumbles/Lost 0/0 2/2 Penalties/Yards 4/45 5/46 Time of Possession 31:28 28:32 Attendance 19,247

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Scoring Summary 1-NAVY-Turner 23-yd. pass from Reynolds (Sloan kick) 1-CMU-Harman 29-yd. FG 1-NAVY-Greene 19-yd. pass from Reynolds (Sloan kick) 2-NAVY-Sloan 37-yd. FG 2-CMU-Davis 29-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 3-CMU-Harman 22-yd. FG 3-NAVY-Christian 2-yd. run (Sloan kick) 3-NAVY-Greene 41-yd. pass from Reynolds (Sloan kick) NAVY CMU First Downs 22 12 Rushing Attempts 62 22 Net Rushing 238 70 Net Passing 134 151 Total Plays 73 44 Total Offense 372 221 Passes Attempted 11 22 Passes Completed 6 13 Passes Intercepted 0 0 Fumbles/Lost 1/0 1/0 Penalties/Yards 2/15 3/15 Time of Possession 35:47 24:13 Attendance 15,074 Rushing — CMU: Tipton 11-55, Lavallii 5-33, Garland 1-2, Kater 2-1, Radcliff 3-(-21) ; NAVY: Copeland 15-70, Christian 13-64, Reynolds 24-59, Greene 7-39, Snelson 1-3, Polamalu 1-2, Thomas 1-1.

Rushing — CMU: Tipton 13-67, Lavallii 3-3, Garland 3-2, Davis 1-(-3), Radcliff 2-(-8), Wilson 1-(-13), TM 1-(-2); TOL: Fluellen 22-104, Owens 10-66, Dantin 1-10, McDowell 3-7, Pasquale 1-0-0.

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Passing — CMU: Radcliff 28-44-2 for 337, Wilson 0-0-0 for 0; TOL: Owens 22-33-1 for 229, Dantin 3-7-0 for 17.

Passing — CMU: Radcliff 11-19-0 for 139, Kater 2-3-0 for 12; NAVY: Reynolds 6-11-0 for 134. Receiving — CMU: Tipton 4-36, Wilson 3-35, Davis 2-48, Phillips 2-12, Lavallii 1-12, Williams 1-8; NAVY: Greene 2-60, Turner 2-42, Snelson 1-26, Lynch 1-6.

Receiving — CMU: Wilson 9-108, Williams 7-59, Davis 5-107, Butler 3-46, Fleming 2-8, Southworth 1-5, Odykirk 1-4; TOL: Reedy 10-92, Russell 6-58, Fluellen 5-39, Green 2-40, Macon 1-10, Olack 1-7.

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Akron....................................................... 14 Central Michigan.................................... 35

MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (10/20/12) - Central Michigan dug a first half hole it could not get out of and fell on Homecoming to Ball State, 41-30. Ball State struck first at the 7:22 mark of the first quarter, giving the Cardinals an early 7-0 lead. After a scoreless first quarter, the Chippewas tied the game in the second quarter on Ben McCord’s first career touchdown catch. Ball State answered back on the next drive, scoring a one-yard touchdown to give the Cardinals a 14-7 advantage. A career-long 51-yard field goal by David Harman pulled CMU within the four, but BSU capped the first half with a field goal and a touchdown to take a 24-10 lead into the intermission. Ball State built a three touchdown advantage in the third quarter before Cody Wilson caught a five-yard scoring pass from Ryan Radcliff to cut the Cardinals lead to 31-17. The Cardinals again scored on the ensuing next drive to go back up by 21. A Zurlon Tipton six-yard touchdown run and a Wilson 18-yard scoring reception pulled CMU closer but it was not enough.

MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (10/27/12) - Zurlon Tipton rushed his way into the Central Michigan football record books with a career-high 243 yards and three touchdowns as the Chippewas defeated Akron, 35-14. It took the Chippewas just two plays to light up the scoreboard as Tipton rushed a career-long 72 yards, giving CMU a 7-0 lead. After Akron pulled even with a touchdown pass, the Chippewas rattled off 21 consecutive unanswered points, starting with Ryan Radcliff connecting with Titus Davis on a 27-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter. Following a Jahleel Addae interception early in the second half, Tipton rumbled into the end zone from five-yards out for a 21-7 lead. The CMU defense then forced a three-and-out, setting up a 36-yard touchdown strike from Radcliff to Davis, giving CMU a 28-7 advantage. For their final points, the Chippewas went on a 13-play, 96yard drive over the course of 7:34, capped off by six-yard scoring run by Tipton for his third touchdown of the day. The Chippewas outrushed the Zips, 264-140, including Tipton’s 243 yards, which is tied for the eighth-most in a single game in program history with Donnie Riley in 1988. The Chippewas have defeated the Zips in their last six meetings dating back to 2005.

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Scoring Summary 1-CMU-Tipton 72-yd. run (Harman kick) 1-AKRON-Frieson 9-yd. pass from Williams (Stein kick) 1-CMU-Davis 27-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 3-CMU-Tipton 5-yd. run (Harman kick) 3-CMU-Davis 36-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 4-AKRON-Dillard 10-yd. pass from Williams (Stein kick) 4-CMU-Tipton 6-yd. run (Huge kick)

Rushing — CMU: Tipton 17-126, Wilson 1-12, Lavallii 3-2, Davis 1-0; TM 1-(-1); BSU: Edwards 21-128, Scott 25-99, Wenning 3-4, Smith 1-3, TM 1-(-1). Passing — CMU: Radcliff 23-38-1 for 339; BSU: Wenning 23-30-1 for 231.

Rushing — CMU: Tipton 37-243, Lavallii 5-21, Garland 1-4, Radcliff 1-(-4); AKRON: Hundley 17-92, Hines 4-19, Lawrence 6-14, Pohl 1-9, Davis 1-6. Passing — CMU: Radcliff 15-25-0 for 180; AKRON: Williams 3151-2 for 329, Pohl 2-2-0 for 23. Receiving — CMU: Wilson 5-23, Davis 4-112, Tipton 2-8, Williams 1-19, Odykirk 1-12, McCord 1-4, Fenton 1-2; AKRON: Frieson 8-65, Dillard 7-91, Sconiers 5-63, Suel 4-65, Smith 3-26, Pratt 2-16, Williams 2-3, Davis 1-12, Hines 1-11.

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Receiving — CMU: Wilson 7-111, Davis 5-75, McCord 4-47, Williams 2-10, Tipton 1-29, Flory 1-26, Lombardo 1-26, Kroll 1-15, Radcliff 1-0; BSU: Smith 6-62, Snead 6-52, Fakes 5-29, Mabon 2-46, Ryan 2-31, Scott 1-7, Edwards 1-4.

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AKRON CMU First Downs 27 21 Rushing Attempts 29 44 Net Rushing 140 264 Net Passing 352 180 Total Plays 82 69 Total Offense 492 444 Passes Attempted 53 25 Passes Completed 33 15 Passes Intercepted 2 0 Fumbles/Lost 0/0 0/0 Penalties/Yards 8/64 6/50 Time of Possession 27:59 32:01 Attendance 10,172

BSU CMU First Downs 28 23 Rushing Attempts 51 26 Net Rushing 233 107 Net Passing 231 339 Total Plays 81 64 Total Offense 464 446 Passes Attempted 30 38 Passes Completed 23 23 Passes Intercepted 1 1 Fumbles/Lost 1/1 1/1 Penalties/Yards 5/52 7/61 Time of Possession 34:46 25:14 Attendance 14,081

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Scoring Summary 1- BSU- Scott 6-yd. run (Schott kick) 2- CMU- McCord 22-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 2- BSU- Wenning 1-yd. run (Schott kick) 2- CMU- Harman 51-yd. FG 2- BSU- Schott 40-yd. FG 2- BSU- Snead 6-yd. pass from Wenning (Schott kick) 3- BSU- Fakes 5-yd. pass from Wenning (Schott kick) 3- CMU- Wilson 5-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 4- BSU- Scott 7-yd. pass from Wenning (Schott kick) 4-CMU- Tipton 6-yd. run (Harman kick blocked) 4- BSU- Schott 32-yd. FG 4- CMU- Wilson 18-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick)

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Ball State................................................. 41 Central Michigan.................................... 30

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Western Michigan................................... 42 Central Michigan.................................... 31

Central Michigan.................................... 34 Eastern Michigan.................................... 31

MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (11/3/12) - Titus Davis had a career day with 208 receiving yards, but the Chippewas could not hold on to a late nine-point lead over Western Michigan and fell, 4231, at Kelly/Shorts Stadium. The Chippewas owned a 23-14 lead after the third quarter, but the Broncos outscored CMU, 28-8, in the decisive fourth. The game was back-and-forth throughout, featuring six lead changes. Junior running back Zurlon Tipton rushed for 112 yards and two touchdowns and senior quarterback Ryan Radcliff completed 26-of-41 passes for a season-high 383 yards and a touchdown. After falling behind 28-23 at the beginning of the fourth quarter, Tipton put CMU ahead, 29-28, with a one-yard scoring run. Radcliff then found receiver Cody Wilson just inside the goal line on the two-point conversion. The Broncos regained the lead, 35-31, on their next possession on a 24-yard pass from quarterback Tyler Van Tubbergen to Eric Monette with 2:51 remaining. The Chippewas fumbled on the following kickoff return and a Western recovery at the CMU 47 set up a three-play drive capped by a 42-yard touchdown scamper by Dareyon Chance that extended the lead to 42-31. 1 2 3 4 Final WMU 0 14 0 28 42 CMU 6 7 10 8 31

YPSILANTI, Mich. (11/10/12) - Led by a standout performance and a big play from a pair of freshmen, Central Michigan got by rival Eastern Michigan, 34-31, at Rynearson Stadium in Ypsilanti. Receiver Andrew Flory caught nine passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns while defensive back Kavon Frazier returned an interception 49 yards for a score in the third quarter. Down 14-10 at halftime, a 21-point outpouring in the third quarter by Central Michigan proved to be the game’s turning point. Eastern Michigan looked to have seized control of the game early in the third quarter when back-up quarterback Alex Gillett ran 53 yards for a touchdown to give the Eagles a 21-10 lead. But Central Michigan responded with an 11-yard touchdown run by Zurlon Tipton. On the ensuing drive, Frazier stepped in front of a Gillett pass and weaved his way to the end zone, giving CMU its first lead of the afternoon at 24-21. Later in the quarter, Radcliff found Flory in the end zone with a 14-scoring strike to provide CMU with a 31-21 lead. The teams traded field goals early in the fourth quarter and Gillett was able to pull EMU to within three. However, CMU recovered EMU’s onside kick and ran out the clock. CMU EMU

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Scoring Summary 1-CMU-Harman 37-yd. FG 1-CMU-Harman 22-yd. FG 2-WMU-Hammond 55-yd. pass from Van Tubbergen (Haldemankick) 2-WMU-Van Tubbergen 18-yd. run (Haldeman kick) 2-CMU-Tipton 1-yd. run (Harman kick) 3-CMU-Harman 23-yd. FG 3-CMU-Davis 58-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 4-WMU-Collins 28-yd. pass from Van Tubbergen (Haldeman kick) 4-WMU-Collins 22-yd. pass from Van Tubbergen (Haldeman kick) 4-CMU-Tipton 1-yd. run (Wilson pass from Radcliff) 4-WMU-Monette 24-yd. pass from Van Tubbergen (Haldeman kick) 4-WMU-Chance 42-yd. run (Haldeman kick)

Scoring Summary 1-EMU-Russell 19-yd. pass from Benz (Mulder kick) 1-EMU-Gillett 21-yd. run (Mulder kick) 2-CMU-Flory 10-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 2-CMU-Harman 23-yd. FG 3-EMU-Gillett 53-yd. run (Mulder kick) 3-CMU-Tipton 11-yd. run (Harman kick) 3-CMU-Frazier 49-yd. interception return (Harman kick) 3-CMU-Flory 14-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 4-EMU-Mulder 30-yd. FG 4-CMU-Harman 36-yd. FG 4-EMU-Jones 25-yd. pass from Gillett (Mulder kick)

WMU CMU First Downs 24 26 Rushing Attempts 30 27 Net Rushing 151 123 Net Passing 362 383 Total Plays 63 68 Total Offense 513 506 Passes Attempted 33 41 Passes Completed 23 26 Passes Intercepted 1 0 Fumbles/Lost 0/0 1/1 Penalties/Yards 8/57 7/92 Time of Possession 28:44 31:16 Attendance 15,322

CMU EMU First Downs 18 21 Rushing Attempts 28 42 Net Rushing 119 294 Net Passing 284 120 Total Plays 62 68 Total Offense 403 414 Passes Attempted 34 26 Passes Completed 20 14 Passes Intercepted 0 2 Fumbles/Lost 1/1 1/0 Penalties/Yards 4/40 7/52 Time of Possession 26:57 33:03 Attendance 4,081

Rushing — CMU: Tipton 22-112, Phillips 2-7, Lavallii 1-4, Radcliff 2-0; WMU: Chance 19-111, Van Tubbergen 9-42, TM 2-(-2).

Rushing — CMU: Tipton 21-110, Phillips 2-7, Lavallii 2-3, Radcliff 1-1; TM 2-(-2). EMU: Gillett 14-162, Hill 13-83, Sherrer 7-46, Benz 5-3, Brumfield 2-2, TM 1-(-2)

Passing — CMU: Radcliff 26-41-0 for 383; WMU: Van Tubbergen 23-33-1 for 362.

History

Receiving — CMU: Davis 10-208, Wilson 7-81, Southworth 2-31, Tipton 2-28, McCord 2-17, Kinville 1-11, Williams 1-7, Lombardo 1-0; WMU: Monette 11-196, Chance 3-6, Hammond 2-75, Collins 2-50, Mussman 2-9, Wilson 1-12, Schaffer 1-11, Fields 1-3.

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Passing — CMU: Radcliff 20-34-0 for 284; EMU: Gillett 7-17-1 for 77, Benz 7-9-1 for 43. Receiving — CMU: 9-118, Tipton 3-47, Wilson 3-45, Southworth 1-30, Butler 1-23, McCord 1-9, Kinville 1-8, Davis 1-4; EMU: Jones 4-61, Scott 3-15, Russell 2-21, Gillett 2-11, Hill 2-1, Hoskins 1-11.

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Central Michigan.................................... 42 UMass...................................................... 21

MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (11/17/12) - Zurlon Tipton went over the 100-yard threshold for the fifth straight game and CMU scored twice off Miami (Ohio) turnovers to claim a 30-16 win over the RedHawks on Senior Day at Kelly/Shorts Stadium. The Chippewas won for the third time in their past four games behind Tipton’s 113 yards and two touchdowns and a defense that forced the RedHawks into four turnovers. Tipton scored twice in the first half, from 12 yards and from 1-yard out, helping CMU build a 14-7 lead. The Chippewas upped its lead to 21-7 in the second quarter when Ryan Radcliff hit tight end Connor Odykirk with an eight-yard scoring pass. In the third and early fourth quarters, Miami used a 39-yard field goal and a short touchdown run from quarterback Zak Dysert to pull within five of CMU. Leterrius Walton broke up a Dysert pass on the two-point conversion attempt that would have moved the RedHawks within a field goal. CMU answered on the next drive, going 76 yards in seven plays, culminating with a 10-yard scoring run by Saylor Lavallii, the first of his career, for a 28-16 lead. The Chippewas ended the RedHawks’ comeback aspirations with a safety as the result of a sack by Caesar Rodriguez, giving CMU a 30-16 lead with just 1:05 remaining in the game.

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (11/23/12) - Central Michigan reached .500 and gained bowl eligibility for the first time since the 2009 season with a 42-21 win over UMass at Gillette Stadium. Zurlon Tipton powered the Chippewas to their sixth win of the season, rushing for 185 yards on 25 carries and four touchdowns. CMU jumped on top quickly, getting a one-yard scoring run from Tipton and a five-yard touchdown reception by Connor Odykirk in the first quarter to build a 14-0 lead. UMass responded, using two second quarter touchdowns to knot the game at 14-14 as the teams headed to halftime. CMU answered a second half opening UMass scoring drive, to knot the game at 21-21. Tipton rushed for 57 yards on the drive, finishing it off with a three-yard touchdown run. Jahleel Addae then intercepted a pass on the ensuing possession and returned it to the nine-yard line. One play later, Tipton recorded his third touchdown of the game, pushing CMU ahead, 28-21. After an interception by Avery Cunningham, Saylor Lavallii earned the Chippewas their third two-touchdown lead at 35-21 when he plunged in from the six-yard line. Tipton would then put the game safely away with a 61-yard scoring dash midway through the fourth quarter. 1 2 3 4 Final CMU 7 7 14 14 42 UMASS 0 14 7 0 21

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Scoring Summary 1-CMU-Tipton 1-yd. run (Harman kick) 2-CMU-Odykirk 5-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 2-UMASS-Cox 1-yd. run (Lucas kick) 2-UMASS-Blanchflower 8-yd. pass from Doyle (Lucas kick) 3-UMASS-Walker 11-yd. pass from Doyle (Lucas kick) 3-CMU-Tipton 3-yd. run (Harman kick) 3-CMU-Tipton 9-yd. run (Harman kick) 4-CMU-Lavallii 6-yd. run (Harman kick) 4-CMU-Tipton 61-yd. run (Harman kick)

Scoring Summary 1-CMU-Tipton 12-yd. run (Harman kick) 1-MIAMI-Harwell 68-yd. pass from Dysert (Patterson kick) 2-CMU-Tipton 1-yd. run (Harman kick) 2-CMU-Connor Odykirk 8-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 3-MIAMI-Patterson 39-yd. FG 4-MIAMI-Dysert 1-yd. run (Dysert pass fail) 4-CMU-Lavallii 10-yd. run (Harman kick) 4-CMU-Team safety

Rushing — CMU: Tipton 24-113, Lavallii 8-68, Radcliff 2-5; TM 2-(2). MIAMI: Westbrook 12-41, Treadwell 5-20, Culpepper 2-12, Cruse 1-3, Harwell 1-3, Semmes 1-1, Scott 1-1, Dysert 12-(-1), David 1-(-6). Passing — CMU: Radcliff 13-23-1 for 202; MIAMI: Dysert 26-43-1 for 343, Treadwell 1-1-0 for 17.

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Rushing — CMU: Tipton 25-185, Lavallii 10-56, Radcliff 3-15, Garland 1-7; TM 1-(-1). UMASS: Cox 17-66, Burns 2-4, Broadnax 2-2, Doyle 5-(-8). Passing — CMU: Radcliff 10-19-1 for 82; UMASS: Doyle 30-45-3 for 253, Shultis 0-1-1 for 0. Receiving — CMU: Wilson 5-26, Tipton 2-31, Lavallii 1-16, Odykirk 1-5, Fenton 1-4; UMASS: Blanchflower 10-100, Williams 7-59, Walker 7-47, Broadnax 2-31, Davis 2-11, Cox 1-3, Foesel 1-2.

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Receiving — CMU: Flory 2-62, Williams 2-27, Lavallii 2-26, Davis 2-25, Wilson 1-24, Southworth 1-14, Tipton 1-13, Odykirk 1-8, Kinville 1-3; MIAMI: Harwell 11-215, Swift 6-48, Cruse 5-54, Scott 3-31, Culpepper 1-6, White 1-6.

2012 Recap

CMU UMASS First Downs 18 18 Rushing Attempts 42 26 Net Rushing 262 64 Net Passing 82 253 Total Plays 61 72 Total Offense 344 317 Passes Attempted 19 46 Passes Completed 10 30 Passes Intercepted 1 4 Fumbles/Lost 0/0 0/0 Penalties/Yards 4/35 7/63 Time of Possession 29:32 30:28 Attendance 6,385

MIAMI CMU First Downs 21 19 Rushing Attempts 36 36 Net Rushing 74 184 Net Passing 360 202 Total Plays 80 59 Total Offense 434 386 Passes Attempted 44 23 Passes Completed 27 13 Passes Intercepted 1 1 Fumbles/Lost 1/1 0/0 Penalties/Yards 5/53 4/23 Time of Possession 32:48 27:12 Attendance 7,223

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Miami (Ohio)........................................... 16 Central Michigan.................................... 30

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Western Kentucky................................... 21 Central Michigan.................................... 24

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DETROIT (12/26/12) - Ryan Radcliff threw a perfect strike to Cody Wilson in the fourth quarter and CMU’s defense got a late fourth down stop to lead the Chippewas to a 24-21 victory over Western Kentucky in the 2012 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. CMU’s winning touchdown drive began at the WKU 26-yard line after a blocked punt by safety Avery Cunningham. After CMU scored, the Hilltoppers drove the ball down to the CMU 19-yard line where they failed to convert on fourth and two. Central Michigan got off to a fast start, as Ryan Radcliff connected on a 69-yard touchdown strike to Andrew Flory in the first quarter. Western Kentucky answered with a six-yard quarterback run by Kawaun Jakes. CMU responded with another Radcliff-to-Flory touchdown connection, this time from 29 yards. After three straight punts, CMU got the running game going, as Tipton had 40 yards on a drive that led to a 50-yard David Harman field goal. The Hilltoppers answered with a touchdown midway through the second quarter on a six-yard scoring pass. Western Kentucky took its first lead of the game in the third quarter on a one-yard rush by Kadeem Jones. The game remained 21-17 until Wilson’s decisive touchdown. Radcliff was named the game’s MVP while linebacker Shamari Benton was named the Outstanding Lineman.

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West Division MAC Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. Northern Illinois 8 0 1.000 12 2 .857 Ball State 6 2 .750 9 4 .692 Toledo 6 2 .750 9 4 .692 Central Michigan 4 4 .500 7 6 .538 Western Michigan 2 6 .250 4 8 .333 Eastern Michigan 1 7 .125 2 10 .167 East Division Kent State Bowling Green Ohio Buffalo Miami UMass Akron

MAC Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. 8 0 1.000 11 3 .786 6 2 .750 8 5 .615 4 4 .500 9 4 .692 3 5 .375 4 8 .333 3 5 .375 4 8 .333 1 7 .125 1 11 .083 0 8 .000 1 11 .083

2012 MAC Specialty Award Winners Vern Smith Leadership Award Winner: QB Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois Coach of the Year: Darrell Hazell, Kent State Offensive Player of the Year: QB Jordan Lynch, Northern Illinois Defensive Player of the Year: DT Chris Jones, Bowling Green Special Teams Player of the Year: KR Dri Archer, Kent State Freshman of the Year: WR Jaime Wilson, Western Michigan

Scoring Summary 1-CMU-Flory 69-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 1-WKU-Jakes 6-yd. run (Schwettman kick) 1-CMU-Flory 29-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick) 2-CMU-Harman 50-yd. FG 2-WKU-Doyle 6-yd. pass from Jakes (Schwettman kick) 3-WKU-Jones 1-yd. run (Schwettman kick) 4-CMU-Wilson 11-yd. pass from Radcliff (Harman kick)

2012 Recap

WKU CMU First Downs 13 23 Rushing Attempts 32 34 Net Rushing 128 140 Net Passing 199 253 Total Plays 56 65 Total Offense 327 393 Passes Attempted 24 31 Passes Completed 14 19 Passes Intercepted 0 0 Fumbles/Lost 2/0 2/0 Penalties/Yards 7/60 6/50 Time of Possession 28:10 31:50 Attendance 23,310 Rushing — CMU: Tipton 23-101, Lavallii 4-28, Odykirk 1-15, Radcliff 4-2; TM 2-(-6). WKU: Andrews 27-119, Jones 2-6, Baisch 1-2, Jakes 2-1.

History

Passing — CMU: Radcliff 19-29-0 for 253; TM 0-2-0; WKU: Jakes 14-24-0 for 199. Receiving — CMU: Wilson 10-101, Flory 3-105, Tipton 2-29, Kroll 1-8, Fenton 1-6, McCord 1-4, Odykirk 1-0; WKU: Doyle 6-36, McNeal 3-50, Andrews 3-21, Brown 1-70, Jones 1-22.

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Players GP No Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G WILSON, Cody 13 74 840 11.4 3 45 64.6 DAVIS, Titus 12 43 860 20.0 8 92 71.7 TIPTON, Zurlon 13 24 287 12.0 1 37 22.1 WILLIAMS, Courtney 12 24 260 10.8 2 25 21.7 FLORY, Andrew 12 17 340 20.0 4 69 28.3 SOUTHWORTH, Caleb 12 9 113 12.6 0 30 9.4 MCCORD, Ben 10 9 81 9.0 1 22 8.1 LOMBARDO, Tyler 12 7 64 9.1 0 26 5.3 BUTLER, Deon 11 6 84 14.0 1 32 7.6 LAVALLII, Saylor 13 6 68 11.3 0 16 5.2 ODYKIRK, Connor 13 6 36 6.0 2 12 2.8 FLEMING, Jarret 9 4 44 11.0 1 20 4.9 KINVILLE, Mike 13 4 31 7.8 0 11 2.4 GARLAND, Anthony 9 3 15 5.0 0 9 1.7 FENTON, Adam 13 3 12 4.0 0 6 0.9 KROLL, Jesse 10 2 23 11.5 0 15 2.3 PHILLIPS, Tim 5 2 12 6.0 0 8 2.4 RADCLIFF, Ryan 13 1 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 Total 13 244 3170 13.0 23 92 243.8 Opponents 13 261 3129 12.0 23 70 240.7

Field Goals Player FGM-FGA Pct 01-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-99 Lg Blk HARMAN, D. 15-20 75.0 0-0 8-8 3-4 2-6 2-2 51 2

Punting Player No Yds Avg Long TB FC I20 Blkd HOGAN, Richie 50 2088 41.8 82 2 12 15 0 HUGE, Curtis 7 273 39.0 58 1 0 2 0 Total 57 2361 41.4 82 3 12 17 0 Opponents 49 2039 41.6 74 6 14 22 1

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G Effic Att-Cmp-Int Pct Yds TD Lng Avg/G 13 138.86 242-407-9 59.5 3158 23 92 242.9 2 75.20 2-4-0 50.0 12 0 8 6.0 7 0.00 0-2-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 13 0.00 0-0-0 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 13 137.57 244-413-9 59.1 3170 23 92 243.8 13 136.60 261-420-13 62.1 3129 23 70 240.7

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Player RADCLIFF, Ryan KATER, Cody TEAM WILSON, Cody Total Opponents

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Team Statistics CMU OPP FIRST DOWNS 268 286 Rushing 105 131 Passing 143 141 Penalty 20 14 RUSHING YARDAGE 1952 2492 Yards gained rushing 2183 2710 Yards lost rushing 231 218 Rushing Attempts 415 511 Average Per Rush 4.7 4.9 Average Per Game 150.2 191.7 TDs Rushing 22 28 PASSING YARDAGE 3170 3129 Comp-Att-Int 244-413-9 261-420-13 Average Per Pass 7.7 7.4 Average Per Catch 13.0 12.0 Average Per Game 243.8 240.7 TDs Passing 23 23 TOTAL OFFENSE 5122 5621 Total Plays 828 931 Average Per Play 6.2 6.0 Average Per Game 394.0 432.4 KICK RETURNS: #-Yards 54-1214 50-982 PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards 12-31 22-272 INT RETURNS: #-Yards 13-178 9-156 FUMBLES-LOST 12-7 11-5 PENALTIES-Yards 55-487 84-732 PUNTS-Yards 57-2361 49-2039 TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 29:25 30:35 3RD-DOWN Conversions 61/156 84/191 4TH-DOWN Conversions

Player GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G TIPTON, Zurlon 13 252 1531 39 1492 5.9 19 72 114.8 LAVALLII, Saylor 13 57 279 16 263 4.6 2 26 20.2 GARLAND, Anthony 9 44 206 17 189 4.3 1 21 21.0 WILSON, Cody 13 6 32 13 19 3.2 0 12 1.5 PHILLIPS, Tim 5 5 18 0 18 3.6 0 6 3.6 ODYKIRK, Connor 13 2 15 3 12 6.0 0 15 0.9 DAVIS, Titus 12 3 9 3 6 2.0 0 9 0.5 LOMBARDO, Tyler 12 1 4 0 4 4.0 0 4 0.3 KATER, Cody 2 3 8 6 2 0.7 0 7 1.0 WILLIAMS, Courtney 12 2 7 10 -3 -1.5 0 7 -0.2 HARRIS, Jerry 2 1 0 3 -3 -3.0 0 0 -2.1 TEAM 7 10 0 15 -15 -1.5 0 0 -2.1 RADCLIFF, Ryan 13 29 74 106 -32 -1.1 0 12 -2.5 Total 13 415 2183 231 1952 4.7 22 72 150.2 Opponents 13 511 2710 218 2492 4.9 28 55 191.7

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Aug. 30, 2012 Sept. 8, 2012 Sept. 22, 2012 * Sept. 29, 2012 * Oct. 6, 2012 Oct. 12, 2012 * Oct. 20, 2012 * Oct. 27, 2012 * Nov. 3, 2012 * Nov. 10, 2012 * Nov. 17, 2012 * Nov. 23, 2012 # Dec. 26, 2012

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OPPONENT W/L SCORE ATTEND SEMO W 38-27 15,250 MICHIGAN STATE L 7-41 35,127 at Iowa W 32-31 70,585 at Northern Illinois L 24-55 16,292 at Toledo L 35-50 19,247 NAVY L 13-31 15,074 BALL STATE L 30-41 14,081 AKRON W 35-14 10,172 WESTERN MICHIGAN L 31-42 15,322 at Eastern Michigan W 34-31 4,081 MIAMI W 30-16 7,223 at Massachusetts W 42-21 6,385 vs. Western Kentucky W 2 4-21 23,310

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|------ PATs ------| Player TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Pts TIPTON, Zurlon 20 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 120 HARMAN, David 0 15-20 43-44 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 88 DAVIS, Titus 8 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 48 FLORY, Andrew 4 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 24 WILSON, Cody 3 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0-0 0 0 20 LAVALLII, Saylor 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 WILLIAMS, Courtney 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 ODYKIRK, Connor 2 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 12 BUTLER, Deon 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 FLEMING, Jarrett 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 MCCORD, Ben 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 GARLAND, Anthony 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 WILSON, Jason 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 FRAZIER, Kavon 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 6 Team 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0-0 0 1 2 HUGE, Curtis 0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0 0-0 0 0 1 RADCLIFF, Ryan 0 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 1-2 0 0 0 Total 47 15-20 44-45 0-0 1 1-2 0 1 375 Opponents 54 15-16 52-52 0-0 0 0-2 0 0 421

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Player ADDAE, Jahleel WILSON, Jason Cunningham, Avery BRADLEY, Taylor YOUNG, Anthony WHITE, Lorenzo BENTON, Shamari FRAZIER, Kavon Total Opponents

No Yds Avg TD Long 4 46 11.5 0 30 2 55 27.5 1 55 2 14 7.0 0 10 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 3 3.0 0 3 1 0 0.0 0 0 1 11 11.0 0 11 1 49 49.0 1 49 13 178 13.7 2 55 9 156 17.3 2 40

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Players No Yds Avg TD Long WILSON, Cody 11 31 2.8 0 19 ADDAE, Jahleel 1 0 0.0 0 0 Total 12 31 2.6 0 19 Opponents 22 272 12.4 1 66

Kick Returns Players LAVALLII, Saylor WILLIAMS, Courtney DAVIS, DEFARREL HARRIS, Jerry FENTON, Adam Total Opponents

No Yds 29 669 11 231 7 170 5 98 2 46 54 1214 50 982

Avg TD Long 23.1 0 69 21.0 0 38 24.3 0 39 19.6 0 34 23.0 0 34 22.5 0 69 19.6 0 36

ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G TIPTON, Zurlon 13 1492 287 0 125 0 1779 136.8 LAVALLII, Saylor 13 263 68 0 669 0 1000 76.9 WILSON, Cody 13 19 840 31 0 0 890 68.5 DAVIS, Titus 12 6 860 0 0 0 866 72.2 WILLIAMS, Courtney 12 -3 260 0 231 0 488 40.7 FLORY, Andrew 12 0 340 0 0 0 340 28.3 GARLAND, Anthony 9 189 15 0 0 0 204 22.7 DAVIS, Defarrel 4 0 0 0 170 0 170 42.5 SOUTHWORTH, Caleb 12 0 113 0 0 0 113 9.4 HARRIS, Jerry 2 -3 0 0 98 0 95 47.5 BUTLER, Deon 11 0 84 0 0 0 84 7.6 MCCORD, Ben 10 0 81 0 0 0 81 8.1 LOMBARDO, Tyler 12 4 64 0 0 0 68 5.7 FENTON, Adam 13 0 12 0 46 0 58 4.5 WILSON, Jason 13 0 0 0 0 55 55 4.2 FRAZIER, Kavon 13 0 0 0 0 49 49 3.8 ODYKIRK, Connor 13 12 36 0 0 0 48 3.7 ADDAE, Jahleel 13 0 0 0 0 46 46 3.5 FLEMING, Jarrett 9 0 44 0 0 0 44 4.9 KINVILLE, Mike 13 0 31 0 0 0 31 2.4 PHILLIPS, Tim 5 18 12 0 0 0 30 6.0 KROLL, Jesse 10 0 23 0 0 0 23 2.3 CUNNINGHAM, Avery 13 0 0 0 0 14 14 1.1 BENTON, Shamari 13 0 0 0 0 13 13 0.8 YOUNG, Anthony 11 0 0 0 0 3 3 0.3 KATER, Cody 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 1.0 TEAM 7 -15 0 0 0 0 -15 -2.1 RADCLIFF, Ryan 13 -32 0 0 0 0 -32 -2.5 Total 13 1952 3170 31 1214 178 6545 503.5 Opponents 13 2492 3129 272 982 156 7031 540.8

Total Offense TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G RADCLIFF, Ryan 13 436 -32 3158 3126 240.5 TIPTON, Zurlon 13 252 1492 0 1492 114.8 LAVALLII, Saylor 13 57 263 0 263 20.2 GARLAND, Anthony 9 44 189 0 189 21.0 WILSON, Cody 13 6 19 0 19 1.5 PHILLIPS, Tim 5 5 18 0 18 3.6 KATER, Cody 2 7 2 12 14 7.0 ODYKIRK, Connor 13 2 12 0 12 0.9 DAVIS, Titus 12 3 6 0 6 0.5 LOMBARDO, Tyler 12 1 4 0 4 0.3 WILLIAMS, Courtney 12 2 -3 0 -3 -0.2 HARRIS, Jerry 2 1 -3 0 -3 -1.5 TEAM 7 12 -15 0 -15 -2.1 Total 13 828 1952 3170 5122 394.0 Opponents 13 931 2492 3129 5621 432.4

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|-------Tackles-------| |-Sacks-| |---Pass Def---| |-Fumbles-| Blkd DEFENSIVE LEADERS GP Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------41 CHEROCCI, Justin 13 43 89 132 2.5-6 . . 2 1 . . . . 26 BENTON, Shamari 13 54 72 126 1.5-1 . 1-11 3 . 2-0 . . . 4 ADDAE, Jahleel 13 40 49 89 7.0-31 2.0-16 4-46 5 1 . . . . 36 CUNNINGHAM, Avery 13 42 46 88 6.0-31 2.0-23 2-14 4 . . 2 1 . 29 CHAPMAN, Jarret 11 26 25 51 . . . 6 . . . . . 14 WILSON, Jason 13 29 21 50 . . 2-55 7 . . . . . 99 RODRIGUEZ, Caesar 13 19 26 45 9.0-35 4.0-27 . . 2 . . . . 20 YOUNG, Anthony 11 25 16 41 . . 1-3 3 . . 1 . . 93 KINVILLE, Joe 13 15 25 40 5.0-15 2.0-9 . 1 2 . . . . 38 FRAZIER, Kavon 13 18 18 36 0.5-1 . 1-49 3 . . . . . 51 LOPEZ, Cody 13 7 28 35 2.0-10 . . 2 1 . . . . 58 WALTON, Leterrius 10 10 22 32 3.5-20 2.5-16 . 1 . . . . . 55 WINSTON, Steve 13 8 23 31 3.0-12 1.5-11 . . 1 1-0 . . . 52 DEAN, Jabari 12 6 22 28 1.5-9 1.0-7 . . 1 1-0 1 . . 2 WHITE, Lorenzo 13 20 7 27 0.5-0 . 1-0 9 . . . . . 50 LOSINIECKI, Matt 13 9 13 22 2.0-12 . . . 1 . . . . 90 REEVES, Chris 8 4 13 17 . . . . 1 . . . . 10 KING, Kevin 11 7 7 14 . . . . . . . . . 3 BRADLEY, Taylor 8 8 5 13 . . 1-0 1 . . . . . 24 EADDY, Leron 13 5 7 12 . . . . . . . . . 95 JOHNSON, Shafer 10 2 10 12 0.5-0 . . . . . . . . 35 GREER, Brandon 13 8 4 12 0.5-4 0.5-4 . . . 1-0 . . . 12 WESTENDORP, A.J. 12 9 2 11 . . . . . . . . . 56 PALMER, Louis 10 4 7 11 1.0-4 1.0-4 . . . . . . . 18 WIMBERLY, Denzel 13 3 6 9 . . . . . . . . . 31 MCCLENDON, Kenny 12 1 7 8 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . 46 SERPA, Blake 10 5 3 8 1.0-5 1.0-5 . . 3 . . . . 28 NALOR, Dennis 13 4 3 7 . . . . . . . . . 43 HAMILTON, Tim 9 1 5 6 . . . . . . . . . 88 KROLL, Jesse 10 1 4 5 . . . . . . . . . 96 HARMAN, David 13 1 3 4 . . . . . . . . . 32 SMITH, Alex 4 . 4 4 0.5-5 0.5-5 . . . . . . . 37 GAGNON, Connor 6 3 . 3 . . . . . . . . . 6 LAVALLII, Saylor 13 . 2 2 . . . . . . . . . 42 LOMBARDO, Tyler 12 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 22 PETRO, Ryan 11 . 2 2 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . 15 BUTLER, Deon 11 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . 47 SOUTHWORTH, Caleb 12 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 92 ZENK, Mike 13 2 . 2 . . . . . . . . . 67 REPOVZ, Mike 11 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 69 WILLIAMS, Nate 3 . 1 1 0.5-1 . . . . . . . . 60 HENRY, Kevin 12 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 66 PHILLIPS, Andy 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 33 KINVILLE, Mike 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 49 FENTON, Adam 13 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 44 GARLAND, Anthony 9 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 9 FLORY, Andrew 12 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 8 RADCLIFF, Ryan 13 . 1 1 . . . . . . . . . 11 WILSON, Cody 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . 34 TIPTON, Zurlon 13 1 . 1 . . . . . . . . . TM Team 7 . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Total.......... 13 450 602 1052 49-208 18-127 13-178 47 13 5-0 4 1 1 Opponents...... 13 375 556 931 63-213 15-101 9-156 52 20 7-22 10 3 .

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Date Opponent Aug 30 SEMO Sep 8 MICHIGAN STATE Sep 22 at Iowa Sep 29 at Northern Illinois Oct 6 at Toledo Oct 12 NAVY Oct 20 BALL STATE Oct 27 AKRON Nov 3 WESTERN MICHIGAN Nov 10 at Eastern Michigan Nov 17 MIAMI Nov 23 at Massachusetts Dec 26 vs Western Kentucky Central Michigan Opponents

Rushing no. yds td lg 45 324 4 48 22 72 0 23 34 111 1 32 31 130 1 14 24 46 1 18 22 70 0 23 26 107 1 27 44 264 3 72 27 123 2 26 28 119 1 32 36 184 3 22 42 262 5 61 34 140 0 26 415 1952 22 72 511 2492 28 55

Receiving Passing no. yds td lg cmp-att-int yds td lg 14 171 1 26 14-23-1 171 1 26 17 173 0 38 17-38-2 173 0 38 26 283 2 29 26-35-0 283 2 29 20 332 2 92 20-40-1 332 2 92 28 337 4 44 28-44-2 337 4 44 13 151 1 29 13-22-0 151 1 29 23 339 3 45 23-38-1 339 3 45 15 180 2 36 15-25-0 180 2 36 26 383 1 58 26-41-0 383 1 58 20 284 2 43 20-34-0 284 2 43 13 202 1 57 12-23-1 202 1 57 10 82 1 18 10-19-1 82 1 18 19 253 3 69 19-31-0 253 3 69 244 3170 23 92 244-413-9 3170 23 92 261 3129 23 70 261-420-13 3129 23 70

Kick Returns Punt Returns no. yds td lg no. yds td lg 5 81 0 21 2 18 0 19 3 86 0 34 1 -1 0 0 2 56 0 30 1 0 0 0 6 109 0 25 1 1 0 1 7 153 0 27 2 9 0 6 4 148 0 69 1 5 0 5 7 168 0 31 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 140 0 38 1 -7 0 0 2 33 0 17 0 0 0 0 4 80 0 23 1 1 0 1 4 83 0 34 0 0 0 0 4 77 0 25 2 5 0 5 54 1214 0 69 12 31 0 19 50 982 0 36 22 272 1 66

tot off 495 245 394 462 383 221 446 444 506 403 386 344 393 5122 5621

Avg per rush: 4.2 | Avg per catch: 12.8 | Pass efficiency: 126.83 | Kick ret avg: 20.1 | Punt ret avg: 7.8 | All purpose avg/game: 508.4 | Total offense avg/gm: 389.9

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Tackles Sacks Fumble Pass Defense Blkd PAT ua a total tfl-yds no-yds ff fr-yds int-yds qbh brup kick kick rush rcv 26 54 80 8.0-32 2.0-14 0 0-0 0-0 0 5 0 5-5 0 0 36 56 92 2.0-3 0-0 0 0-0 1-55 1 3 0 1-1 0 0 24 38 62 2.0-2 0.0-0 0 1-0 0-0 0 2 0 2-2 0 0 52 32 84 4.0-7 1.0-4 0 0-0 0-0 0 8 0 3-3 0 0 45 32 77 5.0-24 2.0-11 1 2-0 1-3 0 2 0 5-5 0 0 28 82 110 2.0-20 2.0-20 0 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 1-1 0 0 42 60 102 3.0-4 0.0-0 1 1-0 1-0 0 3 0 3-4 0 0 39 44 83 1.0-4 0.0-0 0 0-0 2-0 0 6 0 5-5 0 0 24 46 70 3.0-12 1.0-7 0 0-0 1-11 3 3 0 2-2 0 1 25 52 77 2.0-11 2.0-11 0 0-0 2-53 3 1 0 4-4 0 0 45 24 69 7.0-46 5.0-37 0 1-0 1-16 4 7 0 4-4 0 0 41 36 77 8.0-35 2.0-18 0 0-0 4-40 0 3 0 6-6 0 0 23 46 69 2.0-8 1.0-5 2 0-0 0-0 1 3 1 3-3 0 0 450 602 1052 49.0-208 18.0-127 4 5-0 13-178 13 47 1 44-45 0 1 374 556 931 63.0-213 15.0-101 10 7-22 9-156 20 52 3 52-52 0 0

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Punting Field Goals Kickoffs Date Opponent no. yds avg long blkd tb fc 50+ i20 md-att long blkd no. yds avg tb ob Aug 30 SEMO 2 45 22.5 25 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 24 0 7 416 59.4 3 0 Sep 8 MICHIGAN STATE 4 158 39.5 47 0 0 1 0 2 0-0 0 0 2 122 61.0 1 0 Sep 22 at Iowa 6 193 32.2 47 0 0 1 0 0 4-4 47 0 7 375 53.6 1 0 Sep 29 at Northern Illinois 4 184 46.0 54 0 0 1 1 0 1-2 42 0 5 301 60.2 2 0 Oct 6 at Toledo 6 231 38.5 49 0 0 0 0 2 0-0 0 0 6 390 65.0 2 0 Oct 12 NAVY 5 221 44.2 58 0 0 0 1 2 2-2 29 0 4 241 60.2 0 0 Oct 20 BALL STATE 4 149 37.2 50 0 1 0 1 0 1-2 51 0 5 304 60.8 1 1 Oct 27 AKRON 6 268 44.7 58 0 0 1 1 2 3-4 37 1 7 404 61.7 2 0 Nov 3 WESTERN MICHIGAN 3 158 52.7 74 0 0 1 1 2 0-1 0 0 6 370 57.7 0 0 Nov 10 at Eastern Michigan 4 151 37.8 45 0 0 2 0 2 2-2 36 0 7 432 61.7 4 0 Nov 17 MIAMI 6 260 43.3 59 0 1 3 2 3 0-0 0 0 5 322 64.4 1 0 Nov 23 at Massachusetts 4 171 42.8 46 0 0 1 0 0 0-0 0 0 7 432 61.7 1 1 Dec 26 vs Western Kentucky 3 172 57.3 82 0 1 1 2 2 1-2 50 1 5 323 64.6 3 0 Central Michigan 57 2361 41.4 82 0 3 12 9 17 15-20 51 2 73 4432 60.7 21 2 Opponents 49 2039 41.6 74 1 6 14 7 22 15-16 46 0 80 4849 60.6 24 2

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Yards Rushing 1. Curtis Adams (1981-84).............4,162 2. Walt Hodges (1973-76)..............3,886 3. Jesse Lakes (1969-71).................3,702 4. Brian Pruitt (1992-94).................3,693 5. Eric Flowers (1996-99)................3,122 6. Walt Beach (1956-59).................2,968 7. Dan LeFevour (2006-09)............2,948 8. Willie Todd (1978-81)..................2,928 9. Ontario Sneed (2005-08)...........2,863 10. Mose Rison (1974-77).................2,838 Rushing Attempts 1. Curtis Adams (1981-84)................ 761 2. Walt Hodges (1973-76)................. 753 3. Eric Flowers (1996-99)................... 737 4. Jesse Lakes (1969-71).................... 714 5. Billy Smith (1988-91)..................... 672 6. Brian Pruitt (1992-94).................... 671 Dan LeFevour (2006-09)............... 671

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Rushing Touchdowns 1. Dan LeFevour (2006-09)..................47. 2. Curtis Adams (1981-84)...................43 3. Eric Flowers (1996-99)......................35 4. Willie Todd (1978-81)........................34 5. Jessie Lakes (1969-71)......................33 6. Brian Pruitt (1992-94).......................31 7. Walt Hodges (1973-76)....................27 8. Ontario Sneed (2005-08).................26 Zurlon Tipton (2010-)............... 26 10. Silas Massey (1995-98).....................25 Craig Tefft (1967-68).........................25 Yards Passing 1. Dan LeFevour (2006-09)......... 12,905 2. Ryan Radcliff (2009-12)..............9,917 3. Jeff Bender (1988-91).................6,528 4. Pete Shepherd (1997-2000).....5,754 5. Derrick Vickers (2000-03)..........5,358 6. Kent Smith (2002-05).................5,179 7. Joe Youngblood (1990-93).......4,718 8. Chad Darnell (1994-96).............4,705 9. Bob DeMarco (1981-84)............3,699 10. Pat Boyd (1962-65)......................3,200 Passing Attempts 1. Dan LeFevour (2006-09)............1,763. 2. Ryan Radcliff (2009-12)..............1,349 3. Jeff Bender (1988-91).................... 960 4. Derrick Vickers (2000-03)............. 907 5. Pete Shepherd (1997-2000)........ 879 6. Kent Smith (2002-05).................... 785 7. Chad Darnell (1994-96)................ 606 8. Joe Youngblood (1990-93).......... 572 9. Pat Boyd (1962-65)......................... 528 10. Bob DeMarco (1981-84)............... 496

Passes Completed 1. Dan LeFevour (2006-09)............1,171 2. Ryan Radcliff (2009-12)................. 810 3. Jeff Bender (1988-91).................... 502 4. Derrick Vickers (2000-03)............. 494 5. Pete Shepherd (1997-2000)........ 455 6. Kent Smith (2002-05).................... 453 7. Joe Youngblood (1990-93).......... 331 8. Chad Darnell (1994-96)................ 319 9. Bob DeMarco (1981-84)............... 264 10. Pat Boyd (1962-65)......................... 259

Pass Receiving Yardage 1. Bryan Anderson (2006-09).......3,648 2. Reggie Allen (1995-98)..............3,242 3. Antonio Brown (2007-09).........3,199 4. Bryan Schorman (1995-98)......2,968 5. Cody Wilson (2009-12)...............2,729 6. Damien Linson (2003-06).........2,279 7. Ken Ealy (1988-91).......................2,064 8. Matt Means (1972-74)................2,004 9. John DeBoer (1982-85)..............1,975 10. Kito Poblah (2007-10)................1,908

Touchdown Passes Thrown 1. Dan LeFevour (2006-09)............... 102 2. Ryan Radcliff (2009-12)....................63 3. Jeff Bender (1988-91).......................38 4. Joe Youngblood (1990-93).............35 5. Derrick Vickers (2000-03)................34 6. Chad Darnell (1994-96)...................33 Kent Smith (2002-05).......................33 8. Andy MacDonald (1950-51)...........27 9. Bob DeMarco (1981-84)..................23 10. Bob Miles (1966-69)..........................19 Gary Hogeboom (1976-79)............19 Pete Shepherd (1997-2000)...........19

Touchdown Passes Caught 1. Bryan Anderson (2006-09).............28 2. Antonio Brown (2007-09)...............22 3. John DeBoer (1982-85)....................19 Reggie Allen (1995-98)....................19 5. Damien Linson (2003-06)...............17 6. Ken Ealy (1988-91).............................16 Titus Davis (2011-).................... 16 8. Greg Hoefler (1965-67)....................15 Kito Poblah (2007-10)......................15 10. D.J. Reid (1990-93).............................13 Bryan Schorman (1995-98)............13 Ontario Sneed (2005-08).................13 Touchdowns Scored 1. Jim Podoley (1953-56).....................51 2. Dan LeFevour (2006-09)..................48 3. Curtis Adams (1981-84)...................44 4. Ontario Sneed (2005-08).................39 5. Jesse Lakes (1969-71).......................35 Willie Todd (1978-81)........................35 Eric Flowers (1996-99)......................35 8. Walt Hodges (1973-76)....................34 Brian Pruitt (1992-94).......................34

Passes Had Intercepted 1. Ryan Radcliff (2009-12)....................44 2. Pat Boyd (1962-65)............................43 3. Jeff Bender (1988-91).......................40 4. Joe Youngblood (1990-93).............38 5. Dan LeFevour (2006-09)..................36 6. Pete Shepherd (1997-00)................28 7. Bob Miles (1966-69)..........................27 Bob DeMarco (1981-84)..................27 9. Ron Fillmore (1983-85)....................23 Chad Darnell (1994-96)...................23 Derrick Vickers (2000-03)................23 Total Offense 1. Dan LeFevour (2006-09)......... 15,853 2. Ryan Radcliff (2009-12)..............9,747 3. Jeff Bender (1988-91).................6,518 4. Kent Smith (2002-05).................6,079 5. Pete Shepherd (1997-2000).....5,747 Derrick Vickers (2000-03)..........5,747 7. Chad Darnell (1994-96).............4,925 8. Joe Youngblood (1990-93).......4,585 9. Curtis Adams (1981-84).............4,168 10. Gary Hogeboom (1976-79)......4,167 Passes Caught 1. Antonio Brown (2007-09)............ 305 2. Bryan Anderson (2006-09).......... 290 3. Cody Wilson (2009-12).................. 230 4. Reggie Allen (1995-98)................. 192 5. Bryan Schorman (1995-98)......... 187 6. Justin Harper (2002-05)................ 167 7. Ontario Sneed (2005-08).............. 157 8. Damien Linson (2003-06)............ 155 9. Kito Poblah (2007-10)................... 154 10. Matt Means (1972-74)................... 130

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Field Goals 1. Kevin Nicholl (1986-89)...................56 2. Rade Savich (1975-78).....................49 3. Chuck Selinger (1990-93)...............43 4. Andrew Aguila (2007-09)................42 5. Paul Savich (1998-2001)..................39 PATs Scored 1. Andrew Aguila (2007-09)............. 159 2. Rade Savich (1975-78).................. 127 3. Kevin Nicholl (1986-89)................ 105 4. Novo Bojovic (1979-82)................ 101 5. Chuck Selinger (1990-93)...............99 Points Scored 1. Jim Podoley (1953-56).................. 307 2. Dan LeFevour (2006-09)............... 288 3. Andrew Aguila (2007-09)............. 285 4. Rade Savich (1975-78).................. 274 5. Kevin Nicholl (1986-89)................ 273 6. Walt Beach (1956-59).................... 268 7. Curtis Adams (1981-84)................ 264 8. Ontario Sneed (2005-08).............. 234 9. Mike Franckowiak (1972-74)....... 231 10. Chuck Selinger (1990-93)............ 227

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Interceptions 1. Jim Bowman (1981-84)....................16 2. Jamie Gent (1962-65).......................15 3. David Johnson (1987-90)................14 Steve Bograkos (1972-74)...............14 5. Joe Kellogg (1984-87)......................13 6. Robert Jackson (1977-80)...............12 7. Howard Young (1984-87)................11 Quincy Wright (1993-96).................11 Tedaro France (1998-2001)............11 10. Josh Gordy (2006-09).......................10

Rushing Touchdowns 1. Brian Pruitt, 1994...............................20 2. Dan LeFevour, 2007..........................19 Zurlon Tipton, 2012.................. 19 4. Silas Massey, 1996.............................16 Eric Flowers, 1998..............................16 6. Curtis Adams, 1983...........................15 7. Jesse Lakes, 1970...............................14 Jim Sandy, 1972.................................14 Rodney Stevenson, 1986................14 10. Willie Todd, 1978................................13 Curtis Adams, 1984...........................13 Craig Tefft, 1968.................................13 Rushing Attempts 1. Billy Smith, 1991.............................. 374 2. Silas Massey, 1996.......................... 312 3. Brian Pruitt, 1994............................ 292 Eric Flowers, 1998........................... 292 5. Chuck Markey, 1972...................... 290 6. Donnie Riley, 1989......................... 269 7. Craig Tefft, 1968.............................. 267 Curtis Adams, 1983........................ 267 9. Jerry Seymour, 2004...................... 262 10. Robbie Mixon, 2002....................... 255

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Total Offense 1. Dan LeFevour, 2007....................4,774 2. Dan LeFevour, 2009....................4,151 3. Dan LeFevour, 2006....................3,552 4. Dan LeFevour, 2008....................3,376 5. Ryan Radcliff, 2010......................3,259 6. Kent Smith, 2005..........................3,242 7. Ryan Radcliff, 2011......................3,217 8. Ryan Radcliff, 2012......................3,126 9. Chad Darnell, 1996......................3,055 10. Kent Smith, 2004..........................2,635

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Yards Passing 1. Dan LeFevour, 2007....................3,652 2. Dan LeFevour, 2009....................3,438 3. Ryan Radcliff, 2010......................3,358 4. Ryan Radcliff, 2011......................3,286 5. Ryan Radcliff, 2012......................3,158 6. Dan LeFevour, 2006....................3,031 7. Chad Darnell, 1996......................2,921 8. Kent Smith, 2005..........................2,799 9. Dan LeFevour, 2008....................2,784 10. Joe Youngblood, 1993...............2,466 Passing Attempts 1. Dan LeFevour, 2007....................... 543 2. Ryan Radcliff, 2010......................... 466 3. Dan LeFevour, 2009....................... 456 4. Ryan Radcliff, 2011......................... 453 5. Kent Smith, 2005............................. 420 6. Ryan Radcliff, 2012......................... 407 7. Dan LeFevour, 2006....................... 388 8. Dan LeFevour, 2008....................... 376 9. Chad Darnell, 1996......................... 348 10. Kent Smith, 2004............................. 333

Touchdown Passes Thrown 1. Dan LeFevour, 2009..........................28 2. Dan LeFevour, 2007..........................27 3. Dan LeFevour, 2006..........................26 4. Ryan Radcliff, 2011............................25 5. Ryan Radcliff, 2012............................23 6. Chad Darnell, 1996............................22 7. Dan LeFevour, 2008..........................21 8. Joe Youngblood, 1992.....................18 9. Joe Youngblood, 1993.....................17 Ryan Radcliff, 2010............................17 Passes Had Intercepted 1. Pat Boyd, 1965....................................17 Bob Miles, 1966..................................17 Ryan Radcliff, 2010............................17 4. Ryan Radcliff, 2011............................16 5. Joe Youngblood, 1993.....................15 6. Ron Fillmore, 1985............................14 7. Dick Moffit, 1962................................13 Bob DeMarco, 1982...........................13 Joe Youngblood, 1992.....................13 Dan LeFevour, 2007..........................13

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Yards Rushing 1. Brian Pruitt, 1994.........................1,890 2. Silas Massey, 1996.......................1,544 3. Chuck Markey, 1972...................1,513 4. Zurlon Tipton, 2012............. 1,492 5. Walt Hodges, 1974......................1,463 6. Billy Smith, 1991...........................1,440 7. Curtis Adams, 1983.....................1,431 8. Robbie Mixon, 2002....................1,363 9. Eric Flowers, 1998........................1,302 10. Jesse Lakes, 1970.........................1,296

Passes Completed 1. Dan LeFevour, 2007....................... 355 2. Dan LeFevour, 2009....................... 318 3. Ryan Radcliff, 2010......................... 282 4. Ryan Radcliff, 2011......................... 257 5. Kent Smith, 2005............................. 255 6. Dan LeFevour, 2008....................... 251 7. Dan LeFevour, 2006....................... 247 8. Ryan Radcliff, 2012......................... 242 9. Chad Darnell, 1996......................... 189 10. Kent Smith, 2004............................. 188

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Tackles 1. Brian Leigeb (1997-2000)............. 490 2. Red Keith (2004-07)....................... 474 3. Nick Bellore (2007-10)................... 472 4. Ray Bentley (1979-82) .................. 443 5. James King (2001-04).................... 408 6. Rich Curtiss (1987-90)................... 402 7. Bryan Gross (1976-78)................... 396 8. Mike Bevier (1980-84)................... 352 Shawn Williams (1995-98)........... 352 10. Bill Schmidt (1973-75)................... 335 Tackles for Loss 1. Dan Bazuin (2003-06)................... 60.5 2. Jon McCall (1996-98)........................40 Pat Brackett (1980-84)......................40 Mark Bennett (1972-74)..................40 5. Frank Zombo (2006-09)...................39 6. John Neuman (1973-76).................37 7. Rick Newsome (1972-74)................36 8. Jovan Clarke (2001-02)....................35 9. Joe Adam (1997-99)..........................34 Calvin Massenberg (1995-98)........34 Sacks 1. Dan Bazuin (2003-06)................... 35.5 2. Frank Zombo (2006-09)............... 25.5 3. Jon McCall (1996-98)........................22 4. Mike Nettie (1989-92)......................21 5. Pat Brackett (1981-84)......................18 6. Bubba Hester (1994-96)..................17 7. Mike Kyler (1990-93).........................15 Mark Dennis (1987-89)....................15 Phil Zielinski (1984-87)....................15 10. Gabe McMasters (1996-99)............14

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Pass Receiving Yardage 1. Reggie Allen, 1996......................1,229 2. Antonio Brown, 2009.................1,198 3. Cody Wilson, 2010.......................1,137 4. Bryan Anderson, 2007...............1,132 5. Jammarl O’Neal, 1999................1,085 6. Antonio Brown, 2007.................1,003 7. Antonio Brown, 2008.................... 998 8. Ken Ealy, 1990............................... 916 9. Reggie Allen, 1997...................... 877 10. Bryan Schorman, 1997............... 871

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Touchdown Receptions 1. Bryan Anderson, 2007.....................10 2. John DeBoer, 1984.............................. 9 Ken Ealy, 1990....................................... 9 Reggie Allen, 1996.............................. 9 Antonio Brown, 2009......................... 9 6. Greg Hoefler, 1966.............................. 8 Titus Davis, 2011.........................8 Titus Davis, 2012.........................8 9. D.J. Reid, 1993....................................... 7 Bryan Schorman, 1996....................... 7 Reggie Allen, 1997.............................. 7 Damien Linson, 2004.......................... 7 Ontario Sneed, 2006........................... 7 Antonio Brown, 2008......................... 7 Bryan Anderson, 2009....................... 7

Tackles for Loss/Yards 1. Dan Bazuin, 2005.................. 26.5/181 2. Kevin Egnatuk, 1983................23/112 3. Joe Adam, 1999.........................20/101 Jovan Clarke, 2002.....................20/62 Mark Bennett, 1974....................20/85 QB Sacks 1. Dan Bazuin, 2005...............................16 2. Dan Bazuin, 2006........................... 10.5 3. Kevin Egnatuk, 1983........................... 9 Mike Nettie, 1991................................. 9 Jon McCall, 1998.................................. 9 Joe Adam, 1999.................................... 9 Frank Zombo, 2008............................. 9 Fumble Recoveries 1. Steve Bograkos, 1973......................... 5 Denny Starnes, 1977........................... 5 PATs Kicked 1. Andrew Aguila, 2007........................60 2. Andrew Aguila, 2009........................55 3. Rick Albreski, 2006............................48 4. Casey Wilson, 1996............................45 5. Andrew Aguila, 2008........................44 6. David Harman, 2012.........................43 7. Brad Blasy, 1994.................................40 8. Mike Franckowiak, 1974..................38 Rade Savich, 1978..............................38

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Touchdowns Scored 1. Brian Pruitt, 1994...............................22 2. Dan LeFevour, 2007..........................20 Zurlon Tipton, 2012.................. 20 4. Jim Podoley, 1954..............................18 Bernie Raterink, 1955.......................18 6. Curtis Adams, 1983...........................16 Silas Massey, 1996.............................16 Eric Flowers, 1998..............................16 9. Dan LeFevour, 2009..........................15 Antonio Brown, 2009.......................15

Field Goals Kicked 1. Kevin Nicholl, 1989...........................20 2. Andrew Aguila, 2009........................17 3. Kevin Nicholl, 1987...........................16 Andrew Aguila, 2008........................16 5. Rade Savich, 1978..............................15 Chuck Selinger, 1991........................15 David Harman, 2012.........................15 8. Rade Savich, 1976..............................14 Brad Blasy, 1995.................................14 Mike Gruzwalski, 2002.....................14

Interceptions 1. Jim Bowman, 1983.............................. 8 2. John Blackstock, 1962........................ 6 Jamie Gent, 1963................................. 6 Paul Fleszar, 1975................................. 6 Howard Young, 1987.......................... 6 David Johnson, 1988.......................... 6 Tackles 1. Ray Bentley, 1982........................... 173 2. Jim Schulte, 1973............................ 151. 3. Mike Bevier, 1984............................ 148 Red Keith, 2007............................... 148 Nick Bellore, 2008........................... 148 6. Brian Leigeb, 2000.......................... 147 7. Ray Bentley, 1981........................... 146 8. Bill Schmidt, 1974........................... 144 9. James King, 2003............................ 143 10. Mike Bevier, 1983............................ 140

Points Scored 1. Brian Pruitt, 1994............................ 132 2. Dan LeFevour, 2007....................... 120 Zurlon Tipton, 2012................ 120 4. Mike Franckowiak, 1974............... 118 5. Jim Podoley, 1954........................... 109 6. Bernie Raterink, 1955.................... 108 7. Andrew Aguila, 2009..................... 106 8. Silas Massey, 1996........................... 98

Number of Punts 1. Brian Brandt, 2000.............................87 2. Jake Kemp, 1998................................80. 3. Brian Brandt, 2001.............................72 Tony Mikulec, 2005...........................72 5. Three players.......................................71 Punt Return Average 1. Jim Podoley, 1956.......................... 29.0 2. Antonio Brown, 2008................... 20.5 3. Damien Linson, 2004.................... 18.3 4. Bruce Wyman, 1964...................... 13.7 5. Antonio Brown, 2009................... 13.5 Punts Returned 1. Ted Hollern, 1982...............................41 2. Ted Hollern, 1983...............................32 Larry Adams, 1968.............................32 Kickoff Return Average 1. Bob Zilinski, 1968.......................... 34.4 2. Chuck Markey, 1972..................... 30.0 Mose Rison, 1977........................... 30.0 4. Asante White, 2004....................... 28.0 5. Silas Massey, 1995......................... 27.1 Kickoffs Returned 1. Antonio Brown, 2007.......................40 2. Antonio Brown, 2008.......................38 3. Antonio Brown, 2009.......................35 4. Justin Harper, 2003...........................33 5. Dan Myrick, 1997...............................31 Blocked Kicks 1. James King, 2001................................. 8 2. Dan Bazuin, 2004................................. 4.

Punting Average 1. Art Texiera, 1948............................ 44.5 2. Brian Brandt, 2003......................... 43.1 3. Tony Mikulec, 2006....................... 42.0 4. Larry Moore, 1963......................... 41.0 5. Richie Hogan, 2012............... 40.8 6. Brian Brandt, 2001......................... 40.1 Brett Hartmann, 2010.................. 40.1

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All-Purpose Yards 1. Brian Pruitt vs. Toledo, 1994 ................................................. 435 Robbie Mixon vs. Eastern Michigan, 2002 ...................... 435 3. Antonio Brown vs. Troy, 2009 .............................................. 403 4. Jerry Seymour vs. Ball State, 2004 ..................................... 357 5. Jesse Lakes vs. UW-Milwaukee, 1969 ............................... 343 6. Silas Massey vs. Kent State, 1996 ....................................... 342 7. Antonio Brown vs. Eastern Michigan, 2008 ................... 313 Touchdown Passes Thrown 1. Bill Kelly vs. Toledo, 1929 ........................................................... 5 Kent Smith vs. Eastern Michigan, 2004 ................................. 5 Dan LeFevour vs. Ball State, 2007 ........................................... 5 Touchdowns Scored 1. Jim Podoley vs. Eastern Illinois, 1956..................................... 6

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Passes Attempted 1. Kent Smith vs. Western Michigan, 2005 .............................70 2. Ryan Radcliff vs. Navy, 2010.....................................................58 3. Dan LeFevour vs. Purdue, 2007 .............................................56 4. Dan LeFevour vs. Troy, 2009 ....................................................55 5. Dan LeFevour vs. Akron, 2007 ................................................54 6. Brian Brunner vs. Indiana, 2008 .............................................53 7. Ryan Radcliff vs. Miami, 2010 .................................................52 Ryan Radcliff vs. Ohio, 2011.....................................................52 9. Kent Smith vs. Northern Illinois, 2005 .................................51 10. Derek Gorney vs. Ball State, 2001 .........................................50 Ryan Radcliff vs. Eastern Michigan, 2011............................50

Pass Receiving Yardage 1. Norm Tellar vs. Toledo, 1929 ................................................ 284 2. Reggie Allen vs. Bowling Green, 1996 ............................. 229 3. Titus Davis vs. Western Michigan, 2012..................208 4. Damien Linson vs. Miami, 2005 .......................................... 204 5. David Blackburn vs. Ball State, 2011 ................................. 194 6. Titus Davis vs. Kent State, 2011...............................192 7. Damien Linson vs. Ohio, 2006 ............................................. 191 8. Reggie Allen vs. Western Michigan, 1996 ....................... 187 Greg Hoefler vs. Wayne State, 1966 .................................. 187 10. Cody Wilson vs. Western Michigan, 2010......................... 185

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Total Offense 1. Dan LeFevour vs. Akron, 2007 ............................................. 514 2. Dan LeFevour vs. Ball State, 2007 ...................................... 506 3. Kent Smith vs. Western Michigan, 2005 .......................... 480 4. Kent Smith vs. Miami, 2005 .................................................. 478 5. Brian Brunner vs. Indiana, 2008 .......................................... 460 6. Kent Smith vs. Toledo, 2004 ................................................. 446 7. Dan LeFevour vs. Kent State, 2007 .................................... 434 8. Chad Darnell vs. Bowling Green, 1996 ............................. 429 9. Ryan Radcliff vs. Ball State, 2011 ........................................ 427 10. Dan LeFevour vs. Ball State, 2008 ...................................... 420

Touchdown Passes Caught 1. Norm Tellar vs. Toledo, 1929...................................................... 3 John DeBoer vs. Northern Michigan, 1984.......................... 3 Ken Ealy vs. Kent State, 1990..................................................... 3 Justin Harper vs. Eastern Michigan, 2004............................. 3 Ontario Sneed vs. Temple, 2006............................................... 3 Bryan Anderson vs. Purdue, 2007............................................ 3

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Yards Gained Passing 1. Brian Brunner vs. Indiana, 2008 .......................................... 485 2. Kent Smith vs. Western Michigan, 2005 .......................... 460 3. Ryan Radcliff vs. Ball State, 2011......................................... 436 4. Chad Darnell vs. Bowling Green, 1996 ............................. 435 5. Tim Crowley vs. Eastern Michigan, 1997 ......................... 412 6. Dan LeFevour vs. Troy, 2009 ................................................. 395 7. Ryan Radcliff vs. Navy, 2010.................................................. 394 8. Ryan Radcliff vs. Northern Illinois, 2011........................... 387 9. Kent Smith vs. Toledo, 2004 ................................................. 385 10. Ryan Radcliff vs. Western Michigan, 2012....................... 383

Passes Caught 1. Antonio Brown vs. Akron, 2007 .............................................15 2. Justin Harper vs. Western Michigan, 2005 .........................14 3. Antonio Brown vs. Toledo, 2009 ............................................13 Antonio Brown vs. Troy, 2009 .................................................13 Cody Wilson vs. Navy, 2010......................................................13 6. Terrance McMillan vs. Miami, 1992 ......................................12 Cody Wilson vs. Western Michigan, 2010............................12 8. Bryan Schorman vs. Eastern Michigan, 1997 ....................11 Reggie Allen vs. Ball State, 1997 ............................................11 Reggie Allen vs. Michigan State, 1998 ................................11 Justin Harper vs. Northern Illinois, 2005 ............................11 Antonio Brown vs. Ball State, 2009 .......................................11 Cody Wilson vs. Northern Illinois, 2010 ..............................11

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Yards Rushing 1. Robbie Mixon vs. Eastern Michigan, 2002 ...................... 377 2. Brian Pruitt vs. Toledo, 1994 ................................................. 356 3. Jesse Lakes vs. UW-Milwaukee, 1969 ............................... 343 4. Silas Massey vs. Kent State, 1996 ....................................... 292 5. Brian Pruitt vs. UNLV, 1994 ................................................... 274 6. Jim Podoley vs. Northern Iowa, 1954 ............................... 258 7. Eric Flowers vs. Ball State, 1998 .......................................... 253 8. Zurlon Tipton vs. Akron, 2012.................................243 Donnie Riley vs. Akron, 1988 ............................................... 243 10. Eric Flowers vs. Eastern Michigan, 1998 .......................... 239 Rushing Attempts 1. Eric Flowers vs. Eastern Michigan, 1998 .............................49 2. Curtis Adams vs. Kent State, 1982 ........................................45 3. Silas Massey vs. Eastern Michigan, 1996 ............................45 4. Robbie Mixon, Eastern Michigan, 2002...............................43 5. Jim Sandy, Eastern Michigan, 1973.......................................42 Eric Flowers vs. Buffalo, 1999 ..................................................42 Robbie Mixon vs. Akron, 2000................................................42 8. Jesse Lakes vs. Illinois State, 1969..........................................41 Jesse Lakes vs. Northern Michigan, 1969............................41 Silas Massey vs. Kent State, 1996...........................................41

Passes Completed 1. Kent Smith vs. Western Michigan, 2005 .............................46 2. Ryan Radcliff vs. Navy, 2010.....................................................36 3. Dan LeFevour vs. Purdue, 2007 .............................................35 Brian Brunner vs. Indiana, 2008 .............................................35 5. Kent Smith vs. Northern Illinois, 2005 .................................33 Dan LeFevour vs. Kent State, 2007 .......................................33 Dan LeFevour vs. Michigan State, 2009 ..............................33 Dan LeFevour vs. Troy, 2009 ....................................................33 Ryan Radcliff vs. Eastern Michigan, 2011............................33

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INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SINGLE-GAME RECORDS (cont.) PATs Scored 1. Mike Franckowiak vs. Eastern Illinois,1972.......................... 9 Rade Savich vs. Northern Illinois, 1975................................. 9 Novo Bojovic vs. Eastern Michigan, 1981............................ 9

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Field Goals Scored 1. Andrew Aguila vs. Troy, 2009 ................................................... 5 2. John Pahoski vs. Illinois State, 1968 ...................................... 4 Mike Franckowiak vs. Western Ill., 1972 ............................... 4 Rade Savich vs. Illinois State, 1976 ........................................ 4 Kevin Nicholl vs. SW Louisiana, 1989 .................................... 4 Paul Savich vs. Western Michigan, 1998 .............................. 4 Mike Gruzwalski vs. Wyoming, 2002 ..................................... 4 Mike Gruzwalski vs. EMU, 2002 ............................................... 4 David Harman vs. Iowa, 2012................................................... 4 Points Scored 1. Jim Podoley vs. Eastern Illinois, 1956..................................36 Tackles 1. Brian Leigeb vs. Northern Illinois, 2000..............................26 2. Ray Bentley vs. Bowling Green, 1980...................................23 Cory Gildersleeve vs. E. Michigan, 1995.............................23 Rodrico Epps vs. Ball State, 2000...........................................23

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Tackles for Losses 1. Abdullah Muhammad vs. Northern Ill., 1998.................... Gabe McMasters vs. Northern Ill., 1999.............................. 3. Chuck Stiver vs. Bowling Green, 1980................................. John Johnson vs. Ball State, 1982......................................... Jon McCall vs. Eastern Michigan, 1997...............................

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Fumble Recoveries 1. Chuck Stiver vs. Ohio, 1978..................................................... 2 Kurt Dobronski vs. Northern Illinois, 1979......................... 2 Robert Jackson vs. Kent State, 1979..................................... 2 Mike Bruns vs. Northern Illinois, 1985................................. 2 Chris Wise vs. Ohio, 1987......................................................... 2 Ken Strong vs. SW Louisiana, 1989....................................... 2 Pass Interceptions 1. Steve Bograkos vs. Indiana State, 1972............................... 3 Josh Gordy vs. Army, 2007......................................................... 3 3. 25 players ....................................................................................... 2 Blocked Kicks 1. James King vs. Michigan State, 2001................................... 4

LONGEST PLAYS Longest Rush Eric Flowers, Ball State vs. 1998.............................................98 Longest Pass Derrick Vickers to Rob Turner vs. Ball State, 2001............98 Longest Interception Return Shawn Williams vs. EMU, 1998.............................................100 Josh Gordy vs. Akron, 2006...................................................100 Longest Kickoff Return Gary Baillargeon vs. Bowling Green, 1950.......................102 Longest Punt Return Jim Podoley vs. Northern Iowa, 1953..................................90 Fumble Return Yards Ralph Gilpin vs. Alma, 1909...................................................110 Longest Punts Wayne Schwalbach vs. Ohio, 1975.......................................85 Todd Winters vs. Ball State, 1989...........................................84 Longest Field Goal Rade Savich vs. Ball State, 1975.............................................57 Longest Run Allowed Nate Scott vs. Wyoming, 2000 ..............................................95

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Offense Yards Rushing............................................. 551 vs. UNLV, 1994 Rushing Attempts....................................91 vs. Hofstra, 1970 Total Offense.........................................658 at Ball State, 2007 Yards Gained Passing............................ 485 at Indiana, 2008 Passing Attempts..................71 at Western Michigan, 2005 Passes Completed................46 at Western Michigan, 2005 Touchdown Passes.......................................5 vs. Toledo, 1929 ............................................ 5 vs. Eastern Michigan, 2004 ..............................................................5 at Ball State, 2007 Touchdowns.............................10 vs. Northern Illinois, 1975 PATs Scored.....................................9 vs. Eastern Illinois, 1972 .............................................. 9 vs. Northern Illinois, 1975 ............................................ 9 vs. Eastern Michigan, 1981 Field Goals............................................................5 vs. Troy, 2009 Points Scored.................................................80 vs. Ferris, 1920 ............................................69 vs. Northern Illinois, 1975 Plays .......................................110 at Western Michigan, 2005 First Downs.............................35 at Western Michigan, 2005 First Downs Passing.............23 at Western Michigan, 2005 First Downs Rushing................................28 vs. Hofstra, 1970 Passes Had Intercepted........ 6 by Eastern Michigan, 1929 Fumbles Lost.................................................. 7 vs. Miami, 1983

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Defense Fewest Yards Rushing........0 by Northern Michigan, 1983 Fewest Rushing Attempts.......15 by Eastern Illinois, 1970 Most Yards Lost (Rushing)................. 78 by Ball State, 1991 Fewest Yards Passing.................................0 by several teams Most Interceptions.......................6 vs. Eastern Illinois, 1960 ...........................................6 vs. Western Michigan, 1989 .................................................................. 6 vs. Miami, 1990 Fewest Plays....................................................39 by Ohio, 1990 Fewest Net Yards............................... 16 by Ferris State, 1934 Fewest First Downs.............................0 by Ferris State, 1934 Most Fumbles........................10 by Eastern Michigan, 1963 .............................................. 10 by Western Illinois, 1965 Fumbles Lost.................................7 by Western Illinois, 1965 Most Points Allowed................................82 by Florida, 1997 Most Yards Allowed............................... 708 by Florida, 1997 Most Yards Allowed Passing...............546 by Purdue, 2007 Most Yards Allowed Rushing.................. 530 by Navy, 2003 Most TDs Allowed Rushing.......................... 8 by Navy, 2003

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Two-Point Conversion By CMU: Cody Wilson from Ryan Radcliff vs. WMU, 11/3/12, WMU 42-31 By Opponent: Nathan Palmer pass from Chandler Harnish, NIU, 10/1/11, CMU 48-41

Interception for TD By CMU: Kavon Frazier vs. Eastern Michigan,11/10/12, 49 yards, CMU 34-31 By Opponent: Jermaine Robinson, Toledo, 10/6/12, 31 yards, Toledo 50-35

50-Yard Field Goal By CMU: David Harman, vs. WKU 12/26/12, 50 yards, CMU 24-21 By Opponent: Jeremiah Detmer, Toledo, 11/18/11, 50 yards, Toledo 44-17

Blocked Punt Returned for TD By CMU: Lorenzo White at UT, 11/26/10, recovered in end zone, UT 42-31 By Opponent: Marcus Allen, Bowling Green, 10/12/02, in end zone, BG 45-35

Four Passing TDs in a Game By CMU: Ryan Radcliff vs. Toledo, 10/6/12, 327 yards, 4 TDs, Toledo 50-35 By Opponent: Mike Glennon, NCSU, 10/8/11, 244 yards, 4 TDs, NCSU 38-24

Blocked Punt By CMU: Avery Cunningham vs. Western Kentucky, 12/26/12, CMU 24-21 By Opponent: Matt Boyd, Eastern Michigan, 10/15/11, EMU 35-28

Three Rushing TDs in a Game By CMU: Zurlon Tipton vs. Akron, 10/27/12, 243 yards, 3 TDs, CMU 35-14 By Opponent: Javonti Greene, 96 yards, 3 TDs, EMU, 10/15/11, EMU 35-28

Blocked Field Goal By CMU: Steve Winston vs. Northern Illinois, 10/1/11, CMU 48-41 By Opponent: Freddie Simon, Western Michigan, 11/3/12, WMU, 42-31

Four Rushing TDs in a Game By CMU: Zurlon Tipton vs. UMass, 11/23/12, 185 yards, 4 TDs, CMU 42-21 By Opponent: Garrett Wolfe, NIU, 10/16/04, 226 yards, 4 TDs, NIU 42-10

Blocked PAT By CMU: Darryll Stinson at Northwestern, 9/25/10, NW 30-25 By Opponent: Joel Cox, Ball State, 10/20/12, Ball State 41-30

Three Receiving TDs in a Game By CMU: Bryan Anderson vs. Purdue, 12/26/07, 129 yards, 3 TDs, Purdue 51-48 By Opponent: Sam Hurd, NIU, 11/5/05, 266 yards, 3 TDs, Northern Illinois 31-28

Safety Recorded By CMU: vs. Miami, 11/17/12, tackled in end zone, CMU 30-16 By Opponent: vs. Ohio, 11/10/11, tackle in end zone, Ohio 43-28

50 Points in a Game By CMU: 52 points at Eastern Michigan, 9/18/10, CMU 52-14 By Opponent: Toledo, 50 points, 10/6/12, Toledo, 50-35

Shutout Recorded By CMU: vs. Hampton, 9/2/10, 33-0 By Opponent: NIU, 10/19/2002, 49-0

Four Field Goals in a Game By CMU: David Harman at Iowa, 9/22/12, (33, 25, 20, 47 yards), CMU 32-31 By Opponent: Mathew Sims, NIU, 10/1/11, (35, 35, 33, 38 yards), CMU 48-41

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Total Offense.............................6,258 (2007) Plays..............................................1,076 (2007) Net Yards Gained Rushing....3,613 (1975) .......4,113 (1974) (includes playoffs) Rushing Attempts......................766 (1974) .......... 891 (1974) (includes playoffs) Pass Attempts..............................557 (2007) Pass Completions.......................361 (2007) Yards Gained Passing............3,767 (2008) Touchdowns Passing.................. 28 (2006) .................................................... 28 (2007) .................................................... 28 (2008) .................................................... 28 (2009) Pass Completion Pct. ..............68.7 (2009) Touchdowns................................... 66 (2007) Total Points....................................487 (2007) Extra Points...................................... 60 (2007) Field Goals....................................... 20 (1989) Points Per Game.........................36.3 (1955) Number of Punts.......................... 90 (2000) Yards Punted.............................3,455 (2000) Punting Average........................42.5 (2003)

Defense

Fewest Yards Rushing...............797 (1956) Lowest Rushing Average.......88.5 (1956) Fewest Touchdowns Rushing ...2 (1990) Fewest Yards Passing................531 (1955) Fewest Touchdown Passes..........1 (1974) Most Interceptions....................... 23 (1972) Fewest Total Plays.......................441 (1955) Fewest Net Yards.....................1,292 (1956) Fewest Touchdowns .....................0 (1902) Fewest Total Points.........................0 (1902) Punts Forced................................... 83 (1990) Points Allowed ............................517 (2007) Yards Allowed...........................6,602 (2003)

Miscellaneous

Consecutive Shutouts........... 6 (1902-03) Consecutive Wins.................. 15 (1956-57) Consecutive Wins (Season)...... 12 (1974) Longest Unbeaten Streak...23 (1978-80) Consecutive Home Wins.....20 (1952-56) Consecutive Losses.........................8 (1997) Consecutive Games Scoring...............167 ....................................................(1982-98) Consecutive Winning Seasons..............13 ....................................................(1973-85) Consecutive Non-Losing Seasons.......27 ....................................................(1965-91) Victories in a Season......12, (1974, 2009) Shutouts in a Season................................... 6 .....................(1921, 1924, 1925, 1926) Defeats in a Season....................................... 9 ........ (1997, 2000, 2003, 2010, 2011) Ties in a Season.............................................. 4 .................... (1991-tied NCAA record)

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200-Yard Receiving Game By CMU: Titus Davis vs. Western Michigan, 11/3/12, 208 yards, WMU, 42-31 100 Passing Yards, 100 Rushing Yards By Opponent: Matt Simon, NIU, in a Game 9/29/07, 205 yards, CMU 35-10 By CMU: Dan LeFevour vs. BGSU, 10/24/09, 147 yards passing, 128 yards 200-Yard Rushing Game rushing, CMU 24-10 By CMU: Zurlon Tipton vs. Akron, By Opponent: Jordan Lynch, Northern 10/27/12, 243 yards, CMU 35-14 Illinois, 9/29/12, 215 yards passing, 144 By Opponent: Kriss Proctor, Navy, yards rushing, Northern Illinois, 55-24 11/13/10, 201 yards, Navy 38-37 Two or More Players with 100 Rushing 400-Yard Passing Game Yards By CMU: Ryan Radcliff at Ball State, By CMU: Zurlon Tipton (180 yards) and 10/22/11, 436 yards, Ball State 31-27 Anthony Garland (102 yards) vs. By Opponent: Tim Hiller, WMU, SE Missouri State, 8/30/12, CMU 38-27 10/17/09, 410 yards, CMU 34-23 By Opponent: Leighton Settle (152 yards) and Jordan Lynch (144 yards), NIU, 9/29/12, NIU, 55-24

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Punt Return for TD By CMU: Antonio Brown vs. Eastern Michigan, 75 yards, 10/10/09, CMU 56-8 By Opponent: Bernard Reedy, Toledo, 10/6/12, 66 yards, Toledo 50-35

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Fumble Returned for a TD By CMU: Jahleel Addae at Western Michigan, 9/17/11, 0 yards, WMU 44-14 By Opponent: Andre Jones, Akron, 11/23/07, 64 yards, CMU 35-32

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Kickoff Return for TD By CMU: Antonio Brown vs. Troy, 1/6/10, 95 yards, CMU 44-41 (2OT) By Opponent: Eric Page, Toledo, 11/26/10, 99 and 95 yards, Toledo 42-31

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KELLY/SHORTS STADIUM RECORDS INDIVIDUAL OFFENSE Rushing Carries................45, Silas Massey, CMU (vs. Eastern Michigan), 1996 Net Yards.................................356, Brian Pruitt, CMU (vs. Toledo), 1994 Touchdowns......... 5, Rodney Stevenson, CMU (vs. Ball State), 1986 5, Brian Pruitt, CMU (vs. Toledo), 1994

INDIVIDUAL DEFENSE Tackles................................................24, Dan Maher, Indiana State, 1982

24, John Thomas, Alcorn State, 1977

24, Van Dickerson, Western Michigan, 1977

Tackles for Loss.................... 7, Gabe McMasters, CMU (vs. NIU), 1999 Fumble Recoveries....3, Steve Bograkos, CMU (vs. Ball State), 1973

Passing

Interceptions.......3, Steve Bograkos, CMU (vs. Indiana State), 1972

Attempts............................... 62, Walt Church, Eastern Michigan, 1996

Completions.............................38, Tim Hiller, Western Michigan, 2008

3, Josh Gordy, CMU (vs. Army), 2007

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Yards.......................................... 471, Tim Hiller, Western Michigan, 2008

TEAM OFFENSE

Touchdowns...........................................5, Andy Roesch, Ball State, 2002

Rushing Attempts..........................................84, CMU (vs. Dayton), 1974 Net Yards Rushing...........................................551, CMU (vs. UNLV), 1994

Receiving

Passing Attempts...........................................62, Eastern Michigan, 1996

Catches................................14, Ontario Pryor, Eastern Michigan, 1996

Pass Completions.........................................38, Western Michigan, 2008

Yards.............................................266, Sam Hurd, Northern Illinois, 2005

Passing Yardage......................................... 471, Western Michigan, 2008

Touchdowns........3, John DeBoer, CMU (vs. Northern Mich.), 1984

Total Plays..........................................................99, CMU (vs. Dayton), 1974

3, Steve Sanders, Bowling Green, 2004

Total Offense .......................................................................643, Toledo, 2003

3, Sam Hurd, Northern Illinois, 2005

Points................................................69, CMU (vs. Northern Illinois), 1975 Points (one half).........................42, CMU (vs. Northern Illinois), 1975

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Total Offense

Points (one quarter).................28, CMU (vs. Eastern Michigan), 1981

Plays......................... 70, Kent Smith, CMU (vs. Northern Illinois), 2005

28, Northern Illinois, 2003

Yards......................................... 462, Omar Jacobs, Bowling Green, 2004

28, CMU (vs. Toledo), 2009

Touchdowns.................................10, CMU (vs. Northern Illinois), 1975 First Downs..............................................................................35, Toledo, 2003

Scoring Touchdowns.......... 5, Rodney Stevenson, CMU (vs. Ball State),1986

TEAM DEFENSE

5, Brian Pruitt, CMU (vs. Toledo), 1994

5, Chester Taylor, Toledo, 2001

Net Yards Allowed Rushing.............................. 0, CMU (vs. NMU), 1983

Points.....................30, Rodney Stevenson, CMU (vs. Ball State), 1986

Yards Allowed Passing....................................... 0, CMU (vs. WMU), 1975

30, Brian Pruitt, CMU (vs. Toledo), 1994

Total Offense Allowed........................96 yards, CMU (vs. WMU), 1975

Extra Points.......................9 (of 10), Rade Savich, CMU (vs. NIU), 1975

First Downs Allowed..........................................2, CMU (vs. BGSU), 1990

Field Goals......................................5 (of 5), Gary Gussman, Miami, 1987

Most Interceptions.............................................6, CMU (vs. Miami), 1990

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Longest Run.........98 yards, Eric Flowers, CMU (vs. Ball State), 1998

Fumbles Lost.........................................................7, CMU (vs. Miami), 1983

Longest Pass.....................................................98 yards, Derrick Vickers to

Penalty Yards........................224 (19 penalties), CMU (vs. NMU), 1973

Rob Turner, CMU (vs. NIU), 2001

Fewest Pass Attempts...................................4, Western Michigan, 1975

Longest Kickoff Return........ 98 yards, Ty Kingsby, Western Ill., 1998

Fewest Pass Completions...........................0, Western Michigan, 1975

Longest Punt Return.....78 yards, Damien Linson, CMU (vs. Ohio), 2005

Points, Both Teams.......................................93 (EMU 48, CMU 45), 2007

Longest Punt........85 yards, Wayne Schwalbach, CMU (vs. Ohio), 1975

Offensive Plays, Both Teams..................175 (CMU 80, EMU 95), 1996

Longest Field Goal...........................56 yards, Brad Selent, WMU, 1998

Fumbles..................................................10, CMU (vs. Indiana State), 1976

Longest Interception Return......100 yards, George Duranko, EMU, 1973

Punts................................................................. 23 (CMU 10, BGSU 13), 1990

100 yards, Josh Gordy, CMU (vs. Akron), 2006

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Top Ten Kelly/Shorts Stadium Crowds

MSU 41, CMU 7 CMU 38, WMU 28 CMU 31, WMU 7 CMU 26, WMU 24 BGSU 34, CMU 30 CMU 42, Ohio 18 CMU 18, WMU 18 CMU 38, WMU 19 CMU 35, WMU 28 CMU 18, WMU 10

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Largest Crowds to Watch CMU

at Michigan Stadium, 2003 UM 45, CMU 7 at Michigan Stadium, 2006 UM 41, CMU 17 at Beaver Stadium, 2005 PSU 40, CMU 3 at Sanford Stadium, 2008 Georgia 56, CMU 17 at Florida Field, 1997 Florida 82, CMU 6 at Memorial Stadium, 2007 Clemson 70, CMU 14 at Spartan Stadium, 2009 CMU 29, MSU 27 at Spartan Stadium, 2001 MSU 35, CMU 21 at Spartan Stadium, 2004 MSU 24, CMU 7 at Spartan Stadium, 2011 MSU 45, CMU 7

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Sept. 8, 2012 Oct. 18, 2008 Nov. 10, 2006 Oct. 24, 1998 Sept. 18, 1982 Oct. 30, 1982 Oct. 17, 1982 Sept. 22, 1984 Oct. 8, 1994 Oct. 11, 1986

Single Game High 17,000 vs. Illinois State (11/04/72) 18,882 vs. Illinois State (10/06/73) 18,907 vs. Western Illinois (10/19/74) 21,100 vs. Eastern Michigan (10/11/75) 20,265 vs. Indiana State (10/16/76) 22,761 vs. Bowling Green (10/29/77) 23,380 vs. Northern Illinois (10/21/78) 24,348 vs. Miami (09/29/79) 24,028 vs. Illinois State (09/20/80) 21,653 vs. Arkansas State (09/26/81) 29,732 vs. Bowling Green (09/18/82) 26,156 vs. Eastern Michigan (10/08/83) 28,463 vs. Western Michigan (09/22/84) 26,013 vs. Eastern Michigan (10/26/85) 27,813 vs. Western Michigan (10/11/86) 27,013 vs. Eastern Michigan (10/10/87) 21,903 vs. Bowling Green (10/15/88) 21,782 vs. Akron (09/16/89) 27,510 vs. Western Michigan (10/13/90) 21,841 vs. Akron (09/21/91) 22,875 vs. Bowling Green (10/03/92) 23,783 vs. Akron (09/02/93) 27,895 vs. Western Michigan (10/08/94) 22,851 vs. Bowling Green (09/23/95) 24,536 vs. Western Michigan (09/21/96) 20,619 vs. Eastern Michigan (09/27/97) 29,822 vs. Western Michigan (10/24/98) 27,041 vs. Miami (09/25/99) 26,249 vs. Western Michigan (11/11/00) 27,413 vs. Toledo (09/22/01) 24,127 vs. Bowling Green (10/12/02) 22,907 vs. Northern Illinois (10/11/03) 21,383 vs. Western Michigan (10/30/04) 22,212 vs. Indiana (09/02/05) 30,027 vs. Western Michigan (11/10/06) 22,031 vs. Toledo (09/08/07) 30,302 vs. Western Michigan (10/18/08) 26,730 vs. Eastern Michigan (10/10/09) 24,761 vs. Miami (10/16/10) 17,891 vs. South Carolina State (9/1/11) 35,127 vs. Michigan State (9/8/12)

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35,127 30,302 30,027 29,822 29,732 29,321 28,547 28,463 27,895 27,813

Average 16,000 15,709 15,539 17,600 18,269 18,945 19,602 20,341 20,756 20,862 23,276 23,127 20,753 19,347 23,691 20,296 17,235 17,630 20,212 19,340 19,283 18,659 20,829 19,058 20,015 18,832 20,363 17,940 18,990 17,861 17,311 13,919 15,043 15,971 21,563 18,771 22,659 19.702 20,448 15,291 16,036

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Total(Games) 32,000(2) 78,547(5) 93,236(6) 105,600(6) 91,345(5) 94,724(5) 98,011(5) 101,705(5) 124,533(6) 104,310(5) 139,653(6) 115,635(5) 145,273(7) 96,735(5) 118,457(5) 101,481(5) 86,177(5) 88,152(5) 121,270(6) 96,700(5) 96,417(5) 93,295(5) 104,144(5) 95,292(5) 100,074(5) 94,162(5) 101,814(5) 89,698(5) 94,949(5) 89,303(5) 103,865(6) 83,512(6) 75,216(5) 79,855(5) 107,817(5) 93,853 (5) 113,294 (5) 98,508 (5) 102,238 (5) 76,456 (5) 112,249 (7)

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Rushing Year Name........................ Att/Yards.......Avg/G 1951 Dave Clark............................ 48/301..............37.6 1952 Vern Hawes.......................... 69/540..............60.0 1953 Chuck Miller......................131/938........... 104.2 1954 Jim Podoley................... 110/1,079........... 107.9 1955 Bernie Raterink............. 128/1,044........... 116.0 1956 Jim Podoley.......................100/655..............72.7 1957 Walt Beach..................... 140/1,084........... 108.4 1958 Walt Beach.........................129/929..............92.9 1959 Jerry O’Neil........................145/821..............82.1 1960 Bob Fisher............................ 89/492..............61.5 1961 Chuck Koons.....................113/402..............40.2 1962 Bill Shuple..........................143/640..............64.0 1963 Bill Shuple..........................149/692..............69.2 1964 Bruce Wyman....................168/823..............91.4 1965 Jim Acitelli............................ 99/445..............44.5 1966 Bob Rosso..........................168/662..............66.2 1967 Craig Tefft....................... 267/1,046........... 104.6 1968 Craig Tefft....................... 239/1,126........... 125.1 1969 Jesse Lakes..................... 253/1,263........... 126.3 1970 Jesse Lakes..................... 250/1,296........... 129.6 1971 Jesse Lakes..................... 211/1,143........... 114.3 1972 Chuck Markey............... 290/1,513........... 137.5 1973 Jim Sandy....................... 209/1,168........... 106.2 1974 Walt Hodges.................. 251/1,463........... 133.0 1975 Walt Hodges.................. 186/1,025........... 113.9 1976 Mike Gray...........................188/734..............73.4 1977 Mose Rison.................... 238/1,241........... 124.1 1978 Willie Todd.........................144/746..............74.6 1979 Willie Todd..................... 234/1,003..............91.2 1980 Willie Todd.........................170/695..............63.2 1981 Reggie Mitchell............ 199/1,068..............97.1 1982 Curtis Adams................. 204/1,090........... 136.3 1983 Curtis Adams................. 267/1,431........... 130.1 1984 Curtis Adams................. 222/1,204........... 120.4 1985 Tony Brown........................174/655..............65.5 1986 Rodney Stevenson...... 207/1,104........... 122.7 1987 John Hood..................... 208/1,121........... 101.9 1988 Donnie Riley.................. 215/1,238........... 112.6 1989 Donnie Riley.................. 269/1,187........... 107.9 1990 Billy Smith...................... 244/1,047..............95.2 1991 Billy Smith...................... 374/1,440........... 130.9 1992 Brian Pruitt.........................178/859..............78.1 1993 Brian Pruitt.........................201/944..............94.4 1994 Brian Pruitt..................... 292/1,890........... 171.8 1995 Silas Massey................... 225/1,089..............99.0 1996 Silas Massey................... 312/1,544........... 154.4 1997 Eric Flowers.......................216/909..............82.6 1998 Eric Flowers................... 292/1,302........... 118.4

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Eric Flowers.......................200/766..............95.8 Vince Webber....................130/458..............50.9 Terrence Jackson......... 252/1,194........... 108.5 Robbie Mixon............... 255/1,361........... 113.4 Jerry Seymour.............. 205/1,141........... 124.1 Jerry Seymour.............. 262/1,284........... 116.7 Ontario Sneed.............. 220/1,065..............96.8 Ontario Sneed..................135/764..............58.8 Dan LeFevour................ 188/1,122..............80.1 Dan LeFevour....................168/592..............53.8 Dan LeFevour ..................183/713 .............50.9 Paris Cotton.......................142-651 .............59.2 Paris Cotton......................... 62-409 .............37.2 Zurlon Tipton..........204-1,492........114.8

Passing Year Name............... Att/Com/Yards.......Avg/G 1951 Andy MacDonald.183-114-1,560........... 195.0 1952 Don Koleber..................63-25-417..............46.3 1953 Lornie Kerr.....................70-27-327..............36.3 1954 Jim King..........................38-18-399..............39.9 1955 Mike Sweeney..............31-15-302..............33.5 1956 Herb Kipke.....................68-36-490..............54.4 1957 Herb Kipke.....................75-34-511..............51.1 1958 Oarie Lemanski............73-33-455..............45.5 1959 Oarie Lemanski......... 110-56-962..............96.2 1960 Wally Sadosty............ 112-51-531..............66.4 1961 Gary Harrington...........62-20-239..............23.9 1962 Dick Moffit...............179-83-1,109........... 110.9 1963 Pat Boyd....................... 117-54-817..............81.7 1964 Pat Boyd..........................90-45-607..............67.4 1965 Pat Boyd..................283-146-1,604........... 160.4 1966 Bob Miles..................184-94-1,368........... 136.8 1967 Gene Gilin......................84-41-611..............61.1 1968 Bob Miles..................... 120-62-918........... 102.0 1969 Bob Miles........................52-22-305..............30.5 1970 Mick Brzezinski.......... 123-50-775..............77.5 1971 Mick Brzezinski.......... 162-69-426..............42.6 1972 Gary Bevington......... 162-69-834..............75.8 1973 Mike Franckowiak.......88-41-655..............59.5 1974 Mike Franckowiak.... 122-63-985..............75.8 1975 Ron Rummel.................98-37-586..............53.3 1976 Ron Rummel.................88-44-761..............95.1 1977 Ron Rummel.................75-34-638..............91.1 1978 Gary Hogeboom....143-72-1,095..............99.5 1979 Gary Hogeboom....150-92-1,404........... 127.6 1980 Kevin Northup........133-69-1,011..............91.9 1981 Bob DeMarco..........162-85-1,159........... 105.4 1982 Bob DeMarco..........161-81-1,113........... 111.3 1983 Ron Fillmore............... 126-59-915..............83.2

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Dave Lemere....................... 18-239..............23.9 Rick Groth............................ 31-451..............45.1 Ron Goodin......................... 10-186..............18.6 Matt Means......................... 43-603..............54.8 Matt Means......................... 32-553..............50.3 Matt Means......................... 40-613..............55.7 John Fossen......................... 18-211..............19.2 Wayne Schwalbach.......... 26-496..............45.1 Wayne Schwalbach.......... 21-426..............38.7 Brian Blank........................... 19-384..............48.0 Mike Ball............................... 21-457..............21.2 Mike Hirn.............................. 22-388..............35.3 Mike Hirn.............................. 24-295..............26.8 Jaime Jackson..................... 23-412..............45.8 John DeBoer....................... 23-540..............49.1 John DeBoer....................... 40-831..............75.5 John DeBoer....................... 26-494..............70.6 Melvin Houston................. 12-210..............21.0 Eric Reed............................... 43-652..............59.3 Mark Hopkins..................... 32-433..............39.4 Ken Ealy................................ 12-346..............31.5 Ken Ealy................................ 44-916..............83.3 Ken Ealy................................ 41-724..............65.8 Terrance McMillan............. 43-649..............59.0 D.J. Reid................................ 47-693..............63.0 Terrance McMillan............. 28-398..............36.2 Bryan Schorman................ 38-604..............75.5 Reggie Allen.....................66-1,229........... 122.9 Reggie Allen........................ 50-877..............79.7 Reggie Allen........................ 61-832..............75.6 Jammarl O’Neal..............59-1,085..............98.6 David Hannah..................... 34-411..............41.1 Rob Turner........................... 50-668..............60.7 Rob Turner........................... 43-506..............42.2 Justin Harper....................... 45-441..............36.8 Jerry Seymour.................... 47-413..............37.5 Justin Harper....................... 64-607..............60.7 Bryan Anderson................. 73-867..............61.9 Antonio Brown............. 102-1,003..............71.6 Antonio Brown................... 93-998..............76.8 Antonio Brown ............ 110-1,198 .............85.6 Cody Wilson.....................83-1,137 .............94.8 Cody Wilson........................ 48-526 .............52.6 Cody Wilson........................ 74-840..............64.6

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Receiving Year Name....................... Rec/Yards.......Avg/G 1951 Porter Lewis......................... 22-272..............38.9 1952 Al Droth................................ 16-302..............33.5 1953 Jim Podoley............................9-186..............20.6 1954 Jerry Thomas..........................4-121..............12.1 1955 Ray Sine...................................6-140..............15.5 1956 Jim Podoley......................... 12-211..............23.4 1957 Walt Beach........................... 27-313..............31.3 1958 Walt Beach........................... 16-264..............26.4 1959 Jerry O’Neil.......................... 12-296..............29.6 1960 Len Jagello........................... 10-150..............15.0 1961 Chuck Koons....................... 21-130..............13.0 1962 Gary Finnin.......................... 31-361..............36.1 1963 Larry Moore......................... 16-397..............44.1 1964 Jamie Gent........................... 19-422..............46.8 1965 Wally Hempton.................. 43-605..............60.5 1966 Wally Hempton.................. 34-574..............57.4 1967 Greg Hoefler........................ 16-292..............29.2 1968 Dave Lemere....................... 15-325..............36.1

1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

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Bob DeMarco..........173-98-1,427........... 129.7 Ron Fillmore............185-94-1,191........... 148.9 Mar. Carruthers......... 138-64-912..............91.2 Mar. Carruthers....191-108-1,323........... 132.3 Jeff Bender ..............169-93-1,309........... 119.0 Jeff Bender.............232-108-1,487........... 135.2 Jeff Bender.............262-145-1,978........... 179.8 Jeff Bender.............297-156-1,754........... 159.5 Joe Youngblood...278-161-2,209........... 200.8 Joe Youngblood...287-167-2,466........... 224.2 Erik Timpf.................174-90-1,315........... 119.5 Chad Darnell.........258-130-1,737........... 156.7 Chad Darnell.........348-189-2,921........... 265.5 Tim Crowley..........321-148-2,204........... 200.4 Pete Shepherd......324-152-2,005........... 182.3 Pete Shepherd......320-171-2,295........... 208.6 Derrick Vickers........180-83-1,059..............96.3 Derrick Vickers......211-116-1,156........... 165.1 Derrick Vickers......320-175-1,828........... 152.3 Derrick Vickers......216-118-1,345........... 122.3 Kent Smith.............333-188-2,284........... 207.6 Kent Smith.............420-255-2,799........... 254.5 Dan LeFevour........388-247-3,031........... 216.5 Dan LeFevour........543-355-3,652........... 260.9 Dan LeFevour........376-251-2,784........... 253.1 Dan LeFevour ......456-318-3,438 .......... 245.6 Ryan Radcliff.........466-282-3,358 .......... 279.8 Ryan Radcliff.........453-257-3,286 .......... 273.8 Ryan Radcliff.........407-242-3,158........... 242.9

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Jim Podoley.............................................. 1,079 Bernie Raterink........................................ 1,044 Walt Beach................................................ 1,084 Craig Tefft.................................................. 1,046 Craig Tefft.................................................. 1,126 Jesse Lakes............................................... 1,263 Jesse Lakes............................................... 1,296 Jesse Lakes............................................... 1,143 Jim Sandy.................................................. 1,168 Walt Hodges............................................. 1,463 Walt Hodges............................................. 1,025 Mose Rison............................................... 1,241 Willie Todd................................................ 1,013 Reggie Mitchell....................................... 1,068 Curtis Adams............................................ 1,090 Curtis Adams............................................ 1,431 Curtis Adams............................................ 1,204 Rodney Stevenson................................. 1,104 John Hood................................................ 1,121 Donnie Riley............................................. 1,238 Donnie Riley............................................. 1,187 Billy Smith................................................. 1,047 Billy Smith................................................. 1,440 Brian Pruitt................................................ 1,890 Silas Massey............................................. 1,089 Silas Massey............................................. 1,544 Eric Flowers.............................................. 1,302 Terrence Jackson.................................... 1,194 Robbie Mixon.......................................... 1,361 Jerry Seymour......................................... 1,117 Jerry Seymour......................................... 1,284 Ontario Sneed......................................... 1,065 Dan LeFevour.......................................... 1,122 Zurlon Tipton................................ 1,492

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1,000-Yard Receiving Seasons 1996 1999 2007 2007 2009 2010

Reggie Allen............................................. 1,229 Jammarl O’Neal...................................... 1,085 Antonio Brown........................................ 1,003 Bryan Anderson...................................... 1,132 Antonio Brown........................................ 1,198 Cody Wilson............................................. 1,137

Robbie Mixon at EMU, 2002 ......................................377 Brian Pruitt vs. Toledo, 1994 .......................................356 Jesse Lakes vs. UW-Milwaukee, 1969 .....................343 Silas Massey at Kent State, 1996 ..............................292 Brian Pruitt vs. UNLV, 1994 .........................................274 Jim Podoley vs. Northern Iowa, 1954 .....................258 Eric Flowers vs. Ball State, 1998 ................................253 Donnie Riley at Akron, 1988 ......................................243 Zurlon Tipton vs. Akron, 2012....................................243 Eric Flowers at EMU, 1998 ...........................................239 Curtis Adams vs. Ohio, 1982 ......................................238 John Hood vs. Tulsa, 1987 ..........................................237 Silas Massey at Youngstown State, 1995 ...............231 Jesse Lakes vs. Northern Michigan, 1969 .............227 Silas Massey vs. EMU, 1996 ........................................227 Jesse Lakes vs. Western Illinois, 1970 .....................225 Walt Beach vs. Eastern Illinois, 1957 .......................224 Eric Flowers at Buffalo, 1999 ......................................219 Brian Pruitt at Toledo, 1993 ........................................219 Curtis Adams at Kent State, 1984 ............................219 Jerry Seymour vs. Ball State, 2004 ...........................217 Eric Flowers vs. Boise State, 1997 .............................214 Bernie Raterink vs. Eastern Illinois, 1955 ...............213 Jim Sandy vs. Eastern Michigan, 1973 ...................213 Donnie Riley vs. Ohio, 1988 .......................................212 Curtis Adams vs. Bowling Green, 1984 ..................210 Paris Cotton at Eastern Michigan, 2010 .................209 Bill Shuple at Eastern Illinois, 1962 ..........................207 Terrence Jackson vs. Eastern Michigan, 2001 ......207 Jerry Seymour vs. Eastern Michigan, 2003 ...........207 Silas Massey vs. Akron, 1996 .....................................206 Gary Baginski at Eastern Illinois, 1972 ...................200

200-Yard Receiving Games Norm Tellar vs. Toledo, 1929.......................................284 Reggie Allen at Bowling Green, 1996......................229 Titus Davis vs. Western Michigan, 2012..................208 Damien Linson at Miami, 2005..................................204

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Gary Hogeboom, QB....... 1979 Curtis Adams, TB............... 1982 Jeff Bender, QB.................. 1990 Brian Pruitt, TB................... 1994 Dan LeFevour, QB............. 2007 Dan LeFevour, QB ............ 2009

MAC Defensive Player of the Year

Ray Bentley, LB.................. 1982 Dan Bazuin, DE.................. 2005

MAC Freshman of the Year

Jeff Bender, QB.................. 1988 Silas Massey, TB................. 1995 Jerry Seymour, RB............. 2003 Dan LeFevour, QB............. 2006 Antonio Brown, WR.......... 2007

MAC Special Teams Player of the Year

Antonio Brown, KR/PR.... 2008 Antonio Brown , KR/PR .........2009

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Freshman All-Americans

Name........................... Honor, Publication...................................... Year Tory Humphrey............... Second Team, Sporting News..............................2001 James King........................ Fourth Team, Sporting News................................2001 Mike Gruzwalski............. First Team, Sporting News.....................................2002 Jerry Seymour................. First Team, Sporting News.....................................2003 Dan Bazuin........................ Second Team, Sporting News..............................2003 Red Keith............................ Third Team, College Sports Report....................2004 Ontario Sneed................. Second Team, Sporting News..............................2005 Andrew Hartline............. Honorable Men., Sporting News........................2005 Bryan Anderson.............. First Team, Sporting News.....................................2006 Dan LeFevour................... Honorable Men., Sporting News........................2006 Calvin Hissong................. Honorable Men., Sporting News........................2006 Antonio Brown................ First Team, FB Writers Association......................2007 ........................................ Second Team, Sporting News..............................2007 Colin Miller........................ Honorable Men., Sporting News........................2007 Jake Olson ................. Honorable Men., collegefootballnews.com ...2009 Titus Davis.................. First Team, Phil Steele’s Magazine...........2011

MAC Coach of the Year

Herb Deromedi..... 1980, 1990 Dick Flynn............................ 1994

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Name..............................Honor................................................. Year Ralph Burde..........................First Team......................................................1970 Tom Hahnenberg...............Second Team...............................................1971 Mike Franckowiak...............Second Team...............................................1973 ...........................................First Team......................................................1974 John Wunderlich.................First Team......................................................1974 ...........................................Second Team...................................1975, 1976 Tom Ray..................................Second Team...............................................1974 Mike Ball................................First Team......................................................1980 Kevin Egnatuk......................Second Team...............................................1983 John DeBoer.........................First Team......................................................1984 Steve Sklenar........................Second Team...............................................1985 Bob Stebbins........................Second Team...............................................1987 Jeff Bender............................First Team......................................................1991 Rob Turner.............................First Team......................................................2001 ...........................................Second Team...............................................2002 Dan Bazuin............................First Team......................................................2006 Matt Berning........................Second Team...............................................2010 Cody Wilson .........................Second Team...............................................2011 ...........................................Second Team...............................................2012

MAC Vern Smith Award

Ray Bentley, LB.................. 1982 Jeff Bender, QB.................. 1990 Brian Pruitt, RB................... 1994 Dan LeFevour, QB ............ 2009

Coaching Staff

Name..............................Honor, Publication............................ Year Leo Wisneski.........................Second Team, AP........................................1939 Warren Schmakel................First Team, AP...............................................1942 Andy MacDonald................Second Team, AP........................................1951 Dick Kackmeister................Second Team, Williamson.......................1953 Jim Podoley..........................First Team, Williamson..................1954, 1956 ...........................................Second Team, AP............................1954, 1956 Bernie Raterink....................Third Team, Williamson............................1955 Walter Beach........................First Team, Williamson..............................1958 Jim Hasse...............................First Team, AP...............................................1959 ...........................................First Team, Williamson..............................1961 Ralph Soffredine.................First Team, AP...............................................1962 Frank Goldberg...................Fourth Team, Williamson.........................1963 Bruce Wyman.......................Second Team, NAIA...................................1964 Paul Krause...........................Second Team, AP........................................1972 Charles Markey....................Third Team, AP.............................................1972 Rick Newsome.....................First Team, AFCA.........................................1974 Mike Franckowiak...............Second Team, AP........................................1974 John DeBoer.........................Third Team, Football News......................1984 Jim Bowman.........................Third Team, AP.............................................1984 Curtis Adams........................Second Team, UPI.......................................1984 Brian Pruitt............................First Team, AP...............................................1994 ...........................................Second Team, UPI.......................................1994 Eric Fisher..............................Third Team, AP.............................................2012

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Chuck Stiver, DT...................... 1st

Howard Young, DB................ 1st

Robert Jackson, DB................ 1st

Mike Dillon, OG..................... 2nd

Year Player, Position.............Team

Willie Todd, RB....................... 2nd

Bob Stebbins, TE................... 2nd

Michael Simpson, DB.......... 2nd

Kevin Nicholl, PK................... 2nd

1981 Mike Hirn, TE............................ 1st

Scott Alferink, DL.................. 2nd

Tony Vitale, OT......................... 1st

1988 Chuck Pellegrini, OG............. 1st

Reggie Mitchell, RB................ 1st

Donnie Riley, TB...................... 1st

Kurt Dobronski, DE................ 1st

Mark Dennis, OLB................... 1st

Ray Bentley, LB........................ 1st

Scott Alferink, DL.................... 1st

Bruce Brownie, DB................. 1st

Mark Hopkins, TE.................. 2nd

Joe Maiorana, OG................. 2nd

John Hood, TB....................... 2nd

Bret Hyble, LB........................ 2nd

Craig Allen, OLB.................... 2nd

1982 Chris McKay, OG..................... 1st

George Ricumstrict, ILB..... 2nd

Curtis Adams, RB.................... 1st

David Johnson, DB.............. 2nd

Ray Bentley, RB........................ 1st

Durand Robertson, DB....... 2nd

Paul Fate, C.............................. 2nd

1989 Ralph Newland, C................... 1st

Mike Fitzsimmons, DE........ 2nd

Donnie Riley, TB...................... 1st

John Johnson, NG................ 2nd

Kevin Nicholl, PK..................... 1st

Jim Bowman, DB.................. 2nd

Mark Dennis, OLB................... 1st

1983 Chris McKay, OG..................... 1st

J.J. Wierenga, DL..................... 1st

Curtis Adams, RB.................... 1st

David Johnson, DB................ 1st

Kevin Egnatuk, LB.................. 1st

David Basirico, OG............... 2nd

Pat Brackett, DT....................... 1st

Mark Hopkins, TE.................. 2nd

Mike Mills, DT........................... 1st

Rich Curtiss, ILB..................... 2nd

Jim Bowman, DB.................... 1st

Todd Winters, P..................... 2nd

Dean Darby, OT..................... 2nd

1990 Ken Ealy, WR............................. 1st

Terry Goodell, OG................. 2nd

Paul Jacobson, OG................. 1st

Ray Bowles, DB...................... 2nd

Jeff Bender, QB........................ 1st

1984 John DeBoer, SE...................... 1st

Billy Smith, RB.......................... 1st

Curtis Adams, RB.................... 1st

J.J. Wierenga, DL..................... 1st

Steve Sklenar, OLB................. 1st

Rich Curtiss, ILB....................... 1st

Pat Brackett, DT....................... 1st

David Johnson, DB................ 1st

Mike Bevier, LB........................ 1st

Ken Strong, DB........................ 1st

Jim Bowman, DB.................... 1st

Joe Connolly, FB.................. 2nd

Terry Goodell, OG................. 2nd

Jason Wilkie, DL................... 2nd

Bob DeMarco, QB................. 2nd

Art Droski, C........................... 2nd

Mike Kenealy, DB.................. 2nd

Clarence Rose, ILB................ 2nd

1975 Walt Hodges, RB..................... 1st

Jim Jones, DB........................... 1st

John Neuman, DT.................. 1st

Bill Schmidt, LB........................ 1st

Wes Gamble, C ..................... 2nd

John Kloc, OG........................ 2nd

1976 Wayne Schwalbach, TE........ 1st

Coaching Staff

John Wunderlich, DL........... 1st

Ed Rykulski, DB....................... 1st

John Kloc, OG....................... 2nd

Mike Gray, RB........................ 2nd

Rade Savich, PK.................... 2nd

Steve Knickerbocker, DE .... 2nd

1977 Wayne Schwalbach, TE....... 1st

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Tim Sopha, OG....................... 1st

Jeff Visner, C............................. 1st

Mose Rison, RB....................... 1st

Vondell Robertson, DB........ 1st

Bob Crowell, OT................... 2nd

Mike Gray, RB........................ 2nd

Rade Savich, PK.................... 2nd

Larry Hall, DE......................... 2nd

Denny Starnes, LB............... 2nd

1978 Tim Sopha, OG....................... 1st

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Rade Savich, PK...................... 1st

Robert Jackson, DB............... 1st

Chuck Harbin, OT................ 2nd

Brian Blank, SE...................... 2nd

Willie Todd, RB...................... 2nd

Bill White, DT......................... 2nd

Bryan Gross, LB..................... 2nd

1979 Marty Smallbone, OT........... 1st

Mike Ball, WR........................... 1st

Willie Todd, RB........................ 1st

Gary Hogeboom, QB........... 1st

Bill White, DT........................... 1st

Robert Jackson, DB............... 1st

Tim Hollingsworth, LB......... 1st

Kurt Cheesbro, OG.............. 2nd

Darryl Tucker, TB.................. 2nd

Rick Waters, DB..................... 2nd

History

1980 Marty Smallbone, OT............ 1st

Joe Maiorana, OG................... 1st

Kurt Dobronski, DE ............... 1st

1985 Steve Sklenar, OLB................. 1st

1991 Jim Wyatt, OT........................... 1st

Carl Kloosterman, DB........... 1st

Billy Smith, TB.......................... 1st

Rick Poljan, OG........................ 1st

Mike Nettie, DT........................ 1st

Brian Williams, OT................ 2nd

Ken Ealy, WR.......................... 2nd

1986 Brian Williams, OT.................. 1st

Art Droski, C........................... 2nd

Rick Poljan, OG........................ 1st

Chuck Selinger, PK.............. 2nd

Rodney Stevenson, RB......... 1st

Kevin Rich, OLB.................... 2nd

1987 Joe Churches, OT.................... 1st

Todd Reynolds, ILB............. 2nd

John Hood, TB......................... 1st

Darrall Stinson, DB.............. 2nd

Phil Zielinski, OLB................... 1st

Dennis Nicholl, P................. 2nd

Chris Wise, ILB.......................... 1st

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All-MAC (cont.) 1992 Marty Malcolm, OG............... 1st

Art Droski, C.............................. 1st

Mike Nettie, DL........................ 1st

Greg Sherwin, OT................ 2nd

Brian Pruitt, RB...................... 2nd

Mike Kyler, OLB.................... 2nd

1993 Darrell McCaul, OL................. 1st Chuck Selinger, PK................. 1st

Mike Kyler, OLB....................... 1st

D.J. Reid, WR.......................... 2nd

Joe Youngblood, QB.......... 2nd

Brian Pruitt, RB...................... 2nd

Tim Banks, DB....................... 2nd

1994 Jerremy Dunlap, TE................ 1st Matt Nastally, OG................... 1st

Chris O’Brien, OT..................... 1st

Brian Pruitt, TB......................... 1st

Quincy Wright, S..................... 1st

Erik Timpf, QB....................... 2nd

Tim Banks, DB....................... 2nd

1995 Brock Gutierrez, C.................. 1st

Quincy Wright, FS.................. 1st

Brad Blasy, PK........................ 2nd

Bryan Carpenter, OG.......... 2nd

Silas Massey, TB.................... 2nd

Scott Rehberg, OT............... 2nd

1996 Scott Rehberg, OT.................. 1st Reggie Allen, FL...................... 1st

Chad Darnell, QB.................... 1st

Adam Simonson, TE.............. 1st

Silas Massey, TB....................... 1st

Rollie Ferris, OG.................... 2nd

Calvin Massenberg, MG.... 2nd

1997 Reggie Allen, FL................... 2nd

Rollie Ferris, OG.................... 2nd

Jonathan McCall, DT.......... 2nd

1998 Jonathan McCall, DT............. 1st

Reggie Allen, FL...................... 1st

Eric Flowers, TB..................... 2nd

Tedaro France, CB................ 2nd

1999 Eric Flowers, TB..................... 2nd 2000 Brian Leigeb, DB................... 2nd 2001 Tedaro France, CB................... 1st Anders Hill, C.......................... 2nd

Terrence Jackson, TB........... 2nd

2002 Kyle Croskey, OG..................... 1st

Robbie Mixon, TB................. 2nd

Frank Zombo, DE ................... 1st

Jerry Seymour, TB................. 2nd

Bryan Anderson, WR .......... 2nd

2004 Dan Bazuin, DE........................ 1st

Colin Miller, OL ..................... 2nd

Adam Kieft, OT........................ 1st

Josh Gordy, DB ..................... 2nd

Jerry Seymour, TB................... 1st

Larry Knight, DE .................... 3rd

James King, LB....................... 2nd

Sean Murnane, DL ............... 3rd

2005 Dan Bazuin, DE........................ 1st

2010 Nick Bellore, LB ....................... 1st

Ike Brown, LB......................... 2nd

Matt Berning, LB .................... 1st

Jeff Jenerou, OT.................... 2nd

Jeff Maddux, OL ................... 2nd

Red Keith, LB.......................... 2nd

Colin Miller, C......................... 2nd

Ontario Sneed, RB.................HM

Cody Wilson, WR................... 2nd

2006 Bryan Anderson, WR............. 1st

Jahleel Addae, DB................. 3rd

Dan Bazuin, DE........................ 1st

Vince Agnew, DB................... 3rd

Red Keith, LB............................ 1st

Sean Murnane, DL................ 3rd

Dan LeFevour, QB................... 1st

Cody Wilson, PR..................... 3rd

Joe Staley, OT........................... 1st

Andrew Hartline, OT........... 2nd

David Blackburn, TE............ 2nd

Steven Friend, DT................. 2nd

Eric Fisher, OL.......................... 3rd

Tony Mikulec, P..................... 2nd

Cody Wilson, WR ................... 3rd

Drew Mormino, C................. 2nd

Titus Davis, WR....................... 3rd

Eric Tunney, OG..................... 2nd

2012 Eric Fisher, OL........................... 1st

2011 Jahleel Addae, DB.................. 1st

Doug Kress, LB........................HM

Jahleel Addae, DB................ 2nd

2007 Dan LeFevour, QB................... 1st

Titus Davis, WR...................... 2nd

Red Keith, LB............................ 1st

Zurlon Tipton, RB.................. 2nd

Ike Brown, LB........................... 1st

Cody Wilson, WR ................... 3rd

Antonio Brown, KR/PR......... 1st

Bryan Anderson, WR........... 2nd

Antonio Brown, WR............. 2nd

Andrew Hartline, OT........... 2nd

Justin Hoskins, RB................. 3rd

Year Name........................Position

Eric Tunney, OG...................... 3rd

1973 Tom Ray..................................... DB

Steven Friend, DT.................. 3rd

1974 Tom Ray..................................... DB

Academic All-MAC Selections

2008 Antonio Brown, WR............... 1st

Mike Franckowiak.................. QB

Antonio Brown, PR................ 1st

John Wunderlich.....................DL

Antonio Brown, KR................ 1st

1975 Ed Rykulski................................ DB

Bryan Anderson, WR............. 1st

John Kloc....................................DT

Andrew Hartline, OT............. 1st

John Wunderlich.....................DL

Nick Bellore, LB........................ 1st

1976 John Kloc....................................DT

Frank Zombo, DE.................... 1st

Dan LeFevour, QB................. 2nd

1977 Bryan Gross................................ LB

Greg Wojt, OT.......................... 3rd

Andrew Aguila, K................... 3rd

1978 Mike Ball.................................... WR

Sean Murnane, DT................ 3rd

Bob Miller...................................DE

2009 Antonio Brown, WR .............. 1st

Mark Sankovitch...................... LB

John Wunderlich.....................DL Larry Hall.....................................DE

Antonio Brown, PR ............... 1st

1979 Mike Ball.................................... WR

Dan LeFevour, QB .................. 1st

William White............................DT

Allen Ollenburger, OL .......... 1st

Mark Sankovitch...................... LB

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Nick Bellore, LB ....................... 1st

James King, DB...................... 2nd

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2003 Adam Kieft, OT...................... 2nd

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INDIVIDUAL Honors Academic All-MAC Selections (cont.) 1980 Bret Hyble.................................. LB 1981 Bret Hyble.................................. LB 1982 Dale Bennis................................ LB

Mike Mills...................................DT

Mike Fitzsimmons...................DE

1983 Dale Bennis................................ LB

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Mike Mills...................................DT

Kevin Egnatuk.......................... LB

John DeBoer........................... WR

Ted Hollern................................ SB

1984 John DeBoer........................... WR

Ted Hollern................................ SB

Steve Sklenar.........................OLB

Bob Stebbins............................. TE

1985 Mike Bruns................................. LB

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Ben Castle..................................DT

John DeBoer........................... WR

Kevin Egnatuk.......................... LB

Brian McPherson........................P

Steve Sklenar.........................OLB

Bob Stebbins............................. TE

1986 Mike Bruns................................. LB

Joe Sklenar..............................OLB

Chris Wise................................... LB

John Rathje............................... DB

Bob Stebbins............................. TE

1987 Pat Chatterton..........................DL

Bob Stebbins............................. TE

Chris Wise................................... LB

1988 Jeff Bender................................ QB

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1989 Jeff Bender................................ QB

John Keenoy.............................OT

Ralph Newland.......................... C

Mark Hopkins........................... TE

Kevin Nicholl.............................PK

1990 Jeff Bender................................ QB

Joe Connolly............................. FB

Chris Thompson...................OLB

1991 Bob Kench.................................. SE

Jeff Bender................................ QB

Dennis Nicholl.............................P

1993 Craig Fischer.................................P

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1994 Andy Korytkowski................. WR

Matt Nastally............................OG

Tom Creguer............................ DB

Chris List......................................DT

Tony Mikulec................................P

1995 Carl Barth..................................MG

Eric Tunney...............................OG

Brad Blasy...................................PK

2007 Bryan Anderson..................... WR

Gary Glowacki..........................OT

Andrew Hartline......................OT

Daryl Montie............................. SS

Red Keith.................................... LB

Scott Rehberg...........................OT

Dan LeFevour........................... QB

Derek van der Merwe...........OG

Eric Tunney...............................OG

1996 Gary Glowacki..........................OT

Frank Zombo............................DE

Chris Parmele............................ FB

2008 Bryan Anderson..................... WR

Scott Rehberg...........................OT

Matt Berning............................. LB

Bryan Schorman...................... SE

Brian Brunner........................... QB

1997 Rollie Ferris...............................OG

Eric Fraser.................................. DB

Jason Meyer.............................. FB

Andrew Hartline......................OT

Daryl Montie............................. SS

Dan LeFevour........................... QB

Bryan Schorman...................... SE

Frank Zombo............................DE

1998 Joe Danna................................ WR

2009 Bryan Anderson .................... WR

Jason Meyer.............................. FB

Matt Berning ............................ LB

Eric Page.....................................OT

Eric Fraser ................................. DB

C.J. Remmo................................OT

Dan LeFevour ......................... QB

Bryan Schorman...................... SE

Sean Murnane .........................DL

2001 Brian Brandt.................................P

Allen Ollenburger ..................OL

Matt Brayton ............................OT

Frank Zombo ...........................DE

Paul Brieger..............................OG

Kyle Croskey.............................OG

Sean Murnane..........................DL

Tedaro France...........................CB

Mike Petrucci ........................... LB

Anders Hill.................................... C

Cody Wilson............................. WR

Adam Kieft.................................OT

Derek McLaughlin.................OG

Mike Petrucci ........................... LB

Rob Turner............................... WR

Ryan Radcliff............................ QB

Matt Wohlgemuth..................DE

Cody Wilson ........................... WR

2010 Matt Berning............................. LB

2011 Brian Bennyhoff........................LS

2002 Kyle Croskey.............................OG

2012 Richie Hogan................................P

Derek McLaughlin.................OG

Ryan Radcliff............................ QB

Rob Turner............................... WR

AJ. Westendorp........................ TE

Matt Wohlgemuth..................DE

Cody Wilson............................. WR

2003 Brian Brandt.................................P

Derek McLaughlin ................OG

Matt Wohlgemuth..................DT

2004 Dan Bazuin.................................DE

David Kurzen............................. TE

2005 Dan Bazuin.................................DE

Red Keith.................................... LB

Tony Mikulec................................P

Eric Tunney...............................OG

(Through 1998, Academic All-MAC was voted on by the faculty reps. There were no teams chosen in 199900. The team was reinstated in 2001 with the criteria of a 3.25 GPA and participation in at least 50 percent of the games. The faculty reps resumed voting on the teams in 2002.)

2006 Dan Bazuin.................................DE

Brian Brunner........................... QB

Red Keith.................................... LB

Doug Kress................................. LB

Dan LeFevour........................... QB

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Year Player.............................................Position 1986 Rick Poljan..........................................................OG 1987 Eric Reed..............................................................WR 1988 George Ricumstrict........................................... LB 1989 Donnie Riley........................................................ TB 1990 Jeff Bender.......................................................... QB 1991 Billy Smith............................................................ TB 1992 Joe Youngblood................................................ QB 1993 Joe Youngblood................................................ QB 1994 Brian Pruitt........................................................... TB 1995 Cory Gildersleeve.............................................. LB 1996 Chad Darnell...................................................... QB 1997 Rollie Ferris.........................................................OG 1998 Eric Flowers......................................................... TB 1999 Joe Adam.............................................................DT 2000 Brian Leigeb........................................................DB 2001 Terrence Jackson...............................................HB 2002 Robbie Mixon.....................................................HB 2003 James King..........................................................DB 2004 Jerry Seymour.................................................... TB 2005 Kent Smith (Offense)....................................... QB Daniel Bazuin (Defense)..................................DE Ronnie Jackson (Special teams)..............................CB 2006 Dan LeFevour (Offense)................................. QB Dan Bazuin (Defense)......................................DE 2007 Dan LeFevour (Offense)................................. QB Red Keith (Defense).......................................... LB 2008 Antonio Brown (Offense)...............................WR Nick Bellore (Defense)..................................... LB Antonio Brown (Special Teams)............ KR/PR 2009 Dan LeFevour (MVP) ....................................... QB Dan LeFevour (Offense) ................................ QB Nick Bellore (Defense) .................................... LB Antonio Brown (Special Teams) ........... KR/PR 2010 Cody Wilson.......................................................WR 2011 Ryan Radcliff...................................................... QB 2012 Zurlon Tipton...................................................... RB

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Year Player.............................................Position 1952 Loren Dietrich....................................................... G 1953 Chuck Miller........................................................HB 1954 Dick Kackmeister..................................................C 1955 Bernie Raterink...................................................HB 1956 Oliver Porter...........................................................T 1957 Gordon Rinquist.................................................. G 1958 Walt Beach...........................................................HB 1959 Walt Beach...........................................................HB 1960 Bob Fisher............................................................HB 1961 Jim Hasse............................................................... G 1962 Ralph Sofferdine...............................................OG Larry Moore.........................................................HB 1963 Chuck Koons.......................................................HB 1964 Bruce Wyman......................................................HB 1965 Pat Boyd............................................................... QB 1966 Paul Verska..........................................................OG 1967 Wally Hempton.................................................. FB 1968 Craig Tefft............................................................. TB 1969 Dave Farris............................................................TE 1970 Jesse Lakes.......................................................... TB 1971 Jesse Lakes.......................................................... TB 1972 Chuck Markey..................................................... TB 1973 Jim Sandy.............................................................UB 1974 Mike Franckowiak............................................ QB 1975 Wes Gamble...........................................................C 1976 John Kloc.............................................................OG John Wunderlich...............................................DT 1977 Mose Rison.......................................................... TB 1978 Bryan Gross......................................................... LB 1979 Gary Hogeboom .............................................. QB 1980 Chuck Stiver........................................................DT 1981 Reggie Mitchell.................................................. TB 1982 Ray Bentley.......................................................... LB 1983 Chris McKay........................................................OG 1984 Curtis Adams...................................................... TB Pat Brackett.........................................................DT 1985 Carl Kloosterman...............................................CB Steve Sklenar...................................................... LB

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Villages Gridiron Classic 2005..................................James King Magnolia Gridiron All-Star Classic 2006................................ Jeff Jenerou Las Vegas All-American Classic 2006.................................. Kent Smith Inta Juice North-South Classic 2007..........................Drew Mormino Texas vs. the Nation 2009....................... Andrew Hartline Eastham Energy College All-Star Game 2011 .................................Colin Miller Ohio vs. Michigan Senior Bowl 2013.............................. Ryan Radcliff .....................................David Harman ........................................Mike Repovz

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Blue-Gray Game 1957................................ Jim Podoley 1987............................... Phil Zielinski 1992..................................Lamar Sally 1998...................................Jon McCall King Classic 1989.............................. Kevin Nicholl Coaches’ All-American Game 1975.................... Mike Franckowiak College All-Star Game 1960.................................. Walt Beach Hula Bowl 1995..................................Brian Pruitt 1996............................Scott Rehberg 1998.....................................Mike Cipa 2005.................................. Adam Keift 2005...............................Eric Ghiaciuc

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Senior Bowl 1956................................ Jim Podoley 1981.....................................Mike Hirn 1984...............................Jim Bowman 1998 ..................................Jon McCall 2007.................................... Joe Staley 2010 ............................Dan LeFevour 2013.................................... Eric Fisher East-West Shrine Game 1974.................... Mike Franckowiak 1986............................ Brian Williams 1995..................................Brian Pruitt 1996............................Scott Rehberg 2007..................................Dan Bazuin 2011 ................................Nick Bellore 2013............................ Jahleel Addae All-American Bowl 1976............................ John Neuman


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INDIVIDUAL Honors IIAC HONOREES CMU competed in the Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference from 1950-69. Fellow members of the IIAC were Eastern Illinois, Western Illinois, Southern Illinois, Northern Illinois, Illinois State and Eastern Michigan. Below is a list of CMU’s All-IIAC first team selections.

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Year Player............. Position 1950 Andy MacDonald....... QB John Partenio..................E Jim Schultz.......................T 1951 Dave Clark.....................HB Loren Dietrich................ G Dick Flewelling............HB Andy MacDonald....... QB Jim Schultz.......................T Tom Weede..................... G 1952 Bill Banaszak....................C Ken Barron.......................T Dave Clark.....................HB Loren Dietrich................ G Bill Doser........................HB Vern Hawes................... FB Marty Klozik.................... G Chuck Miller.................HB 1953 *Chuck Miller...............HB Ken Barron.......................T Jack Clary......................... G Dick Kackmeister...........C 1954 Ray Figg........................... G Dick Kackmeister...........C Jim Podoley..................HB LaVerne Wolf................HB 1955 *Bernie Raterink..........HB Ray Figg........................... G Dick Kackmeister...........C Jarv Walz...........................E 1956 Tim Burdon......................E Herb Kipke................... QB Bob McNamara............ FB Jim Podoley..................HB Oliver Porter....................T 1957 Walt Beach....................HB Gordon Rinquist............ G Theo Winieckie............ FB 1958 *Walt Beach..................HB Don Beemer.................DE Al Bernardi....................DB Gene Knoblach............DT Jerry Sieracki.................. G 1960 Frank Gawkowski........DB Jerry O’Neil...................DB

Year Player............. Position 1961 Jim Hasse......................... G Bill Johnson..................DE 1962 George Alward............DT Dick Moffit................... QB Larry Moore..................HB Ralph Soffredine........DG Uwe Wiese.....................DT 1963 Ken Bickel.....................OG Frank Goldberg........... LB Tom Lang.......................OT Larry Moore..................HB 1964 Ken Bickel.....................OG Jamie Gent....................HB Frank Goldberg........... LB Bruce Wyman...............HB 1965 Jim Acitelli.....................HB Wally Hempton...........HB Don Krueger.................HB Norb Miller.......................T John Plec..........................T Lyle Spalding........OG-DE Tom Stoops......................C Paul Verska...................DG 1966 Chuck Barker...............DG Bob Foldesi...................HB Greg Hoefler....................E Don Krueger.................HB Mark Maksimovicz.....DE Bob Miles...................... QB Mike Pintek......................T Bob Rosso......................HB Bill Sinkule.....................DT Paul Verska...................... G 1967 Chuck Barker................HB Bruce Cameron............HB Bucky Colton................DE Wally Hempton...........HB Greg Hoefler....................E Mark Maksimovicz.....DE Al McNeal........................ G Ralph Sarnowski............T Raleigh Smith.................T Craig Tefft......................HB

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Year Player............. Position 1968 Bucky Colton................DE Fred Ferguson.............OG Steve Lockman............ LB Bob Markey...................DB Mike Post..........................T Ralph Sarnowski.........OT Craig Tefft......................HB 1969 Ralph Burde..................DT Dave Farris.......................E Fred Ferguson................ G Tom Hahnenberg....... LB Jesse Lakes....................HB Bump Lardie................. LB Bob Markey...................DB Mike Post..........................T Jim Prisk............................T *IIAC MVP

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Football Players in the CMU Hall of Fame Name............. Year Inducted Charles Markey................... 2003 John DeBoer........................ 2004 1974 National Title Team.... 2004 Brian Pruitt........................... 2005 Bernie Raterink................... 2006 Brock Gutierrez................... 2007 Billy Smith............................ 2008 Reggie Allen........................ 2011 John Wunderlich................ 2013

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Dan LeFevour ..............2009 Matt Berning................2010 Mike Petrucci ...............2011 Cody Wilson..................2012

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Name............................ Year Chris Wise............................1987 George Ricumstrict..........1988 Dave Delekta......................1989 Joe Connolly.......................1990 Billy Smith...........................1991 Gary Rakan..........................1992 Tim Wojcik...........................1993 Brandon Bruce...................1994 Brock Gutierrez..................1995 John Blackstock.................1996 Bubba Hester.....................1996 Gary Glowacki....................1997 C.J. Remmo.........................1998 Joe Danna...........................1998 Eric Flowers.........................1999 Pete Shepherd...................2000 Brian Leigeb.......................2001 Matt Brayton......................2001 Kyle Croskey.......................2002 Derek McLaughlin............2003 James King..........................2004 Justin Harper......................2005 Dan Bazuin..........................2006 Ike Brown.............................2007 Casey Droscha...................2008

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Kurt Dobronski, twice an All-MAC outside linebacker for the Chippewas from 1978-81, died in the crash of Northwest Airlines Flight 255 in Detroit in August 1987 at age 28. The Dobronski Award is given annually by senior players to the Central Michigan University senior who demonstrates great effort, intensity and appreciate for the CMU football program.

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Name............. Year Inducted Ron Finch.............................. 1984 Jim Podoley......................... 1984 Walter Beach....................... 1985 Lyle Bennett........................ 1985 Jack Cline.............................. 1985 Bill Kelly................................. 1985 Bourke Lodewyk................ 1985 Carlo Barberi........................ 1986 Mike Franckowiak.............. 1986 Harold Kaczynski............... 1986 Chet Stackhouse................ 1986 Lawrence Sweeney........... 1986 Howard Elzinga.................. 1987 Roy Kramer.......................... 1987 Ted Kjolhede....................... 1988 Jesse Lakes........................... 1988 Ken Loop.............................. 1988 Gary Hogeboom................ 1989 Dick Kackmeister............... 1989 Robert Jackson................... 1990 George Lauer...................... 1990 Wallace Parker.................... 1991 Andy MacDonald............... 1992 Charles Tambling............... 1992 Warren Schmakel............... 1993 Leo Wisneski........................ 1993 Ray Bentley.......................... 1994 Rick Newsome.................... 1994 Curtis Adams....................... 1995 Jim Bowman........................ 1998 Pat Boyd................................ 1999 George Hackett.................. 1999 Herb Deromedi.................. 2000 Jim Hasse.............................. 2000 Ralph Soffredine................ 2001 Jeff Bender........................... 2002

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Jim Podoley No. 62 • 1953-56

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Jim Podoley’s No. 62 is the only number retired in Central Michigan University football history. He is the only player to be named an All-American five times and still holds two CMU records. His 51 career touchdowns is still the high-water mark, as is his 29.0 punt return average in the 1956 season. Podoley’s 51 touchdowns broke a then 50-year-old record for most touchdowns scored by a Michigan athlete. He scored six of those 51 in his final game as a Chippewa. His 2,775 yards and 7.9 yards per carry helped the Chippewas to a .865 winning percentage (32-4-1) in his time at CMU. He left CMU as the school’s all-time leading rusher and ranked in the top 10 on CMU’s all-time rushing yardage list until 2008. The Mount Morris native played five years in the NFL, all with the Washington Redskins. He was drafted in the fourth round by the Pittsburgh Steelers and then immediately traded to the Redskins. Naturally, Podoley also excelled on the track. He averaged 21.4 points per meet over four years, was named team MVP all four seasons and held five different track records at one time. He excelled in the 100-yard dash, 220-yard dash, high hurdles, low hurdles and the broad jump. He graduated from Otisville High School and afterward spent a year and a half working for the Pontiac Motor Co. and helping his widowed mother operate their 80-acre farm. He continued to help out on the farm throughout his years at CMU. He came to CMU unheralded and practically an unknown. Podoley was inducted into the CMU Athletic Hall of Fame in 1984. He also is a member of the Flint Sports Hall of Fame.

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Longtime head coach and director of athletics Herb Deromedi was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2007. He was formally enshrined in the hall in July of 2008. Deromedi is the first representative of CMU to be elected to the College Football Hall of Fame and the second head coach to be recognized primarily for his work in the Mid-American Conference (Doyt Perry, Bowling Green). Deromedi (110-55-10 overall) is the winningest coach in both CMU and MAC history. His 90 MAC wins also are a conference record. He guided the Chippewas to three MAC titles during his 16-year tenure and was twice named MAC Coach of the Year. When he left CMU’s sideline, Deromedi ranked 15th nationally in winning percentage (.657) among active coaches. Deromedi joined Roy Kramer’s staff at CMU as an assistant in 1967. He was promoted to defensive coordinator in 1969, a position he held when the Chippewas won the NCAA Division II national championship in 1974. Deromedi succeeded Kramer as head coach in 1978, becoming the 16th head football coach in school history. He served as head coach from 1978-93, leading the Chippewas to MAC titles in 1979, 1980 and 1990. He was named MAC Coach of the Year in 1980 and 1990 and is the only coach to win a MAC title in three different decades. Two of the most significant wins in school history came with Deromedi on the sideline. He oversaw CMU’s 20-3 win at No. 18 Michigan State in 1991, then returned to East Lansing and led the Chippewas to a 24-20 win over the Spartans in 1992. A total of 71 Chippewas earned All-MAC first team honors under Deromedi, including future NFL players Curtis Adams, Ray Bentley, Jim Bowman, Brock Gutierrez, Gary Hogeboom, Robert Jackson and Scott Rehberg. Deromedi served on the NCAA Football Rules Committee (chair in 2003), the Michigan Chapter of the National Football Foundation, the NCAA Division I Strategic Planning Cabinet and the NCAA Football Issues Committee. He also is a member of the Royal Oak High School Hall of Fame, the Central Michigan University Athletic Hall of Fame and the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame. Deromedi’s 10 years as director of athletics at CMU were highlighted by an extensive upgrade of the campus’s athletic facilities. CMU won a total of 34 MAC championships during his tenure and claimed the MAC Institutional Academic Achievement Award eight times in a nine-year span.

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Year-by-Year Records

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Year G W L T Coach 1896 4 3 1 0 Pete McCormick 1897 3 2 1 0 Carl Pray 1898 3 1 2 0 Carl Pray 1899 5 3 2 0 Carl Pray 1900 1 1 0 0 Unknown 1901 (no team) 1902 4 4 0 0 Charles Tambling 1903 6 6 0 0 Charles Tambling 1904 1 0 1 0 Charles Tambling 1905 8 7 1 0 Charles Tambling 1906 (no team) 1907 6 2 4 0 Ralph Thacker 1908 7 4 3 0 Hugh Sutherland 1909 7 4 3 0 Harry Helmer 1910 8 6 1 1 Harry Helmer 1911 5 3 2 0 Harry Helmer 1912 3 1 1 1 Harry Helmer 1913-15 (no team) 1916 6 1 5 0 Blake Miller 1917 3 1 2 0 Fred Johnson 1918 1 1 0 0 Charles Tambling 1919 7 2 2 3 Garland Nevitt 1920 8 4 3 1 Joe Simmons 1921 10 7 2 1 Wallace Parker 1922 8 6 0 2 Wallace Parker 1923 8 5 1 2 Wallace Parker 1924 8 7 1 0 Lester Barnard 1925 8 4 1 3 Lester Barnard 1926 8 3 4 1 Wallace Parker 1927 8 7 1 0 Wallace Parker 1928 9 6 3 0 Wallace Parker 1929 7 2 3 2 A.J. Nowak 1930 8 5 3 0 A.J. Nowak 1931 7 4 3 0 George Van Bibber 1932 8 3 4 1 George Van Bibber 1933 8 5 2 1 George Van Bibber 1934 8 5 3 0 Alex Yunevich 1935 7 1 6 0 Alex Yunevich 1936 8 3 4 1 Alex Yunevich 1937 8 6 2 0 Ron Finch 1938 8 7 1 0 Ron Finch 1939 8 7 1 0 Ron Finch 1940 8 4 3 1 Ron Finch 1941 7 4 3 0 Ron Finch 1942 6 6 0 0 Ron Finch 1943 5 2 3 0 Ron Finch 1944 7 5 2 0 Ron Finch 1945 7 6 1 0 Ron Finch 1946 8 6 2 0 Ron Finch 1947 8 2 5 1 Lyle Bennett 1948 9 3 6 0 Lyle Bennett 1949 7 3 4 0 Lyle Bennett 1950 10 6 4 0 Warren Schmakel 1951 8 5 3 0 Bill Kelly 1952 9 7 2 0 Bill Kelly 1953 9 7 1 1 Bill Kelly 1954 10 8 2 0 Bill Kelly 1955 9 8 1 0 Bill Kelly 1956 9 9 0 0 Bill Kelly 1957 10 4 6 0 Bill Kelly

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Year G W L T Coach 1958 10 7 3 0 Bill Kelly 1959 10 7 3 0 Bill Kelly 1960 8 3 5 0 Bill Kelly 1961 10 2 8 0 Bill Kelly 1962 10 6 4 0 Bill Kelly 1963 10 4 5 1 Bill Kelly 1964 9 4 5 0 Bill Kelly 1965 10 5 5 0 Bill Kelly 1966 10 5 5 0 Bill Kelly 1967 10 8 2 0 Roy Kramer 1968 9 7 2 0 Roy Kramer 1969 10 7 3 0 Roy Kramer 1970 10 7 3 0 Roy Kramer 1971 10 5 5 0 Roy Kramer 1972 11 5 5 1 Roy Kramer 1973 11 7 4 0 Roy Kramer 1974 13 12 1 0 Roy Kramer 1975 11 8 2 1 Roy Kramer 1976 11 7 4 0 Roy Kramer 1977 11 10 1 0 Roy Kramer 1978 11 9 2 0 Herb Deromedi 1979 11 10 0 1 Herb Deromedi 1980 11 9 2 0 Herb Deromedi 1981 11 7 4 0 Herb Deromedi 1982 11 6 4 1 Herb Deromedi 1983 11 8 3 0 Herb Deromedi 1984 11 8 2 1 Herb Deromedi 1985 10 7 3 0 Herb Deromedi 1986 10 5 5 0 Herb Deromedi 1987 11 5 5 1 Herb Deromedi 1988 11 7 4 0 Herb Deromedi 1989 11 5 5 1 Herb Deromedi 1990 12 8 3 1 Herb Deromedi 1991 11 6 1 4 Herb Deromedi 1992 11 5 6 0 Herb Deromedi 1993 11 5 6 0 Herb Deromedi 1994 12 9 3 0 Dick Flynn 1995 11 4 7 0 Dick Flynn 1996 11 5 6 0 Dick Flynn 1997 11 2 9 0 Dick Flynn 1998 11 6 5 0 Dick Flynn 1999 11 4 7 0 Dick Flynn 2000 11 2 9 0 Mike DeBord 2001 11 3 8 0 Mike DeBord 2002 12 4 8 0 Mike DeBord 2003 12 3 9 0 Mike DeBord 2004 11 4 7 0 Brian Kelly 2005 11 6 5 0 Brian Kelly 2006 14 10 4 0 Brian Kelly/Jeff Quinn 2007 14 8 6 0 Butch Jones 2008 13 8 5 0 Butch Jones 2009 14 12 2 0 Butch Jones/Steve Stripling 2010 12 3 9 0 Dan Enos 2011 12 3 9 0 Dan Enos 2012 13 7 6 0 Dan Enos Totals 1 ,000 583 381 36 (.601 win %)

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2013 Opponents in Bold Record includes two games when Bowling Green was known as Ohio State Normal; CMU was 1-1 vs. Ohio State Normal. 1

Record includes one game when Bradley was known as Bradley Tech; CMU was 0-1 vs. Bradley Tech. 2

Record includes 41 games when Eastern Michigan was known as Michigan State Normal; CMU was 23-14-4 vs. Michigan State Normal. 3

Record includes 29 games when Ferris State was known as Ferris Institute; CMU was 24-5 vs. Ferris Institute. 4

Record includes 14 games when Illinois State was known as Illinois Normal; CMU was 11-3 vs. Illinois Normal. 5

Record includes one game when Indiana State was known as Indiana State Teachers; CMU was 1-0 vs. Indiana State Teachers. 6

Record includes two games when Northern Iowa was known as Iowa State Teachers; CMU was 2-0 vs. Iowa State Teachers. 7

Record includes 14 games when Northern Michigan was known as Northern State Teachers; CMU was 13-0-1 vs. Northern State Teachers. 8

Pittsburg State was known as Kansas State Teachers in 1955. 9

Record includes 25 games when Wayne State was known as Detroit JC, Detroit City, and Wayne; CMU was 1-1-2 vs. Detroit JC, 8-2 vs. Detroit City, and 5-4-2 vs. Wayne. 10

Wisconsin-Whitewater was known as Whitewater State for each of the schools’ three contests. 11

Record includes two games when WisconsinMilwaukee was known as Wisconsin State Teachers; CMU was 1-1 vs. Wisconsin State Teachers. 12

Record includes eight games when Youngstown State was known as Youngstown; CMU was 1-6-1 vs. Youngstown. 13

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Temple 2 1 Toledo 18 20 Traverse City H.S. 1 0 Troy 1 0 Tulsa 1 1 UNLV 1 2 Valparaiso 3 0 Virginia 0 1 Virginia Tech 0 1 Wayne State10 18 7 Weber State 1 0 West Branch H.S. 5 0 Western Kentucky 1 0 Western Illinois 12 15 Western Michigan 37 45 Wis.-Whitewater11 1 2 Wis.-Milwaukee12 6 1 Wyoming 1 1 Youngstown State13 5 7

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Indiana 1 3 0 2002 Indiana State6 9 0 0 1944 Iowa 1 2 0 1994 Ithaca H.S. 2 0 0 1897 Kalamazoo 4 0 0 1905 Kansas 0 1 0 2007 Kent State 22 10 0 1948 Kentucky 0 6 0 1983 Lawrence Tech 1 0 0 1938 Louisiana Tech 1 2 0 1974 Louisville 0 2 0 1957 Marion H.S. 1 0 0 1902 Marshall 2 4 0 1975 Massachusetts 1 0 0 2012 McBain H.S. 1 0 0 1902 Miami 11 12 1 1978 Michigan 0 3 0 1931 Michigan “B” 3 0 2 1929 Mich. Military Acad. 1 0 0 1922 Michigan State 3 6 0 1991 Michigan State Frosh 0 6 1 1909 Michigan Tech 2 0 0 1932 Middle Tennessee St. 1 0 0 2006 Midland Athletic Club 1 0 0 1905 Minnesota 0 1 0 1987 Montana State 1 0 0 1988 Morehead State 1 0 0 1967 Mount Pleasant H.S. 2 2 0 1898 Mt. Pleasant Indians 3 0 0 1898 Navy 0 3 0 2003 New Hampshire 1 0 0 2003 North Carolina State 0 1 0 2011 North Dakota State 0 1 0 2007 Northern Illinois 25 22 1 1939 Northern Iowa7 4 0 0 1953 Northern Michigan8 26 12 1 1922 Northwestern 0 1 0 2010 Northwestern State (La.) 2 0 0 1979 Ohio 21 5 2 1972 Ohio Wesleyan 0 1 0 1946 Olivet 4 0 0 1920 Pacific 1 1 0 1981 Penn State 0 1 0 2005 Pittsburg State (Kan.) 9 1 0 0 1955 Purdue 0 5 0 1999 Purdue “B” 0 1 0 1932 Saginaw All-Stars 0 1 0 1899 Saginaw H.S. 1 0 0 1896 Sag. Arthur Hill H.S. 1 0 0 1909 Saginaw East H.S. 0 1 1 1916 Sam Houston State 1 0 0 2002 San Jose State 1 1 0 1979 St. Ambrose (La.) 1 0 0 1952 St. Ignatius H.S. 0 0 1 1922 St. Johns H.S. 1 0 0 1899 St. Mary’s (Mich.) 4 0 0 1933 South Carolina State 1 0 0 2011 Southeast Missouri State 2 0 0 2004 Southern Illinois 7 7 0 1951 Southwestern Louisiana 1 1 0 1989 Syracuse 0 1 0 1999

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T Began 0 1921 1 1969 1 1923 0 1977 1 1897 0 1896 0 1921 0 2009 0 1981 0 2005 0 1924 0 1936 1 1939 1 1926 0 1896 0 1916 0 1923 0 1938 0 1974 0 1959 0 2002 0 1924 0 1940 0 1999 0 1899 0 1925 0 2003 0 1967 0 1990 0 1903 0 2007 0 1973 0 1932 0 1974 0 1950 0 1940 0 1933 0 1930 1 1925 0 1928 0 1959 0 1982 0 1951 0 1939 6 1902 0 1903 0 1899 0 1907 0 1997 0 2008 0 2008 2 1919 0 1941 0 1946 0 2010 1 1903 0 1970 0 1920 0 1986 0 1950

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Opponents W L Adrian 2 1 Akron 15 9 Albion 1 3 Alcorn State 2 1 Alma College 18 12 Alma H.S. 1 1 American Legion 1 0 Arizona 0 1 Arkansas State 0 1 Army 2 0 Assumption (Ont.) 3 0 Baldwin-Wallace 0 1 Ball State 22 22 Battle Creek College 0 0 Bay City H.S. 2 0 Bay City Western H.S. 2 1 Bay City JC 1 0 Bluffton 1 0 Boise State 3 2 Bolling AFB 0 1 Boston College 0 3 Bowling Green 1 18 22 Bradley 2 3 3 Buffalo 5 1 Cadillac H.S. 2 0 Carrollton Ath. Club 1 0 Central Florida 0 1 Central State (Ohio) 2 0 Cincinnati 1 0 Clare H.S. 1 0 Clemson 0 1 Dayton 2 0 Defiance 1 0 Delaware 1 0 DePauw 1 0 DeSales (Ohio) 2 0 Detroit 1 5 Detroit “B” 1 0 Detroit Frosh 0 0 Detroit Tech 2 1 Drake 1 0 East Carolina 1 2 Eastern Illinois 22 2 Eastern Kentucky 7 1 Eastern Michigan 3 56 28 Elsie Giants 4 0 Ferris State4 28 5 Flint MSD 3 1 Florida 0 1 Florida Atlantic 0 1 Georgia 0 1 Grand Rapids JC 2 0 G. Rapids Union H.S. 2 1 Great Lakes Naval Acad. 1 2 Hampton 1 0 Hillsdale 8 9 Hofstra 2 0 Hope 2 0 Idaho 2 0 Illinois State 5 26 4

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All-Time vs. MAC Opponents CMU 15, Akron 9, 1 tie

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1969 Akron................ 9-6 1970 Akron............ 35-19 1971 CMU .............. 10-7 1972 Akron............ 14-10 1977 CMU ............ 17-14 1988 CMU ............ 27-16 1989 Akron............ 27-26 1990 Tie ............... 14-14 1991 CMU ............ 31-29 1992 Akron............ 31-28 1993 Akron............ 23-13 1994 CMU .............. 47-0 1995 Akron............ 16-13 1996 CMU .............. 42-0 1997 Akron............ 53-14 1998 CMU ............ 28-27 2000 CMU .............. 17-7 2002 CMU ............ 24-17 2003 Akron............ 40-28 2005 CMU............. 31-17 2006 CMU............. 24-21 2007 CMU............. 35-32 2009 CMU............. 48-21 2011 CMU............. 23-22 2012 CMU............. 35-14

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1939 CMU................. 7-0 1940 CMU................. 7-0 1941 CMU................. 7-6 1942 CMU............. 19-13 1971 BSU.................. 9-6 1972 BSU.............. 30-12 1973 CMU............... 14-7 1974 CMU............... 24-1 1975 BSU.............. 16-13 1977 BSU.............. 28-12 1978 BSU................ 27-0 1979 CMU............. 31-30 1980 CMU............. 21-17 1981 CMU............. 24-13 1982 CMU............... 28-7 1983 CMU............. 28-13 1984 CMU............... 51-7 1985 CMU .............. 23-9 1986 CMU ............ 43-22 1987 BSU ............... 13-3 1988 BSU ............. 27-20 1989 Tie ............... 13-13 1990 BSU ............... 13-3 1991 CMU .............. 10-3 1992 BSU ............. 24-23 1993 BSU ............. 20-17 1994 BSU ............. 31-28 1995 BSU ............. 24-16 1996 BSU ............. 24-17 1997 BSU ....... 37-34 (ot) 1998 CMU ............ 31-21 1999 CMU ............ 27-21 2000 BSU.............. 38-34 2001 BSU.............. 38-34 2002 BSU.............. 38-21 2003 BSU.............. 27-14 2004 CMU............. 41-40 2005 CMU....... 31-24 (ot) 2006 CMU............... 18-7 2007 CMU............. 58-38 2008 BSU.............. 31-24 2009 CMU............... 35-3 2010 BSU.............. 31-17

2011 BSU.............. 31-27 2012 BSU.............. 41-30

Bowling Green 22, CMU 18 1924 CMU .............. 21-0 1926 BG ................. 13-0 1931 BG ................... 6-0 1943 BG ................. 36-0 1944 BG ............... 20-19 1945 BG ................. 19-6 1946 CMU ................ 7-0 1947 BG ............... 20-19 1948 BG ............... 13-12 1949 BG ................. 20-0 1950 CMU .............. 12-0 1952 BG ................. 20-7 1976 CMU ............ 38-28 1977 CMU ............ 35-28 1978 CMU .............. 38-7 1979 CMU .............. 24-0 1980 CMU ............ 32-10 1981 CMU ................ 6-3 1982 BG ............... 34-30 1983 BG ............... 15-14 1984 CMU ............ 42-21 1985 BG ............... 23-18 1986 CMU ............ 20-10 1987 BG ............... 18-17 1988 CMU .............. 21-3 1989 BG ............... 24-20 1990 CMU .............. 17-0 1991 BG ............... 17-10 1992 BG ............... 17-14 1993 CMU ............ 17-15 1994 CMU ............ 36-33 1995 CMU ............ 22-16 1996 BG ............... 31-27 1999 BG ................. 31-7 2002 BG ............... 45-35 2003 BG ................. 23-3 2004 BG................ 38-14 2006 CMU............. 31-14 2009 CMU............. 24-10 2010 BG................ 17-14

CMU 5, Buffalo 1

1999 CMU ............ 38-19 2001 CMU .............. 16-8 2004 Buffalo............ 36-6 2006 CMU............. 55-28 2008 CMU............. 27-25 2009 CMU............. 20-13

CMU 56, EMU 28, 6 ties 1902 1905 1907 1908 1909 1910 1912 1917 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1926 1927 1928

CMU .............. 10-0 CMU .............. 13-0 EMU ................ 8-0 CMU .............. 11-0 EMU .............. 17-0 CMU .............. 13-0 Tie ................... 0-0 EMU .............. 63-0 Tie ................... 7-7 EMU ................ 7-6 EMU ................ 7-6 Tie ................... 0-0 CMU .............. 27-3 CMU .............. 13-0 EMU .............. 41-0 EMU ................ 6-0 EMU .............. 36-0

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1929 EMU .............. 24-0 1930 EMU .............. 13-0 1931 CMU ............ 20-12 1932 EMU .............. 28-0 1933 EMU .............. 25-7 1934 CMU ............ 13-12 1935 EMU ................ 7-0 1936 EMU .............. 13-7 1937 CMU ............ 27-10 1938 CMU ................ 7-6 1939 CMU .............. 14-0 1940 CMU .............. 24-0 1941 CMU .............. 12-6 1942 CMU .............. 14-0 1946 CMU ............ 26-13 1947 CMU .............. 33-0 1948 EMU ................ 6-0 1949 CMU .............. 18-7 1950 CMU .............. 26-7 1951 CMU ............ 19-13 1952 CMU .............. 26-7 1953 Tie ............... 33-33 1954 CMU .............. 28-7 1955 CMU ............ 27-20 1956 CMU .............. 19-0 1957 EMU .............. 39-6 1958 CMU ................ 7-6 1959 CMU .............. 21-8 1960 CMU .............. 28-0 1961 CMU ............ 13-11 1962 CMU .............. 24-0 1963 CMU ............ 55-20 1972 EMU .............. 28-3 1973 CMU ............ 31-21 1974 CMU ............ 28-13 1975 CMU .............. 20-7 1976 EMU ............ 30-27 1977 CMU ................ 9-3 1978 CMU .............. 41-9 1979 CMU ............ 37-14 1980 CMU ............ 51-15 1981 CMU ............ 63-14 1982 CMU .............. 13-8 1983 CMU .............. 24-3 1984 Tie ............... 16-16 1985 CMU ............ 17-10 1986 EMU ............ 34-16 1987 CMU .............. 16-6 1988 CMU .............. 20-6 1989 CMU .............. 24-9 1990 CMU ............ 16-12 1991 Tie ............... 14-14 1992 CMU ............ 30-13 1993 EMU ............ 28-21 1994 CMU ............ 30-29 1995 EMU ............ 34-24 1996 CMU ............ 41-36 1997 EMU ............ 31-24 1998 CMU ...... 36-23 (ot) 1999 CMU ............ 29-26 2000 EMU ............ 31-15 2001 CMU ............ 35-30 2002 CMU ............ 47-21 2003 CMU ............ 38-10 2004 EMU..... 61-58 (4ot) 2005 EMU....... 23-20 (ot) 2006 CMU....... 24-17 (ot) 2007 EMU............. 48-45 2008 EMU............. 56-52 2009 CMU............... 56-8 2010 CMU............. 52-14

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CMU 22, Kent State 10 1948 KSU ............... 28-0 1949 KSU ............. 26-12 1973 KSU ............... 28-7 1974 KSU ............. 21-14 1975 CMU .............. 17-8 1976 KSU ............. 20-10 1977 CMU ............ 49-10 1978 CMU .............. 41-0 1979 CMU .............. 44-2 1980 CMU .............. 21-6 1981 CMU .............. 24-3 1982 CMU ............ 31-20 1983 CMU .............. 13-7 1984 CMU ............ 14-10 1985 CMU ............ 21-17 1986 KSU ............. 33-30 1987 KSU ............. 24-21 1988 CMU .............. 31-7 1989 CMU .............. 38-0 1990 CMU .............. 42-0 1991 CMU .............. 23-7 1992 CMU .............. 35-0 1993 CMU ............ 33-28 1994 CMU .............. 45-0 1995 CMU ............ 27-16 1996 CMU ............ 52-51 1997 KSU ............. 60-37 1998 CMU .............. 46-7 2000 KSU ........ 24-21(ot) 2004 CMU............. 24-21 2007 CMU............. 41-32 2011 KSU.............. 24-21

CMU 1, UMass 0

2012 CMU ............ 42-21

Miami 12, CMU 11, 1 tie 1978 CMU ............ 37-18 1979 CMU ............ 19-18 1980 CMU ............ 15-14 1981 Miami .............. 7-3 1982 Miami ............ 23-0 1983 Miami............. 12-7 1984 CMU .............. 10-9 1985 Miami .......... 19-14 1986 Miami............. 59-6 1987 Miami............. 15-6 1988 CMU ............ 34-17 1989 CMU .............. 20-7 1990 CMU .............. 31-7 1991 Tie ............... 10-10 1992 Miami........... 16-13 1993 Miami........... 24-21 1994 CMU ............ 32-30 1995 Miami........... 17-13 1996 Miami........... 46-14 1999 Miami........... 24-16 2005 CMU............. 38-37 2007 CMU............. 35-10 2010 Miami........... 27-20 2012 CMU............. 30-16

CMU 25, N. Illinois 22, 1 tie 1936 1940 1946 1947

CMU ................ 7-6 NIU .................. 9-6 CMU .............. 58-7 Tie.................... 6-6

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2011 Toledo........... 44-17 2012 Toledo........... 50-35

Toledo 20, CMU 18, 3 ties

1905 1907 1908 1909 1910 1925 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964

1928 CMU .............. 13-0 1929 CMU ............ 31-12 1973 Toledo........... 23-21 1975 CMU ............ 34-27 1976 CMU ................ 9-7 1977 CMU .............. 44-0 1978 CMU .............. 27-3 1979 Tie ................... 7-7 1980 CMU ............ 14-10 1981 Toledo............. 17-3 1982 CMU ............ 16-12 1983 CMU .............. 34-6 1984 Toledo ............ 14-7 1985 Toledo ............ 10-7 1986 Toledo .......... 26-14 1987 Tie ............... 17-17 1988 Toledo .......... 20-13 1989 Toledo............. 29-6 1990 CMU ............ 13-12 1991 Tie ............... 16-16 1992 CMU .............. 28-9 1993 CMU .............. 38-7 1994 CMU ............ 45-27 1995 Toledo............. 19-7 1996 Toledo .......... 23-20 1997 Toledo........... 41-10 1998 Toledo........... 17-14 1999 Toledo........... 32-13 2000 Toledo ............ 41-0 2001 Toledo........... 52-28 2002 Toledo .......... 44-17 2003 Toledo........... 31-13 2004 Toledo........... 27-22 2005 CMU............. 21-17 2006 CMU............. 42-20 2007 CMU............. 52-31 2008 CMU............. 24-23 2009 CMU............. 56-28 2010 Toledo........... 42-31

WMU 45, CMU 37, 2 ties CMU ................ 6-0 WMU ............. 27-0 WMU ............. 11-5 WMU ............. 11-0 WMU ............. 16-6 Tie ................... 0-0 CMU ............ 18-12 WMU ............. 19-0 WMU ............. 25-6 WMU ............. 54-6 WMU ............... 7-6 WMU ............... 7-0 WMU ............. 19-0 WMU ............. 13-0 WMU ............. 13-0 WMU ............. 33-0 WMU ............... 7-0 WMU ............. 35-0 WMU ............. 19-0 WMU ........... 35-14 CMU ................ 6-0 WMU ........... 27-21 WMU ........... 20-12 WMU ............... 7-0 WMU ............. 35-8 WMU ........... 21-13 WMU ........... 46-25 WMU ............. 18-0 CMU .............. 21-0 CMU ............ 25-19 CMU ............ 27-12 CMU .............. 14-7 WMU ............. 33-0 CMU ............ 33-32 CMU ............ 21-15 WMU ............. 31-0 WMU ........... 27-21 WMU ............. 28-0 CMU ............ 30-14 CMU .............. 18-6

1965 WMU ........... 21-13 1966 WMU ........... 31-14 1969 WMU ............. 24-0 1970 WMU ............. 41-0 1973 WMU ........... 18-13 1974 CMU .............. 42-6 1975 CMU .............. 34-0 1976 WMU ........... 42-14 1977 CMU ............ 28-23 1978 CMU ............ 35-14 1979 CMU .............. 10-0 1980 CMU ............ 22-10 1981 CMU ............ 15-13 1982 Tie ............... 18-18 1983 CMU ............ 32-14 1984 CMU ............ 38-19 1985 CMU ............ 24-17 1986 CMU ............ 18-10 1987 CMU ............ 30-27 1988 WMU ........... 42-24 1989 CMU .............. 34-6 1990 CMU ............ 20-13 1991 CMU ............ 27-17 1992 WMU ........... 19-14 1993 CMU ............ 23-18 1994 CMU ............ 35-28 1995 WMU ........... 48-31 1996 CMU ............ 38-28 1997 WMU ........... 38-24 1998 CMU ............ 26-24 1999 WMU ........... 38-16 2000 CMU ............ 21-17 2001 WMU ........... 20-17 2002 WMU ........... 35-10 2003 WMU ........... 44-21 2004 CMU........ 24-21(ot) 2005 WMU............ 31-24 2006 CMU............... 31-7 2007 CMU............. 34-31 2008 CMU............. 38-28 2009 CMU............. 34-23 2010 CMU............. 26-22 2011 WMU............ 44-14 2012 WMU............ 42-31

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2008 CMU............. 31-28 2009 CMU............. 20-10 2011 Ohio............. 43-28

Coaching Staff

1950 CMU............. 27-14 1951 NIU .............. 26-13 1952 CMU .............. 56-7 1953 CMU .............. 46-0 1954 CMU .............. 46-7 1955 CMU .............. 61-0 1956 CMU .............. 41-0 1957 CMU ............ 52-12 1958 CMU ............ 33-23 1959 CMU .............. 29-7 1960 NIU............... 36-15 1961 NIU................. 11-0 1962 CMU ............ 35-27 1963 NIU............... 27-22 1964 NIU............... 19-14 1965 NIU............... 19-14 1966 NIU............... 20-13 1975 CMU .............. 69-7 1976 CMU .............. 31-9 1977 CMU ............ 25-21 1978 CMU .............. 34-7 1979 CMU............. 31-11 1980 NIU................. 21-0 1981 CMU ............ 17-10 1982 NIU .............. 19-13 1983 CMU ............ 30-14 1984 NIU .................. 8-7 1985 CMU ............ 30-21 1997 CMU ............ 44-10 1998 NIU ................ 16-6 1999 NIU .............. 31-27 2000 NIU ................ 40-6 2001 NIU .............. 33-24 2002 NIU ................ 49-0 2003 NIU .............. 40-24 2004 NIU............... 42-10 2005 NIU............... 31-28 2006 NIU............... 31-10 2007 CMU............. 35-10 2008 CMU...... 33-30 (OT) 2009 CMU............. 45-31 2010 NIU................. 33-7 2011 CMU............. 48-41 2012 NIU............... 55-24

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CMU 21, Ohio 5, 2 ties

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W L T 269 142 11 259 161 13 178 123 10 115 90 2 243 196 7 162 133 3 221 226 9 217 246 11 64 105 0 153 286 4 94 196 6 27 85 0 1 7 0

Pct. Titles .650 16 .613 10 .588 7 .560 3 .553 10 .549 5 .495 2 .469 5 .379 1 .350 1 .328 1 .241 1 .125 0

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History

Years Miami 65 Bowling Green 60 Central Michigan 38 Northern Illinois 27 Toledo 61 Ball State 38 Western Michigan 65 Ohio 66 Akron 21 Kent State 61 Eastern Michigan 38 Buffalo 14 UMass 1

2012 Recap

1972 OU ............... 26-21 1975 Tie ................... 6-6 1976 CMU ............ 17-15 1977 CMU ............ 31-14 1978 CMU .............. 17-3 1979 CMU .............. 26-0 1980 OU ................. 24-9 1981 CMU ............ 38-21 1982 CMU ............ 42-18 1983 CMU .............. 14-9 1984 CMU .............. 35-3 1985 CMU .............. 13-7 1986 CMU ............ 56-27 1987 CMU ............ 31-17 1988 CMU ............ 42-10 1989 CMU ............ 24-15 1990 CMU .............. 52-7 1991 Tie ............... 17-17 1992 CMU .............. 24-0 1993 CMU .............. 38-0 1994 CMU ............ 22-10 2000 OU ................. 52-3 2001 OU ................. 34-3 2005 CMU............. 37-10 2006 CMU............. 31-10


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Nov. 22, 1924 Nov. 21, 1925 Oct. 23, 1926 Oct. 22, 1927 Oct. 27, 1928 Nov. 9, 1929 Oct. 25, 1930 Nov. 7, 1931 Oct. 22, 1932 Oct. 28, 1933 Oct. 20, 1934 Oct. 12, 1935 Oct. 24, 1936 Oct. 9, 1937 Oct. 15, 1938 Nov. 11, 1939 Nov. 9, 1940 Nov. 8, 1941 Oct. 24, 1942 1943-1945 Oct. 26, 1946 Nov. 1, 1947 Oct. 31, 1948 Oct. 29, 1949 Oct. 14, 1950 Oct. 13, 1951 Oct. 25, 1952 Oct. 24, 1953 Oct. 16, 1954 Oct. 15, 1955 Oct. 20, 1956 Oct. 19, 1957 Oct. 25, 1958 Oct. 24, 1959 Oct. 15, 1960 Oct. 28, 1961 Oct. 20, 1962 Nov. 9, 1963 Oct. 17, 1964 1965 1966 Oct. 14, 1967 Oct. 26, 1968 Oct. 25, 1969

Alma W 13-0 Albion T 0-0 Eastern Michigan L 0-41 Western Michigan W 18-12 Eastern Michigan L 0-36 Western Michigan L 6-25 Eastern Michigan W 13-0 Alma W 13-0 Eastern Michigan L 0-28 Detroit City W 26-13 Eastern Michigan W 13-12 Wayne State L 6-13 Eastern Michigan L 7-13 Northern Michigan W 32-0 Bluffton W 45-0 Wayne State W 33-6 Eastern Kentucky L 0-25 Grand Rapids L 6-7 Ball State W 19-13 No designated homecoming game Northern Illinois W 58-7 Eastern Michigan W 33-0 Wayne State L 12-27 Hillsdale L 0-8 Bowling Green W 12-0 Eastern Illinois W 59-27 Eastern Michigan W 26-7 Western Illinois W 13-6 Southern Illinois W 33-0 Western Illinois W 20-0 Illinois Normal W 20-0 Northern Illinois W 52-12 Louisville L 7-40 Northern Illinois W 29-7 Eastern Michigan W 28-0 Northern Illinois L 0-11 Eastern Michigan W 24-0 Northern Illinois L 22-27 Western Illinois L 7-41 Hillsdale L 0-13 Illinois State W 20-6 Hillsdale W 30-6 Illinois State W 19-16 Eastern Illinois W 44-0

Oct. 17, 1970 Oct. 23, 1971 Nov. 4, 1972 Oct. 6, 1973 Oct. 19, 1974 Oct. 11, 1975 Oct. 16, 1976 Oct. 29, 1977 Oct. 21, 1978 Oct. 13, 1979 Oct. 25, 1980 Oct. 24, 1981 Oct. 30, 1982 Oct. 22, 1983 Oct. 27, 1984 Oct. 26, 1985 Nov. 8, 1986 Oct. 17, 1987 Oct. 15, 1988 Oct. 21, 1989 Oct. 20, 1990 Oct. 26, 1991 Oct. 17, 1992 Oct. 16, 1993 Oct. 22, 1994 Oct. 28, 1995 Oct. 12, 1996 Oct. 11, 1997 Sept. 26, 1998 Oct. 16, 1999 Oct. 7, 2000 Oct. 13, 2001 Oct. 12, 2002 Oct. 11, 2003 Oct. 9, 2004 Oct. 15, 2005 Oct. 14, 2006 Sept. 29, 2007 Oct. 11, 2008 Oct. 10, 2009 Oct. 16, 2010 Oct. 15, 2011 Oct. 20, 2012

Western Illinois W Eastern Illinois W Illinois State W Illinois State W Western Illinois W Eastern Michigan W Indiana State W Bowling Green W Northern Illinois W Northern Illinois W Northwestern State (La.) W Kent State W Ohio W Miami L Bowling Green W Eastern Michigan W Toledo L Tulsa W Bowling Green W Youngstown State L Toledo W Ball State W Kent State W Eastern Michigan L Miami W Miami L Akron W Toledo L Kent State W Northern Illinois L Kent State L(OT) Ohio L Bowling Green L Northern Illinois L Bowling Green L Ohio W Ball State W Northern Illinois W Temple W Eastern Michigan W Miami L Eastern Michigan L Ball State L

20-10 47-14 28-21 6-3 58-7 20-7 16-13 35-28 34-7 31-11 17-0 24-3 42-18 7-12 42-21 17-10 14-26 41-18 21-3 3-30 13-12 10-3 35-0 21-28 32-30 13-17 42-0 10-41 46-7 27-31 21-24 3-35 35-45 24-40 14-38 37-10 18-7 35-10 24-14 56-8 27-20 35-28 41-30

Head Coaches’ Records

History

Coach (Period) Yrs Games Pete McCormick (1896) 1 4 Carl Pray (1897-99) 3 11 Unknown (1900) 1 1 Charles Tambling (1902-05, 1918) 5 20 Ralph Thacker (1907) 1 6 Hugh Sutherland (1908) 1 7 Harry Helmer (1909-12) 4 23 Blake Miller (1916) 1 6 Fred Johnson (1917) 1 3 Garland Nevitt (1919) 1 7 Joe Simmons (1920) 1 8 Wallace Parker (1921-23, 1926-28) 6 51 Lester Barnard (1924-25) 2 16 A.J. Nowak (1929-30) 2 15 George Van Bibber (1931-33) 3 23 Alex Yunevich (1934-36) 3 23

W L T Pct 3 1 0 .750 6 5 0 .545 1 0 0 1.000 18 2 0 .900 2 4 0 .333 4 3 0 .571 14 7 2 .652 1 5 0 .167 1 2 0 .333 2 2 3 .500 4 3 1 .563 34 11 6 .726 11 2 3 .781 7 6 2 .533 12 9 2 .565 9 13 1 .413

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Coach (Period) Yrs Games W L T Pct Ron Finch (1937-46) 10 72 53 18 1 .743 Lyle Bennett (1947-49) 3 24 8 15 1 .354 Warren Schmakel (1950) 1 10 6 4 0 .600 Bill Kelly (1951-66) 16 151 91 58 2 .609 Roy Kramer (1967-77) 11 117 83 32 2 .718 Herb Deromedi (1978-93) 16 175 110 55 10 .657 Dick Flynn (1994-99) 6 67 30 37 0 .448 Mike DeBord (2000-03) 4 46 12 34 0 .261 Brian Kelly (2004-06) 3 35 19 16 0 .543 Jeff Quinn* (2006) -- 1 1 0 0 1.000 Butch Jones (2007-09) 3 40 27 13 0 0.675 Steve Stripling* (2009) -- 1 1 0 0 1.000 Dan Enos (2010-) 3 37 13 24 0 0.332 Totals (1896-2011) 112 1,000 583 381 36 0.601 * Quinn was interim head coach for Motor City Bowl in 2006 * Stripling was interim head coach for the GMAC Bowl in 2009

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Eric Fisher, OT, First Overall, First Round, K.C. Dan LeFevour, QB, 6th round by Chicago Antonio Brown, WR, 6th round by Pittsburgh Eric Fraser, DB, 1st round by Calgary (CFL) Greg Wojt, OT, 2nd round by Edmonton (CFL) Joe Staley, OT, 1st round by San Francisco Daniel Bazuin, DE, 2nd round by Chicago Drew Mormino, C, 6th round by Miami Obed Cétoute, WR, 4th round by Toronto (CFL) Eric Ghiaciuc, C, 4th round by Cincinnati Adam Kieft, OT, 5th round by Cincinnati Scott Rehberg, OT, 7th round by New England J.J. Wierenga, DT, 11th round by Green Bay Donnie Riley, TB, 12th round by Phoenix Mark Hopkins, TE, by Birmingham (WLAF) Brian Williams, OT, 7th round by Philadelphia Jim Bowman, DB, 2nd round by New England Curtis Adams, TB, 8th round by San Diego Ray Bentley, LB, by Michigan (USFL) Novo Bojovic, PK, by Michigan (USFL) Mike Hirn, TE, Birmingham (USFL) Tony Vitale, OG, Washington (USFL) Mike Hirn, TE, 9th round by Pittsburgh Robert Jackson, DB, 11th round by Cincinnati Gary Hogeboom, QB, 5th round by Dallas Jim Jones, DB, 13th round by New England

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2013 Chippewas

• Selected by the Kansas City Chiefs • Highest NFL draft pick in CMU and MidAmerican Conference history • Just the third player from non-automatic qualifier school taken No. 1 overall • The second CMU player to be selected in the first round of the NFL Draft. Fellow offensive lineman Joe Staley was the first in 2007 when he was chosen by the San Francisco 49ers at No. 28.

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Eric Fisher Makes History as the Top Pick in the 2013 NFL Draft

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Jahleel Addae, San Deigo Darren Keyton, Detroit Cody Wilson, Detroit Vince Agnew, Miami Nick Bellore, New York Jets Matt Berning, New York Jets Brett Hartmann, Houston Jeff Maddux, Detroit Colin Miller, Pittsburgh Sean Murnane, Chicago Brian Anderson, New England Josh Grody, Green Bay Frank Zombo, Green Bay Ike Brown, LB, Atlanta Eric Tunney, OL, Carolina Curtis Cutts, DB, New York Jets Red Keith, LB, Cincinnati Steven Friend, DL, Cleveland Damien Linson, WR, Baltimore Pacino Horne, DB, Detroit Kent Smith, QB, Oakland James King, LB, Cleveland Tory Humphrey, TE, Indianapolis Kyle Croskey, OG, New England Darvin Lewis, LB, Philadelphia Cullen Jenkins, DE, Green Bay Mesene Louisdor, DB, Minnesota Brian Leigeb, FS, Buffalo Reggie Allen, WR, Buffalo Mike Cipa, C, Oakland Jason Gold, LB, Toronto Jon McCall, DT, New England Brock Gutierrez, C, Cincinnati Brian Pruitt, TB, Atlanta Eric Johnson, TB, Indianapolis Chris O’Brien, OG, Philadelphia Mike Kyler, OLB, Winnipeg Greg Sherwin, OT, N.Y. Jets Lamar Sally, OT, New Orleans Marty Malcolm, DG, Phoenix

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Arena Football League Reggie Allen, Buffalo Brian Leigeb, Grand Rapids, Philadelphia Jon McCall, Chicago Ray Bentley, Head Coach, Buffalo Anders Hill, Green Bay Ira Gooch, Austin Rob Turner, Los Angeles

NFL Europe Reggie Allen Brian Brunner Tory Humphrey Cullen Jenkins

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1900: Unknown Overall: 1-0 Cadillac H.S. W 20 - 5 1901: No Team

1904: Charles Tambling Overall: 0-1 Ferris L 6 - 60

1905: Charles Tambling Overall: 7-1 Elsie Giants W 5 - 0 Ferris W 35 - 2

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1917: Fred Johnson Overall: 1-2 Bay City Western H.S. W at Eastern Michigan L Mount Pleasant H.S. L

1918: Charles Tambling Overall: 1-0 Traverse City H.S. W 41 - 6

1909: Harry Helmer Overall: 4-3 West Branch H.S. W 23 - 0 Sag. Arthur Hill H.S. W 8 - 5 Alma W 15 - 8 Michigan State Frosh L 6 - 17 Ferris W 11 - 0 at Eastern Michigan L 0 - 17 Western Michigan L 0 - 11

1919: Garland Nevitt Overall: 2-2-3 Bay City Western H.S. W 34 - 6 Saginaw East H.S. T 13 - 13 Ferris W 7 - 0 Grand Rapids JC T 7 - 7 Eastern Michigan T 7 - 7 Michigan State Frosh L 6 - 14 Detroit JC L 14 - 42

1910: Harry Helmer Overall: 6-1-1 Mt. Pleasant Indians W West Branch H.S. W Michigan State Frosh T Flint MSD W Western Michigan L Eastern Michigan W Ferris W Elsie Giants W

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1920: Joe Simmons Overall: 4-3-1 Ferris W at Eastern Michigan L Olivet W at Ferris W Michigan State Frosh L at Hillsdale L at Hope W at Detroit JC T

80 - 0 6 - 7 7 - 0 34 - 0 6 - 14 10 - 14 17 - 0 6 - 6

1911: Harry Helmer Overall: 3-2 West Branch H.S. W 17 - 6 Mount Pleasant H.S. W Ithaca H.S. W 3 - 0 Flint MSD L Michigan State Frosh L

O/01 O/08 O/15 O/22 O/29 N/05 N/11

1921: Wallace Parker Overall: 7-2-1 at Ferris W Olivet W Eastern Michigan L Ferris W at Adrian W at Grand Rapids JC W American Legion W

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1908: Hugh Sutherland Overall: 4-3 Alma L Alma W Eastern Michigan W Western Michigan L Elsie Giants W Hillsdale L West Branch H.S. W

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1903: Charles Tambling Overall: 6-0 Ferris W Alma W Elsie Giants W Hillsdale W Clare H.S. W Mount Pleasant H.S. W

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1916: Blake Miller Overall: 1-5 West Branch H.S. W 39 - 0 Bay City Western H.S. L 0 - 12 Michigan State Frosh L 0 - 14 Alma L 0 - 39 Saginaw East H.S. L 0 - 30 Alma L 0 - 44

1907: Ralph Thacker Overall: 2-4 Ferris L 0 - 45 Flint MSD W 6 - 5 Mt. Pleasant Indians W 12 - 11 Western Michigan L 0 - 29 Eastern Michigan L 0 - 39 Alma L

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1906: No Team

1898: Carl Pray Overall: 1-2

1899: Carl Pray Overall: 3-2

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1896: Pete McCormick Overall: 3-1 Alma H.S. L Bay City H.S. W Saginaw H.S. W Alma H.S. W

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1922: Wallace Parker Overall: 6-0-2 Ferris W at St. Ignatius H.S. T Grand Rapids JC W at Eastern Michigan T Northern Michigan W Mich. Military Acad. W Alma W Detroit JC W

40 - 0 6 - 6 39 - 0 0 - 0 62 - 0 7 - 0 5 - 0 20 - 5

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1923: Wallace Parker Overall: 5-1-2 Bay City JC W at Albion L at Grand Rapids JC T Eastern Michigan W at Northern Michigan W Olivet W at Alma T at Detroit City W

37 - 0 7 - 14 0 - 0 27 - 3 34 - 0 34 - 0 0 - 0 21 - 7

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1924: Lester Barnard Overall: 7-1 at Assumption W at Albion L at Eastern Michigan W Ohio State Normal W Northern Michigan W at Valparaiso W Alma W at Detroit City W

O/03 O/17 O/24 O/31 N/06 N/14 N/21 N/26

1925: Lester Barnard Overall: 4-1-3 Carrollton Ath. Club W 29 - 0 at Alma L 0 - 14 at Northern Michigan W 8 - 0 Detroit Frosh T 0 - 0 at Western Michigan T 0 - 0 Valparaiso W 41 - 0 Albion T 0 - 0 at Detroit City W 18 - 6

O/02 O/09 O/16 O/23 O/30 N/11

1926: Wallace Parker Overall: 3-4-1 at Albion L 14 - 20 at Ferris L 6 - 7 Northern Michigan W 24 - 7 Eastern Michigan L 0 - 41 at Ohio State Normal L 0 - 13 Alma W 13 - 2

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1927: Wallace Parker Overall: 7-1 Adrian W Ferris W Olivet W Western Michigan W at Eastern Michigan L at Northern Michigan W at Alma W at Detroit City W

25 - 0 20 - 0 7 - 0 18 - 12 0 - 6 6 - 0 14 - 13 33 - 6

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1928: Wallace Parker Overall: 6-3 Detroit Tech W at Adrian L at Toledo W Northern Michigan W Eastern Michigan L at Valparaiso W at Ferris W at Western Michigan L at Detroit City W

18 - 0 0 - 8 13 - 0 26 - 0 0 - 36 25 - 0 21 - 0 0 - 19 23 - 0

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1929: A.J. Nowak Overall: 2-3-2 at Detroit Tech W 28 - 7 Michigan “B” T 0 - 0 at Northern Michigan T 6 - 6 at Eastern Michigan L 0 - 24 Western Michigan L 6 - 25 Toledo W 31 - 12 at Detroit City L 0 - 6

S/27 O/04 O/10 O/18 O/25 N/08 N/15 N/27

1930: A.J. Nowak Overall: 5-3 at Detroit “B” W Michigan “B” W at Western Michigan L at Ferris W Eastern Michigan L at Alma W Northern Michigan W at Detroit City L

O/03 O/10 O/24 O/31 N/07 N/14 N/21

1931: George Van Bibber Overall: 4-3 at Michigan L 0 - 27 Ferris W 14 - 6 at Eastern Michigan W 20 - 12 at Detroit City W 27 - 6 Alma W 13 - 0 Bowling Green L 0 - 6 Western Michigan L 6 - 7

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1932: George Van Bibber Overall: 3-4-1 at Michigan “B” T 0 - 0 Defiance W 32 - 9 Purdue “B” L 6 - 13 Eastern Michigan L 0 - 28 at Detroit City W 13 - 0 at Western Michigan L 0 - 7 Michigan Tech W 46 - 0 at Alma L 0 - 9

S/30 O/06 O/14 O/21 O/28 N/04 N/11 N/18

1933: George Van Bibber Overall: 5-2-1 Saint Mary’s W 53 - 0 Kalamazoo W 18 - 13 at Hillsdale T 0 - 0 at Eastern Michigan L 7 - 25 Detroit W 26 - 13 Western Michigan L 0 - 19 at Ferris W 33 - 0 Alma W 27 - 0

S/28 O/06 O/13 O/20 O/27 N/03 N/10 N/17

1934: Alex Yunevich Overall: 5-3 at Detroit L Ferris L Hillsdale W Eastern Michigan W at Wayne W at Western Michigan L Kalamazoo W at Alma W

S/27 O/05 O/12 O/19 N/02 N/09 N/16

1935: Alex Yunevich Overall: 1-6 at Detroit L 0 - 43 at Ferris L 7 - 12 Wayne L 6 - 13 Eastern Michigan L 0 - 7 Assumption W 19 - 0 Western Michigan L 0 - 13 Alma L 0 - 13

S/26 O/03 O/10 O/17 O/24 O/31 N/07 N/14

1936: Alex Yunevich Overall: 3-4-1 at Baldwin-Wallace L 2 - 65 Ferris W 22 - 0 at Wayne T 0 - 0 at Northern Michigan W 7 - 6 Eastern Michigan L 7 - 13 Saint Mary’s W 44 - 8 at Western Michigan L 0 - 33 Detroit Tech L 7 - 10

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1939: Ron Finch Overall: 7-1 at Detroit L at Ferris W Northern Illinois W Northern Michigan W at Eastern Kentucky W at Eastern Michigan W Ball State W Wayne W

7 - 20 20 - 0 6 - 0 37 - 0 18 - 14 14 - 0 7 - 0 33 - 6

S/27 O/05 O/12 O/19 O/24 N/02 N/09 N/16

1940: Ron Finch Overall: 4-3-1 Ferris W 37 - 0 at Ball State W 7 - 0 at Northern Illinois L 6 - 9 at Bradley Tech L 0 - 19 Eastern Michigan W 24 - 0 at Wayne T 7 - 7 Eastern Kentucky L 0 - 25 DeSales W 7 - 0

O/03 O/10 O/18 O/24 N/01 N/08 N/15

1941: Ron Finch Overall: 4-3 Northern Michigan W 7 - 0 at Detroit L 0 - 45 at Ball State W 7 - 0 at Eastern Michigan W 12 - 6 at Wayne L 0 - 6 Grand Rapids Union L 6 - 7 DeSales W 12 - 6

1944: Ron Finch Overall: 5-2 at Alma W Bowling Green L at Alma W at Michigan “B” W at Western Michigan L at Michigan “B” W at Indiana State Teachers

20 - 13 19 - 20 33 - 13 25 - 12 14 - 35 14 - 13 W 25 - 0

1945: Ron Finch Overall: 6-1 at Alma W at Bowling Green L at Alma W Western Michigan W at Eastern Kentucky W at Wayne W at Albion W

13 - 0 6 - 19 26 - 0 6 - 0 14 - 7 26 - 0 7 - 0

S/20 S/27 O/05 O/12 O/19 O/26 N/02 N/09

1946: Ron Finch Overall: 6-2 Ohio Wesleyan L Bowling Green W at Eastern Kentucky W at Northern Michigan W at Eastern Michigan W Northern Illinois W at Western Michigan L Great Lakes Naval W

0 - 13 7 - 0 20 - 7 60 - 0 26 - 13 58 - 7 21 - 27 41 - 0

S/19 S/26 O/03 O/11 O/17

1947: Lyle Bennett Overall: 2-5-1 at Detroit L at Bowling Green L at Northern Illinois T Western Michigan L Northern Michigan W

14 - 34 19 - 20 6 - 6 12 - 20 45 - 0

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1948: Lyle Bennett Overall: 3-6 Ferris W Bowling Green L at Western Michigan L at Northern Michigan W Kent State L at Youngstown L Wayne L at Eastern Michigan L Wis. State Teachers W

27 - 6 12 - 13 0 - 7 46 - 14 0 - 28 9 - 32 12 - 27 0 - 6 21 - 6

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1949: Lyle Bennett Overall: 3-4 at Ferris State W at Bowling Green L at Michigan Tech W at Kent State L Western Michigan L Hillsdale L Eastern Michigan W

33 - 7 0 - 20 35 - 6 12 - 26 8 - 35 0 - 8 18 - 7

1950: Warren Schmakel Overall: 6-4; IIAC: 2-2 S/18 Alma W 19 - 0 S/23 at Western Illinois^ L 7 - 28 S/30 at Western Michigan L 13 - 21 O/07 Illinois Normal^ L 13 - 14 O/14 Bowling Green W 12 - 0 O/21 at DePauw W 33 - 20 O/28 at Eastern Michigan^ W 26 - 7 N/04 at Northern Illinois^ W 26 - 14 N/11 Ferris State W 40 - 0 N/18 at Hillsdale L 20 - 21 ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game 1951: Bill Kelly Overall: 5-3; IIAC: 4-2 S/22 at Southern Illinois^ W 34 - 12 S/28 Western Illinois^ L 6 - 27 O/13 Eastern Illinois^ W 59 - 27 O/20 at Eastern Michigan^ W 19 - 13 O/27 at Illinois Normal^ W 26 - 0 N/02 Northern Illinois^ L 13 - 26 N/09 at Ferris State W 49 - 6 N/17 Western Michigan L 25 - 46 ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

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1943: Ron Finch Overall: 2-3 at Bowling Green L 0 - 36 Western Michigan L 0 - 19 at Alma W 13 - 7 at Alma L 0 - 8 at Alma W 6 - 0

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1938: Ron Finch Overall: 7-1 Lawrence Tech W Ferris W at Northern Michigan W Bluffton W Eastern Michigan W Saint Mary’s W at Wayne W at Western Michigan L

52 - 0 21 - 7 32 - 0 0 - 18 27 - 10 38 - 0 0 - 7 30 - 0

1942: Ron Finch Overall: 6-0 at Northern Michigan W Grand Rapids Union W Eastern Michigan W Ball State W Wayne W at Grand Rapids Union W

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1937: Ron Finch Overall: 6-2 Assumption W at Ferris W Northern Michigan W Wayne L at Eastern Michigan W at Saint Mary’s W Western Michigan L at Kalamazoo W

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1952: Bill Kelly Overall: 7-2; IIAC: 6-0 IIAC Champions S/12 vs. St. Ambrose# W 38 - 14 S/20 Bowling Green L 7 - 20 S/27 at Northern Illinois^ W 56 - 7 O/04 Western Michigan L 0 - 18 O/11 at Western Illinois^ W 27 - 0 O/18 Southern Illinois^ W 55 - 7 O/25 Eastern Michigan^ W 26 - 7 N/01 Illinois Normal^ W 35 - 12 N/08 at Eastern Illinois^ W 41 - 0 # Game played in Saginaw, Mich. ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

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1953: Bill Kelly Overall: 7-1-1; IIAC: 5-0-1 IIAC Champions S/19 at Iowa State Teachers W 34 - 20 S/26 Western Michigan W 21 - 0 O/03 Eastern Illinois^ W 33 - 6 O/10 vs. Great Lakes Naval# L 16 - 39 O/17 at Southern Illinois^ W 19 - 6 O/24 Western Illinois^ W 13 - 6 O/31 at Illinois Normal^ W 29 - 19 N/06 Northern Illinois^ W 46 - 0 N/14 at Eastern Michigan^ T 33 - 33 # Game played in Saginaw, Mich. ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

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1954: Bill Kelly Overall: 8-2; IIAC: 5-1 IIAC Co-Champions S/11 vs. Wis.-Milwaukee# W 26 - 7 S/18 Iowa State Teachers W 42 - 21 S/25 at Western Michigan W 25 - 19 O/02 at Eastern Illinois^ W 60 - 0 O/09 at Great Lakes Naval L 28 - 32 O/16 Southern Illinois^ W 33 - 0 O/23 at Western Illinois^ L 7 - 14 O/30 Illinois Normal^ W 26 - 0 N/06 at Northern Illinois^ W 47 - 7 N/13 Eastern Michigan^ W 28 - 7 # Game played in Saginaw, Mich. ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

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S/10 S/24 O/01 O/08 O/15

1955: Bill Kelly Overall: 8-1; IIAC: 5-1 IIAC Co-Champions Kansas State Teachers# W Western Michigan W at Southern Illinois^ L Northern Illinois^ W Western Illinois^ W

33 - 0 27 - 12 13 - 14 61 - 0 20 - 0

O/22 at Illinois Normal^ W 35 - 7 O/29 at Wis.-Milwaukee W 63 - 12 N/05 at Eastern Michigan^ W 27 - 20 N/12 Eastern Illinois^ W 48 - 14 # Game played in Saginaw, Mich. ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game 1956: Bill Kelly Overall: 9-0; IIAC 6-0 IIAC Champions S/15 vs. Bradley# W 38 - 33 S/22 at Western Michigan W 14 - 7 S/29 Southern Illinois^ W 32 - 13 O/06 at Northern Illinois^ W 41 - 0 O/13 at Western Illinois^ W 44 - 20 O/20 Illinois Normal^ W 20 - 0 O/27 Wis.-Milwaukee W 67 - 12 N/03 Eastern Michigan^ W 19 - 0 N/11 at Eastern Illinois^ W 37 - 7 # Game played in Saginaw, Mich. ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game 1957: Bill Kelly Overall: 4-6, IIAC: 4-2 S/14 vs. Bradley# L 7 - 14 S/21 Western Michigan L 0 - 33 S/28 Hillsdale L 14 - 35 O/05 at Illinois Normal^ L 20 - 24 O/11 at Eastern Michigan^ L 6 - 39 O/19 Northern Illinois^ W 52 - 12 O/26 at Louisville L 0 - 40 N/02 Eastern Illinois^ W 61 - 6 N/09 at Southern Illinois^ W 21 - 12 N/16 Western Illinois^ W 39 - 7 # Game played in Saginaw, Mich. ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game 1958: Bill Kelly Overall: 7-3; IIAC: 4-2 S/13 Northern Michigan W 27 - 14 S/20 at Western Michigan W 33 - 32 S/27 vs. Hillsdale# W 19 - 13 O/04 Illinois Normal^ W 33 - 6 O/11 Eastern Michigan^ W 7 - 6 O/18 at Northern Illinois^ W 33 - 23 O/25 Louisville L 7 - 40 N/01 Eastern Illinois^ W 27 - 8 N/08 Southern Illinois^ L 7 - 24 N/15 Western Illinois^ L 23 - 38 # Game played in Saginaw, Mich. ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

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1959: Bill Kelly Overall: 7-3; IIAC 4-2 S/12 vs. Bolling Air Force# L 13 - 19 S/19 Western Michigan W 21 - 15 S/25 at Drake W 41 - 21 O/03 Western Illinois^ L 20 - 26 O/10 at Illinois Normal^ W 22 - 0 O/17 at Eastern Michigan^ W 21 - 18 O/24 Northern Illinois^ W 29 - 7 O/31 Northern Michigan W 20 - 8 N/07 Eastern Illinois^ W 26 - 0 N/14 Southern Illinois^ L 20 - 51 # Game played in Saginaw, Mich. ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game 1960: Bill Kelly Overall: 3-5; IIAC: 3-3 S/17 at Western Michigan L 0 - 31 S/24 at Northern Michigan L 3 - 20 O/01 at Western Illinois^ L 13 - 38 O/08 Illinois Normal^ W 50 - 0 O/15 Eastern Michigan^ W 28 - 0 O/22 at Northern Illinois^ L 15 - 36 O/29 at Eastern Illinois^ W 35 - 12 N/12 Southern Illinois^ L 17 - 28 ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game 1961: Bill Kelly Overall: 2-8; IIAC: 1-5 S/09 vs. Northern Michigan# L 0 - 35 S/16 Western Michigan L 21 - 27 S/21 at Youngstown L 7 - 36 S/30 at Southern Illinois^ L 0 - 18 O/07 Western Illinois^ L 7 - 12 O/14 at Illinois Normal^ L 21 - 32 O/21 at Eastern Michigan^ W 13 - 11 O/28 Northern Illinois^ L 0 - 11 N/04 Hillsdale W 13 - 10 N/11 Eastern Illinois^ L 13 - 22 # Game played in Saginaw, Mich. ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

S/08 S/15 S/22 S/29 O/06 O/13 O/20 O/27 N/03

1962: Bill Kelly Overall: 6-4; IIAC 4-0 IIAC Champions vs. Northern Michigan# L at Western Michigan L Youngstown L Southern Illinois L at Western Illinois^ W Illinois Normal^ W Eastern Michigan W at Northern Illinois^ W Hillsdale% W

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1971: Roy Kramer Overall: 5-5 at Ball State L Youngstown State W Northern Michigan L at Indiana State W at Western Illinois L Eastern Illinois W Akron W at Illinois State L Hofstra W at Southern Illinois L

6 - 9 47 - 19 14 - 37 21 - 6 0 - 28 47 - 14 10 - 7 6 - 13 24 - 13 8 - 35

S/09 S/16 S/23 S/30 O/07 O/14 O/21 O/28 N/04 N/11 N/18

1972: Roy Kramer Overall: 5-5-1 at Ohio L at Ball State L at Northern Michigan W Indiana State W Western Illinois L Eastern Kentucky W at Eastern Illinois W at Akron L Illinois State W at Youngstown State T Eastern Michigan L

21 - 26 12 - 30 26 - 9 34 - 0 19 - 20 21 - 14 63 - 0 10 - 14 28 - 21 28 - 28 3 - 28

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1973: Roy Kramer Overall: 7-4 Western Michigan L Ball State W at Toledo L at Dayton W Illinois State W at Indiana State W at Western Illinois L Eastern Michigan W at Eastern Kentucky W

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1969: Roy Kramer Overall: 7-3; IIAC: 2-1 at Western Michigan L at Northern Iowa W Wis.-Milwaukee W at Illinois State^ W Northern Michigan W at Western Illinois^ L Eastern Illinois^ W

0 - 41 27 - 9 27 - 0 34 - 20 14 - 34 20 - 10 58 - 34 19 - 35 17 - 7 47 - 0

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1965: Bill Kelly Overall: 5-5; IIAC 3-1 at Whitewater State L 13 - 35 Youngstown State L 14 - 35 Western Michigan L 13 - 21 Northern Illinois^ L 14 - 19 at Northern Michigan W 13 - 0 Hillsdale L 0 - 13 at Illinois State^ W 32 - 8 Western Illinois^ W 9 - 6 Eastern Illinois^ W 48 - 6 at Ferris State W 37 - 0 ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

1968: Roy Kramer Overall: 7-2; IIAC 2-1 IIAC Co-Champions S/14 at Bradley W 41 - 6 S/21 Youngstown State W 24 - 20 S/28 Northern Michigan L 24 - 28 O/05 at Eastern Illinois^ W 23 - 16 O/12 at Hillsdale W 35 - 10 O/19 Central State (Ohio) W 27 - 0 O/26 Illinois State^ W 19 - 16 N/02 Western Illinois^ L 28 - 30 N/16 Wayne State W 35 - 6 ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

S/12 S/19 S/26 O/03 O/10 O/17 O/24 O/31 N/07 N/14

1970: Roy Kramer Overall: 7-3 Western Michigan L Northern Iowa W at Wis.-Milwaukee W Illinois State W at Northern Michigan L Western Illinois W at Eastern Illinois W at Akron L Indiana State W at Hofstra W

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1964: Bill Kelly Overall: 4-5; IIAC: 1-3 S/12 vs. Whitewater State# W 13 - 7 S/26 at Western Michigan W 18 - 6 O/03 at Eastern Illinois^ L 14 - 17 O/10 Northern Michigan L 7 - 12 O/17 Western Illinois^ L 7 - 41 O/24 Illinois State^ W 12 - 0 O/31 Youngstown W 25 - 20 N/07 Northern Illinois^ L 14 - 19 N/14 at Hillsdale L 7 - 26 # Game played in Saginaw, Mich. ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

1967: Roy Kramer Overall: 8-2; IIAC 2-1 IIAC Co-Champions S/16 Bradley W 23 - 21 S/22 at Youngstown State W 16 - 2 S/30 vs. Northern Michigan# L 15 - 21 O/07 Eastern Illinois^ W 21 - 0 O/14 Hillsdale W 30 - 6 O/21 at Central State (Ohio) W 33 - 0 O/28 at Illinois State^ W 19 - 14 N/04 at Western Illinois^ L 7 - 13 N/11 Morehead State W 9 - 7 N/18 at Wayne State W 34 - 0 # Game played in Saginaw, Mich. ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

N/01 Akron L 6 - 9 N/08 at Indiana State W 25 - 24 N/15 at Wayne State W 35 - 20 ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

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1963: Bill Kelly Overall: 4-5-1; IIAC: 2-2 S/14 vs. Bradley# L 6 - 12 S/21 at Youngstown T 7 - 7 S/28 Western Michigan W 30 - 14 O/05 Eastern Illinois^ W 35 - 15 O/12 at Northern Michigan L 0 - 19 O/19 at Western Illinois^ L 7 - 28 O/26 at Illinois Normal^ W 24 - 22 N/02 at Eastern Michigan W 55 - 20 N/09 Northern Illinois^ L 22 - 27 N/16 Hillsdale L 23 - 31 # Game played in Saginaw, Mich. ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

1966: Bill Kelly Overall: 5-5; IIAC: 3-0 IIAC Champions Whitewater State L 16 - 40 Youngstown L 6 - 7 at Western Michigan L 14 - 31 at Northern Illinois L 13 - 20 Northern Michigan L 14 - 35 at Hillsdale W 28 - 7 Illinois State^ W 20 - 6 Western Illinois^ W 28 - 3 at Eastern Illinois^ W 30 - 10 Wayne State W 44 - 0 ^ Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game

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1974: Roy Kramer Overall: 12-1 D2 National Champions S/07 Kent State L 14 - 21 S/14 at Ball State W 24 - 17 S/21 at Northern Michigan W 21 - 7 S/28 Dayton W 42 - 8 O/05 at Illinois State W 21 - 14 O/12 Indiana State W 49 - 0 O/19 Western Illinois W 58 - 7 N/02 at Eastern Michigan W 28 - 13 N/09 at Western Michigan W 42 - 6 N/16 Southern Illinois W 42 - 0 N/30 Boise State W 20 - 6 D/07 vs. Louisiana Tech! W 35 - 14 D/14 vs. Delaware$ W 54 - 14 ! Wichita Falls, Texas $ Sacramento, Calif.

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1975: Roy Kramer Overall: 8-2-1; MAC 4-1-1 S/06 Western Michigan* W 34 - 0 S/13 Ohio* T 6 - 6 S/20 Northern Michigan L 16 - 17 S/27 at Toledo* W 34 - 27 O/04 at Illinois State W 42 - 7 O/11 Eastern Michigan W 20 - 7 O/18 at Ball State* L 13 - 16 O/25 at Kent State* W 17 - 8 N/01 Marshall W 34 - 0 N/08 at Western Illinois W 24 - 7 N/15 Northern Illinois* W 69 - 7 * Mid-American Conference game

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1976: Roy Kramer Overall: 7-4; MAC 4-3 S/11 Kent State* L 10 - 20 S/18 Toledo* W 9 - 7 S/25 at Marshall W 22 - 7 O/02 Illinois State W 26 - 7 O/09 Ohio* W 17 - 15 O/16 Indiana State W 16 - 13 O/23 at Northern Michigan L 13 - 41 O/30 at Bowling Green* W 38 - 28 N/06 at Eastern Michigan* L 27 - 30 N/13 at Northern Illinois* W 31 - 9 N/20 at Western Michigan* L 14 - 42 * Mid-American Conference game

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1977: Roy Kramer Overall: 10-1; MAC 7-1 S/03 Alcorn State W 39 - 7 S/10 Eastern Michigan* W 9 - 3 S/17 at Illinois State W 28 - 7

S/24 at Ohio* W 31 - 14 O/01 at Ball State* L 12 - 28 O/08 at Northern Illinois* W 25 - 21 O/22 Akron W 17 - 14 O/29 Bowling Green* W 35 - 28 N/05 at Kent State* W 49 - 10 N/12 at Toledo* W 44 - 0 N/19 Western Michigan* W 28 - 23 * Mid-American Conference game 1978: Herb Deromedi Overall: 9-2; MAC 8-1 S/09 Kent State* W 41 - 0 S/16 at Miami* W 37 - 18 S/23 at Alcorn State L 16 - 24 S/30 Ball State* L 0 - 27 O/07 at Ohio* W 17 - 3 O/14 Illinois State W 45 - 7 O/21 Northern Illinois* W 34 - 7 O/28 at Bowling Green* W 38 - 7 N/04 Toledo* W 27 - 3 N/11 at Eastern Michigan* W 41 - 9 N/18 at Western Michigan* W 35 - 14 * Mid-American Conference game 1979: Herb Deromedi Overall: 10-0-1; MAC 8-0-1 MAC Champions S/08 Western Michigan* W 10 - 0 S/22 at Bowling Green* W 24 - 0 S/29 Miami* W 19 - 18 O/06 Ohio* W 26 - 0 O/13 Northern Illinois* W 31 - 11 O/20 at Ball State* W 32 - 30 O/27 at Kent State* W 44 - 21 N/03 at Toledo* T 7 - 7 N/10 Eastern Michigan* W 37 - 14 N/17 at Northwestern (La.)# W 28 - 0 N/24 at San Jose State W 34 - 32 * Mid-American Conference game # Game played at Natchitoches, La. 1980: Herb Deromedi Overall: 9-2; MAC 7-2 MAC Champions S/06 Ball State* W 21 - 17 S/13 at Miami* W 15 - 14 S/20 Illinois State W 16 - 0 S/27 Kent State* W 21 - 6 O/04 Toledo* W 14 - 10 O/11 at Ohio* L 9 - 24 O/18 at Northern Illinois* L 0 - 21 O/25 Northwestern State (La.) W 17 - 0 N/01 at Eastern Michigan* W 51 - 15 N/08 Bowling Green* W 32 - 10 N/15 at Western Michigan* W 22 - 10 * Mid-American Conference game

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1981: Herb Deromedi Overall: 7-4; MAC: 7-2 S/05 at Pacific L 3 - 10 S/19 Northern Illinois* W 17 - 10 S/26 Arkansas State L 23 - 26 O/03 Eastern Michigan* W 63 - 14 O/10 at Western Michigan* W 15 - 13 O/17 at Toledo* L 3 - 17 O/24 Kent State* W 24 - 3 O/31 at Ohio* W 38 - 21 N/07 Miami* L 3 - 7 N/14 at Ball State* W 28 - 7 N/21 at Bowling Green* W 6 - 3 * Mid-American Conference game 1982: Herb Deromedi Overall: 6-4-1; MAC 5-3-1 S/04 Indiana State W 35 - 10 S/18 Bowling Green* L 30 - 34 S/25 at East Carolina L 6 - 24 O/02 at Eastern Michigan* W 13 - 8 O/09 Western Michigan* T 18 - 18 O/16 Toledo* W 16 - 12 O/23 at Kent State* W 31 - 20 O/30 Ohio* W 42 - 18 N/06 at Miami* L 0 - 23 N/13 Ball State* W 24 - 13 N/20 at Northern Illinois* L 13 - 19 * Mid-American Conference game 1983: Herb Deromedi Overall: 8-3; MAC 7-2 S/03 at Kentucky L 14 - 31 S/17 Northern Michigan W 37 - 15 S/24 at Western Michigan* W 32 - 14 O/01 Kent State* W 13 - 7 O/08 Eastern Michigan* W 24 - 3 O/15 at Ohio* W 14 - 9 O/22 Miami* L 7 - 12 O/29 at Bowling Green* L 14 - 15 N/05 Northern Illinois* W 30 - 14 N/12 at Ball State* W 38 - 10 N/19 at Toledo* W 34 - 6 * Mid-American Conference game

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1984: Herb Deromedi Overall: 8-2-1; MAC 6-2-1 Northern Michigan W 45 - 22 East Carolina W 17 - 12 Western Michigan* W 38 - 19 at Kent State* W 14 - 10 at Eastern Michigan* T 16 - 16 Ohio* W 35 - 3 at Miami* W 10 - 9 Bowling Green* W 42 - 21 at Northern Illinois* L 7 - 8

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1992: Herb Deromedi Overall: 5-6; MAC: 4-5 S/05 at Kentucky L 14 - 21 S/12 at Michigan State W 24 - 20

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1995: Dick Flynn Overall: 4-7; MAC: 2-6 Weber State W at East Carolina L Bowling Green* W at Akron* L at Eastern Michigan* L at Youngstown State W Kent State* W Miami* L Toledo* L at Ball State* L at Western Michigan* L

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1988: Herb Deromedi Overall: 7-4; MAC: 5-3 at Kentucky L at Akron W Montana State W Kent State* W at Eastern Michigan* W Bowling Green* W Ball State* L at Western Michigan* L

1991: Herb Deromedi Overall: 6-1-4; MAC: 3-1-4 A/31 at Ohio* T 17 - 17 S/07 SW Louisiana W 27 - 24 S/14 at Michigan State W 20 - 3 S/21 Akron W 31 - 29 S/28 at Toledo* T 16 - 16 O/05 at Bowling Green* L 10 - 17 O/12 Miami* T 10 - 10 O/19 at Kent State* W 23 - 7 O/26 Ball State* W 10 - 3 N/02 at Eastern Michigan* T 14 - 14 N/16 Western Michigan* W 27 - 17 * Mid-American Conference game

1994: Dick Flynn Overall: 9-3; MAC 8-1 MAC Champions S/03 at Iowa L 21 - 52 S/10 UNLV W 35 - 23 S/17 at Eastern Michigan* W 30 - 29 S/24 Kent State* W 45 - 0 O/01 at Ball State* L 28 - 31 O/08 Western Michigan* W 35 - 28 O/15 at Akron* W 47 - 0 O/22 Miami* W 32 - 30 O/29 at Ohio* W 22 - 10 N/05 Toledo* W 45 - 27 N/12 at Bowling Green* W 36 - 33 D/15 at UNLV$ L 24 - 52 $ Las Vegas Bowl – Las Vegas, Nev. * Mid-American Conference game

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1987: Herb Deromedi Overall: 5-5-1; MAC 3-4-1 S/05 Miami* L 6 - 15 S/12 at Idaho W 30 - 18 S/26 at Minnesota L 10 - 30 O/03 at Kent State* L 21 - 24 O/10 Eastern Michigan* W 16 - 6 O/17 Tulsa W 41 - 18 O/24 at Ball State* L 3 - 13 O/31 Western Michigan* W 30 - 27 N/07 at Ohio* W 31 - 17 N/14 Toledo* T 17 - 17 N/21 at Bowling Green* L 17 - 18 * Mid-American Conference game

1990: Herb Deromedi Overall: 8-3-1; MAC: 7-1 MAC Champions S/01 at Kentucky L 17 - 20 S/08 Cincinnati W 34 - 0 S/15 at Akron T 14 - 14 S/22 Bowling Green* W 17 - 0 S/29 Miami* W 31 - 7 O/06 at Kent State* W 42 - 0 O/13 Western Michigan* W 20 - 13 O/20 Toledo* W 13 - 12 O/27 at Eastern Michigan* W 16 - 12 N/03 Ball State* L 3 - 13 N/10 at Ohio* W 52 - 7 D/08 vs. San Jose State$ L 24 - 48 * Mid-American Conference game $ California Raisin Bowl – Fresno, Calif.

1993: Herb Deromedi Overall: 5-6; MAC 5-4 S/02 Akron* L 13 - 23 S/11 Ohio* W 38 - 0 S/18 at UNLV L 20 - 33 S/25 at Michigan State L 34 - 48 O/02 Ball State* L 17 - 20 O/09 at Western Michigan* W 23 - 18 O/16 Eastern Michigan* L 21 - 28 O/23 at Kent State* W 33 - 28 N/06 at Toledo* W 38 - 7 N/13 Bowling Green* W 17 - 15 N/20 at Miami* L 21 - 24 * Mid-American Conference game

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1986: Herb Deromedi Overall: 5-5; MAC 4-4 S/13 Idaho W 34 - 21 S/20 Bowling Green* W 20 - 10 S/27 Ohio* W 56 - 27 O/04 at Kent State* L 30 - 33 O/11 Western Michigan* W 18 - 10 O/18 at Tulsa L 6 - 42 O/25 at Eastern Michigan* L 16 - 34 N/01 at Miami* L 21 - 59 N/08 Toledo* L 14 - 26 N/15 Ball State* W 43 - 22 * Mid-American Conference game

1989: Herb Deromedi Overall: 5-5-1; MAC 5-2-1 S/09 at SW Louisiana L 20 - 22 S/16 Akron L 26 - 27 S/23 at Bowling Green* L 20 - 24 S/30 at Miami* W 20 - 7 O/07 Kent State* W 38 - 0 O/14 at Western Michigan* W 34 - 6 O/21 Youngstown State L 3 - 30 O/28 Eastern Michigan* W 24 - 9 N/04 at Ball State* T 13 - 13 N/11 Ohio* W 24 - 15 N/18 at Toledo* L 6 - 29 * Mid-American Conference game

S/19 Ohio* W 24 - 0 S/26 Toledo* W 28 - 9 O/03 Bowling Green* L 14 - 17 O/10 at Miami* L 13 - 16 O/17 Kent State* W 35 - 0 O/24 at Ball State* L 23 - 24 O/31 at Akron* L 28 - 31 N/07 Eastern Michigan* W 30 - 13 N/14 at Western Michigan* L 14 - 19 * Mid-American Conference game

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1985: Herb Deromedi Overall: 7-3; MAC: 6-3 S/14 Pacific W 27 - 10 S/28 at Ohio* W 13 - 7 O/05 Kent State* W 21 - 17 O/12 at Western Michigan* W 24 - 17 O/19 at Bowling Green* L 18 - 23 O/26 Eastern Michigan* W 17 - 10 N/02 Miami* L 14 - 19 N/09 at Toledo* L 7 - 10 N/16 at Ball State* W 23 - 9 N/23 Northern Illinois* W 30 - 21 * Mid-American Conference game

N/05 Ohio* W 42 - 10 N/12 at Toledo* L 13 - 20 N/19 at Miami* W 34 - 17 * Mid-American Conference game

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1996: Dick Flynn Overall: 5-6; MAC: 4-4 A/31 at Boise State W 42 - 21 S/07 at Virginia L 21 - 55 S/14 Louisiana Tech L 37 - 38 S/21 Western Michigan* W 38 - 28 S/28 at Bowling Green* L 27 - 31 O/05 at Miami* L 14 - 46 O/12 Akron* W 42 - 0 O/19 Eastern Michigan* W 41 - 36 O/26 Ball State* L 17 - 24 N/02 at Kent State* W 52 - 51 N/09 at Toledo* L 20 - 23 * Mid-American Conference game

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1997: Dick Flynn Overall: 2-9; MAC 1-7 A/28 Northern Illinois* W 44 - 10 S/06 at Florida L 6 - 82 S/13 Boise State W 44 - 26 S/20 at Louisiana Tech L 28 - 56 S/27 Eastern Michigan* L 24 - 31 O/04 at Akron* L 14 - 53 O/11 Toledo* L 10 - 41 O/18 at Ball State* L(OT) 34 - 37 O/25 at Kent State* L 37 - 60 N/01 Marshall* L 17 - 45 N/08 at Western Michigan* L 24 - 38 * Mid-American Conference game

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1998: Dick Flynn Overall: 6-5; MAC: 5-3 S/05 at Iowa L 0 - 38 S/12 Western Illinois W 35 - 14 S/26 Kent State* W 46 - 7 O/03 at Michigan State L 7 - 38 O/10 at Eastern Michigan* W(OT) 36 - 23 O/17 at Northern Illinois* L 6 - 16 O/24 Western Michigan* W 26 - 24 O/31 Akron* W 28 - 27 N/07 at Marshall* L 0 - 28 N/14 at Toledo* L 14 - 17 N/21 Ball State* W 31 - 21 * Mid-American Conference game

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1999: Dick Flynn Overall: 4-7; MAC: 3-5 Eastern Illinois W at Syracuse L at Purdue L Miami* L at Western Michigan* L at Buffalo* W Northern Illinois* L at Bowling Green* L

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N/06 Toledo* L 13 - 32 N/13 Eastern Michigan* W 29 - 26 N/20 at Ball State* W 27 - 21 * Mid-American Conference game 2000: Mike DeBord Overall: 2-9; MAC: 2-6 S/02 at Purdue L 0 - 48 S/09 Akron* W 17 - 7 S/16 at Wyoming L 10 - 31 S/23 Boise State L 10 - 47 S/30 at Toledo* L 0 - 41 O/07 Kent State* L(OT) 21 - 24 O/21 at Ohio* L 3 - 52 O/28 Ball State* L 34 - 38 N/04 at Eastern Michigan* L 15 - 31 N/11 Western Michigan* W 21 - 17 N/17 at Northern Illinois* L 6 - 40 * Mid-American Conference Game 2001: Mike DeBord Overall: 3-8; MAC: 2-6 A/30 Eastern Kentucky W 42 - 28 S/08 at Michigan State L 21 - 35 S/22 Toledo* L 28 - 52 S/29 at Buffalo* W 16 - 8 O/13 Ohio* L 3 - 34 O/20 at Marshall* L 21 - 42 O/27 Northern Illinois* L 24 - 33 N/03 at Ball State* L 34 - 38 N/10 Eastern Michigan* W 35 - 30 N/17 at Western Michigan* L 17 - 20 N/24 at Boise State L 10 - 26 * Mid-American Conference Game 2002: Mike DeBord Overall: 4-8; MAC: 2-6 A/29 Sam Houston State W 34 - 10 S/07 Wyoming W 32 - 20 S/14 at Akron* W 24 - 17 S/21 at Indiana L 29 - 39 S/28 at Boston College L 0 - 43 O/12 Bowling Green* L 35 - 45 O/19 at Northern Illinois* L 0 - 49 O/26 Marshall* L 18 - 23 N/02 at Eastern Michigan* W 47 - 21 N/09 at Toledo* L 17 - 44 N/16 Ball State* L 21 - 38 N/23 Western Michigan* L 10 - 35 * Mid-American Conference Game

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2003: Mike DeBord Overall: 3-9; MAC: 1-7 at Michigan L 7 - 45 New Hampshire W 40 - 33 Eastern Kentucky W 42 - 41 at Ball State* L 14 - 27

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2011: Dan Enos Overall: 3-9; MAC: 2-6 S/1 South Carolina State W 21 - 6 S/10 at Kentucky L 13 - 27 S/17 at Western Michigan* L 14 - 44 S/24 at Michigan State L 7 - 45 O/1 Northern Illinois* W 48 - 41 O/8 at North Carolina State L 24 - 38 O/15 Eastern Michigan* L 28 - 35 O/22 at Ball State* L 27 - 31 O/29 at Akron* W 23 - 22 N/4 at Kent State L 21 - 24 N/10 Ohio* L 28 - 43 N/18 Toledo* L 17 - 44 * Mid-American Conference Game

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2012: Dan Enos Overall: 7-6; MAC: 4-4 A/30 SE Missouri State W 38 - 27 S/8 Michigan State L 7 - 41 S/22 at Iowa W 32 - 31 S/29 at Northern Illinois* L 24 - 55

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2009: Butch Jones/Steve Stripling Overall: 12-2; MAC: 8-0 MAC Champions S/5 at Arizona L 6 - 19 S/12 at Michigan State W 29 - 27 S/19 Alcorn State W 48 - 0

2010: Dan Enos Overall: 3-9; MAC: 2-6 S/2 Hampton W 33 - 0 S/9 at Temple* L (OT) 10 - 13 S/18 at Eastern Michigan* W 52 - 14 S/25 at Northwestern L 25 - 30 O/2 Ball State* L 17 - 31 O/9 at Virginia Tech L 21 - 45 O/16 Miami* L 20 - 27 O/23 at Northern Illinois* L 7 - 33 O/30 Bowling Green* L 14 - 17 N/5 Western Michigan* W 26 - 22 N/13 at Navy L 37 - 38 N/26 at Toledo* L 31 - 42 * Mid-American Conference Game

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2008: Butch Jones Overall: 8-5; MAC: 6-2 A/28 Eastern Illinois W 31 - 12 S/6 at Georgia L 17 - 56 S/13 at Ohio* W 31 - 28 S/20 at Purdue L 25 - 32 S/27 Buffalo* W 27 - 25 O/11 Temple* W 24 - 14 O/18 Western Michigan* W 38 - 28 O/25 at Toledo* W 24 - 23 N/1 at Indiana W 37 - 34 N/12 at Northern Illinois* W(OT) 33 - 30 N/19 Ball State* L 24 - 31 N/28 at Eastern Michigan* L 52 - 56 D/26 vs. Florida Atlantic^ L 21 - 24 * Mid-American Conference Game ^ Motor City Bowl at Ford Field, Detroit

O/6 at Toledo* L 35 - 50 O/12 Navy L 13 - 31 O/20 Ball State* L 30 - 41 O/27 Akron* W 35 - 14 N/3 Western Michigan* L 31 - 42 N/10 at Eastern Michigan* W 34 - 31 N/17 Miami* W 30 - 16 N/23 at UMass* W 42 - 21 D/26 Western Kentucky^ W 24 - 21 * Mid-American Conference Game ^ Little Caesars Pizza Bowl at Ford Field in Detroit, Mich.

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2007: Butch Jones Overall: 8-6; MAC: 6-1 MAC Champions S/1 at Kansas L 7 - 52 S/8 Toledo* W 52 - 31 S/15 at Purdue L 22 - 45 S/22 North Dakota State L 14 - 44 S/29 Northern Illinois* W 35 - 10 O/06 at Ball State* W 58 - 38 O/13 Army W 47 - 23 O/20 at Clemson L 14 - 70 O/27 at Kent State* W 41 - 32 N/6 at Western Michigan* W 34 - 31 N/16 Eastern Michigan* L 45 - 48 N/23 at Akron* W 35 - 32 D/1 vs. Miami# W 35 - 10 D/26 vs. Purdue^ L 48 - 51 * Mid-American Conference Game # MAC Championship Game at Ford Field, Detroit ^ Motor City Bowl at Ford Field, Detroit

S/26 Akron* W 48 - 21 O/3 at Buffalo* W 20 - 13 O/10 Eastern Michigan* W 56 - 8 O/17 at Western Michigan* W 34 - 23 O/24 at Bowling Green* W 24 - 10 O/31 at Boston College L 10 - 31 N/11 Toledo* W 56 - 28 N/18 at Ball State* W 35 - 3 N/27 Northern Illinois* W 45 - 31 D/4 vs. Ohio# W 20 - 10 J/6 vs. Troy^ W (2OT) 44 - 41 * Mid-American Conference Game # MAC Championship Game at Ford Field, Detroit ^ GMAC Bowl at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala. Steve Stripling was interim head coach for GMAC Bowl

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Great Games in CMU History Nov. 4, 1972 – CMU 28, Illinois State 21 After 14 months of anticipation, the Chippewas and 17,000 Homecoming fans dedicated the $2 million Perry Shorts Stadium with a close win over the Redbirds behind Gary Bevington’s three TD passes. Nov. 30, 1974 – CMU 20, Boise State 6 Hosting one of the NCAA’s Division II quarterfinal games, CMU upset Boise State in the Chippewas’ first postseason game. Sophomore Dick Dunham scored the game’s first two TDs during an 8 1/2-minute span in the second half to boost the Chippewas.

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Dec. 14, 1974 – CMU 54, Delaware 14 Dick Dunham ran for 121 yards and four touchdowns and Mike Franckowiak completed 11-of-13 passes for 186 yards and a score as CMU routed Delaware in the Division II national championship game. Dunham scored three times in the first half, including a 68-yard run on the game’s first play, as the Chippewas built a 30-8 halftime lead. Franckowiak booted two field goals and converted six point-after attempts as the Chippewas capped a 12-1 season, the most wins in a season in school history.

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Sept. 6, 1975 – CMU 34, Western Michigan 0 Before the first overflow crowd in Perry Shorts Stadium history, CMU blanked arch-rival Western for the first time in 22 years to make a successful Mid-American Conference and major college debut. Four different backs scored in the opening half en route to 360 yards rushing for the day. Western failed to complete a pass in four tries.

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Oct. 29, 1977 – CMU 35, Bowling Green 28 CMU’s first regular-season appearance on ABC-TV’s regional Game of the Week was witnessed by a Homecoming crowd of 22,761. Behind 28-14 with 12 minutes to go, the Chippewas staged a stirring comeback behind the brilliance of senior QB Ron Rummel. After running for two TDs and passing for a two-point conversion in the opening half, Rummel added a 21-yard scoring aerial to Brian Blank and the tying PAT run with 3:35 to go. Topping it off, Rummel connected with Mike Ball on a 39-yard scoring play to win it with just 23 seconds left. Sept. 9, 1979 – CMU 41, Kent State 0 Herb Deromedi’s debut as the Chippewas’ head coach served as a fitting prelude to the future success he would enjoy. The 11-year CMU defensive assistant coach showed he could work both sides of the ball as Central’s offense put 24 points on the board in the first quarter. Fullback Will Young ran for three touchdowns and future pro quarterback Gary Hogeboom threw a TD pass to help Deromedi to his first win.

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Nov. 10, 1979 – CMU 37, Eastern Michigan 14 Coupled with Northern Illinois’ upset win over Toledo, this victory clinched CMU’s first MAC football title. The visiting Hurons twice took one-touchdown leads before three Chippewa touchdowns in the second quarter sealed it for CMU.

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Nov. 15, 1980 – CMU 22, Western Michigan 10 An all-time MAC record crowd of 32,159 saw the Chippewas rally from a 10-0 deficit to become the first league member in five years to repeat as the MAC football champion. Senior QB Kevin Northup took CMU 80 yards in a time-consuming 12-play drive for his second scoring run of the game to clinch the verdict in the fourth quarter. Oct. 20, 1990 – CMU 13, Toledo 12 A Kelly/Shorts Stadium Homecoming throng of 20,781 was kept in suspense until the final gun as the Chippewas took sole possession of first place in the MAC with the win. CMU’s stingy defense was led by linebacker Rich Curtiss’ 21 tackles, and a big-play offense directed by quarterback Jeff Bender provided the scoring. A 53-yard scoring strike to Ken Ealy gave CMU a 7-6 halftime lead, and a 38-yard aerial to Bob Kench in the third quarter erased a 12-7 Toledo lead. Defenses dominated the rest of the way, but CMU’s win wasn’t secure until UT kicker Rusty Hanna’s 51-yard field goal attempt fell short and wide as time expired. Nov. 10, 1990 – CMU 52, Ohio 7 The Chippewas rolled to a 38-0 halftime lead in clinching their first MAC title in 10 seasons. Tailback Darnell Rush and fullback Joe Connolly each scored two touchdowns in CMU’s domination of the Bobcats. The Chippewas gained 584 yards in total offense while limiting Ohio to 125. Central finished tied with Toledo at 7-1 in the MAC, but earned the California Raisin Bowl berth by virtue of its 13-12 win over the Rockets earlier in the season. Sept. 14, 1991 – CMU 20, No. 18 Michigan State 3 In the greatest gridiron triumph in CMU history, the Chippewas stunned the 18th-ranked Spartans, controlling all facets of the game. The Chippewas outgained MSU, 346-281, led by tailback Billy Smith’s 162 yards and a fierce rush that sacked MSU quarterbacks four times. Smith’s high school classmate at Detroit Henry Ford, Lamar Sally, registered three of those sacks as both players reaped MAC Player of the Week honors. CMU’s defense set the tone on the first series when Doug Adler stuffed Tico Duckett on fourth-and-goal at the CMU one-yard line. Smith opened the scoring with a 15-yard TD run just before halftime, and the Chippewas made it 14-0 on a 57-yard pass from Jeff Bender to Ken Ealy in the third period. From there, the defense took over. Sept. 12, 1992 – CMU 24, Michigan State 20 A great moment in CMU football history occurred when the Chippewas accomplished what few people thought they could do – repeat 1991’s startling victory over Michigan State. But CMU did just that. Outstanding performances on both sides of the ball helped the Chippewas stun Michigan State 24-20 for CMU’s second consecutive win over the Big Ten school. Safety Darrall Stinson paced the CMU defense with 14 tackles, including a jarring hit that forced a MSU fumble at the Central goal line in the second quarter. Quarterback Joe Youngblood connected with split end Bryan Tice for touchdown passes of 6 and 15 yards to give CMU a 14-7 halftime lead. Youngblood would earn Mid-American Conference Player of the Week honors for his

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Nov. 12, 1994 – CMU 36, Bowling Green 33 For the last game of the season, the Chippewas traveled to Bowling Green to play in a winner-take-all game for the MAC championship and a trip to the Las Vegas Bowl. Two unusual plays helped CMU earn the victory. The first came in the second quarter when a pass from Erik Timpf bounced off the intended receiver and into Brian Pruitt’s hands for his second touchdown of the day. Then in the fourth quarter, one of the greatest plays in CMU history happened. Bowling Green had a 25-21 lead and momentum in the game as it forced CMU to a fourth-and-three situation. On his own call, CMU punter Craig Fischer faked the punt and ran 73 yards for a touchdown, regaining the lead for CMU. The Chippewas scored again on a Brian Pruitt 1-yard run and held off a Falcon charge at the end of the game for the victory. The victory gave Dick Flynn a conference championship in his first season as head coach.

Nov. 11, 2000 – CMU 21, Western Michigan 17 Simply put, this was one of the biggest upsets in the storied history of the Central/Western rivalry. CMU entered the contest with a 1-8 record and had lost seven straight games, while the Broncos, unofficially ranked 27th in the country, were 8-1 and on an eight-game winning streak that included triumphs over Iowa and Marshall. None of that mattered. The Chippewas stunned the Broncos early, scoring on the third play of the game when Derrick Vickers connected with Ira Gooch for a 77-yard scoring play to put CMU up 7-0 just 1:37 into the game. On Western’s first offensive play, Scott Naz intercepted a Jeff Walsh pass to give the Chippewas the ball back. Five plays later, Vickers threw a 15-yard scoring pass to David Hannah, and CMU led it 14-0 just 4:09 into the first quarter. However, Western scored twice before the half to cut the Chippewa lead to 1410, and when Josh Bush returned a punt 73 yards for a TD with 10:30 to play in the fourth quarter, the Broncos had the lead for the first time, 17-14. CMU responded with their best drive of the season, a 14-play, 71-yard march that ended with Vince Webber finding the end zone from a yard out to get the lead back with 4:40 to play. From there, the defense stopped Western to get the ball back, and the offense ran out the clock to seal the Chippewa victory.

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Oct. 24, 1998 – CMU 26, Western Michigan 24 A then Kelly/Shorts Stadium record-crowd of 29,822 witnessed the second thrilling win by the Chippewas over an in-state rival this season as CMU came from behind in the second half to down the Broncos. Trailing 24-17 at halftime, the Chippewas dominated the second half, piling up 255 yards of total offense and possessing the ball for nearly 20 minutes. The defense shut down Western’s potent offense, limiting it to only 106 yards and stuffing tailback Darnell Fields, limiting him to just 36 yards in the second half after he romped for 101 in the first half. Still, CMU found itself trailing by a point with 7:36 remaining in the fourth quarter. Starting at its own 34-yard line, CMU put together a 14-play, 54-yard drive that took 5:54 off the clock, culminating in Paul Savich’s fourth field goal of the game, a 29-yarder that gave the Chippewas a two-point lead with

Oct. 30, 2004 – CMU 24, Western Michigan 21 OT In the most remarkable comeback in CMU history, the Chippewas scored 14 points in the final 2:13 of regulation to force overtime, and then won the game in the first extra session on a 25-yard field goal by freshman kicker Ronnie Budd. Western held a 7-0 lead at the half and stretched the margin to 14-0 on the final play of the third quarter with a 79-yard strike from Ryan Cubit to Greg Jennings. After a 5-yard TD run by Jerry Seymour pulled CMU to within 14-7 with 8:01 left in the fourth quarter, Western went on an eight-play, 65-yard drive that culminated with a 16-yard Daniel Marks TD run that put the Broncos up 21-7 with 3:14 remaining. In the face of tremendous odds, the Chippewas stormed back. Kent Smith scampered into the end zone from 4 yards out to make the score 21-14. Two plays later, CMU forced a Bronco fumble and recovered it at the WMU 25-yard line. It took Smith and the offense only four plays to tie the game with 54 seconds left on a 9-yard toss to freshman wideout Asante White. CMU won the coin toss and stopped Western on three plays before the Broncos missed a 40-yard field goal. The Chippewas started their possession with a 12-yard run by Smith, then ran three plays to set up Budd’s kick from 25 yards. It was true, and the students rushed the field to celebrate the triumph over the Broncos.

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Oct. 10, 1998 – CMU 36, Eastern Michigan 23 OT The first overtime game in CMU history ended in dramatic fashion, as roverback Shawn Williams picked off a deflected pass on third-and-goal from the EMU 1-yard line and raced the length of the field for a touchdown that ended the Chippewas’ 13-point win. The defensive stand came after the Chippewa offense had scored first in the extra session on a 1-yard plunge by Pete Shepherd. The workhorse on this night for the CMU offense was junior tailback Eric Flowers, who set a school record with 49 carries and piled up a career-best 239 yards with two touchdowns. Shepherd was 15-of-35 for 172 yards, with nine of his completions going to Reggie Allen for 133 yards. Freshman kicker Paul Savich booted three field goals in the contest, including a 27-yarder with five seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to force the game in overtime. The Chippewa defense recorded seven sacks among its 13 tackles for loss in the game.

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1:42 to play. Eric Flowers rushed 10 times during the drive for 46 of his 105 yards. CMU’s defense then finished off their archrivals, sacking Bronco QB Tim Lester for the fourth time and forcing Western to turn the ball over on downs. The Chippewas’ two comeback wins over Eastern and Western propelled them to a 6-5 record and a second-place finish in the MAC West.

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performance which included 163 yards passing and two TDs on 17-of-22 attempts and a pass reception for 29 yards. Youngblood also led CMU on a crucial 69-yard drive in the second half which took 6:33 off the clock and ended with a seven-yard TD scamper by Brian Pruitt to put the game out of reach. Junior tailback Leo Griffin gained 90 of CMU’s 141 rushing yards.

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Oct. 29, 2005 – CMU 21, Toledo 17 CMU snapped a 10-game losing streak to Toledo with a thrilling 21-17 victory at Kelly/Shorts Stadium. Toledo led 14-7 at halftime, but CMU senior quarterback Kent Smith tied the score with a 1-yard touchdown run in the third quarter and put the Chippewas in front for good with an 11yard touchdown pass to Justin Harper with 12:53 remaining in the fourth. Toledo had a first-and-goal at the CMU 7-yard line on the ensuing drive, but the Chippewa defense held Trinity Dawson to a 2-yard gain on first down, then forced three consecutive Bruce Gradkowski incompletions. Following a CMU punt, Toledo moved to the Chippewa 3-yard line before Gradkowski was sacked for a 12-yard loss on third-and-goal. The Rockets converted three third downs on the game’s final drive, including a 16-yard gain on third-and-10 that set up Toledo on the CMU 4-yard line for the game’s final play. Gradkowski’s pass sailed just over the outstretched hands of Nick Moore. The win was CMU’s fourth in a row, its longest winning streak since 1994, and moved the Chippewas into a tie for first in the MAC West Division.

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Nov. 30, 2006 – CMU 31, Ohio 10 The Chippewas secured their first MAC title in 12 seasons with a 31-10 win over Ohio in the MAC Championship Game at Ford Field in Detroit. Damien Linson was named MVP after catching seven passes for a MAC Championship Game-record 191 yards and a touchdown. Just 14 seconds after Ohio had tied the score at 7-7 early in the second quarter, Dan LeFevour hooked up with Linson for a 71-yard score. Ontario Sneed caught a 4-yard touchdown pass and scored on a championship game-record 96-yard run in the fourth quarter to put the game away.

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Dec. 26, 2006 – CMU 31, Middle Tennessee 14 A Motor City Bowl record-crowd of 54,113, mostly clad in maroon and gold, witnessed CMU claim its first Division I-A bowl victory at Ford Field in Detroit. Redshirt freshman quarterback Dan LeFevour was named the game’s MVP after throwing for 162 yards and a score and rushing for 69 yards and a touchdown, while Dan Bazuin was named UAW Lineman of the Game after tallying eight tackles, including two sacks. Ontario Sneed scored on a 1-yard run and 29-yard reception to cap CMU’s first two drives of the game, and Doug Kress returned an interception 56 yards to stretch the CMU lead to 28-7 early in the third quarter. CMU reached the 10-win plateau for the first time since 1979 with the victory, and became the first Division I-A program to win a conference title game and bowl game in the same stadium in the same season.

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Nov. 6, 2007 – CMU 34, Western Michigan 31 The Chippewas’ first win in Kalamazoo since 1993 went into the history books as one of the classic affairs in the historic Central/Western rivalry. Dan LeFevour scored on a quarterback sneak with 12 seconds remaining to cap a fourth quarter that saw CMU and Western Michigan combine for 48 points. Andrew Aguila’s 21-yard field goal gave CMU a 27-17 lead with 3:53 left. The Broncos, however, scored twice in a span of just 33 seconds to take a 31-27 lead with 1:34 remaining. A 39-yard completion

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from LeFevour to Bryan Anderson in the final minute set up the winning score. Western Michigan had time for one play following LeFevour’s score, completing a pass and using several laterals to advance the ball into CMU territory before the play went out of bounds. The win clinched CMU’s second straight MAC West Division title. Dec. 1, 2007 – CMU 35, Miami 10 CMU scored 21 fourth-quarter points to secure its second straight MAC Championship Game victory. Chippewa quarterback Dan LeFevour was named Most Valuable Player after passing for 185 yards and a touchdown and rushing for 170 yards and two scores. CMU led 7-0 at halftime, and a field goal drew Miami within 7-3 midway through the third quarter. From there, LeFevour and Ontario Sneed combined to score touchdowns on each of the Chippewas’ next four possessions to put the game away. Nov. 1, 2008 – CMU 37, Indiana 34 Making just his fourth career start, senior quarterback Brian Brunner completed 35-of-53 passes for a school-record 485 yards and four touchdowns and scored the gamewinning touchdown on a 1-yard run in the Chippewas’ first win over a Big Ten opponent since 1992. Each of Brunner’s four touchdown passes tied the score, including a 79-yard scoring toss to Antonio Brown that evened the score at 2828 in the third quarter. Andrew Aguila converted a 48-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter to draw the Chippewas within 34-31, and a Kirkston Edwards interception on the ensuing possession set up Brunner’s 1-yard keeper for the go-ahead score. The CMU defense held IU to just two first downs on its final two possessions to help seal the win. Sept. 12, 2009 – CMU 29, Michigan State 27 Andrew Aguila’s 42-yard field goal with 3 seconds remaining, in front of a national audience on ESPN2, gave the Chippewas their third victory in seven all-time meetings against Michigan State. Dan LeFevour’s touchdown pass to Paris Cotton with 32 seconds remaining drew the Chippewas within a point, 27-26, but a two-point conversion pass to Antonio Brown was incomplete. Bryan Anderson recovered a perfectly executed onside-kick, and LeFevour completed three straight passes to move the Chippewas into field goal range and set up Aguila’s game-winner. Dec. 4, 2009 – CMU 20, Ohio 10 Dan LeFevour threw two touchdown passes and Andrew Aguila kicked two field goals to lead CMU to its third MAC Championship Game victory in four seasons. LeFevour became the NCAA Bowl Subdivision’s all-time leader in total touchdowns and the MAC’s all-time leader in touchdown passes in the win. He was named the game’s MVP after throwing for 255 yards and rushing for 51 more. The CMU defense limited Ohio to 275 total yards and allowed just four third-down conversions in 13 chances. Jan. 6, 2010 – No. 25 CMU 44, Troy 41 (2OT) Andrew Aguila’s school-record fifth field goal--a 37-yarder in the second overtime--capped a comeback that saw the Chippewas rally from a 12-point fourth-quarter deficit in

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freshman receiver Andrew Flory caught two touchdown passes, both in the first quarter, to help CMU build an early lead and junior running back Zurlon Tipton recorded his seventh-straight 100-yard rushing game and eighth of the season, gaining 101 yards on 23 carries. Junior linebacker Shamari Benton led CMU with a game-high nine tackles to earn Lineman of the Game honors. The Chippewas’ fourth straight win to end the 2012 season, the bowl victory was the third in program history at the Division I level.

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the GMAC Bowl. Playing the first game in program history as a ranked team, the Chippewas trailed 31-19 when Troy’s DuJuan Harris scored on a 1-yard run with 8:01 remaining in regulation. Antonio Brown returned the ensuing kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown, and Dan LeFevour threw a 4-yard touchdown pass to Bryan Anderson and two-point conversion pass to Kito Poblah with 1:17 remaining to give CMU a 34-31 lead. Troy forced overtime with a 46-yard field goal with 31 seconds left. LeFevour, who threw for a career-high 395 yards, ran 13 yards for a touchdown in the first overtime. Troy answered with a 1-yard touchdown run by Shawn Southward. In the second overtime, Vince Agnew blocked a 31-yard field goal attempt by Taylor, setting the stage for Aguila’s game-winner. The victory was the schoolrecord-tying 38th by CMU’s senior class.

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Nov. 5, 2010 – CMU 26, Western Michigan 22 The Chippewas rallied from a 22-13 fourth-quarter deficit to defeat Western Michigan for the fifth straight season and retain both the Victory Cannon and Michigan MAC Championship trophies. Senior Matt Torres made a leaping 26-yard catch on fourth-and-6 early in the final quarter that set up a 1-yard scoring run by Carl Volny. The Bronocs missed a field goal, and CMU answered with an eight-play, 72-yard drive that culminated in a 5-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Radcliff to Kito Poblah with 6:04 remaining. Western Michigan drove inside the CMU 5-yard line in the closing minutes, but Armond Staten’s third forced fumble of the day was recovered by Joe Kinville, and the CMU offense ran out the clock.

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September 22, 2012 - CMU 32, Iowa 31 The Chippewas garnered the national spotlight by upsetting Iowa in Iowa City, 32-31, to secure the program’s fifth-ever win over a Big Ten opponent. CMU used a furious late-game rally to stun a capacity Kinnick Stadium crowd, scoring nine points in the final 45 seconds, capped off by a go-ahead 47-yard field goal from senior kicker David Harman in the contest’s waning moments. Senior quarterback Ryan Radcliff was instrumental in the win, driving the Chippewas twice for scores in the fourth quarter and completing 26-of-35 passes (74%) for 282 yards for the game. Sophomore receiver Titus Davis caught two touchdown passes, including a clutch 13-yarder with under a minute to play to pull CMU within two points of the Hawkeyes. Harman had a career day, connecting on 4-of-4 field goal attempts and executing a perfect onside kick, which CMU recovered to set the stage for his game-winning heroics.

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December 26, 2012 - CMU 24, Western Kentucky 21 Senior quarterback Ryan Radcliff threw an 11-yard touchdown strike to senior receiver Cody Wilson late in the fourth quarter to give Central Michigan the lead and the CMU defense stopped Western Kentucky on fourth down with under a minute remaining, providing the Chippewas with a 24-21 win in the 2012 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. Radcliff finished the game 19-of-29 passing for 253 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions to earn the game’s Most Valuable Player award while Wilson had 10 catches for 101 yards and the one touchdown. Redshirt

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Pioneer Bowl

CMU 35, Louisiana Tech 14 December 7, 1974 Wichita Falls, Kan.

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The Chippewas traveled to Wichita Falls, Kansas, for the Pioneer Bowl – the Division II national championship semifinal with CMU handing Louisiana Tech a 35-14 defeat to advance to the national championship game. The Chippewas advanced to the bowl game after defeating Boise State, 20-6, in regional action. After a scoreless first quarter, the Chippewas scored quickly in the second on a Walt “Smoke” Hodges 1-yard run. The Chippewas then scored an additional four unanswered touchdowns, including two by Dick Dunham. The CMU defense also stepped up forcing seven turnovers (six interceptions and a fumble). The Bulldogs finally got on the scoreboard with 9:45 left in the game. Louisiana Tech scored on a 5-yard TD pass and then added a TD run four minutes later. Mike Franckowiak was named the Offensive Player of the Game while Rick Newsome earned the defensive honor.

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CMU 0 14 7 14 35 Louisiana Tech 0 0 0 14 14 Scoring Qtr Play CMU 2 Hodges 1-yard run (Franckowiak PAT) CMU 2 Franckowiak 1-yard run (Franckowiak PAT) CMU 3 Dunham 1-yard run (Franckowiak PAT) CMU 4 Dunham 3-yard run (Franckowiak PAT) CMU 4 Means 5-yard pass Franckowiak (Franckowiak PAT) LTU 4 Moody 5-yard pass from Haynes (Pope PAT) LTU 4 Moody 15-yard run (Pope PAT) Attendance – 12,200 First Downs Rushing Attempts Net Rushing Net Passing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Interceptions Total Plays Total Net Yards Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards

CMU La. Tech 18 14 67 38 277 143 89 165 14 31 7 13 1 6 81 69 366 308 0/2 1/2 5/52 1/12

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Rushing CMU – Walt “Smoke” Hodges 21-118, Dick Dunham 1986, Mike Woroniecki 8-35, Mike Franckowiak 10-22, Greg Drypen 3-9, Gary Baginski 2-7, Mose Rison 4-0 La. Tech – Harper 10-45, McDaniel 14-45, Moody 3-23, Robertson 4-22, White 3-13, Barber 1-4, Haynes 2-(-3) Passing CMU – Mike Franckowiak 7-14-1 for 89 La. Tech – Haynes 10-23-5 for 139, Robertson 3-8-1 for 26

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Receiving CMU – Matt Means 7-89 La. Tech – Harper 4-41, Barber 3-36, Moody 2-45, Ryckman 1-15, White 1-8, McDaniel 1-7, Foppe 1-4

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CMU 54, Delaware 14 December 14, 1974 Sacramento, Calif.

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Attendance – 14,137 First Downs Rushing Attempts Net Rushing Net Passing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Interceptions Total Plays Total Net Yards Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards

CMU Delaware 20 17 57 47 279 187 186 167 14 22 11 12 0 4 71 69 465 354 1/0 4/2 6/50 4/29

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Rushing CMU – Dick Dunham 16-121, Walt “Smoke” Hodges 27-117, Mike Franckowiak 6-24, Greg Drypen 3-10, Gary Baginski 2-8, Mose Rison 2-4, Mike Gray 1-4, Tom Screws 1-2 UD – Roberts 12-71, Zwaan 5-30, Belicic 7-27, Perry 5-20, James 6-15, Wagner 2-13, Beasley 5-10, Billings 3-9, Sabol 1-8, Maskas 1-6

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Central Michigan University scored early and often in the 1974 Division II national championship game, also known as the Camellia Bowl. The Chippewas defeated the University of Delaware, 54-14, in Sacramento. CMU’s Dick Dunham scampered up the middle for a 68-yard touchdown on the game’s first play from scrimmage. A Mike Franckowiak field goal and a Walt “Smoke” Hodges touchdown gave CMU a 16-0 lead after the first quarter. The Chippewas extended the lead to 30-8 at the half after Dunham added touchdown runs of 1 and 3 yards. Delaware scored a touchdown on a 1-yard run early in the second. The Chippewas continued their offensive prowess in the second half as Dunham added yet another touchdown to go along with an 8-yard TD reception by Matt Means. Hodges scored his second TD for CMU in the fourth. UD had a 6-yard rushing touchdown late in the game. CMU quarterback Mike Franckowiak was named Offensive Player of the Game after completing 11-of-13 passes for 186 yards and scoring 12 points on two field goals and six extra points. Chippewa Steve Bograkos was the Defensive Player of the Game.

CMU 16 14 10 14 54 Delaware 0 8 0 6 14 Scoring Qtr Play CMU 1 Dunham 68-yard run (Franckowiak PAT) CMU 1 Franckowiak 39-yard field goal CMU 1 Hodges 2-yard run (kick failed) UD 2 Zwaan 1-yard run (Roberts pass from Zwaan) CMU 2 Dunham 1-yard run (Franckowiak PAT) CMU 2 Dunham 3-yard run (Franckowiak PAT) CMU 3 Franckowiak 27-yard field goal CMU 3 Dunham 4-yard run (Franckowiak PAT) CMU 4 Means 8-yard pass Franckowiak (Franckowiak PAT) CMU 4 Hodges 1-yard run (Kangas PAT) UD 4 Billings 6-yard run (run failed)

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Passing CMU – Mike Franckowiak 11-13-0 for 186, Greg Drypen 0-1-0 for 0 UD – Zwaan 8-17-3 for 104, Belicic2-3-1 for 35, Maskas 2-2-0 for 28

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Receiving CMU – Matt Means 8-146, Denny Proctor 1-23, John Fossen 1-9, Dick Dunham 1-8 UD – Kraus 2-39, Cubit 2-25, Wagner 1-24, Brown 1-22, Fugazzi 1-17, Billings 1-13, Roberts 1-12, Sowden 1-11, Beasley 1-6


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California Raisin Bowl San Jose 48, CMU 24 December 8, 1990 Fresno, Calif.

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The Central Michigan University Chippewas played in their first Division I bowl game in 1990 – California Raisin Bowl X. San Jose State defeated CMU, 48-24, in Fresno. CMU entered the game as one of the top defenses in the nation, allowing only 8.9 points per game during the season. The Chippewa defense would be tested as it faced a powerful San Jose State offense in quarterback Ralph Martini and running back Sheldon Canley. The only scoring in the first quarter would come on the opening drive as San Jose scored on a 5-yard run by Canley. The Spartans added a field goal after pinning CMU deep in its own territory and forcing the Chippewas to punt from the end zone. A surprise on-side kick attempt by San Jose then failed, and the Chippewas started a drive at the CMU 45-yard line. On the first play of that drive, Jeff Bender hit Ken Ealy along the sideline for a 55-yard touchdown. Central then had a great opportunity to take the lead when San Jose fumbled the kickoff at its own 14-yard line. However, on a fourth-and-1 at the 5-yard line, tailback Billy Smith was stopped for a loss of 1 yard. San Jose would manage to put 16 more points on the board in the quarter to take a 26-7 halftime lead. After a CMU field goal early in the third quarter, Canley added two more rushing touchdowns and one receiving to give San Jose a 48-10 lead early in the fourth. Bender and Ealy later connected for touchdown strikes of 48 and 17 yards after the outcome had already been decided. Canley was named San Jose’s game MVP, and Ealy earned the honor for CMU.

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CMU 0 7 3 14 24 San Jose State 7 19 15 7 48 Scoring Qtr Play SJSU 1 Canley 5-yard run (Bowen PAT) SJSU 2 Bowen 37-yard field goal CMU 2 Ealy 55-yard pass from Bender (Nicholl PAT) SJSU 2 Canley 22-yard run SJSU 2 Blackmon 25-yard pass from Martini (run failed) SJSU 2 Bowen 25-yard field goal CMU 3 Nicholl 27-yard field goal SJSU 3 Canley 59-yard run (Martini pass to Blackmon) SJSU 3 Canley 5-yard run (Bowen PAT) SJSU 4 Canley 5-yard pass from Martini (Bowen PAT) CMU 4 Ealy 48-yard pass from Bender (Nicholl PAT) CMU 4 Ealy 17-yard pass from Bender (Nicholl PAT) Attendance – 25,431 First Downs Rushing Attempts Net Rushing Net Passing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Interceptions Total Plays Total Net Yards Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Time of Possession

CMU SJSU 13 28 29 45 63 200 220 442 25 43 14 32 1 1 54 88 283 642 1/1 2/1 4/30 12/118 22:49 37:11

Rushing CMU – Billy Smith 20-37, Leo Griffin 1-11, Darnell Rush 3-10, John Hood 3-7, Joe Connolly 1-3, Jeff Bender 1-(-5) SJSU – Shaldon Canley 23-164, Maceo Barbosa 8-16, Ralph Martini 3-16, Chip Vargas 3-13, Leon Hawthorne 3-4, Blair Zerr 1-3, Mike Jordan 1-2, Byron Jackson 1-(-7), Walter Brooks 1-(-11) Passing CMU – Jeff Bender 14-25-1 for 220 SJSU – Ralph Martini 27-36-1 for 404, Mike Jordan 5-7-0 for 38

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Receiving CMU – Ken Ealy 7-161, Robert Kench 4-36, Bryan Tice 2-17, Billy Smith 1-6 SJSU – Sheldon Canley 5-44, David Blakes 4-95, Byron Jackson 4-69, Maceo Barbosa 4-56, Bobby Blackmon 3-50, Bryce Burnett 3-40, Walter Brooks 3-14, Gary Charlton 2-46, Leon Hawthorne 2-12, Chip Vargas 1-9, Rich Sarlatte 1-7

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Nevada-Las Vegas 52, CMU 24 December 15, 1994 Las Vegas, Nev.

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CMU UNLV 22 26 51 42 152 301 224 288 25 27 13 15 2 0 76 69 376 589 5/2 3/1 6/50 8/89 36:34 23:26

Rushing CMU – Damon Tolbert 11-79, John King 6-51, Eric Johnson 16-47, Erik Timpf 12-6, Andy Korytkowski 1-(-7), Chad Darnell 5-(-24) UNLV – DeJohn Branch 13-125, Henry Bailey 7-79, Jared Brown 6-32, Jonathan Perez 7-31, Omar Love 6-21, Jason Davis 3-13

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Passing CMU – Erik Timpf 7-12-2 for 122, Chad Darnell 6-13-0 for 102 UNLV – Jared Brown 11-21-0 for 195, Jason Davis 4-6-0 for 93 Receiving CMU – Terrance McMillan 4-100, Andy Korytkowski 3-44, Jerremy Dunlap 3-40, Jerry Miller 2-32, Eric Johnson 1-8 UNLV – Randy Gatewood 6-104, Henry Bailey 5-101, Daemon Keener 1-33, Mike Bell 1-31, Tom Lewis 1-12, Randy Brewer 1-7

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Las Vegas Bowl III marked the second time in 1994 that the Central Michigan University Chippewas and the University of Nevada-Las Vegas Rebels met. The Chippewas won the earlier contest 35-23 in Mount Pleasant. CMU could not capture the second meeting as the Chippewas fell to the Rebels, 52-24. CMU entered the bowl game on a high note after defeating Bowling Green in a winnertake-all game for the MAC title. In preparing for the bowl game, however, All-American tailback Brian Pruitt suffered a bruised knee and was unable to play in the second battle with UNLV. The Rebels jumped out to an early lead, scoring on their first two possessions. A Brad Blasy 20-yard field goal put CMU on the scoreboard with 3:44 left in the first quarter. On the last play of the quarter, Erik Timpf hit Terrance McMillan with a 53-yard touchdown pass, cutting the UNLV lead to 14-10. The second quarter belonged to UNLV as three CMU turnovers resulted in 17 Rebels points. UNLV took a 31-10 lead into the locker room at halftime. The CMU offense struggled in the third quarter as starting quarterback Timpf was forced out of the game with an injury. The Chippewas were held scoreless while UNLV added two touchdowns. The Rebels expanded the lead to 52-10 by scoring on the first possession of the fourth quarter. Chad Darnell then threw a 24-yard TD pass to Terrance McMillan with 8:10 left in the game. Damon Tolbert added a four-yard rushing TD with 1:33 left in the game before it ended, 52-24.

CMU 10 0 0 14 24 Nevada-Las Vegas 14 17 14 7 52 Scoring Qtr Play UNLV 1 Bailey 46-yard pass from Brown (Garritano PAT) UNLV 1 Bailey 1-yard run (Garritano PAT) CMU 1 Blasy 20-yard field goal CMU 1 McMillan 53-yard pass from Timpf (Blasy PAT) UNLV 2 Bailey 49-yard run (Garritano PAT) UNLV 2 Washington 15-yard fumble return (Garritano PAT) UNLV 2 Garritano 38-yard field goal UNLV 3 Bailey 1-yard run (Garritano PAT) UNLV 3 Keener 33-yard pass from Brown (Garritano PAT) UNLV 4 Gatewood 45-yard pass from Davis (Garritano PAT) CMU 4 McMillan 24-yard pass from Darnell (Blasy PAT) CMU 4 Tolbert 4-yard run (Blasy PAT)

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MAC Championship Game CMU 31, Ohio 10 November 30, 2006 Detroit, Mich.

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Central Michigan University won its first appearance in the Mid-American Conference Championship Game, topping the Ohio Bobcats, 31-10, at Ford Field in downtown Detroit, Mich. Senior wideout Damien Linson was named the game’s Most Valuable Player after making seven catches, several of the spectacular one-handed variety, for 191 yards and a touchdown to lead the Chippewa aerial attack. His 71-yard catch-and-run for a score in the second quarter proved to be the game-winner, snapping a 7-7 tie. CMU grabbed the early lead, taking the ball on its second possession and marching 89 yards in just seven plays to go up 7-0 on OU. Freshman QB Dan LeFevour capped the drive with a 6-yard scoring toss to Obed Cétoute in the back corner of the end zone. Ohio tied things up at seven early in the second quarter on a 2-yard run from Kalvin McRae. Linson’s long score put CMU back in front and a 27-yard field goal from Rick Albreski just before halftime gave the Chippewas a 10-point lead at the break. The only points of the third quarter came when Ohio kicker Matt Lasher kicked a 33-yard field goal to draw OU within seven, 17-10. CMU put the game on ice in the fourth quarter, with Ontario Sneed scoring twice on a 4-yard pass from LeFevour and a MAC Championship game record 96-yard touchdown run to make the final score 31-10 in favor of CMU. LeFevour finished the game 22-of-30 for 314 yards and three touchdowns. Sneed rushed for 130 yards on just nine carries with a TD. The Chippewa defense limited the best rushing attack in the MAC to just 87 yards on 39 carries and forced three turnovers.

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CMU 7 10 0 14 31 Ohio 0 7 3 0 10 Scoring Qt r Play CMU 1 Cétoute 6-yard pass from LeFevour (Albreski PAT) Ohio 2 McRae 2-yard run (Lasher PAT) CMU 2 Linson 71-yard pass from LeFevour (Albreski PAT) CMU 2 Albreski 27-yard field goal Ohio 3 Lasher 33-yard field goal CMU 4 Sneed 4-yard pass from LeFevour (Albreski PAT) CMU 4 Sneed 96-yard run (Albreski PAT) Attendance – 25,483 First Downs Rushing Attempts Net Rushing Net Passing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Interceptions Total Plays Total Net Yards Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Time of Possession

CMU Ohio 17 16 21 39 143 87 314 137 30 27 22 17 1 2 51 66 457 224 0/0 2/1 2/20 4/35 23:54 36:06

Rushing CMU – Ontario Sneed 9-130, Marcel Archer 3-11, Dan LeFevour 7-10, TM 1-(-2), Damien Linson 1-(-6) OU – Kalvin McRae 20-76, Brad Bower 12-10, Mitch Morsillo 2-4, Scott Mayle 1-3, Chris Garrett 1-3, Voncarie Owens 1-2, Austen Everson 1-(-5), Josh Febus 1-(-6) Passing CMU – Dan LeFevour 22-30-1 for 314 OU – Brad Bower 13-19-2 for 122; Austen Everson 3-5-0 for 14, Josh Febus 1-3-0 for 1 Receiving CMU – Damien Linson 7-191, Bryan Anderson 6-70, Obed Cétoute 6-41, Ontario Sneed 2-5, Justin Gardner 1-7 OU – Rudy Sylvan 4-11, Chris Garret 3-39, Kalvin McRae 2-30, Taylor Price 2-18, Scott Mayle 2-15, Chido Nwokocha 1-16, Justin Fitzgerald 1-6, Thomas Christy 1-3, Mitch Morsillo 1-(-1)

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Motor City Bowl

CMU 31, Middle Tennessee State 14 December 26, 2006 Detroit, Mich.

First Downs Rushing Attempts Net Rushing Net Passing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Interceptions Total Plays Total Net Yards Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Time of Possession

CMU MTSU 22 19 32 30 149 61 162 259 26 41 16 27 1 2 58 71 311 320 0/0 0/0 4/55 10/103 23:19 36:41

Passing CMU – Dan LeFevour 16-26-0 for 162 MTSU – Clint Marks 25-37-2 for 251, Joe Craddock 2-4-0 for 8

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Receiving CMU – Bryan Anderson 6-51 Ontario Sneed 6-48, Justin Gardner 2-30, Obed Cétoute 1-20, Damien Linson 1-13 MTSU – Desmond Gee 9-63, Joe Grigsby 5-86, Eugene Gross 3-24, Bobby Williams 3-21, Pierre Ingram 2-15, DeMarco McNair 2-13, Taron Henry 1-16, Clinton Corder 1-13, Michael Cannon 1-8

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Rushing CMU – Dan LeFevour 15-69, Ontario Sneed 11-48, Marcel Archer 4-26, Bryan Anderson 1-11, Damien Linson 1-(-5) MTSU – Eugene Gross 12-37, DeMarco McNair 11-23, Desmond Gee 1-13, Joe Craddock 1-2, Clint Marks 5-(-14)

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Attendance – 54,113

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The Central Michigan University Chippewas won their first Division I-A bowl game in impressive fashion, and picked up their second victory at Ford Field in less than a month with a resounding 31-14 triumph over Middle Tennessee State in the Motor City Bowl in Detroit, Mich. A Motor City Bowl-record crowd of 54,113, most of them clad in maroon and gold, saw CMU score touchdowns on its first two offensive possessions to grab a 14-0 lead less than 10 minutes into the game. Ontario Sneed scored on a 1-yard run and on a 29-yard pass from redshirt freshman quarterback Dan LeFevour, the first of two scoring strikes from the record-setting Chippewa signal-caller. After MTSU narrowed the lead to 14-7 on a touchdown run by Eugene Gross, LeFevour needed only 35 seconds to put CMU back up by two scores, capping a quick scoring drive with a 9-yard TD run of his own. CMU led, 21-7, at the half. The defense took care of putting the game away early in the third quarter. Senior defensive end Dan Bazuin, who was named the game’s UAW Most Outstanding Lineman, hit MTSU quarterback Clint Marks, forcing a wobbly pass that was easily intercepted by CMU linebacker Doug Kress. Kress raced up the left sideline and went 56 yards with the return for a touchdown, bumping the lead to 28-7 and burying MTSU’s hopes for a comeback. LeFevour was the Motor City Bowl MVP, going 16-of-26 for 162 yards and a TD through the air and adding another 69 yards and a score on 15 carries on the ground. Bazuin led the defense with a pair of sacks among his eight tackles, while Kress and Red Keith both had nine tackles for CMU.

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CMU 14 7 7 3 31 Middle Tennessee 0 7 0 7 14 Scoring Qtr Play CMU 1 Sneed 1-yard run (Albreski PAT) CMU 1 Sneed 29-yard pass from LeFevour (Albreski PAT) MTSU 2 Gross 3-yard run (Smith PAT) CMU 2 LeFevour 9-yard run (Albreski PAT) CMU 3 Kress 56-yard interception return (Albreski PAT) MTSU 4 McNair 6-yard run (Smith PAT) CMU 4 Albreski 43-yard field goal

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MAC Championship Game CMU 35, Miami 10 December 1, 2007 Detroit, Mich.

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Central Michigan University became just the second program to win the MAC Championship Game in back-to-back seasons, defeating Miami 35-10 at Ford Field in Detroit. Dan LeFevour was voted the Chippewas’ Most Valuable Player after rushing for 170 yards and two touchdowns and passing for 185 yards and a score. The game pitted the conference’s top statistical offense (CMU), with MAC Offensive Player of the Year Dan LeFevour, against its top statistical defense (Miami), with MAC Defensive Player of the Year Clayton Mullins. Miami entered the game allowing just 18.6 points and 295.1 yards per game against conference opponents; the Chippewas rolled up 28 points in the second half alone and finished with 452 yards of offense. CMU opened the scoring on its second possession when LeFevour connected with Kito Poblah for a 3-yard touchdown pass. The score remained 7-0 until midway through the third quarter. Nate Parseghian booted a 38-yard field goal with 6:23 left in the third to put Miami on the scoreboard, but LeFevour answered with a 21-yard touchdown run just 80 seconds later. CMU would find the end zone on each of its next three possessions as well, with Ontario Sneed scoring on runs of 1 and 7 yards and LeFevour capping the win with a 28-yard touchdown run. The 25-point margin of victory was the largest in MAC Championship Game history. With the victory, Butch Jones became just the ninth head coach to win a MAC title in his first season.

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Miami 0 0 3 7 10 CMU 7 0 7 21 35 Scoring Qtr Play CMU 1 Poblah 3-yard pass from LeFevour (Aguila PAT) Miami 3 Parseghian 38-yard field goal CMU 3 LeFevour 21-yard run (Aguila PAT) CMU 4 Sneed 1-yard run (Aguila PAT) Miami 4 Robinson 12-yard pass from Radabaugh (Parseghian PAT) CMU 4 Sneed 7-yard run (Aguila PAT) CMU 4 LeFevour 28-yard run (Aguila PAT) Attendance – 25,013 First Downs Rushing Attempts Net Rushing Net Passing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Interceptions Total Plays Total Net Yards Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Time of Possession

Miami CMU 19 23 25 44 52 267 254 185 50 34 29 24 2 2 75 78 306 452 1/0 0/0 3/20 6/54 31:01 28:59

Rushing CMU – Dan LeFevour 20-170, Ontario Sneed 17-67, Antonio Brown 1-23, Carl Volny 4-11, TM 2-(-4) Miami – Dan Radabaugh 4-21, Cory Jones 10-19, Jamal Rogers 2-11, Austin Sykes 6-6, Thomas Merriweather 1-4, Eugene Harris 1-(-4), TM 1-(-5) Passing CMU – Dan LeFevour 24-34-2 for 185 Miami – Dan Radabaugh 29-50-2 for 254 Receiving CMU – Antonio Brown 6-30, Bryan Anderson 5-34, Duane Brooks 4-53, Kito Poblah 4-29, Ontario Sneed 2-20, Carol Volny 2-10, J.J. Watt 1-9 Miami – Eugene Harris 6-41, Armand Robinson 4-51, Donovan Potter 4-25, Cory Jones 4-17, Jamal Rogers 3-9, Dustin Woods 2-61, Jared Elliott 2-29, Chris Givens 1-7, Tom Crabtree 1-6, Austin Sykes 1-5, Pat Shepard 1-3

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Motor City Bowl

Game Statistics

Purdue 51, CMU 48 December 26, 2007 Detroit, Mich.

PU CMU 28 22 27 44 41 143 546 292 54 35 35 17 2 0 81 79 587 435 2/1 0/0 6/44 3/20 29:18 30:42

Rushing CMU – Dan LeFevour 33-114, Justin Hoskins 6-15, Antonio Brown 2-14, Ontario Sneed 2-2, TM 1-(-2) PU – Kory Sheets 12-27, Jaycen Taylor 10-23, TM 1-(-3), Curtis Painter 4-(-6)

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First Downs Rushing Attempts Net Rushing Net Passing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Interceptions Total Plays Total Net Yards Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Time of Possession

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Passing CMU – Dan LeFevour 17-34-0 for 292; Antonio Brown 0-1-1 for 0 PU – Curtis Painter 35-54-2 for 546 Receiving CMU – Bryan Anderson 7-129, Antonio Brown 4-94, Duane Brooks 2-50, Ontario Sneed 2-9, Kito Poblah 1-5, J.J. Watt 1-5 PU – Greg Orton 9-136, Jake Standeford 8-112, Dustin Keller 7-150, Dorien Bryant 5-65, Kory Sheets 3-46, Jaycen Taylor 2-11, Desmond Tardy 1-26

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Attendance – 60,624

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Chris Summers’ 40-yard field goal on the final play lifted Purdue to a 51-48 win over CMU in the highest scoring Motor City Bowl in history. An MCB record crowd of 60,624 took in an offensive shootout that featured 1,022 yards of offense and saw the Chippewas twice tie the score after trailing by 21 points three times. Dan LeFevour hit Bryan Anderson for a 19yard touchdown with 1:09 remaining. Andrew Aguila’s point-after evened the score at 48-48. Curtis Painter then completed 4-of-5 passes to set up the game-winning kick. Nick Bellore, who finished with a game-high 11 tackles, intercepted a pass on the game’s opening possession that led to a 27-yard Aguila field goal and a 3-0 CMU lead just over two minutes into the contest. The Boilermakers scored on six straight possessions to close the first half. CMU, meanwhile, mustered a 47-yard field goal and a 49-yard scoring pass from LeFevour to Anderson and trailed 34-13 at halftime. Antonio Brown scored on a 76-yard catchand-run on the second play of the third quarter, but Painter threw a scoring pass to Jake Standeford with 12:53 remaining in the period. LeFevour threw a 10-yard TD pass to Anderson and scored on runs of 9 and 4 yards to tie the score at 41 with 10 seconds left in the third quarter. Purdue went back in front on Jaycen Taylor’s 13-yard run with 8:19 left. CMU took over on its own 34-yard line with 2:15 left. Facing third-and-16 from the 28, LeFevour hit Duane Brooks for 24 yards, Anderson for 13 yards, ran for 16 yards and connected with Anderson for 19 yards in succession to draw the Chippewas even on the scoreboard for the final time.

Purdue 21 13 7 10 51 CMU 6 7 28 7 48 Scoring Qtr Play CMU 1 Aguila 27-yard field goal PU 1 Sheets 1-yard run (Summers PAT) PU 1 Orton 29-yard pass from Painter (Summers PAT) CMU 1 Aguila 47-yard field goal PU 1 Keller 62-yard pass from Painter (Summers PAT) PU 2 Summers 30-yard field goal PU 2 Summers 21-yard field goal CMU 2 Anderson 49-yard pass from LeFevour (Aguila PAT) PU 2 Sheets 1-yard run (Summers PAT) CMU 3 Brown 76-yard pass from LeFevour (Aguila PAT) PU 3 Standeford 19-yard pass from Painter (Summers PAT) CMU 3 Anderson 10-yard pass from LeFevour (Aguila PAT) CMU 3 LeFevour 9-yard run (Aguila PAT) CMU 3 LeFevour 4-yard run (Aguila PAT) PU 4 Taylor 13-yard run (Summers PAT) CMU 4 Anderson 19-yard pass from LeFevour (Aguila PAT) PU 4 Summers 40-yard field goal

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Motor City Bowl

Florida Atlantic 24, CMU 21 December 26, 2008 Detroit, Mich.

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Rusty Smith threw for 306 yards and two touchdowns to lead Florida Atlantic to a 24-21 win in the Motor City Bowl. Smith threw touchdown passes of 52 yards to Chris Bonner and 18 yards to Cortez Gent to give the Owls a 24-13 lead after the game was tied 1010 at halftime. The Chippewas drew within 24-21 on a 15-yard touchdown pass from Dan LeFevour to Antonio Brown and two-point conversion pass from LeFevour to Kito Poblah with 3:09 left. FAU, however, recovered the onside-kick and picked up three first downs to erase the clock. Nick Bellore recovered a Smith fumble on the Owls’ second possession to set up the Chippewas at their own 42-yard line, but LeFevour was intercepted on the next snap.DiIvory Edgecomb scored on a 1-yard dive six plays later to give FAU a 7-0 lead. After the teams traded punts, CMU covered 75 yards in eight plays to tie the score. Poblah made a one-handed catch of a LeFevour throw for the score. Brown’s 29-yard punt return on the ensuing possession set up a 35-yard Andrew Aguila field goal that gave the Chippewas a 10-7 lead with 9:30 left in the half. Ross Gornall tied the score with a 36-yard field goal in the half’s final minute. The Chippewas punted to open the second half, and FAU went in front for good on the following possession. A roughing the passer penalty on third-and-5 extended the drive, and on the next snap Smith hit Bonner with a 52-yard scoring toss. CMU drove inside Florida Atlantic’s 20-yard line on the next possession, but had to settle for a 33yard Aguila field goal. Florida Atlantic was forced to punt, and Brown turned a reverse into a 72-yard touchdown on the final play of the third quarter that momentarily gave the Chippewas the lead. An offsides penalty against FAU and a facemasking penalty against CMU negated the play, and CMU eventually had to punt. Smith’s touchdown pass to Gent nine plays after the punt gave FAU a double-digit lead with 10:17 left. CMU then drove to the FAU 1-yard line, but a penalty and two incompletions ended the threat. The CMU defense forced a three-and-out to set up LeFevour’s touchdown pass to Brown, but it was as close as the Chippewas would get.

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Florida Atlantic 7 3 7 7 24 CMU 0 10 3 8 21 Scoring Qtr Play FAU 1 Edgecomb 1-yard run (Gornall PAT) CMU 2 Poblah 5-yard pass from LeFevour (Aguila PAT) CMU 2 Aguila 35-yard field goal FAU 2 Gornall 36-yard field goal FAU 3 Bonner 52-yard pass from Smith (Gornall PAT) CMU 3 Aguila 33-yard field goal FAU 4 Gent 18-yard pass from Smith (Gornall PAT) CMU 4 Brown 15-yard pass from LeFevour (Poblah pass from LeFevour) Attendance – 41,399 First Downs Rushing Attempts Net Rushing Net Passing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Interceptions Total Plays Total Net Yards Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Time of Possession

FAU CMU 27 20 36 31 112 127 306 253 36 40 20 28 0 1 72 71 418 380 2/1 1/0 2/25 5/45 32:10 27:50

Rushing CMU – Dan LeFevour 14-56, Justin Hoskins 5-30, Ontario Sneed 8-29, Antonio Brown 2-13, Bryan Schroeder 1-0, TM 1-(-1) FAU – Charles Pierre 16-77, DiIvory Edgecomb 9-47, Willie Rose 4-14, TM 2-(-4), Rusty Smith 4-(-22) Passing CMU – Dan LeFevour 28-40-1 for 253 FAU – Rusty Smith 20-35-0 for 306; Cortez Gent 0-1-0 for 0 Receiving CMU – Antonio Brown 11-92, Kito Poblah 6-60, Bryan Anderson 4-30, Joe Bockheim 3-42, Bryan Schroeder 2-18, Justin Hoskins 1-11, Ontario Sneed 1-0 FAU – Cortez Gent 7-98, Jamari Grant 5-70, Chris Bonner 3-85, Rob Housler 3-27, Willie Rose 1-29, DiIvory Edgecomb 1-(-3)

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MAC Championship Game CMU 20, Ohio 10 December 4, 2009 Detroit, Mich.

Attendance – 23,714 Ohio CMU 16 28 29 41 108 126 167 255 27 39 11 28 0 1 56 80 275 381 1/1 0/0 6/60 9/80 23:18 36:42

Rushing CMU – Bryan Schroeder 16-72, Dan LeFevour 17-51, Carl Volny 3-12, Antonio Brown 2-0, TM 3-(-9) Ohio – Chris Garrett 8-42, Theo Scott 9-36, Donte Harden 4-17, Taylor Price 3-10, Vince Davidson 3-4, Tyler Tettleton 2-(-1)

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Passing CMU – Dan LeFevour 28-39-1 for 255 Ohio – Theo Scott 10-23-0 for 138, Tyler Tettleton 0-3-0 for 0, Taylor Price 1-1-0 for 29 Receiving CMU – Antonio Brown 8-66, Bryan Anderson 7-54, Bryan Schroeder 5-53, Kito Poblah 4-44, Cody Wilson 3-27, David Blackburn 1-11 Ohio – Terrence McCrae 7-141, LaVon Brazill 1-19, Steven Goulet 1-5, Taylor Price 1-2, Chris Garrett 1-0

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Dan LeFevour completed 28-of-39 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns to break the NCAA record for career touchdowns, leading CMU to a 20-10 victory over Ohio in the 2009 Mid-American Conference Championship game. The Chippewas got on the board at the 5:22 mark of the first quarter on a 14-yard pass from LeFevour to Cody Wilson. Frank Zombo recovered a backward pass at the Ohio 36, but the Chippewas’ offense stalled inside the 10-yard line and Andrew Aguila’s field goal extended the lead. The Bobcats responded with a trick play, with Terrence McCrae hauling in a 29-yard reverse pass from Taylor Price. CMU added an 8-yard touchdown pass from LeFevour to Bryan Anderson in the final minute of the first half to stretch the lead to 17-7. Aguila’s second field goal, a 19-yarder, gave CMU a 20-7 lead with 9:07 remaining in the third quarter. Ohio responded with a 36-yard field goal with 5:36 left in the period. CMU’s defense took over from there, forcing a punt on Ohio’s next possession. Later, a sack by Zombo on third-and-nine forced a 52-yard field goal attempt by Ohio that sailed wide left, and the defense would clinch the victory on a diving tackle by Larry Knight on Theo Scott to drop him shy of the first down on fourth-andfive with two minutes left.

Game Statistics

Ohio 7 0 3 0 10 CMU 10 7 3 0 20 Scoring Qtr Play CMU 1 C. Wilson 14-yard pass from LeFevour (Aguila PAT) CMU 1 Aguila 25-yard field goal Ohio 1 McRae 29-yard pass from Price (Weller PAT) CMU 2 Anderson 8-yard pass from LeFevour (Aguila PAT) CMU 3 Aguila 19-yard field goal Ohio 3 Weller 36-yard field goal

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GMAC Bowl

No. 25 CMU 44, Troy 41 (2OT) January 6, 2010 Mobile, Ala.

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The school-record tying 38th victory by Central Michigan’s senior class may have been its most memorable. Senior quarterback Dan LeFevour threw for a careerhigh 395 yards, and a trio of clutch special teams plays lifted the No. 25 Chippewas to a 44-41 double-overtime victory over Troy. Andrew Aguila’s school-record fifth field goal--a 37-yarder in the second overtime--capped a comeback that saw the Chippewas rally from a 12-point fourthquarter deficit. A game that featured two of the top statistical offenses in the country turned into a defensive slugfest in the first half. Levi Brown’s 9-yard scoring pass to DuJuan Harris was the only touchdown in the first 30 minutes, and Troy took a 10-9 lead into halftime. CMU’s only punt of the game opened the fourth quarter, and Troy appeared to have taken control of the game when Harris scored on a 1-yard run with 8:01 remaining. His score stretched the Troy lead to 31-19. Brown returned the ensuing kickoff 95 yards for a touchdown to jump-start the Chippewas’ rally. CMU regained possession at its own 15-yard line with 4:22 remaining, and LeFevour directed one of the most memorable drives of his career to give the Chippewas the lead. He hit Brown for 27 yards on second-and-15, Brown for 8 yards on third-and-2, Cody Wilson for 7 yards on third-and-4 and Brown again for 30 yards on the next snap before connecting with Bryan Anderson on a 4-yard touchdown pass. LeFevour then tossed a twopoint conversion pass to Kito Poblah to give CMU a 34-31 lead with 1:17 remaining. Jernigan returned the kickoff 32 yards to the Troy 37yard line, and Brown completed a pair of passes to move the Trojans to the CMU 29-yard line. Michael Taylor’s 46-yard field goal with 31 seconds remaining forced overtime. CMU needed just three plays to score in the first overtime period. LeFevour rushed for no gain, threw to Anderson for 12 yards and scrambled for a 13-yard touchdown to put the Chippewas in front. Brown hit Jason Bruce for 18 yards on third-and-5 from the 20-yard line on Troy’s first possession, and two plays later Shawn Southward tied the score on a 1-yard run. Troy’s offense remained on the field to begin the second overtime period. After stalling the Chippewas’ 14-yard line, and Taylor lined up for a 31-yard field goal attempt. CMU’s Vince Agnew raced untouched around Troy’s right end and blocked the field goal attempt, giving the Chippewas an opportunity to win the game. Three-yard runs by Brown and Bryan Schroeder moved the ball to the Troy 19-yard line, and Aguila booted the game-winning field goal from 37 yards out. LeFevour was named the GMAC Bowl Most Valuable Player. Brown was selected offensive MVP, Agnew defensive MVP and Aguila special teams MVP.

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CMU 3 6 10 15 10 44 Troy 7 3 14 10 7 41 Scoring Qtr Play Troy 1 Harris 9-yard pass from Brown (Taylor PAT) CMU 1 Aguila 28-yard field goal CMU 2 Aguila 35-yard field goal Troy 2 Taylor 22-yard field goal CMU 2 guila 44-yard field goal Troy 3 Southward 1-yard run (Taylor PAT) CMU 3 Aguila 42-yard field goal CMU 3 Brown 7-yard run (Aguila PAT) Troy 3 Harris 6-yard run (Taylor kick) Troy 4 Harris 1-yard run (Taylor kick) CMU 4 Brown 95-yard kickoff return (Aguila PAT) CMU 4 Anderson 4-yard pass from LeFevour (Poblah pass from LeFevour) Troy 4 Taylor 46-yard field goal CMU OT LeFevour 13-yard run (Aguila PAT) Troy OT Southward 1-yard run (Taylor PAT) CMU OT Aguila 37-yard field goal Attendance – 34,486 First Downs Rushing Attempts Net Rushing Net Passing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Interceptions Total Plays Total Net Yards Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Time of Possession

Troy CMU 27 31 27 39 109 169 395 403 56 57 33 32 1 0 83 96 504 572 0/0 2/1 4/31 8/63 26:35 33:25

Rushing CMU – Bryan Schroeder 13-73, Antonio Brown 4-22, Dan LeFevour 9-12, Carl Volny 1-2 Troy – DuJuan Harris 14-112, Jerrel Jernigan 6-39, Shawn Southward 10-28, Maurice Greer 1-2, Levi Brown 8-(-12) Passing CMU – Dan LeFevour 33-55-1 for 395, Antonio Brown 0-1-0 for 0 Troy – Levi Brown 31-56-0 for 386; Cornelius Williams 1-1-0 for 17 Receiving CMU – Antonio Brown 13-178, Bryan Anderson 7-84, Cody Wilson 4-36, Kito Poblah 3-50, Bryan Schroeder 3-14, Carl Volny 1-17, Jeremy Wilson 1-12, David Blackburn 1-4 Troy – Jerrel Jernigan 9-154, Jason Bruce 4-51, DuJuan Harris 4-49, Shawn Southward 3-29, Tebiarus Gill 3-28, Patrick Cherry 2-26, Cornelius Williams 2-21, Zack Marcum 2-9, Levi Brown 1-17, Josh Jarboe 1-12, Andrew Davis 1-7

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Game Statistics

CMU 24, Western Kentucky 21 December 26, 2012 Detroit, Mich.

First Downs Rushing Attempts Net Rushing Net Passing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Interceptions Total Plays Total Net Yards Fumbles/Lost Penalties/Yards Time of Possession

WKU CMU 13 23 32 34 128 140 199 253 24 31 14 19 0 0 56 65 327 393 2/0 2/0 7-60 6-50 28:10 31:50

Rushing CMU – Zurlon Tipton 23-101, Saylor Lavallii 4-28, Connor Odykirk 1-15, Radcliff 4-2, TM 2-(-6) WKU – Antonio Andrews 27-119, Kadeem Jones 2-6, Nick Baisch 1-2, Kawaun Jakes 2-1

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Passing CMU – Ryan Radcliff 19-29-0 for 253, TM 0-2-0 WKU – Kawaun Jakes 14-24-0 for 199 Receiving CMU – Cody Wilson 10-101, Andrew Flory 3-105, Zurlon Tipton 2-29, Jesse Kroll 1-8, Adam Fenton 1-6, Ben McCord 1-4, Connor Odykirk 1-0 WKU – Jack Doyle 6-36, Willie McNeal 3-50, Antonio Andrews 3-21, Rico Brown 1-70, Kadeem Jones 1-22

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Attendance – 23,310

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Quarterback Ryan Radcliff threw a perfect strike to senior receiver Cody Wilson midway through the fourth quarter and Central Michigan’s defense got a late fourth down stop to lead the Chippewas to a 24-21 victory over Western Kentucky to win the 2012 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. Radcliff was named the game’s Most Valuable Player while junior linebacker Shamari Benton was named the Outstanding Lineman. Benton led CMU in tackles for the seventh time this season, recording nine. The winning touchdown came on a second and goal with 5:11 left in the game. Radcliff threaded the needle between two WKU defenders to find Wilson in the corner of the end zone. The senior signal caller finished the game 19-of-29 for 253 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions while Wilson had 10 catches for 101 yards and the one touchdown. After CMU scored, the Hilltoppers drove the ball down to the CMU 19-yard line where they faced a fourth and two with 51 seconds remaining. Western Kentucky ran a play-action pass to tight end Jack Doyle, but he was blanketed by CMU defenders and the pass fell incomplete. CMU then ran out the clock. CMU’s winning touchdown drive began at the WKU 26-yard line after a blocked punt by junior safety Avery Cunningham. The blocked punt capped off a string of controversial plays that began with a reversal of a Zurlon Tipton touchdown. The officials first ruled that Tipton had scored on a one-yard drive on fourth down but the replay official reversed the call. That gave the Hilltoppers the ball at the CMU half-yard line. CMU’s defense tightened up, allowing just two yards to force a threeand-out. Cunningham blocked the punt after a low snap and the Chippewas were in business. Central Michigan got off to a fast start after Radcliff connected on a 69-yard touchdown strike to redshirt freshman receiver Andrew Flory at 10:54 of the first quarter. Western Kentucky answered with a six-yard quarterback run by Kawaun Jakes after he connected with Rico Brown for 70 yards on a trick play on the first offensive play of the game for the Hilltoppers. CMU responded with another Radcliff-to-Flory touchdown connection, this time from 29 yards out with 5:46 to go in the first quarter. After three straight punts, CMU got the running game going as Tipton had 40 yards on a drive that led to a 50-yard Davis Harman field goal, making it 17-7 CMU. The field goal set the CMU bowl record and tied the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl mark. CMU’s special teams played an important part in the victory. Junior punter Richie Hogan averaged 57.3 yards per punt including a bowl-record 82-yard boot in the first quarter. CMU also limited WKU’s Antonio Andrews to just 40 kick return yards and four yards on punt returns. Andrews entered the game leading the FBS in all-purpose yards and was within reach to break Barry Sanders’ NCAA record all-purpose yards but was held short of the record by CMU.

WKU 7 7 7 0 21 CMU 14 3 0 7 24 Scoring Qtr Play CMU 1 Flory 69-yard pass from Radcliff (Harman PAT) WKU 1 Jakes 6-yard rush (Schwettman PAT) CMU 1 Flory 29-yard pass from Radcliff (Harman PAT) CMU 2 Harman 50-yard field goal WKU 2 Doyle 6-yard pass from Jakes (Schwettman PAT) WKU 3 Jones 1-yard rush (Schwettman PAT) CMU 4 Wilson 11-yard pass from Radcliff (Harman PAT)

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A Abbott, Vernon ............................................. 1917-18 Abdo, Ed ................................................................1950 Acitelli, James ............................................... 1965-67 Ackley, Thomas ............................................. 1967-68 Adam, Joe ....................................................... 1996-99 Adams, Curtis ................................................ 1981-84 Adams, Dale ..........................................................1930 Adams, Dimitri .....................................................1992 Adams, Larry ................................................. 1968-69 Addae, Jahleel .............................................. 2009-12 Adler, Doug .................................................... 1988-91 Agnew, Vince ................................................. 2007-10 Aguila, Andrew ............................................. 2007-09 Ahmeti, Ramadan................................................2012 Aho, Ernie ....................................................... 1936-38 Ajoku, Ike ...............................................................2000 Alban, Richard .....................................................1944 Albrant, Lyle ................................................... 1959-60 Albreski, Rick ................................................. 2005-06 Alderton, George ................................................1918 Alexander, Chad ........................................... 1995-97 Alexander, James ............................. 1997, 1999-00 Alferink, Scott ............................................... 1985-88 Alldread, Floyd .................................. 1918, 1920-21 Allen, Bill ......................................................... 1976-78 Allen, Craig ..................................................... 1985-88 Allen, Reggie ................................................. 1995-98 Allen, Ross ...................................................... 1939-41 Allen, Travis .................................................... 1995-96 Almy, Avery ...........................................................1916 Alpers, Shawn ............................................... 1993-96 Alward, George ............................................ 1959-62 Amble, Richard ....................................................1959 Ambrose, Charles ............................ 1976, 1978-79 Andary, Jacob ......................................................1922 Anderson, Bryan .......................................... 2006-09 Anderson, Charles ..............................................1948 Anderson, Dan .....................................................1931 Anderson, Myron ................................................1957 Anderson, Stanley ..............................................1924 Andrews, John .....................................................1946 Andrews, Morris ..................................................1956 Angeli, Jeff ..................................................... 1995-96 Ankney, Pat ...........................................................1944 Annese, Steve ............................................... 1977-79 Annis, Tom .............................................................1963 Antico, Bill .............................................................1957 Antonides, Tim .............................................. 1988-90 Archer, Antrione ........................................... 2007-08 Archer, Marcel ............................................... 2006-07 Arsenault, Pat .................................... 1957, 1959-60 Armour, Thomas .......................................... 1965-67 Arnold, Jon ............................................................1925 Arnoldink, Grant .................................................2004 Arras, Andrew ............................................... 1948-49 Arscott, Ed .............................................................1935 Asken, Greg ................................................... 1982-83 Aslin, Gary .............................................................1962 Asp, Glen ................................................................1971 Austin, Phil ............................................................1945 Avery, Harry ................................................... 1934-35 Ayling, Thad ..........................................................1903 Azzanni, Zach .......................................................1998

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B Babladelis, Paul ...................................................1971 Bach, Don ..............................................................1962 Baginski, Gary ............................................... 1972-74 Baillargeon, Gary ................................................1950

Baker .......................................................................1905 Baldwin, Dean ......................................................1999 Ball, Mike ......................................................... 1976-79 Ball, Raeshon ................................................. 2004-05 Ballagh, Clare ................................................ 1936-38 Balom, Talic ...........................................................1998 Banaszak, William ...............................................1952 Banfield, Ralph .............................................. 1938-40 Banks, Tim ...................................................... 1991-94 Barberi, Carlo ................................................. 1936-38 Barense, Doug .....................................................1970 Bargetz, Bill ...........................................................1944 Barry, Kevin ........................................ 1997, 1999-00 Barth, Carl ....................................................... 1994-95 Barker, Charles .............................................. 1965-66 Barker, Richard .............................................. 1990-93 Barlow, Bob ...........................................................1946 Barnard, Richard .................................................1950 Barron, Ken .................................................... 1951-53 Barrows, Jack ................................................. 1965-66 Bartell, Ron ..................................................... 2001-02 Bartnick, Lucien ............................................ 1939-42 Bartnick, Marty ............................................. 1969-71 Basirico, David .............................................. 1986-89 Baskins, Richard ........................................... 1981-84 Baucus, Jack ..........................................................1958 Bazuin, Dan ................................................... 2003-06 Beach, Don ..................................................... 1951-52 Beach III, Walt ................................................ 1956-59 Beamish, Nick........................................................2012 Beardsley, Scott ...................................................1972 Bearss, Roger ................................................. 1984-86 Becker, Hiram ................................................ 1938-40 Becker, Marshall ..................................................1907 Beddow, Fred .................................... 1919-20, 1922 Beddow, John ............................................... 1920-23 Bedtelyon, Edwin ................................................1897 Beemer, Don .................................................. 1957-60 Bell, Allen ...............................................................1960 Bell, Doug ....................................................... 1969-71 Bellile, Gary ...........................................................1962 Bellore, Nick ................................................... 2007-10 Belt, Scott ....................................................... 1972-74 Bender, Jeff .................................................... 1988-91 Benedict, Jack ............................................... 1965-66 Benke, Adam ........................................................2006 Bennett, Kent .......................................................1950 Bennett, Lyle ................................................. 1925-26 Bennett, Mark ............................................... 1972-74 Bennis, Dale ................................................... 1980-83 Bennyhoff, Brian .......................................... 2008-11 Bensley, Loren ......................................................1955 Bentley, Jake .................................................. 2009-10 Bentley, Ray ................................................... 1980-82 Benton, Shamari .......................................... 2010-12 Beracy, David.........................................................1963 Berentsen, Ken ............................................. 1949-50 Berg, Cecil ..............................................................1956 Berg, Don ...............................................................1943 Bernardi, Alden ............................................ 1956-59 Berning, Matt ................................................ 2007-10 Bevier, Mike ....................................... 1981, 1983-84 Bevington, Gary ........................................... 1971-73 Bickel, Ken ...................................................... 1961-64 Bidne, David .................................................. 1936-38 Bielecki, Paul .................................................. 1990-91 Bieniek, Gerald ....................................................1961 Billops, Brian .................................................. 1981-82 Binkowski, Henry ......................................... 1974-75 Birnbaum, Mark ............................................ 1979-82

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Bishop, Al ........................................................ 1964-65 Bison, Jon ..............................................................1982 Black, Paul ...................................................... 1972-73 Black, Steve .................................................... 1996-97 Blackburn, David ......................................... 2008-11 Blackstock, John .......................................... 1961-63 Blackstock, John .......................................... 1993-96 Blair, Bob ......................................................... 1972-74 Blair, Jesse .............................................................2002 Blank, Brian .................................................... 1977-79 Blasy, Brad ...................................................... 1994-95 Blood, Wallace .............................................. 1929-30 Blumenstein, Harlow .................................. 1926-28 Bocanegra, James ...............................................1999 Bockheim, Joe ............................................... 2006-08 Bodary, Percy .......................................................1920 Bograkos, Steve ............................................ 1972-74 Boitos, Guy ............................................................1985 Bojovic, Novo ................................................ 1979-82 Bolden, Dannie ............................................. 2008-09 Bollinger, Clyde ...................................................1910 Bonamego, John .......................................... 1985-86 Bonnell, Jimmy ....................................................1974 Bone, Jim ...............................................................1975 Bonk, Pat ......................................................... 1981-82 Bontekoe, Doug ........................................... 1996-98 Borchard, Don ............................................... 1941-42 Boss, Chris .............................................................2006 Boulee, Al ..............................................................1950 Bovan, Gilbert ......................................................1951 Bovee, Earl .............................................................1903 Bowles, Ray .................................................... 1980-83 Bowman, Jim ................................................. 1982-84 Boyd, Pat ......................................................... 1962-65 Boyden, Wilbur ............................................. 1932-34 Brackett, Pat ................................................... 1981-84 Bradish, Ford ................................................. 1909-10 Bradley, Taylor .............................2007-08, 2011-12 Brady, John .................................................... 1974-76 Bramer, Rob ..........................................................1983 Brandon, Maurice ........................................ 1987-88 Brandt, Brian .................................................. 2000-03 Brandt, Corwin ............................................. 1926-28 Braun, Walt ............................................................1955 Brayton, Matt ................................................ 1998-01 Brazzel, Tim .................................................... 2006-09 Brazzil, Lloyd .........................................................1945 Brice, Lee ................................................................1902 Bridgewater, Mike ..............................................1993 Brieger, Paul ................................................... 1999-02 Brietzke, Bob ........................................................1965 Brietzke, Gerhard ................................................1942 Briggs, Darold ............................................... 1953-56 Broadbent, Harry ................................................1932 Brooer, Joe ............................................................1946 Brooks, Duane ............................................... 2006-07 Brooks, James ......................................................1976 Brooks, Rashon ....................................................2004 Brookshire, William ..................................... 2001-04 Brotzman, Jack ............................................. 1927-28 Brountie, Charles ......................................... 1981-82 Brown, Antonio ............................................ 2007-09 Brown, Ben.............................................................2011 Brown, Clifford ............................1896-97, 1902-03 Brown, Doug A ............................................. 1977-79 Brown, Doug K .....................................................1978 Brown, Fred .................................................... 1932-33 Brown, Ike .......................................... 2003-05, 2007 Brown, Jacob 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D Dafoe, Fred ............................................................1905 Dailey, Jesse ....................................... 2002-03, 2005 Dalton, Tyrone .....................................................2000 Danna, Joe ..................................................... 1995-98 Daniels, Jack .........................................................1956 Daniels, Richard ..................................................1959 Danison, Randy ............................................ 1991-94 Darby, Dean ................................................... 1981-83 Darden, Al .............................................................1971 Darden, Clyde ............................................... 1974-76 Dargusch, Jim ......................................................1985 Darnell, Chad ................................................ 1994-96 Davidson, Dean ............................................ 1911-12 Davidson, Frank ..................................................1912 Davidson, Jay ................................................ 2000-02 Davidson, Richard ....................................... 1930-32 Davis, Charles ................................................ 1959-62 Davis, Darferrel.....................................................2012 Davis, Howard ......................................................1916 Davis, Lawrence ..................................................1959 Davis, Richard ............................................... 1970-72 Davis, Titus...................................................... 2011-12 Dawson, Michael ......................................... 1972-73 Dawson, Steve .....................................................1969 Dean, David ................................................... 1982-84 Dean, Jabari...........................................................2012 DeBoer, John ................................................. 1982-85 Decess, Edgar ................................................ 1950-52 Decker, Gerald .....................................................1945 Decker, Mike .................................................. 2006-07 Decou, Sid ...................................................... 1948-50 Decourcy, Norman ...................................... 1969-71 Deer, Shawn ...................................... 1993-94, 1996 Degolia, Charles ........................................... 1948-49 Deines, Geoffrey .................................................1993 Deines, Harold .............................................. 1965-67 Delekta, David .............................................. 1986-89 Delling, Bill ............................................................1952 Delude, Rick ..........................................................1978 DeMarco, Bob ............................................... 1981-84 Demarest, Ben .....................................................1907 Denison, Roland ........................................... 1938-40 Dennis, Mark ................................................. 1986-89 Derrer, Dan ..................................................... 1992-93 Dersnaugh, Eugene ...........................................1907 Dersnaugh, Howard ..........................................1936 Derus, Gerald .......................................................1945 Devlin, Mike ..........................................................1986 Devoe, Maurice ............................................ 1959-62 Dezelsky, Thomas ...............................................1953 Dickerson, Orlo ............................................. 1910-11 Dickey, Malcolm ..................................................1924

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Crenshaw, Desmond .........................................2004 Crocker, Keith .......................................................1945 Croskey, Kyle ................................................. 1999-02 Crowley, Tim .........................................................1997 Cully, John ...................................................... 1966-67 Cully, Ray ...............................................................1968 Culver, James ................................................ 1971-72 Cunningham, Avery .................................... 2010-12 Cunningham, Ron ..............................................1952 Curtis, Kyle ............................................................2008 Curtiss, Chris .........................................................1986 Curtiss, Kyle ................................................... 1983-86 Curtiss, Rich ................................................... 1987-90 Cutts, Curtis ................................................... 2004-07 Cvengros, Mike ............................................. 1976-77 Czuhai, Dan .................................................... 1947-49

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C Cabarris, Ray .................................................. 1979-80 Cady, Walter ..........................................................1918 Calkins, Bruce ................................................ 1920-21 Cameron, Bruce ............................................ 1965-67 Cameron, Ernest T. ..............................................1896 Cameron, John ....................................................1921 Cameron, Lionel ..................................................1916 Cameron, P.D. .......................................................1905 Campbell, Francis ........................................ 1911-12 Caper, James ................................................. 1977-79 Carey, Terry ...............................................1942, 1946 Carlson ...................................................................1917 Carlson, Bob .................................................. 1938-39 Carlson, Bruce ............................................... 1970-72 Carlson, Ed ................................................1929, 1931 Carlson, Steve ............................................... 1984-85 Carma, Brodie ......................................................1945 Carmean, Aaron ..................................................1919 Carpenter, Bryan .......................................... 1993-95 Carpenter, Larry ..................................................1956 Carr, John ........................................................ 2008-11 Carr, Peter ..............................................................1956 Carruthers, Jack ............................................ 1986-89 Carruthers, Marcelle ................................... 1984-87 Carter, Derek ........................................................2010 Carter, Finley ................................................. 1998-01 Carter, Ken ...................................................... 1991-93 Carter, Landon .................................. 2008-09, 2011 Case, Brent ............................................................1986 Case, Robert .................................................. 1955-56 Cashen, Tim ................................................... 1973-75 Castle, Ben ...................................................... 1983-86

Castle, Chris ................................................... 1992-93 Catt, Rob ................................................................1935 Cawthorne, Dan ........................................... 1982-83 Cederna, James ............................................ 1970-72 CĂŠtoute, Obed .............................................. 2004-06 Chamberlain, Percy ............................................1916 Chapman, Jarret............................................ 2011-12 Chatterton, Pat ............................................. 1986-87 Cheesbro, Kurt .............................................. 1978-80 Cheney, Ray ................................................... 1911-12 Cherocci, Justin............................................. 2011-12 Christiansen, Todd ..............................................1984 Church, Ed .............................................................1957 Churches, Joe ................................................ 1985-87 Cipa, Mike ....................................................... 1996-98 Ciraulo, Jack ..........................................................1983 Clark, Abjuahn .............................................. 1996-97 Clark, Arthur .............................................1941, 1946 Clark, Dave ..................................................... 1951-52 Clark, Milton .................................................. 1925-26 Clark, Ralph ...........................................................1934 Clark, Ron ..............................................................1966 Clark, Russell ................................................. 1949-51 Clarke, Jovan ................................................. 2001-02 Clary, Jack ....................................................... 1951-53 Clauss, Ed ........................................................ 1946-48 Clayborn, George ........................................ 1960-62 Clemens, Curtis ............................................ 1975-76 Clevenger, Bob ....................................................1943 Clevinger, Thomas ....................................... 1965-67 Clifford, Pat ...........................................................1980 Cline, Jack .....................................1923-24, 1926-27 Closs, Don ..............................................................1952 Clyne, Adam ........................................................2000 Coatsworth, Bill ............................................ 1970-72 Coffey, Matt ................................................... 1981-84 Colar, Brian ..................................................... 1999-00 Colbry, Randall ....................................................1969 Colen, Omari ................................................ 2001-04 Collins, Kevin ................................................ 1976-78 Colton, Russell .................................. 1967-68, 1970 Condeni, Dave .............................................. 2003-05 Congdon, Fred .....................................................1945 Conlin, Robert ............................................... 1983-84 Connell, Walt Kirk ................................................1916 Connolly, Joe ................................................. 1987-90 Converse, Peter ...................................................1999 Cook, Michael ............................................... 1982-85 Cooper, Marc ........................................................1998 Cooper, James .............................................. 1988-91 Coquillard, Michael ..................................... 1965-67 Corner, Leslie ................................................. 1933-34 Cosby, Ray .............................................................1960 Cosgrove, Tim ............................................... 1980-82 Cosens, Walter .....................................................1949 Cote, Don ...............................................................1947 Cote, Ed ......................................................1935, 1938 Cotton, Curtis ................................................ 1990-92 Cotton, Paris .................................................. 2008-11 Coutant, Wallace .................................................1909 Coxe, Leon ...................................................... 1921-22 Cramer, Steve .......................................................1996 Cramer, Stewart ..................................................1993 Crandell, Charles .................................................1910 Crane, Israel ................................................... 1922-23 Crawford, Arthur .................................................1917 Crawford, George ...............................................1909 Crawford, Issac .............................................. 1907-10 Crawell, Bob ................................................... 1976-77 Creguer, Tom ................................................. 1993-94

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Brown, Roland .............................................. 1921-23 Brown, Scott .........................................................1996 Brown, Tony ................................................... 1983-85 Brown, William .....................................................1979 Brownie, Bruce .............................................. 1979-81 Brownie, Evan ............................................... 2005-06 Brubaker, Judd .....................................................1905 Bruce, Brandon ............................................. 1991-94 Bruda, George ......................................................1944 Brunner, Brian ............................................... 2006-08 Brunner, Michael .......................................... 1983-85 Bruns, Michael .............................................. 1983-86 Brzezinski, Mike ............................................ 1969-71 Buchan, Bayard ............................................. 1922-25 Buchan, Grover ...........................1911-12, 1919-20 Buchan, James .....................................................1911 Buckel, Harold ......................................................1918 Budd, Ronald ........................................................2004 Buke, Walt ....................................................... 1931-32 Bullock, Dan ................................................... 1978-79 Bunce, Rich .................................................... 1960-61 Bunn, Raymond ..................................................1905 Burde, Ralph .................................................. 1968-70 Burdon, Tim ................................................... 1954-56 Burnham, Deane .................................................1921 Burnham, De?Onte ..................................... 2004-05 Burnham, Jacob ........................................... 1922-23 Burnham, Sharon ......................................... 1932-33 Burnor, Jim ..................................................... 1981-82 Burns, Hoyt ...........................................................1945 Burns, Matt ..................................................... 1985-86 Burras, Darrell ............................................... 1935-37 Burroughs, Lennex ...................................... 1967-69 Bush, Charlie ................................................. 1994-97 Bush, Mike ...................................................... 1969-71 Butler, Deon.................................................... 2011-12

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Dickie, Howard ............................................. 1924-25 Diebel, Walt ...............................................1944, 1947 Diekman, Will ................................................ 1936-38 Diet, Henry ..................................................... 1963-64 Dietrich, Loren .............................................. 1950-52 Dillon, Mike .................................................... 1985-87 Dissete, Joseph ............................................. 1970-72 Djordjevic, Zoran ....................................1990, 1993 Doane, Troy .................................................... 2005-06 Dobberstein, Thomas ................................. 1965-67 Dobronski, Kurt ............................................ 1978-81 Doherty, William .................................................1903 Doman, Victor ............................................... 2005-07 Dombroski, Ray ............................................ 1949-51 Donaldson, Drew ................................................2003 Dondero, Ray .......................................................1911 Dosen, Bill ....................................................... 1951-52 Doud, Ray ....................................................... 1934-35 Downing, Lee .......................................................1969 Dowsett, James ...................................................1957 Drath, Al .......................................................... 1950-52 Droscha, Casey ............................................. 2005-08 Droski, Art ...................................................... 1989-92 Duch, Ray ....................................................... 1948-49 Duda, George ................................................ 1939-41 Dudley, Wayne .............................................. 1998-00 Dumont, Eric ................................................. 1999-01 Duncan, Lionel ....................................................1919 Dundas, Rob .........................................................1942 Dunham, Dick ......................................................1974 Dunham, Ron ................................................ 1950-52 Dunlap, Jerremy ........................................... 1991-94 Duprey, John ................................................. 1990-91 Durfee, Harvey .....................................................1917 Duve, Clarence ....................................................1949 Duvendeck, Jeff ...................................................2000

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E Eaddy, Leron................................................... 2011-12 Eadews, John ................................................ 1966-67 Ealy, Ken .......................................................... 1988-91 Eckman, James ............................................. 1957-58 Eckman, Jerry ................................................ 1958-59 Eckman, Ken .........................................................1952 Edwards, Kirkston ........................................ 2006-09 Edwards, Richard ......................................... 1970-72 Edwards, Thomas ......................................... 1921-22 Eggleston, Louis ........................................... 1925-26 Egloff, Larry ...........................................................1919 Egloff, Ray ....................................................... 1920-21 Egnatuk, Kevin .................................. 1981-83, 1985 Ekdahl, Ronnie .............................................. 2005-07 Ekkens, Jake ................................................... 2007-10 Ekkens, Mark ................................................. 1978-80 Eldred, Michael ....................................................1970 Ellerthorpe, Lloyd ............................ 1945, 1948-49 Elliott, Howard M ................................................1897 Elliott, Tony .................................................... 1983-86 Ellis, Robert ...........................................................1973 Ellis, Thomas .........................................................1999 Ellison, Ralph ........................................................1955 Elmquist, Grant ............................................. 1992-95 Ely, James ..............................................................1958 Elzinga, Howard ........................................... 1937-39 Elzinga, Kent .........................................................1964 Embleton, Bob .....................................................1944 Emerson, Duane .......................................... 1962-63 Emerson, Keith ....................................................1955 Emling, Durfee .....................................................1946 Engle, Art ...................................................1954, 1956

English, Conrad ............................................ 1955-57 English, Joe ...........................................................1929 Epple, James .........................................................1959 Epple, Joe ..............................................................1954 Epple, John ...........................................................1937 Epple, Lawrence ........................................... 1980-81 Epps, Rodrico ................................................ 1998-01 Ethington, Lucas .................................................1998 F Fairbanks, Jude ....................................................1992 Fairbanks, Tony ............................................. 1978-80 Falsetta, Tony ................................................. 1968-70 Fantuzzi, Jeff..........................................................2011 Farris, David ................................................... 1967-69 Fate, Paul ........................................................ 1979-82 Feil, James ...................................................... 1967-69 Fell, Rich .................................................................1943 Fenton, Adam ............................................... 2010-12 Fenton, Lewis ................................................ 1955-57 Fenton, Lyman .............................................. 1926-27 Ferguson, Don .............................................. 1956-57 Ferguson, Fred .............................................. 1967-69 Ferguson, Nick .............................................. 1998-99 Ferris, Floyd .................................................... 1932-33 Ferris, Rollie .................................................... 1995-97 Fields, Craig ................................................... 1980-82 Figg, Bill ........................................................... 1948-49 Figg, Ray .......................................................... 1953-55 Figg, Richard .................................................. 1951-54 Fillmore, Ronald ........................................... 1983-85 Finlayson, John ............................................. 1954-57 Finch, Ron ....................................................... 1923-24 Finks, W.T ...............................................................1943 Finnin, Gary ................................................... 1959-62 Fischer, Craig ................................................. 1993-94 Fisher, Bob ...................................................... 1959-61 Fisher, Eric ...................................................... 2009-12 Fisher, John .................................................... 1967-68 Fitzgerald, Bob .....................................................1951 Fitzpatrick, Jack ................................ 1943, 1946-48 Fitzpatrick, James ............................ 1944, 1946-47 Fitzsimmons, Mike ...................................... 1981-82 Fleming, Fred .......................................................1942 Fleming, Jarrett............................................. 2011-12 Fleszar, Paul ................................................... 1974-76 Flewelling, Rich ............................................ 1949-50 Flint, Jacob ............................................................2005 Flory, Andrew........................................................2012 Flower, David ................................................ 1983-85 Flowers, Eric ................................................... 1996-99 Floyd, Kevin ................................................... 1988-90 Foerster, John .......................................................1958 Foldesi, Bob ................................................... 1965-67 Foldie, Glen .................................................... 1961-64 Foley, Ed .................................................................1955 Foltz, Warren ........................................................1958 Ford, Oscar ......................................... 1988, 1990-92 Forsyth, Ralph ............................................... 1937-38 Fortuna, Joe ................................................... 1995-97 Fortino, Al ....................................................... 1935-37 Fossen, John .................................................. 1974-75 Foster, Kim .............................................................1972 Foster, Matt ...........................................................2003 Foy, Jerome ...........................................................1945 France, Tedaro ............................................... 1998-01 Francis, Iden ..........................................................1921 Franckowiak, Mike ....................................... 1972-74 Fraser, Cedric ................................................. 2009-11 Fraser, Eric ...................................................... 2006-09

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Fraser, Kashawn ............................................ 2008-10 Fraser, Russell .......................................................1912 Frazier, Chad .................................................. 1993-95 French, Don ..........................................................1932 Fricke, Brandon....................................................2011 Frid ...........................................................................1916 Frieders, Wayne ............................................ 1962-63 Fripeuberg, Al ......................................................1959 Friend, Steven ............................................... 2004-07 Fugenschuh, Bill ............................... 1947, 1949-50 Fulkerson, Mike ............................................ 1963-64 Fuller, Joe ........................................................ 1997-00 Fuller, Robert ................................................. 1975-76 Fuller, Sidney ........................................................1926 Furman, John ................................................ 1959-62 G Gabrysiak, Don ............................................. 1931-32 Gagant, Ed ...................................................... 1938-39 Gagnon, Connor........................................... 2011-12 Gailliard, Lance ....................................................2004 Gallery, James ............................................... 1967-69 Gamble, Wesley ............................................ 1972-75 Garant, Richard ....................................................1941 Gardner, Jack ........................................................1965 Gardner, Justin .............................................. 2004-07 Garland, Anthony......................................... 2011-12 Garnaat, Ken .................................................. 1956-59 Garrett, Thomas ..................................................1971 Gates, Versile ........................................................1905 Gauthier, Paul .......................................................1995 Gawkowski, Frank ........................................ 1958-60 Gazay, Louis ..........................................................1963 Gebben, Greg ................................................ 1978-79 Gent, Jamie .................................................... 1962-65 Gephert, Gary ......................................................1961 Ghannam, David .......................................... 1981-82 Ghattas, George ........................................... 1995-98 Ghezzi, Dick ..........................................................1946 Ghiaciuc, Eric ................................................. 2002-04 Gibson, Scott ........................................................2003 Giddings, Conley ......................................... 1940-41 Gielarowski, Karl .................................................1994 Giese, Warren ...........................................1943, 1947 Gildersleeve, Cory ....................................... 1993-95 Gilginas, Richard .................................................1944 Gilin, Gene ...................................................... 1966-68 Gilpin, Ralph .........................................................1909 Gingrich, Stewart ......................................... 1939-41 Givens, Chris .................................................. 1986-87 Gleason, George .......................................... 1934-36 Glinke, George .............................................. 1953-55 Glowacki, Gary .............................................. 1994-97 Godleski, Joe ........................................................1939 Godrey, Mike ................................................. 1979-80 Goetz, John ...........................................................1959 Gogarn, Raymond ....................................... 1919-21 Going, Leo .......................................... 1909-10, 1912 Gold, Jason .................................................... 1995-98 Gold, Jeremy ................................................. 1995-98 Goldberg, Frank ........................................... 1962-64 Goldstein, Louis ...................................................1922 Gonzales, James ........................................... 2000-01 Gooch, Ira ....................................................... 1999-00 Goodell, Terry ................................................ 1981-84 Goodin, Ron ................................................... 1970-71 Goodwin, Darryl ........................................... 1980-82 Gordon, Don ........................................................1954 Gordy, Josh .................................................... 2006-09 Gorney, Derek ............................................... 2000-02

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J Jackson, Brandon ...............................................2005 Jackson, Daniel ....................................................2009 Jackson, Jaime .............................................. 1980-82 Jackson, Robert ............................................ 1977-80 Jackson, Ronnie ........................................... 2004-05 Jackson, Terrence ......................................... 2000-03 Jacobson, Fred .............................................. 1972-74 Jacobson, Paul .............................................. 1988-91 Jagello, Leonard ........................................... 1960-62 James, Ronald ............................................... 1968-70 Jamison, Jim .................................................. 1903-05 Jamison, Robert ..................................................1944 Jamrog, Bob .................................................. 1948-49 Janke, Charles ............................................... 1956-57 Janik, Walt ...................................................... 1930-32 Jarrett, James .......................................................1956 Jasmin, Jemmy ................................. 2004-05, 2007 Jean, Michael .......................................................2005 Jefferson, Jamell .......................................... 1995-97 Jeffries, Brian ................................................. 1986-87 Jenerou, Jeff .................................................. 2002-05 Jenkins, Cullen .............................................. 1999-02 Jenkins, Walter .............................................. 1997-99 Jensen, Ralph .......................................................1929 Jesko, Jim ...............................................................1985 Jessop, Larry .........................................................1973 Johnson .................................................................1919 Johnson .................................................................1905 Johnson, Bob ................................................ 1937-38 Johnson, Bryon ............................................. 1927-28 Johnson, David ............................................. 1987-90 Johnson, Eric ................................................. 1991-94 Johnson, George .................................................1944 Johnson Jr., James ...................................... 1961-63 Johnson, Jeff A. ...................................................1964 Johnson, John O. ......................................... 1980-82 Johnson, John P. ........................................... 1961-64 Johnson, Lavern ........................................... 1930-32 Johnson, Nick ................................................ 1983-86 Johnson, Randy L. ....................................... 1968-69 Johnson, Shafer....................................................2012 Johnson, Todd .....................................................2009 Johnson, William C. ..................................... 1961-62 Johnston, Allen ............................................. 1964-65 Johnston, Joe ................................................ 1949-50 Jonaitis, Ed ..................................................... 1968-69 Jones, Alan ..................................................... 1988-89 Jones, Anthony ....................................................1997 Jones, Clark ...........................................................1986 Jones, Jesse ...........................................................1972 Jones, Jim ....................................................... 1973-75 Jones, John .................................................... 1969-71

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I Isanhart, Doug .............................................. 1965-66 Isanhart, Thomas ......................................... 1964-66 Ivan, Robert ................................................... 1968-69

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Huling, Harold ......................................................1944 Humphrey, Tory ............................................ 2001-04 Humphreys, Richard ..........................................1945 Hurd, Reiko ...........................................................1997 Husband, Jason ............................................ 1994-97 Hutchinson, Ernest M. .......................................1896 Hutchinson, George ................................... 1946-48 Hutchinson, Larry ...............................................1925 Hutchinson, Tom .......................................... 1978-80 Huyser, Ward ........................................................1945 Hyble, Bret ...................................................... 1979-81

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H Habkirk, Gordie ............................................ 1929-30 Hackett, George ........................................... 1925-28 Hadacz, Robert ............................................. 1991-94 Hage, Martin .................................................. 1995-96 Hagelthorn, Jason ..............................................1993 Hahnenberg, Thomas ................................ 1969-71 Hale, Frank ............................................................1909 Hall, Arthur ............................................................1911 Hall, David ...................................................... 1971-73 Hall, James ............................................................1940 Hall, Larry ........................................................ 1975-77 Hallock, Josh .........................................................1905 Hamilton, Tim.......................................................2012 Hammell, George ...............................................1944 Hammond, Terrance ..........................................1962 Hamzey, Steven ............................................ 1983-84 Hanna, Ed ..............................................................1945 Hannah, David .........................................1997, 2000 Hansel, Jayson .............................................. 1986-87 Hansen, John ................................................ 1958-59 Hansen, Jon ..........................................................1942 Hanson, Carl .........................................................1932 Hanson, John .......................................................1955 Harbaugh, Jean ...................................................1944 Harbin, Chuck ............................................... 1976-78 Harding, Wesley ........................................... 1951-52 Harman, David .............................................. 2010-12 Harmelink, Chris ..................................................1998 Harper, Justin ................................................ 2002-05 Harpst, Rob .................................................... 1962-64 Harrington, Gary .......................................... 1961-62 Harris, Charles ......................................................2000 Harris, Dan .............................................................1968 Harris, Gene ................................................... 1973-74 Harris, Jeff ..............................................................1990 Harris, Jerry .................................................... 2009-11 Harris, Terry ...........................................................1968 Harrison, Charles .................................................1902 Hartline, Andrew .......................................... 2005-08

Hartman, Carl .......................................................1966 Hartmann, Brett ............................... 2006, 2008-10 Hasse, Norval ................................................ 1958-61 Hawes, Vernon .............................................. 1951-54 Hawson, David .....................................................1950 Hayden, Bob .................................................. 1929-30 Hayes, Jason .................................................. 1997-00 Hayes, Mike .................................................... 1987-89 Haynor, Harold .....................................................1942 Headdon, Harmon .............................................1924 Heard, Willie ................................................... 1980-81 Hebert, Dennis ............................................. 1970-71 Hecksel, Richard ........................................... 1954-56 Heethuis, James ........................................... 1972-74 Hempton, Walt ............................................. 1965-67 Henderson, Harold ...................................... 1951-52 Hendrix, Phil .................................................. 1984-87 Henry, Kevin..........................................................2011 Herrold, John ................................................ 1997-98 Hester, Michael ............................................. 1993-96 Heusted, Paul ................................................ 1962-64 Hewitt, Tim ............................................................1966 Hickman, Fred ............................................... 1926-28 Hicks, Sherman ............................................. 1919-21 Hieshetter, Bill ......................................................1952 Hill, Anders ..................................................... 1999-01 Hill, Todd ................................................................1984 Hill,Willie ............................................. 2000-01, 2003 Hillery, Ed ........................................................ 2000-03 Hilliar, Dallas .................................................. 1965-66 Hintz, Wilburn ......................................................1943 Hintze, Paul .................................................... 1939-41 Hirn, Mike ....................................................... 1978-81 Hissong, Calvin ............................................. 2006-07 Hodges, Jerry ................................................ 1974-76 Hodges, Morris ....................................................1932 Hodges, Walt ................................................. 1973-75 Hoefler, Greg ................................................. 1965-67 Hoffman, Gerald .......................................... 1963-64 Hogan, Richard.............................................. 2011-12 Hogeboom, Gary ......................................... 1976-79 Hogg, Duncan ............................................... 1985-87 Holdiman, Stephen ..................................... 1969-71 Hollandsworth, Bob .................................... 1973-74 Hollandsworth, Tim .................................... 1976-79 Hollern, Ted .................................................... 1981-84 Holoman, Derrick ...................................2001, 2003 Honnen, David ............................................. 1963-64 Hood, Elson ...........................................................1925 Hood, John ......................................... 1986-88, 1990 Hooey, Bill ...................................................... 1960-61 Hoolihan, Emmitt ........................................ 1909-10 Hopkins, Carl ................................................. 1949-50 Hopkins, Mark ............................................... 1986-89 Horen, William .....................................................1952 Horgan, Dan .........................................................1919 Horne, Pacino ................................................ 2005-06 Horobrook, Jack ..................................................1943 Horrigaan ..............................................................1919 Hoskins, Justin .............................................. 2007-08 Hottinger, Elroy ............................................ 1946-49 Houseman, Rich ........................................... 1933-35 Housner, Greg ......................................................1980 Houston, Melvin ........................................... 1985-86 Howard, George ..................................................1929 Howard, Herman ................................................1943 Hubel, Ed ...............................................................1930 Hubel, Ensley ........................................................1924 Huge, Curtis...........................................................2012 Hulce, Charles ......................................................1966

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Goulet, Lee ............................................................1960 Gracey, Clifford ............................................. 1907-10 Graham, Allen ......................................................1912 Graham, Victor .....................................................1903 Graham, Vince ......................................................1960 Grahm, Ed ..............................................................1936 Grasman, Harold .......................................... 1929-30 Grasman, Mike .....................................................1932 Gray, Mike ....................................................... 1974-77 Graybiel, Ed .................................................... 1929-31 Green, Al ......................................................... 1930-31 Green, Burnett .....................................................1918 Gregory, Bill ..........................................................1955 Griffin, Leo ...................................................... 1990-93 Grimes, Robert .........................................1956, 1958 Grimm, Paul ................................................... 1934-36 Grisdale, Wil ................................................... 1934-36 Grobbel, Tom ................................................. 1978-80 Groff, Richard ...........................................1988, 1990 Gross, Bryan ................................................... 1976-78 Groth, Richard ............................................... 1968-70 Groulx, Steve ................................................. 1987-89 Grout, James ................................................. 1962-65 Grundman, Gary .......................................... 1970-72 Gruzwalski, Mike .......................................... 2002-05 Guenther, Fred .....................................................1956 Gutierrez, Brock ............................................ 1993-95 Gvozdich, George ........................................ 1946-49 Gwizdalla, Jack ....................................................1943

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K Kackmeister, Rich ........................................ 1952-53 Kaczmarski, Aaron ..............................................2010 Kaczynski, Harold ............................ 1941-42, 1946 Kage, Lowell .........................................................1953 Kalinski, Ed ............................................................1949 Kangas, Tom .................................................. 1973-74 Kanicki, Keith ................................................. 1979-82 Karbowski, Eric ............................................. 2004-05 Karr, Jeff .......................................................... 1962-64 Kasper, Don ..........................................................1956 Kasper, Don ..........................................................1937 Kawalkoski, Ronald ..................................... 1954-57 Kazanowski, Frank ..............................................1942 Keating, Waldo ............................................. 1950-52 Keaton, Hobart ....................................................1968 Keaton, Joseph ....................................................1970 Keeley .....................................................................1903 Keen, Walt ...................................................... 1903-05 Keenoy, John ................................................. 1988-89 Kehrer, Allen .................................................. 1938-39 Keith, Red ....................................................... 2004-07 Keim, Bryan ...........................................................2001 Kellogg, Joe ................................................... 1984-87 Kelly, Bill .......................................................... 1926-29 Kelly, Robert ...................................... 1955-56, 1958 Kelly, Steve ..................................................... 1994-96 Kelly, Tyrone .................................................. 2003-04 Kemp, Alex ............................................................1995 Kemp, Jake ..................................................... 1998-99 Kench, Bob ..................................................... 1988-91 Kendziorski, Stan ......................................... 1960-61 Kenealy, Mike ................................................ 1981-84 Kennedy, Robert .......................................... 1908-09 Kennedy, Sam ......................................................1917 Kennedy, Sidney .......................................... 1919-21 Kennedy, Tredale ................................................2007 Kenny, Fred ..................................1973-74, 1976-77 Kerby, Phil ..............................................................1963 Kerns, Gerald ........................................................1968 Kerr, Adam .............................................................1995 Kerr, Dick ................................................................1944 Kerr, Lornie ..................................................... 1951-53 Kerry, Alton .................................................... 1949-50 Kettner, Frank ................................................ 1921-22 Keyton, Darren ............................................. 2009-12 Kieft, Adam .................................................... 2001-04 Kiel, Richard ....................................... 2001, 2003-04 Kienzle, Scott ................................................. 1970-72 Killoran, Ed ..................................................... 1930-31 Kimball, Ray ................................................... 1925-27 King, Ben ......................................................... 1990-92 King, James .................................................... 1953-55 King, James E ................................................ 2001-04 King, John ....................................................... 1991-94 King, Kevin...................................................... 2011-12 Kinville, Joseph.............................................. 2010-12 Kinville, Michael............................................ 2011-12 Kipke, Herbert ............................................... 1954-57 Kirain, Rey ....................................................... 1937-38 Kirby, Bill ......................................................... 1948-50 Kisabeth, Mike .....................................................1962

Kistner, Ken ...........................................................1942 Kisuckey, Tony ......................................................1964 Kitts, Jon ......................................................... 1979-81 Kjolhede, Ted ............................................1942, 1946 Klein, Chris ..................................................... 1988-89 Kleinfelt, Dale .......................................................1958 Klink, Jason .................................................... 1990-91 Kloc, John ....................................................... 1974-76 Kloc, Walt ........................................................ 1937-38 Kloosterman, Carl ........................................ 1983-85 Klozik, Marty .................................................. 1949-52 Knapp, James ................................................ 1926-28 Knickerbocker, Steve .................................. 1975-76 Kniffen, Ray .................................................... 1928-30 Knight, Larry .................................................. 2006-09 Knobloch, Gene ........................................... 1957-60 Knudson, Craig ................................. 2002, 2004-06 Koetje, Chad .................................................. 1992-94 Kohloff, Charles ............................................ 1946-48 Kolcheff, Don ................................................. 1985-88 Kolcheff, Kevin .............................................. 1982-85 Koleber, Don .................................................. 1950-52 Koller, Steve ................................................... 1980-82 Koons, Charles .............................................. 1960-63 Korytkowski, Andy ...................................... 1992-94 Kozlowski, Jim ............................................... 1994-96 Koutz, Matt ...........................................................1992 Kowatch, Richard ................................................1956 Kraatz, Ray .............................................................1993 Kraft, Ron ........................................................ 1980-82 Krajenke, Dick ......................................................1943 Krause, Paul ................................................... 1970-72 Krause, Willis .........................................................1929 Krepps, Ed ...................................................... 1939-40 Kress, Doug .................................................... 2003-06 Kreuz, David .........................................................1971 Kroft, Ben ........................................................ 1996-97 Kroll, Jesse..............................................................2012 Krueger, Don ................................................. 1964-66 Krys, Brian ....................................................... 1981-83 Kuchuk, Danford .................................................1976 Kujawski, Ed ................................................... 1940-41 Kullman, Phil ..................................... 1944, 1947-49 Kunisch, Car ................................................... 1937-39 Kurzen, David ................................................ 2001-04 Kushmaul, Don ....................................................1947 Kyler, Mike ...................................................... 1990-93 L LaBodie, Everett ..................................................1918 Lackie, Bill ..............................................................1960 Lada, Greg ...................................................... 1980-81 LaFleur, Dennis ............................................. 1972-74 LaFleur, Doug .................................... 1977, 1979-80 LaFromboise, Marcell ................................. 1911-12 Lake, Burton .........................................................1943 Lakes, Jesse .................................................... 1969-71 Lalley, Jack ...................................................... 1936-38 Lamont, Gilbert ...................................................1961 Lamphere, Scott ........................................... 1987-90 Lance, Ralph .........................................................1908 Lang, Tom ....................................................... 1960-63 Langton, Tom .......................................................2003 Langmaid, Charles ...................................... 1911-12 Lanier, Taylor ........................................................1976 Lapsley, Jonathan ........................................ 2005-06 Lardie, Bump ................................................. 1967-69 Lark, Chuck .................................................... 1985-86 Larkin, John ..........................................................1965 Lavallii, Saylor.......................................................2012

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Lauer, George ................................................ 1925-26 Laughlin, Casey ............................................ 1997-99 Lawhorne, Kenan ......................................... 2000-03 Lawless, Pat .................................................... 1951-52 Lawrence, David ........................................... 2005-08 Lawther ..................................................................1916 Laycock, Harold ............................................ 1926-27 Leadam, Joe ..............................................1944, 1946 Leahy, Will ..............................................................1899 Lease, Dale ..................................................... 1943-44 LeCronier, Russell ......................................... 1918-19 Lederle, Emil .........................................................1905 Lee, Fred .......................................................... 1939-41 LeFere, Peter .................................................. 1976-77 LeFevour, Dan ............................................... 2006-09 Leigeb, Brian .................................................. 1997-00 Leins, Darren ................................................. 1993-94 Leiter, Michael ............................................... 1972-73 Lemanski Jr., Oarie ...................................... 1958-59 Lemere, David ............................................... 1967-69 Lenick, Vernon .....................................................1944 Leonard, Archie ...................................................1912 Levels, Randy ................................................ 1986-89 LeVerette, Ed ........................................................1948 Levick, Don ...........................................................1950 Levy, Arthur ..........................................................1945 Lewis, Bob .............................................................1959 Lewis, Darvin ................................................. 1999-02 Lewis, David ................................................... 1979-81 Lewis, John .................................................... 1975-78 Lewis, Neil .......................................... 1956-57, 1959 Lewis, Porter .........................................................1951 Lewis, Russell ................................................ 1960-61 Lewis, Shelton ............................................... 1999-00 Lewis, Spencer .............................................. 2003-04 Lewis, Virgil .................................................... 1950-52 Liekert, Paul ..........................................................1920 Line, Clyde ...................................................... 1962-63 Linker, John .................................................... 1976-77 Lindquist, Nathan ...............................................1997 Lindstrom, Bryan ................................................2003 Linson, Damien ............................................ 2003-06 List, Chris ........................................................ 1992-94 Little, Roger ................................................... 1953-54 Livermore, Lloyd .................................................1909 Lockman, Rich .....................................................1946 Lockman, Stephen ...................................... 1966-68 Lodewyk, Burke ............................................ 1920-22 Loe, Steven ...........................................................1971 Lombardo, Tyler ........................................... 2010-12 Longhini, Henry ............................... 1957-58, 1960 Loop, Ken ........................................................ 1938-40 Loos, Orville ..........................................................1945 Lopez, Cody.................................................... 2011-12 Lorenz, Doug ............................................1971, 1973 Lorraine, Bob ................................................. 1965-67 Losiniecki, Matt............................................. 2011-12 Loughman, Lance ...................................1985, 1987 Louisdor, Mesene ...............................................1998 Lowe, Sam .............................................................1995 Ludlow, Mark ........................................................1983 Lundin, Jason .......................................................1998 Lusk, George ................................................. 1910-11 Lutz, James .................................................... 1967-69 Lyman, Will ............................................................1934 M MacDonald, Andy ........................................ 1950-51 Mace ........................................................................1917 Machnick, Rich ....................................................1942

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N Nalor, Dennis.................................................. 2011-12 Nance, Eric ..................................................... 1996-97 Nastally, Matt ................................................ 1991-94 Natzel, Michael ............................................. 1969-70 Naumcheff, Brett .......................................... 1987-90 Naz, Scott ....................................................... 1998-00 Neiderquill, Mark ............................. 1977, 1979-80 Nelson, Jon .................................................... 2001-04 Nestor, Dave .................................................. 1978-80 Nettie, Mike ................................................... 1989-92 Neubauer, Donald ....................................... 1963-64 Nevins, Rory ....................................... 1995-96, 1999 Newhof, Craig ............................................... 1978-79 Newland, Ralph ............................................ 1986-89 Neuman, John .............................................. 1973-75 Newman, Wayne .......................................... 1965-66 Newsome, Richard ...................................... 1972-74 Nicholl, Dennis ............................................. 1990-92 Nicholl, Kevin ................................................ 1986-89 Nordlund, Louis ...................................................1965 Norris, Ken ...................................................... 1937-39 Northup, Kevin ............................................. 1978-80 Norton, Royce ............................................... 1937-39 Novak, Bill ..............................................................1934 Nowak, Todd ................................................. 1986-87

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Monahan, Clare ............................................ 1926-28 Montie, Daryl ................................................ 1994-97 Moody, Rollie ................................................ 1907-09 Moon, James ................................................. 1938-40 Mooney, Doug .............................................. 1918-19 Moore, Andre ...........................................2005, 2007 Moore, Charles ....................................................1957 Moore, Larry .................................................. 1961-64 Morat, Carl .............................................................1957 Morgan, Cecil ................................................ 1945-46 Mormino, Drew ............................................ 2003-06 Morrison ................................................................1902 Morrissey, John ............................................ 1982-84 Mosher, Erwin ......................................................1951 Mosher, Nelson ....................................................1917 Moulton, Bill .........................................................1941 Mrozinski, Richard ..............................................1957 Muddy, L.J. ......................................... 1987-89, 1991 Mueller, Karl ..........................................................1947 Muhammad, Abdullah .............................. 1998-99 Mullally, Martin ....................................................1917 Munson, Carl ................................................. 1927-28 Muragin, Kalani ............................................ 2001-03 Murch, Carey ........................................................1929 Murley, Mike .................................................. 1982-83 Murnane, Sean ............................................. 2007-10 Murphy, Chad ............................................... 1992-95 Murphy ...................................................................1899 Murphy, Larry .......................................................1973 Murphy, Rod .................................................. 1974-76 Murphy, Seymore ...............................................1937 Myers, James ........................................................1953 Myler, Billy..............................................................2011 Myles, Eric ....................................................... 1991-92 Myrick, Danny ............................................... 1997-98 Mysliewiec, Rich ..................................................1950

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McKenzie, David .......................................... 1924-26 McKinney, Darian ...............................................1991 McKinnon, Bill ............................................... 1960-61 McKinnon, Charles .............................................1959 McKnight, Dante .......................................... 2000-02 McLaughlin, Derek ...................................... 2000-03 McLaughlin, E.J. ...................................................2007 McLean, Russell ...................................................1959 McLeod, Bob ........................................................1929 McLeod, Charles ..................................................1942 McLeod, Don ........................................................1937 McMacken, Harold ...................................... 1946-47 McMahon, Bruce .......................................... 1938-40 McMasters, Gabe ......................................... 1996-99 McMillan, Terrance ...................................... 1992-94 McNamara, Bob ............................................ 1955-56 McNamara, Thomas ...........................................1910 McNeal, Al ...................................................... 1965-67 McNeal, Don .................................................. 1972-74 McPartlin, John ............................................. 1992-93 McPherson, Brian ......................................... 1984-85 Mead, Donald ......................................................1944 Meade .....................................................................1903 Meade, Mark .................................................. 1988-89 Meade, Richard ...................................................1944 Means, Matt ................................................... 1972-74 Means, Roderick ........................................... 2000-02 Mehang, Ray .........................................................1918 Meints, David ................................................ 1969-70 Mellenkamp, Fred ..............................................1902 Melzow, Leroy ............................................... 1941-42 Menzies, Bill ................................................... 1938-40 Messam, Steve .................................. 2000, 2002-03 Messery, Dan ........................................................1963 Metcalf, Major ............................................... 1983-86 Meyer, Jason .................................................. 1996-99 Meyers, David ......................................................1943 Meyers, Donald ...................................................1943 Meyers, Walter .....................................................1897 Meyle, Ed ........................................................ 1984-85 Mieras, David ........................................................1966 Michalek, Larry ............................................. 1966-68 Mick, Rey ......................................................... 1933-34 Mickelson, Carl ............................................. 1925-27 Middaugh, John ..................................................1917 Middlestadt, Melvin ...........................................1961 Mikulec, Tony ................................................ 2004-07 Milanowski, Mike ................................................1983 Miles, Barron .........................................................2007 Miles, Bob ........................................... 1966, 1968-69 Miller, Bill ........................................................ 1929-30 Miller, Bob ...................................................... 1976-78 Miller, Charles ............................................... 1951-53 Miller, Claude .......................................................1923 Miller, Colin .................................................... 2007-10 Miller, Dale ............................................................1950 Miller, Gene .................................................... 1995-97 Miller, Jerry ..................................................... 1993-94 Miller, Jon ....................................................... 1984-87 Miller, Karl ....................................................... 1992-94 Miller, Mark .................................................... 1975-77 Miller Jr., Robert ........................................... 1963-65 Mills, Clarence ......................................................1960 Mills, Mike ...................................................... 1980-83 Minkel, Dave .................................................. 1985-87 Mitchell, Reggie ........................................... 1978-81 Mitchell, Tony ................................................ 1989-90 Mixon, Robbie ............................................... 1999-02 Moffit, Rich ............................................................1962 Mohn, James ........................................................1951

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MacIntyre, Rob ....................................................1932 Madden, Harold ........................................... 1947-49 Maddux, Jeff .................................................. 2007-10 Main, Thomas ................................................ 1967-69 Maine, Dave ................................................... 1977-79 Maiorana, Joseph ........................................ 1979-81 Majon, John ................................................... 1947-49 Maksimowicz, Mark .................................... 1965-67 Malcolm, Marty ............................................ 1989-92 Mama, Tommy .............................................. 2006-09 Mancini, Dominic ........................................ 1999-00 Mannisto, Arwood ....................................... 1930-32 Mansfield ...............................................................1903 Marble, Bruce .......................................................1972 Marchetti, Gino ............................................ 1987-90 Markey, Charles ............................................ 1970-72 Markey, Robert ............................................. 1967-69 Marks, William ............................................... 1969-71 Marovich, Steve ............................................ 1952-53 Marsh, Howard ....................................................1943 Martin, Cletys ................................................ 1923-26 Martin, Darren .....................................................2006 Martin, Kirke .........................................................1933 Marts, Pat ...............................................................1959 Martysz, Boris ................................................ 1991-94 Masztak, Ben.........................................................2011 Massenberg, Calvin ..................................... 1995-98 Massey, Silas ...................................... 1995-96, 1998 Mason, Tom ................................................... 1953-55 Mason, Thomas ...................................................1951 Maures ....................................................................1902 Maxwell, Burke ............................................. 1995-97 Maxwell, Marlin ............................................ 2003-05 Mayville, Tom ................................................ 1952-53 McCall, Jonathan ......................................... 1995-98 McAnelly, Steve ...................................................1987 McArthur, Don .....................................................1945 McCallum, Jack ............................................. 1938-40 McCallum, Les ............................................... 1932-33 McCants, Gerald ........................................... 1965-67 McCarter, Ken ................................................ 1967-69 McCarthy, Shawn ......................................... 1975-76 McCarty, Earl ................................................. 1907-10 McCaul, Darrell ............................................. 1990-93 McClendon, Kenny ...................................... 2010-12 McClure, D.J. .................................................. 1997-99 McClutchey, Sam ................................................1928 McConnell, John .................................................1932 McConnell, Jordan ...................................... 2010-12 McCord, Ben..........................................................2012 McCormick, Fred .................................................1949 McCormick, Pete .................................................1897 McCoy, David ................................................ 1971-73 McCoy, Michael ............................................ 1970-71 McCracken, Tony .......................................... 1922-24 McCrea, Bob .........................................................1951 McDonald, Ross ...................................................1899 McDonald, Sanford ..................................... 1902-03 McDonald, William .............................................1899 McElrath, Michael ........................................ 1979-81 McGee, Joe ..................................................... 1946-49 McGiness, Rich .....................................................1971 McGinnis, Scott ...................................................1984 McGowan, James ................................................1945 McHaney, Myles ........................................... 1987-89 McInotsh, Robert ................................................1992 McIntosh, Roger ..................................................1957 McIntyre, Phil ................................................ 1937-39 McKay, Chris .................................................. 1980-83 McKay, Sam ...........................................................1899

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O’Neil, Jerry ................................................... 1958-60 Ochs, William ................................................. 1908-09 Odykirk, Connor............................................ 2011-12 Odykirk, Dan ................................................. 1986-87 Odykirk, William ..................................................1958 Officer, Phil ..................................................... 1956-57 Ogle, Mike ...................................................... 2003-06 Oldham, LaBron ........................................... 1980-82 Oliver, Floyd ..........................................................1950 Ollenburger, Allen ....................................... 2006-09 Olmstead, Clarence ............................................1936 Olson, Jake ................................................2009, 2011 Olson, Paul ............................................................1944 Orr, Don ......................................................1941, 1946 Osborn, Lloyd ................................................ 1938-39 Ososki, Ed ....................................................... 1956-57

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P Pabalis, Tony ...................................... 1942, 1946-47 Page, Eric ........................................................ 1997-99 Pahoski, John ................................................ 1968-69 Painter, Dan ................................................... 1967-68 Palmer, Louis.........................................................2012 Palmitier, Randy ..................................................1977 Panchula, Mitchell ....................................... 1993-95 Panelli, Peter .................................................. 1983-85 Pangborn, James ................................................1966 Pankonin, Bob ......................................................1954 Pape, Eric ........................................................ 1963-66 Papler, Mike ................................................... 1988-90 Parham, James .....................................................1945 Parker, Doug .........................................................1962 Parker, Jeff .............................................................1983 Parker, Tim ...................................................... 1975-78 Parkhill, George ...................................................1909 Parmele, Chris ............................................... 1993-96 Partenio, John ............................................... 1949-51 Paskiewicz, Stan ............................... 1940, 1946-47 Paton, Frank ..........................................................1944 Patten, Harold ......................................................1947 Paul, Jack ........................................................ 1930-32 Paulson, Ken .........................................................1919 Pavoris, Ted .................................................... 1960-61 Pawlan, David ............................................... 1980-82 Pawley, Curt ................................................... 1988-91 Pearl, Norton ..................................... 1902-03, 1905 Pearle, John ..........................................................1944 Pelc, John ........................................................ 1962-65 Pellegrini, Chuck .......................................... 1986-88 Pepin, Mike ...........................................................1981 Perkins, Alexander ..................................1907, 1909 Perry, George .......................................................1947 Perry, Harold .........................................................1947 Perry, Jeff ...............................................................2003 Peters, Jan .............................................................1969 Peters, Ralph .........................................................1945 Peterson .................................................................1917 Petrimoulx, Ron ............................................ 1966-68 Petro, Ryan...................................................... 2011-12 Petrucci, Mike ................................................ 2008-11 Petty, Damon .......................................................2004 Peyerk, Troy .................................................... 2002-05 Phillips, Andy................................................. 2011-12 Phillips, Byron ............................................... 1995-98 Phillips, James ......................................................1998 Phillips, Tim ........................................ 2009, 2011-12 Phinney, James ....................................................1955 Pickard, Tom .........................................................1986 Pierce, Roger ................................................. 1946-47 Pietrowski, Don ............................................ 1980-82

Pilibosian, Dick ....................................................1948 Pintek, Michael ............................................. 1965-66 Pitt, Damon .................................................... 1996-98 Pittman, John .......................................................2002 Pitts, Jean ........................................................ 2006-08 Pitts, Kermit ................................................... 1982-83 Pitzer, Brandon ....................................................2002 Plate, Eric ........................................................ 1989-92 Plath, Rob ..............................................................1945 Pletz, John .............................................................1943 Pluger, Brad ..........................................................1993 Pobanz, John ........................................................1911 Poblah, Kito ................................................... 2007-10 Podoley, James ............................................. 1953-56 Poff, Zach ........................................................ 1997-00 Polard, Bob ............................................................1943 Polenz, Mark .................................................. 1979-82 Poljan, Marty ........................................................1990 Poljan, Richard .............................................. 1983-86 Portenfield, Glenn ..............................................1917 Porter, Ken ...................................................... 1932-34 Porter, Oliver ................................................. 1953-56 Post, Loren ................................................1902, 1905 Post, Mike ....................................................... 1967-69 Potter, Chester .............................................. 1923-24 Poyer, Jamie ................................................... 1968-70 Prais, Bob ...............................................................1961 Pratt, Jack ....................................................... 1950-52 Prescott, Jay ..........................................................1917 Preston, Chad ................................................ 1991-94 Preston, Dustin ............................................. 1991-94 Price, John ...................................................... 1955-57 Price, Kelvin ..........................................................1959 Prisk, James .................................................... 1957-59 Probert, Norman .................................................1961 Proctor, Dennis ............................................. 1973-74 Prout, Doug ..........................................................1972 Provencher, Don .......................................... 1941-42 Pruitt, Brian .................................................... 1992-94 Pushinsky ..............................................................1919 Q Quick, Allan .................................................... 1953-55 R Radcliff, Ryan.................................................. 2010-12 Raffaeli, Michael ..................................................2007 Rakan, Gary .................................................... 1990-92 Rather, Arthur ......................................................1905 Raterink, Bernard ......................................... 1954-55 Rathje, John ................................................... 1985-86 Rawls, David .................................................. 1990-91 Ray, John ......................................................... 1971-73 Ray, Thomas ................................................... 1972-74 Raymond, Arthur ......................................... 1911-12 Raymond, Craig ...................................................1972 Raymond, Fabrice ........................................ 2002-03 Reardon, Josh ............................................... 2001-04 Reardon, Ron ................................................. 1974-75 Redemsky, Louis .......................................... 1925-26 Reed, Eric ........................................................ 1985-88 Reed, Tyler ...................................................... 2008-10 Reek, Harley ................................................... 1927-29 Reese, Jimmy ................................................. 2002-04 Reeves, Chris ..................................... 2009, 2011-12 Reeves, David ................................................ 1965-66 Regiunius, Ed ........................................................1945 Rehberg, Scott .............................................. 1993-96 Rehmann, Greg ............................................ 1981-84 Reid, D.J. .............................................. 1990, 1992-93

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Remmo, C.J. ................................................... 1995-98 Rentschler, Greg ..................................................1981 Repovz, Michael............................................ 2010-12 Reugseggen, Ward .............................................1907 Reynolds, Matt .............................................. 2000-02 Reynolds, Todd ............................................. 1988-91 Reznik, Phil ............................................................1964 Rice, Cecil ........................................................ 1964-65 Rice, Jon .................................................................1961 Rich, Kevin ...................................................... 1989-91 Richards, Ollie ............................................... 1909-10 Richardson ............................................................1903 Richardson, Tom .................................................1974 Richie, Ray ...................................................... 1966-68 Ricumstrict, George .................................... 1985-88 Riley .........................................................................1944 Riley, Donnie ................................................. 1986-89 Ringquist, Gordon ....................................... 1954-57 Riopelle, Robert ........................................... 1982-83 Rison, Mose .................................................... 1974-77 Robbins, Elden .............................................. 1928-29 Robbins, George .......................................... 1922-23 Robbins, Ken ........................................................1951 Roberts, Doug ..........................................1982, 1984 Robertson, Durand ..................................... 1986-88 Robertson, Vondell ..................................... 1976-78 Robinson, Calvin .......................................... 1982-83 Robinson, Terrance ..................................... 2005-06 Robison, Joe .........................................................1952 Rocheleau, Ross ..................................................1980 Rodriguez, Caesar ........................................ 2009-12 Rodriguez, Steve .................................................1986 Roese, Robert ................................................ 1983-84 Rogers, Anthony .................................................2004 Rollins, John .........................................................1958 Rolph, Ron ...................................................... 1953-55 Rosa, Harvey .........................................................1911 Rose, Clarence .............................................. 1988-91 Ross, Don ...............................................................1953 Ross, Lester ...........................................................1933 Rosselit, Bob .........................................................1941 Rosso, Robert .......................................................1966 Rowell, Nathan ....................................................1961 Ruddy, Richard ............................................. 1970-72 Rummel, Ron ................................................. 1975-77 Runchey, Jack .......................................................1970 Rush, Darnell ................................................. 1988-90 Russell, Anthony .................................................1989 Russell, Walter ......................................................1905 Russian, Donovan ...............................................1999 Ryan, Mike ...................................................... 1976-78 Ryan, Mike ...................................................... 1984-87 Ryckman, James ..................................................1961 Rycus, Jeremy ............................................... 1993-94 Rykulski, Ed ........................................ 1974-76, 1978 Ryznar, Walt ..........................................................1939 S Saad, Pete ....................................................... 1976-77 Sadosty, Walt ................................................. 1959-60 Salani, Eric ...................................................... 1997-00 Sally, Lamar .................................................... 1990-92 Samec, James .......................................................1958 Samida, John ........................................................1944 Sands, Rich ............................................................1996 Sandy, James ................................................. 1971-73 Sankovitch, Mark ......................................... 1977-79 Sarnowski, Ralph ......................................... 1966-68 Satanski, Greg ............................................... 1966-68 Satterlee, Bryant .......................................... 1990-93

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T Tafelski, Kyle .................................................. 2000-01 Tallon, Ralph ...................................... 1921-23, 1926 Tambling, Preston ..............................................1917 Tata, Bob ................................................................1948 Taylor, Don ..................................................... 1937-39 Taylor, Fred ............................................................1917 Taylor, Jack ............................................................1942 Taylor, Mike .................................................... 1977-78 Taylor, Richard .....................................................1964 Teal, Lyle .......................................................... 1966-68 Tefft, Craig ...................................................... 1967-68 Teixeria, Art ...........................................................1948 Telfer, Philip ..........................................................2006 Tellar, Norman ................................... 1923-24, 1929 Terpstra, Rich ........................................................1948 Terry, Marty .................................................... 1977-79 Thomas, Charles ...........................................1988, 90 Thomas, Jerry ................................................ 1952-55 Thomas, Malcolm ........................................ 1993-94 Thomas, Mike ................................................ 2002-04 Thomas, Tim .................................................. 1993-94 Thompson, Chris .......................................... 1987-90 Thompson, Nick ........................................... 2002-03 Thompson, Tony .......................................... 2002-05 Thorsburg, Arthur ........................................ 1938-39 Tice, Bryan ...................................................... 1990-92 Tiejema, Gene ............................................... 1946-47 Tierney, Brian ...........................................1985, 1987 Till, Edward ............................................................1975 Tillotson, Oscar ............................................. 1931-33

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Stark, Thomas ............................................... 1966-67 Starkey, Chris ................................................. 2007-08 Starnes, Dennis ............................................. 1974-77 Staten, Armond ............................................ 2008-11 Stebbins, Robert .......................................... 1984-87 Stempien, Jerry ............................................ 1996-99 Stevens, Roland ............................................ 1983-85 Stevenson, Doug ................................................1950 Stevenson, Rodney ..................................... 1985-87 Stewart, Joe ..........................................................1965 Stickle, Bruce ................................................. 1907-08 Stillwell, Gerald ....................................................1912 Stinson, Darrall ............................................. 1990-92 Stinson, Darryll.............................................. 2010-11 Stiver, Chuck .................................................. 1977-80 Stockford, Eric ............................................... 1987-90 Stockwell, Roy ......................................................1945 Stoops, Thomas ............................................ 1964-66 Stott, Charles ........................................................1945 Strehl, Ryan .................................................... 2004-05 Strickler, Gerald ............................................ 1958-59 Strong, Ken .................................................... 1987-90 Struble, Charles ............................................ 1938-40 Strzelecki, Michael ...................................... 1982-83 Supianoski, Adam ....................................... 2000-03 Sutherland, Burton ............................................1943 Sutton, Theron .............................................. 1926-28 Suveges, Mike ......................................................1963 Svoboda, Dennis .......................................... 1982-83 Sweeney, Lawrence .................................... 1927-30 Sweeney, Mike .............................................. 1955-58 Sweeney, Sean .............................................. 1955-58 Swenor, Gordon ..................................................1961 Swenor, Jerry ................................................. 1958-59 Swenson, Cecil .............................................. 1929-31 Swetz, Mark ................................................... 1996-99 Szalka, Gary ..........................................................1966 Sztuczko, Carl ................................................ 1983-84

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Sieracki, Shane ............................................. 1990-93 Siezenga, Joseph ......................................... 1972-75 Sievert, Glenn ............................................... 1983-85 Simington, Nate ............................... 1992, 1994-95 Simmons, William ...............................................1916 Simoncik, Steve ............................................ 1939-40 Simons, Fritz .................................................. 1969-70 Simonson, Adam ......................................... 1995-97 Simpson, Mike .............................................. 1978-80 Simpson, Norm ............................................ 1939-40 Sine, Ray .......................................................... 1955-56 Sinkule III, Charles ....................................... 1965-67 Sisco, Thomas ................................................ 1919-20 Skeel, Josh ...................................................... 2000-01 Skergan, Sean ............................................... 2007-09 Sklenar, Joe .................................................... 1985-87 Sklenar, Steven ............................................. 1983-85 Skrocki, James .....................................................1969 Skrocki, Mark ................................................. 1980-83 Slota, Nick ....................................................... 1930-32 Slotten, John ........................................................1917 Smallbone, Brian .......................................... 1985-88 Smallbone, Martin ....................................... 1978-80 Smallbone, Steve ......................................... 1975-78 Smith, Alex ..................................................... 2009-12 Smith, Bill ...............................................................1957 Smith, Billy ..................................................... 1988-91 Smith, Bob .............................................................1962 Smith, Dennis (Mgr.) ..........................................1997 Smith, Don ..................................................... 1952-54 Smith, Don ............................................................1974 Smith, Floyd ..........................................................1912 Smith, Herman ............................................. 1996-97 Smith, Jason .................................................. 2002-05 Smith, Joel .............................................................1958 Smith, Ken .............................................................1944 Smith, Kent ........................................ 2002, 2004-05 Smith, Kyle.............................................................2011 Smith, Leroy ................................................... 1950-52 Smith, Marvin ................................................ 1999-02 Smith, Norman ............................................. 1975-77 Smith, Raleigh ............................................... 1967-68 Smith, Richard .....................................................1964 Smith, William ............................................... 1957-58 Smuts, Paul .................................................... 1959-61 Sneed, Ontario .............................................. 2005-08 Snelenberger, Clyde ..........................................1920 Snideman, Bob ....................................................1962 Snyder, Richard ............................................. 1950-52 Soffredine, Ralph ......................................... 1960-62 Softy, Robert ........................................................1944 Soper, Darryl .................................................. 1958-59 Sopha, Al ......................................................... 1956-57 Sopha, Tim ......................................... 1975, 1977-78 Sorenson, Arthur ......................................... 1905-06 Southard, John ....................................................1945 Southwell, Russell ........................................ 1956-57 Southworth, Caleb..............................................2011 Sowle, Don ..................................................... 1937-39 Sowle, Theo ..........................................................1933 Spalding, Lyle ................................................ 1964-66 Spranger, Greg .............................................. 1993-96 Spencer, Tom ................................................. 1958-59 Spross, Harold ......................................................1909 Srabian, Suren ......................................................1946 Stackhouse, Chester ................................... 1927-28 Staley, Joe ....................................................... 2003-06 Stamats, Donald ........................................... 1927-28 Stamm, James ......................................................1944 Stanford, John .............................................. 1982-84

Coaching Staff

Saunders, Bob ................................... 1968, 1970-71 Savich, Paul .................................................... 1998-01 Savich, Rade .................................................. 1975-78 Savu, Dan ...............................................................1972 Schaedig, Ivan .....................................................1955 Schanski, Blake ............................................. 1996-97 Schanski, Drew ....................................................2003 Scheffer, Chris ............................................... 1990-92 Schervish, Mike ............................................ 1976-77 Schick, Don ...........................................................1974 Schieber, Ron .......................................................1963 Schiller, Bob ................................................... 1934-36 Schmakel, Warren ........................................ 1940-42 Schmidt, Don ................................................ 1959-61 Schmidt, William .......................................... 1973-75 Schorman, Bryan ......................................... 1995-98 Schramm, Glenn .................................................1983 Schroeder, Bryan .......................................... 2008-09 Schroeder, Fred ...................................................1966 Schulenburg, Eric ...............................................2002 Schuknecht, Ed ............................................. 1946-48 Schulte, James .............................................. 1971-73 Schultz, Desmond ....................................... 1994-96 Schultz, James .............................................. 1948-51 Schultz, Ron ..........................................................1952 Schwalbach, Wayne .................................... 1974-77 Schwark, Gerald ........................................... 1962-63 Scott, Arthur .........................................................1949 Scott, Charles ................................................ 1954-56 Scott, D.J. ...............................................................2009 Scott, Don ...................................................... 1947-49 Scott, Jack ....................................................... 1947-49 Scott, James ..........................................................1963 Scott, Joe ........................................................ 1954-56 Scott, Ronald ........................................................1922 Screws, Jerome ........................................1973, 1975 Screws, Thomas ...................................................1975 Sears, Jack ...................................................... 1951-53 Seay, Bobby ................................................... 2007-10 Sedlacek, George ................................................1977 Seida, Judd ............................................................1995 Seeley, Orville ............................................... 1938-40 Selinger, Chuck ............................................. 1990-93 Sellers, Tony ................................................... 1983-86 Sellers, Rick ...........................................................1985 Serpa, Blake...........................................................2012 Serrin, Bill ...............................................................1958 Serrin, Phil .............................................................1954 Sewell, Ralph ................................................. 1997-00 Seybert, Earl .........................................................1942 Seymour, Jerry .............................................. 2003-04 Shader, James ......................................................1942 Shannon, Bob ......................................................1965 Sheets, Harold ......................................................1948 Shellnut, Fred .......................................................1970 Shelton, Eugene ..................................................1919 Shepherd, Pete ............................................. 1997-00 Sherman, Clinton ................................................1917 Sherwin, Greg ............................................... 1990-92 Shillito, John .................................................. 1976-78 Shimunek, T.J. ......................................................1999 Shipp, Bob .............................................................1945 Sholtey, Larry ................................................ 1951-52 Shorts, Bruce ........................................................1899 Shorts, Perry .........................................................1899 Shouse, Melvin ............................................. 1928-30 Showalter, Lawrence .................................. 1923-24 Shuple, Bill ..................................................... 1962-63 Siegle, Chris ...................................................1984, 86 Sieracki, Jerome ........................................... 1956-59

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Timpf, Erik ....................................................... 1992-94 Tipton, Houston ..................................................1975 Tipton, Zurlon................................................ 2010-12 Todd, Willie ..................................................... 1978-81 Tolbert, Damon ................................ 1992, 1994-95 Tooley, Darren ......................................................2002 Torres, Matt .................................................... 2007-10 Torzy, Shane .................................................. 2007-10 Towle, William ......................................................1907 Townsend, Carl ....................................................1945 Townsend, Fred ...................................................1991 Toyzon, Gerald .............................................. 1952-55 Traughber, Bill ......................................................1945 Treend, Charles ....................................................1953 Trellay, Ernest .......................................................1946 Trogan, Eugene ............................................ 1937-38 Trost, Don ....................................................... 1954-55 Troy, Peter ....................................................... 1932-34 Troyen, William ....................................................1950 Tuck, Cecil ..............................................................1910 Tucker, Darryl ................................................ 1978-80 Tucker, Dick ...........................................................1957 Tuckey, Don ................................................... 1955-56 Tunney, Eric ................................................... 2005-07 Tuma, Clarence ............................................. 1947-49 Turner, Dick .................................................... 1958-59 Turner, Robert ............................................... 1999-02 Turner, Terry ................................................... 1970-72 Tyrna, Ernest .........................................................1946 Tyus Jr., Anthony .......................................... 2001-04

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U Udell, Jerry ..................................................... 1936-37 Umphrey, Brad .............................................. 1991-92 Urchike, Bob .................................................. 1960-62 Urquhart, John ....................................................1964 Ushmavc, Donald ...............................................1947

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V Vais, Tony ........................................................ 1988-91 Van Alstine, Norman ..........................................1962 Van Dalen, Cel ............................................... 1933-35 VandenBrooks, Tom .................................... 1939-41 Vanderhull, James ....................................... 1939-42 van der Merwe, Derek .......................................1995 VanderMeulen, Joe ..................................... 1989-92 VanderZee, Jeff ............................................. 1979-80 Van Hoaren, John ........................................ 1978-79 Van Hoeson, Ken .......................................... 1932-34 Van Leuven, Buell ...............................................1907 Van Sice ..................................................................1918 Vanzo, Ralph .........................................................1948 Verska, Paul .................................................... 1965-66 Vicari, Joe ...............................................................1977 Vickers, Derrick ............................................. 2000-03 Vierk, John ...................................................... 1978-80 Vincent, Merton ........................................... 1916-17 Visner, Jeff ...................................................... 1975-77 Visscher, Carl ................................................. 1956-57 Vitale, Tony ..................................................... 1979-81 Voelz, Lyle ..............................................................1977 Volny, Carl ....................................................... 2007-10 Voltner, Michael ..................................................1999 Vondette, Pete .....................................................1986

History

W Wade, Aubrey ................................................ 1982-84 Wagner, Frank ............................................... 1923-26 Walker, Allen .........................................................1957 Walker, Andre .......................................................1994

Walker, Mike .................................................. 1965-66 Wall, Ben ................................................................1942 Wallace, Derrick ............................................ 2000-01 Wallace, Ralph ............................................... 1991-93 Wallace, Robert ............................................ 1958-59 Walters, Ken ................................................... 1962-63 Walton, Lawrence ........................................ 1924-25 Walton, Leterrius .......................................... 2011-12 Walton, Orlando ..................................................2003 Walz, Jarvis ..................................................... 1952-55 Walzak, Steve ................................................ 1960-62 Ward, Bill ............................................. 1942, 1945-46 Ward, Fred .............................................................1936 Wares, Dale ...........................................................1946 Warren, Bob ..........................................................1958 Warren, Don .........................................................1966 Wasylk, James ............................................... 1965-67 Waters, Rick .................................................... 1977-79 Watkins, Ray .........................................................1912 Watson, David ......................................................2000 Watt, J.J. ..................................................................2007 Wattrick, Don .......................................................1931 Weaver, Rocky ............................................... 2008-11 Webb, Bill ...............................................................1951 Webber, Vince ..........................................1998, 2000 Webster, Calvin ....................................................1949 Webster, J.D. .................................................. 1947-48 Weede, Ed ....................................................... 1949-52 Weede, Tom ................................................... 1949-51 Weichert, Don ......................................................1955 Weisenburger, David .........................................1981 Welch, Rob ............................................................1945 Welch, Tim ...................................................... 1970-72 Weldon, Don ........................................................1950 Wells, George .......................................................1899 Welton, Joe ...........................................................1965 Wendger, William ................................................1917 Wepman, Bill ................................................. 1934-36 West, Al ............................................................ 1926-28 West, Chaz ...................................................... 2006-07 West, Thomas .................................... 1902-03, 1905 Westendorp, A.J............................................ 2010-12 Westrich, James ............................................ 1998-01 Whatley, Ralph .....................................................1919 Wheatley, Ed .........................................................1966 Whitaker, David ............................................ 1986-87 White, Asante .......................................................2004 White, Bill ........................................................ 1977-79 White, Charles ......................................................1943 White, Ed ............................................. 1931, 1933-34 White, Lorenzo ............................................. 2009-12 White, Scott ................................................... 1989-92 Wicks, Raymond ..................................................1973 Wieland, Mike ............................................... 1963-64 Wierenga, J.J. ................................................. 1987-90 Wiese, Uwe ..................................................... 1960-63 Wild, Eric ......................................................... 1965-66 Wile, Karl ......................................................... 1922-23 Wiley, Robert ........................................................1908 Wilkerson, Clint ............................................ 1984-87 Wilkie, Jason .................................................. 1989-92 Willett, Charles .....................................................1945 Williams, Adam ............................................. 1996-97 Williams, Brian .............................................. 1983-86 Williams, Courtney....................................... 2011-12 Williams, Isham ............................................. 1946-49 Williams, James ............................................ 1987-90 Williams, John ............................................... 2008-11 Williams, LaVarus ......................................... 2009-10 Williams, Leython ........................................ 2003-06

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Williams, Nate................................................ 2011-12 Williams, Reggie ..................................................1989 Williams, Sam ................................................ 2006-09 Williams, Shawn ........................................... 1995-98 Williams, Temirez ......................................... 2004-05 Williams, Tim ................................................. 1979-82 Wilson, Arnold .............................................. 1949-51 Wilson, Casey ................................................ 1996-97 Wilson, Cody .................................................. 2009-12 Wilson, Darnell ............................................. 1996-99 Wilson, David .......................................................1969 Wilson, Jason.................................................. 2011-12 Wilson, Jeremy .............................................. 2008-09 Wilson, Wayne ............................................... 1954-55 Wimberly, Denzel................................................2012 Winieckie, Theo ...................................................1958 Winston, Jerome .......................................... 1996-97 Winston, Steve .............................................. 2009-12 Winters, Todd ................................................ 1986-89 Wise, Chris ...................................................... 1984-87 Wisneski, Leo ................................................. 1938-40 Witherspoon, Jovan ...........................................2003 Wodclechowski, Dennis ...................................1958 Wodek, Ed ...................................................... 1934-36 Wohlgamuth, Chris ..................................... 2005-07 Wohlgemuth, Matt ...................................... 2000-03 Wojcik, Tim ..................................................... 1990-93 Wojt, Greg ...................................................... 2006-08 Wolf, LaVerne ................................................ 1952-54 Wolfe, George ............................................... 1961-64 Wollenzin, Don ............................................. 1977-79 Wood, Richard .............................................. 1930-31 Woodbeck, Don ..................................................1949 Woodcock, Roland .............................................1942 Woods, Duane .....................................................1982 Woolson, Don ......................................................1929 Word, Carl ....................................................... 1976-79 Woroniecki, Mike ......................................... 1974-75 Wright, Quincy ............................................. 1993-96 Wroblewski, David ...................................... 1962-63 Wunderlich, John ........................................ 1974-76 Wyatt, James ................................................. 1988-91 Wyman, Bruce ............................................... 1963-64 Wyse, Clayton ......................................................1910 Y Yedinak, Mike .......................................................1948 Yost, Charles .........................................................1936 Young, Anthony...................................................2012 Young, Chalmer ............................................ 1933-35 Young Jr., Frank ............................................ 1946-47 Young, Howard ............................................. 1984-87 Young, Will ..................................................... 1976-79 Youngblood, Joe .......................................... 1990-93 Youngs, Fred .........................................................1902 Youngs, James .............................................. 1963-64 Z Zarafonetis, Dean ...............................................2003 Zaremba, Jerry .............................................. 1996-99 Zeinstra, Ron ........................................................1962 Zelinsky, Kyle ........................................................2010 Zenk, Mike..............................................................2012 Ziegler, Percy ...............................1921-22, 1925-26 Zielinski, Phil ................................................. 1984-87 Zilinski, Robert .............................................. 1968-70 Zombo, Frank ................................................ 2006-09

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• Led CMU to its fifth bowl appearance in the last seven years, defeating Western Kentucky, 24-21, in the 2012 Little Caesars Pizza Bowl. This was just the third Division I bowl victory in CMU history and the first by a permanent head coach. • All-American offensive tackle Eric Fisher made program and MAC history when he was selected No. 1 overall by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2013 NFL Draft. • One of four active Division I coaches to win a bowl game both as a starting quarterback and a head coach. Steve Spurrier (South Carolina), Steve Sarkisian (Washington), and Mike Gundy (Oklahoma State) have also accomplished the feat. • Won the Victory Cannon Trophy and the Michigan MAC Trophy with a 2010 victory over Western Michigan on ESPNU • Handed eventual 2011 MAC champion Northern Illinois its only loss of the conference season • 19 All-MAC honorees • 12 Academic All-MAC selections • 5 Academic All-District honorees • 3 Academic All-Americans • A former Michigan State starting quarterback • Has tutored record-setting quarterbacks at each of his programs


2013 Football Schedule Date

Opponent

Location

Time

Aug 31

at Michigan

Ann Arbor, Mich.

3:30 p.m.

Sept. 7

New Hampshire

Mount Pleasant

3 p.m.

Sept. 14 at UNLV

Las Vegas, Nev.

10 p.m.

Sept. 21 Toledo*

Mount Pleasant

12 p.m.

Sept. 28 at North Carolina State

Raleigh, N.C.

TBA

Oct. 5

at Miami*

Oxford, Ohio

TBA

Oct. 12

at Ohio*

Athens, Ohio

2 p.m.

Oct. 19

Northern Illinois*

Mount Pleasant

3 p.m.

Nov. 6

at Ball State*

Muncie, Ind.

8 p.m.

Nov. 16

at Western Michigan*

Kalamazoo, Mich. 12 p.m.

Nov. 23 UMass*

Mount Pleasant

1 p.m.

Nov. 29 Eastern Michigan*

Mount Pleasant

TBA

Dec. 6

Detroit, Mich.

TBA

MAC Championship

Homes games in bold • *Mid-American Conference game

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