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Preview: Chippewas host Huskies in battle for first place

(10/22/21 3:45pm)

Had the idea of Central Michigan hosting a Mid-American Conference West Division-leading Northern Illinois been hatched in the summer, many would've raised an eyebrow. After all, how could the team that finished winless just one season prior ascend to the top of the pecking order in such a short time?

Behind Enemy Lines: NIU football beat writer James Krause discusses CMU game

(10/21/21 2:29pm)

Central Michigan Life's Christian Booher spoke with Northern Illinois football beat writer of The Northern Star to preview CMU's game against the Huskies at Kelly/Shorts Stadium. Northern Illinois is 5-2 overall, holding a 3-0 record in Mid-American Conference play. 

Maroon and Bold S11E3: You win some, you lose some

(10/19/21 6:00pm)

CM Life Sports is back for another episode of Maroon and Bold! On this weeks episode, Noah breaks down Soccer's final stretch of the season, Sean discusses the struggles plaguing volleyball, Grace Butler debuts "Grace's Corner" where she talks with CMU starting pitcher Jordan Patty. Ashley discusses field hockey's recent three contests while Mitch and Christian discuss football's wins over Ohio and Toledo while previewing Saturday's game against NIU. 

Dan LeFevour reflects on legendary games from hall of fame career

(10/18/21 5:39pm)

Dan LeFevour, who quarterbacked Central Michigan’s football team from 2006-09, was one of six Chippewas to be inducted into the CMU Athletics Hall of Fame as part of the class of 2020. In his time at quarterback, LeFevour led the team to three Mid-American Conference championships and two bowl wins. He was 38-17 as the team's starter. 

'Be smooth': Marshall Meeder comes up clutch in Chippewas' homecoming win

(10/18/21 1:47pm)

Calm and collected, Marshall Meeder smiled into a webcam with his long, curly, brown mullet flowing out of a maroon headband. The mullet was born over quarantine, during the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. Meeder needed a hair cut and his uncle took care of him.