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Spring camp hasn’t been this crowded in a long time.
Over 80 players have suited up for CMU during spring practice which is giving the coaches opportunities to assess the depth chart and giving the players more competition during drills.
The influx of players is due to so many guys being redshirted last season.
The Mid-American Conference and the University of Massachusetts jointly announced this week that the 2015 football season will be the final year for UMass as a member of the conference.
“UMass has been a valued partner during its brief time within our Conference, however, the 2014 and 2015 seasons will be the final two football seasons for UMass as a football-only member in the MAC,” said MAC Commissioner Jon Steinbrecher in a press release.
UMass joined the MAC as a football-only member on April 20, 2011.
Central Michigan University football coach Dan Enos named Ben Presnell the program’s coordinator of recruiting and player personnel this week.
“We’ve had the opportunity to have Ben work with us over the past few years and we were impressed with his knowledge, dedication, work ethic and organization,” Enos said in a statement.
Central Michigan football announced its spring practices schedule Tuesday.
Wednesday March 19 will mark the first of 15 spring practices, leading up to the spring football game on Saturday, April 19.
For the fifth-straight year, the football program will host a free youth clinic before the spring game, giving kids a chance to improve their skills alongside CMU athletes.
CMU is also putting on a Easter Egg hunt between the clinic and game in the IAC with lunch being provided for parents and kids.
The Chippewas will begin the regular season Aug.
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There’s no guarantee there will be a Chippewa selected on May 8 during the 2014 NFL Draft.
Nine seniors and two former Chippewas tried to better their chances at Wednesday’s Pro Day.
Scouts from 10 NFL teams were in attendance to gauge the skills of the graduating seniors.
The Mid-American Conference announced the football schedules of its member schools including Western Division member Central Michigan, Friday.
The Chippewas will open the 2014 season at home against Tennessee-Chattanooga on Thursday, Aug.
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Louisville's Sherrone Moore has been named the new tight end coach for Central Michigan.
CMU Athletic Communications announced Friday the former Louisville tight ends coach will join the Central Michigan football staff under the same position.
“I am honored and happy to be a part of coach Enos' staff and the Central Michigan family,” Moore said in a press release.
Former Central Michigan University quarterback Darrien Boone was sentenced to 12 months probation Thursday, and ordered to pay $923 in fines and legal fees after using a stolen credit card in November.
The 19-year-old's sentencing hearing was held at the Isabella County Trial Court where he was represented by his defense attorney, Anne McLellan.
Football head coach Dan Enos announced Thursday the hiring of Reed Schuitema as CMU’s new director of football operations.
“Reed will bring a lot of experience to this role,” Enos said.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to correct a misspelling.
The future of Central Michigan football was made public by head coach Dan Enos on Wednesday at his annual National Signing Day press conference.
A total of 18 recruits make up the class of 2014, each of whom Enos said fits the mold of what a Chippewa should be.
“All these young men have been investigated character wise,” he said.
Central Michigan football head coach Dan Enos announced Wednesday that redshirt sophomore quarterback Alex Niznak is leaving the program to graduate a semester early.
"It was a business decision," Niznak told Central Michigan Life.
Central Michigan football will reportedly gain a major offensive asset next fall.
Flint-native and University of Michigan running back Thomas Rawls told The Flint Journal that he plans to transfer to CMU after graduating from U-M in May.
Rawls’ grad-transfer would give him one year of eligibility at CMU. Central Michigan football officials could not comment on Rawls’s situation.
“We can’t comment on (Rawls) because he is not a student here,” said Rob Wyman, director of Athletic Communications.
Rawls told the newspaper he has decided to transfer to CMU to better his chances of playing in the NFL.
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Dan Enos had no doubt who his next offensive coordinator would be when Mike Cummings left for the same job at University of Connecticut last week.
The Central Michigan head football coach announced the promotion of former quarterbacks coach Morris Watts to the vacant OC role late Tuesday.
Central Michigan football announced the promotion of two offensive coaches Tuesday evening, replacing the loss of offensive coordinator Mike Cummings.
Head coach Dan Enos moved quarterbacks coach Morris Watts into the role of offensive coordinator.
Butch Berry, CMU's tight ends coach for four seasons, will now be the Chippewas offensive line coach.
“Coach Watts and Coach Barry have been hard-working, devoted members of this staff and I feel they will excel in these new roles,” Enos said in a statement released by CMU athletic communications.
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Central Michigan receiver Titus Davis will return for his senior season in 2014, the school announced Tuesday.
Davis, from Wheaton, Ill., met with the coaching staff on Monday to make the decision. In a release from the school, David said he wants to complete his degree and help the Chippewas "win a championship" next season.
"Being able to wear the maroon and gold is something that is very special to me and I am looking forward to the beginning our offseason program in a few weeks," Davis said.
The 6-foot-2, 190-pound receiver had a career-high 1,109 yards receiving this season, even after missing a game, and ranks sixth in program history with 2,720.