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CMU secondary key to keeping streak alive

The last time the Western Michigan football team won in Mount Pleasant was 1973. It’s the glaring sore spot that the Broncos have tried to bandage since. Both Western and CMU have juggled multiple identities all season. Both are trying […]
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Seniors want last game to be a memorable one

Seniors want last game to be a memorable one

Greg Burghardt For any senior, the last game of the season is an emotional one. When it comes at home against your biggest rival, emotional is an understatement. “It’s big,” said senior runningback Robbie Mixon. “They’re our biggest rival, and […]
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Field hockey’s Lewis invited to all-star game

Senior Meg Lewis couldn’t have planned a better senior year. A co-captain of the field hockey team, she helped the Chippewas to a Regular Season MAC Championship. For her hard work Lewis was named to the National Field Hockey Coaches […]
Football

Police: Students should walk to game

Police from all over the state will be at the university during the Central/Western game to direct parking and patrol parties and a full stadium. The entire CMU police staff along with city, Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribal police and State […]
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Friends become foes for rivalry

Friends will become foes as CMU sophomore tight end John Pittman and junior wide receiver Steve Messam take the field against Western in the last game of the season Saturday. Pittman, who played at St. Martin DePorres, will face-off against […]
Football
Home-field advantage

Home-field advantage

Greg Burghardt In 1973 Western Michigan won at then Perry Shorts Stadium (18-13), the next season Central Michigan defended home turf, winning 42-6. Since then the Chippewas have been unbeaten, including a 21-17 victory in 2000 during CMU Head Coach […]
Football

Rivarly has proven advantages don’t mean a thing

Central Michigan Life Sports Writer Matt Schoch breaks down Saturday’s Central/Western game: Quarterbacks: Junior Derrick Vickers or redshirt freshman Kent Smith? Head Coach Mike DeBord said it will be a game-time decision, but it’s expected that the third-year coach has […]
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Men’s team opens against George Mason

Year one of the A.D. (After David) era begins tonight. Last year’s starters David Webber and Chad Pleiness will be noticeably absent when the CMU basketball team takes the floor against George Mason at 7:30 p.m. Despite the loss of […]
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Spero takes another award

Senior Janel Spero was acknowledged for her contributions to the field hockey team for the third time this season. The National Field Hockey Coaches Association named Spero to the first team of the Division I West. She is the first […]
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The strive for five MAC titles

He is a four-time MAC Coach of the Year and has guided his team to 24 consecutive MAC dual meet victories. But, after four consecutive conference championships, where was wrestling coach Tom Borrelli on Monday afternoon? Mopping the practice mats. […]
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Volleyball hosts final home match

The volleyball team is fighting to stay alive in the race for the final two spots in the upcoming MAC tournament. The Chippewas host in-state rival Eastern Michigan (25-6 and 12-5 MAC) at 7 p.m. tonight. The Chippewas (12-18 overall, […]
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Giving praise where praise is due

God has been excluded from almost every aspect of our daily lives. And now, he’s no longer welcomed at the post-game media table. Why, you ask? Because we live in a society where believing in God has become a laughable […]


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