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CMU will finish off a three-game home stand at 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9 against Tennessee Tech in McGuirk Arena.
“It would be huge for us, we haven’t won a bowl game in five years,” Ostman said. “This is a big test for us and this time we want to go out there and get the win.”
CMU has about a month left to practice before their first meet of the season at 2 p.m. on Jan. 6 versus Illinois State at McGuirk Arena.
Central Michigan (8-4) kicks off against Wyoming (7-5) in the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl at 4 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 22 at Albertsons Stadium in Boise.
Central Michigan (6-1) takes on Montana State (6-3) at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at McGuirk Arena.
WMU and Buffalo finished with 6-6 overall records — so they were eligible for a bowl bid.
CMU D3 Hockey goes 2-2 over the weekend as they defeat SVSU Saturday, Dec. 2 to improve to 19-4.
The Chippewas have a home and home series against Michigan State next weekend. The first game on Friday night will be played at the Suburban Ice Arena in Lansing and the Saturday game will be played at home at the Isabella Country Recreation ice arena.
Evan: CMU's only loss of the season is a close loss to Michigan after being predicted to finished dead last in the MAC West. While the team still has a lot to prove, I think the Chippewas are further along than anyone expected coming into the year. CMU has an up-tempo defense, which translates directly into offense. The boys from Mount Pleasant could make some noise in the MAC this year. Grade: A
The Chippewas travel to face SIUE at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 7.
Central Michigan football will face Wyoming in the 2017 Famous Idaho Potato Bowl.
CMU Wrestling is back in action with a dual meet at No. 17 South Dakota State on Friday, Dec. 8 at 8:30 p.m.
“The goal for every team is to be in the NCAA tournament,” Central Michigan head coach Keno Davis said. “We want to be competitive enough to have that opportunity.”
Central Michigan won three games in four days to bring the 40th and final Great Alaska Shootout title to Mount Pleasant, Michigan.
CMU will play Wright State tonight in Springfield, Ohio. They have won three of their last four and has a chance to win three in a row with a win tonight.
The CMU hockey team finished strong after slow start to their first game back from Thanksgiving break, but won their eighth straight over SVSU, 9-1.
Oliver will compete in the semifinals, while C.J. Brucki, Mason Smith, and Jordan Ellingwood are still in consolation play.
CMU will stay in Mount Pleasant for its next contest with Montana State at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 5, at McGuirk Arena and will be televised on ESPN3.
Mid-American Conference Commissioner Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher and Ford Field President Rod Wood secured the deal for a two-year extension through 2021 on Friday.