Chips Charge Forward


 Staff Photographer || Senior tight end Deon Butler and Senior running back Thomas Rawls celebrate after a touchdown against Chattanooga. 

Bouncing back from a scoreless first quarter, the Central Michigan University football team showed strength, resolve and grace-under-pressure as they charged forward en route to a 20-16 victory. Senior graduate transfer student and running back Thomas Rawls had a breakout performance in the Chippewas season opener under the lights at Kelly/Shorts Stadium. The CMU defense, meanwhile, forced four turn-overs including two key interceptions by emerging defensive back Tony Annese. 


Staff Photographer || Sophomore kicker Ron Coluzzi kicks off the Chippewas' season at Kelly/Shorts Stadium. 


Photo Editor || Central Michigan University Chippewas charge the field during the beginning of the home opener on Thursday night at Kelly/Shorts Stadium. 


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