CMU football's Stuart and Swartout earn CSC All-District Football Team

Central Michigan football senior defensive lineman Robi Stuart and sophomore offensive lineman Brayden Swartout were named to the College Sports Communicators (CSC) Academic All-District Football Team on Tuesday. 

Hailing from Saginaw, Stuart started in nine of 11 games this year at defensive tackle for the Chippewas. He has 26 tackles, 15 of them solo, five tackles for loss, and two sacks this season. In Stuart's five years at CMU, he has racked up 100 total tackles, 51 solo, 17.5 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks. 

He is a two-time All-MAC selection and has been named a semifinalist for the William V. Campbell Trophy, awarded by the National Football Foundation to the nation's top scholar-athlete in college football. He is also a three-time Academic All-American honoree.

Swartout, an Essexville native, started all 11 games at right tackle this year for the Chippewas. Swartout had his first career solo tackle this year at Northern Illinois where the Chippewas took down the Huskies 35-22. 

Stuart and Swartout are now eligible for Academic All-America honors.