Chippewas Roll Over EIU in Opener, 31-12

The Central Michigan University Chippewas started slowly Thursday night before 19,732 fans at Kelly/Shorts Stadium but finished very strong, beating Eastern Illinois University 31-12 to win their first season opener since 2002.
August 29, 2008

Chippewas Are MAC Champions Again

The Central Michigan University football program defended it's 2006 Mid-American Conference Championship in style Saturday at Detroit's Ford Field with a dominating 35-10 win over the Miami RedHawks in the 2007 MAC title game.
December 1, 2007

CMU Looks to Maintain Momentum at Purdue

The Central Michigan University football program defeated the University of Toledo this past weekend, 52-31, in a pivotal Mid-American Conference game. Saturday, the Chippewas travel to Purdue University for a nationally televised game against the Boilermakers on ESPN2.
September 14, 2007

Sneed Named MAC West Player of the Week

MOUNT PLEASANT - Central Michigan University junior running back Ontario Sneed of Clinton (Ill.) High School has been named Mid-American Conference West Division Offensive Player of the Week.
September 11, 2007

Sneed Named Candidate for Doak Walker Award

MOUNT PLEASANT - Central Michigan University junior running back Ontario Sneed of Clinton (Ill.) High School has been named a preseason candidate for the Doak Walker Award.
August 28, 2007

CMU Football Adds to Preseason Accolades

MOUNT PLEASANT - Central Michigan University's football program has earned preseason recognition from four more season preview magazines.
July 17, 2007

CMU Wins Fourth Straight, 42-26 at Temple

PHILADELPHIA - Ontario Sneed accounted for 233 all-purpose yards and scored four touchdowns as Central Michigan University (6-3 overall) won its fourth straight game, 42-26, at Temple (1-9) on Saturday.
November 5, 2006

Big Plays Lead to CMU Win Over BGSU, 31-14

Central Michigan University used some big plays to secure a 31-14 Mid-American Conference win against Bowling Green State University Thursday night at Kelly/Shorts Stadium.
October 20, 2006