Central Michigan Chippewas football
|Central Michigan Chippewas football|
|Athletic director||Dave Heeke|
|Head coach||Dan Enos
4th year, 19–30 (.388)
|Home stadium||Kelly/Shorts Stadium|
|Location||Mount Pleasant, Michigan|
|League||NCAA Division I FBS|
|All-time record||590–388–37 (.600)|
|Postseason bowl record||3–4 (.429)|
|Claimed national titles||1|
Maroon and Gold
|Fight song||The Fighting Chippewa|
|Marching band||The Marching Chippewas|
The Central Michigan Chippewas football team is a major college football program in Division I FBS, representing Central Michigan University (CMU). CMU is an all-time Top 25 Division I FBS program in winning percentage and top five amongst all FBS teams from non-automatic qualifying conferences.
The Chippewas have played in five bowl games in the last seven years, drawing 60,624 fans in the 2007 Motor City Bowl. CMU has played a total of eight post-season games (conference championships and bowl games), winning six of the eight post-season games in the last seven years. Recent Chippewa All-Americans include Antonio Brown and Eric Fisher. CMU finished in the Top 25 in the nation in the final January 2010 AP Poll and USA Today Coaches Poll from the 2009–10 season.
Chippewa players on recent Super Bowl rosters included Antonio Brown WR, Pittsburgh Steelers; Cullen Jenkins DE, Green Bay Packers; Josh Gordy CB, Green Bay Packers; Frank Zombo OLB, Green Bay Packers; Tory Humphrey TE, New Orleans Saints and Joe Staley OT, San Francisco 49ers.
The Central Michigan football program had two starters in the 2012 Pro Bowl, fifth most of any college football program in the nation and two starters selected in the 2014 Pro Bowl, more than Alabama, Notre Dame, Stanford, Ohio State and Michigan.
CMU had the first overall draft pick in the 2013 NFL Draft; left tackle, Eric Fisher who was chosen 1st by the Kansas City Chiefs, joining former CMU left tackle Joe Staley of the San Francisco 49ers as recent Chippewa 1st round draft choices.
- 1 Traditions
- 2 Recent seasons
- 3 Bowl games
- 4 Future bowl tie-ins
- 5 Rivalries
- 6 Series against Michigan State Spartans
- 7 Chippewas currently playing professional football
- 8 Notable Chippewas in the NFL & NFL draft choices
- 9 Media
- 10 Future non-conference opponents
- 11 See also
- 12 References
- 13 External links
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Central Michigan has produced 18 National Football League (NFL) offensive linemen / NFL Draft choices along the offensive line including many who have gone on to productive careers like CMU teammates and ten-year NFL veterans Brock Gutierrez, Detroit Lions and Scott Rehberg, New England Patriots and in recent years Joe Staley and Eric Fisher were selected in the first round of the NFL Draft.
The most prolific CMU roster of recent Chippewa offensive linemen featured six future players on a NFL roster: Joe Staley, San Francisco 49ers (NFL 1st round draft choice); Eric Ghiaciuc, Cincinnati Bengals (NFL 4th round draft choice); Andrew Hartline, Miami Dolphins; Drew Mormino, Miami Dolphins (NFL 6th round draft choice); Adam Kieft, Cincinnati Bengals (NFL 5th round draft choice); Tory Humphrey, New Orleans Saints.
Kelly/Shorts game day experience
Central Michigan has the largest on campus stadium in the Mid-American Conference, seating 32,885 fans and has been playing home football games dating back to 1896. The Sporting News has named Kelly/Shorts Stadium "the finest football facility in the Mid-American Conference" and "the best game day atmosphere in the MAC".
The south end zone is anchored by the CMU student body cheering section which can exceed ten thousand students, creating a loud atmosphere for opponents. The Chippewa Marching Band, cheerleaders, and dance team add to the game day experience and has helped CMU become one of the nation's winningest schools at home with a .714 winning percentage all-time at Kelly/Shorts Stadium.
CMU drew a capacity crowd of 35,127 fans for the Central Michigan–Michigan State game televised on ESPNU and has hosted schools from the ACC, Big Ten, and Big 12 conferences. Future opponents at home include schools from the Big Ten, ACC, Big 12, and Mountain West conferences.
In 2010, the CMU Board of Trustees designed and set course to construct a state of the art stadium expansion to integrate a hotel, restaurant, and conference center connected by a glass atrium to new stadium suites on the east side. This addition will be custom-built into Kelly/Shorts Stadium.
Newer upgrades include a video scoreboard standing six stories and featuring two video replay boards—one facing into the stadium and a second board facing outside the stadium by tailgating areas. NFL-quality permanent lighting has been installed for television and future ESPN night games.
"Fire Up Chips!", "OO-Wah . . . Chip-OO-Wah" & "The Fighting Chippewa"
The traditional greeting of "FIRE UP CHIPS!" heard amongst Chippewa fans, students and alumni around the nation can also be heard on game day and throughout the stadium. The Chippewa nickname is used with the consent and support of the nearby Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe, who have a positive relationship with the university.
The CMU football helmet logo has evolved from a "Chippewa Indian spear and feather" to a "Flying C" representing the CMU Chippewas.
The CMU pre-game entrance signals the beginning of another great Chippewa football contest by filling the stadium with the name itself, loud and clear: "OO-WAH . . . CHIP-OO-WAH!"
The Fight Song, "The Fighting Chippewa" (Words and Music by Howard Loomis, Class of 1935), can be heard after a Chippewa score: " FIGHT, Central down the field, FIGHT for victory, FIGHT, fellows never yield; We're with you, oh varsity. Onward with banners bold, to our colors we'll be true, FIGHT for Maroon and Gold, Down the field for C. M. U."
Central Michigan has won sixteen conference championships including seven Mid-American Conference Championships, the most of any MAC team since entering the conference in 1975.
Many notable coaches have contributed to CMU's culture. Some include legendary "Wild" Bill Kelly who won seven conference championships in sixteen years and whom Kelly/Shorts Stadium is named after; national championship winning coach Roy Kramer who had a 72% winning percentage and never had a losing season in more than a decade; College Football Hall of Fame coach Herb Deromedi who is the winningest coach in MAC history and Brian Kelly and Butch Jones who combined for three MAC Championships in four years, four consecutive bowl appearance and top 25 finish in the nation.
The Chippewas won the 1974 NCAA Division II National Championship by defeating Delaware 54–14.
|1974||NCAA Division II||Roy Kramer||12–1|
|Year||Conference||Coach||Overall record||Conference record|
|1952||Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference||Bill Kelly||7–2||6–0|
|1953||Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference||Bill Kelly||7–1–1||5–0–1|
|1954||Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference||Bill Kelly||8–2||5–1|
|1955||Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference||Bill Kelly||8–1||5–1|
|1956||Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference||Bill Kelly||9–0||6–0|
|1962||Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference||Bill Kelly||6–4||4–0|
|1966||Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference||Bill Kelly||5–5||3–0|
|1967||Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference||Roy Kramer||8–2||2–1|
|1968||Interstate Intercollegiate Athletic Conference||Roy Kramer||7–2||2–1|
|1979||Mid-American Conference||Herb Deromedi||10–0–1||8–0–1|
|1980||Mid-American Conference||Herb Deromedi||9–2||7–2|
|1990||Mid-American Conference||Herb Deromedi||8–3–1||7–1|
|1994||Mid-American Conference||Dick Flynn||9–3||8–1|
|2006||Mid-American Conference||Brian Kelly *||10–4||7–1|
|2007||Mid-American Conference||Butch Jones||8–6||6–1|
|2009||Mid-American Conference||Butch Jones *||12–2||8–0|
|1990||California Bowl||L||San Jose State||24||48|
|1994||Las Vegas Bowl||L||UNLV||24||52|
|2006||Motor City Bowl||W||Middle Tennessee State||31||14|
|2007||Motor City Bowl||L||Purdue||48||51|
|2008||Motor City Bowl||L||Florida Atlantic||21||24|
|2012||Little Caesars Pizza Bowl||W||Western Kentucky||24||21|
|TOTAL||7 bowl games||3–4||216||251|
Future bowl tie-ins
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CMU and the Mid-American Conference are tied into a record ten Bowl Agreements from 2014–19:
|Bahamas Bowl||Nassau, Bahamas||MAC vs. AAC|
|Miami Beach Bowl||Miami, Florida||MAC vs. AAC|
|GoDaddy Bowl||Mobile, Alabama||MAC vs. Sun Belt|
|Boca Raton Bowl||Boca Raton, Florida||MAC vs. AAC|
|Poinsettia Bowl||San Diego, California||MAC vs. Mountain West|
|Famous Idaho Potato Bowl||Boise, Idaho||MAC vs. Mountain West|
|Camellia Bowl||Montgomery, Alabama||MAC vs. Sun Belt|
|St. Petersburg Bowl||Tampa Bay Area, Florida||MAC or Sun Belt|
|Birmingham Bowl||Birmingham, Alabama||MAC or CUSA|
|New Mexico Bowl||Albuquerque, New Mexico||MAC or at large|
Western Michigan Broncos
These arch rivals first met in 1907 and have faced one another annually since 1943. In the nearly forty years of CMU playing Mid-American Conference football, WMU has won only 12 times vs. CMU. Since the two schools are separated by a two hour drive, the visiting team typically has a strong fan and student presence at the game. The winner of the game receives the Cannon Trophy. The outcome also helps determine the winner of the Michigan MAC Trophy, a trophy fought over between Michigan's three MAC football teams: the Chippewas, the Broncos, and the Eastern Michigan Eagles.
2000: Central Michigan 21, Western Michigan 17
The Broncos entered this game with an 8–1 record, atop the conference standings, and on the brink of a top 25 ranking. Conversely, the Chippewas entered the game with a 1–8 record. However, the Chippewas shocked the Broncos, defeating them 21–17.
2004: Central Michigan 24, Western Michigan 21 (OT)
Trailing 21–7 with 2 minutes remaining, Chippewa quarterback Kent Smith rushed for a touchdown. The Broncos secured the ensuing kickoff, but would fumble to CMU. Several plays later, Smith threw a touchdown pass to tie the game and force overtime. The Chippewas went on to win the game 24–21 on a 25-yard field goal. After the kick, the CMU students rushed the field.
2007: Central Michigan 34, Western Michigan 31
Western Michigan scored 14 points within 33 seconds to take a 31–27 lead with less than two minutes remaining. But, on the Chippewas following drive, quarterback Dan LeFevour threw a 39-yard pass to Bryan Anderson at the 1-yard line. LeFevour then rushed for the winning touchdown.
2008: Central Michigan 38, Western Michigan 28
Senior quarterback Brian Brunner got the nod over injured Dan LeFevour in a matchup of two MAC undefeateds. It was also the first game that would be played for the newly minted "Cannon Trophy." The Chippewas, led by Brunner's 341 yards passing and freshman running back Bryan Schroeder's 141 yards rushing downed the Broncos.
2013: Central Michigan 27, Western Michigan 22
After 2 consecutive losses to the Broncos, the Chippewas won on the road. After jumping out to a 14–0 lead early on, CMU committed five turnovers that gave WMU a chance to win the game. The Chippewas led 27–22 with the Broncos driving down the field. CMU was able to stop WMU on fourth down from the CMU 26 yard line to seal the win.
Eastern Michigan Eagles
The Chippewas and Eagles maintain a less prominent, but steady rivalry. These opponents know each other well as they have faced each other 90 times.
CMU holds the series lead over EMU, leading 56–28–6.
Series against Michigan State Spartans
These two state universities began their intrastate series in 1991. The two campuses are geographically close, separated along the same road by just 61 miles (98 km) of U.S. Highway 127 (US 127). The proximity and familiarity of both student bodies has resulted in over capacity turnouts and electric game day atmospheres. CMU head coach Dan Enos has experienced the competitively played series, coaching on both the MSU and CMU sidelines. As an assistant MSU coach, Enos and the Spartans lost three times to the Chippewas. As the CMU coach, the Chippewas lost twice to the Spartans. Games played at both Kelly/Shorts Stadium and Spartan Stadium have been sold out.
1991: Central Michigan 20, Michigan State 3
The defending Big Ten Champion Spartans entered the game ranked 18th in the nation. The underdog Chippewas never trailed, beating the Spartans by a score of 20-3 and controlling all facets of the game. CMU out gained MSU, 346-281, led by tailback Billy Smith's 162 yards and a fierce pass rush that sacked MSU quarterbacks multiple times led by Smith's high school classmate at Detroit Henry Ford, Lamar Sally, who registered three of those sacks.
1992: Central Michigan 24, Michigan State 20
CMU went back down US 127 into Spartan Stadium a year later and won another hard fought battle to stun the Spartans led by MSU quarterback Jim Miller. After the loss to CMU, MSU would finish the year 3rd in the Big Ten behind Michigan and Ohio State. After beating the Spartans two consecutive years, the rivalry along US 127 was born.
2009: Central Michigan 29, Michigan State 27
Before a national ESPN audience, CMU went into Spartan Stadium and beat MSU who was led by all time MSU passing yardage leader Kirk Cousins. MSU would go on to beat the University of MIchigan and go to a bowl game in 2009-10, while CMU earned their fourth consecutive bowl game and finished 2009-10 in the top 25 in the nation in the final polls. With 32 seconds remaining in the CMU-MSU game, Chippewa quarterback Dan LeFevour with 420 yards of total offense, threw a touchdown pass to Paris Cotton to put the Chippewas within one point. Head coach Butch Jones chose to go for the win with a two-point conversion pass attempt to All American Antonio Brown who had ten receptions and a touchdown, but LeFevour overthrew Brown. On the ensuing kick off Bryan Anderson recovered an on side kick to set up the winning 42 yard field goal by Andrew Aguila.
Chippewas currently playing professional football
As of 2014, there were 22 former Chippewas on team rosters in the NFL and Canadian Football League (CFL).
Current NFL players
- Jahleel Addae – Safety, San Diego Chargers, helped lead the Chargers defense into 2014 NFL divisional playoffs.
- Ron Bartell – Cornerback, Detroit Lions, 2nd round NFL draft choice, played three seasons at Central Michigan University, two at Howard University.
- Nick Bellore – All American, Linebacker, Sporting News Pro Bowl Special teams New York Jets
- Antonio Brown – All American, Pro Bowl, Super Bowl, Wide Receiver, Pittsburgh Steelers
- Eric Fisher – All American, NFL (first overall pick), Offensive Tackle, Kansas City Chiefs 
- Josh Gordy – Cornerback, Super Bowl Ring, Indianapolis Colts
- Cullen Jenkins – Defensive End, Super Bowl Ring, New York Giants
- Joe Staley – 1st round draft choice, Pro Bowl, Super Bowl, Offensive Tackle, San Francisco 49ers
- Zurlon Tipton – Running Back, Indianapolis Colts
- J. J. Watt – 1st round draft choice, Pro Bowl, Defensive End, Houston Texans, played Tight End at Central Michigan University 2007-08 MAC Champions, played two seasons at University of Wisconsin 2009-10 before entering draft after junior season.
- Frank Zombo – Outside Linebacker, Super Bowl Ring, Super Bowl XLV sack and tackles for losses, Kansas City Chiefs
Current CFL players
- Dan LeFevour – Quarterback, Hamilton Tiger-Cats
- Paris Cotton – Running Back, Winnipeg Blue Bombers
- Eric Fraser - Safety, Calgary Stampeders
- Greg Wojt – All CFL team, Guard, Hamilton Tiger-Cats
- Kito Poblah – Wide Receiver, British Columbia Lions
- Carl Volny – Running Back, Winnipeg Blue Bombers
- Kashawn Fraser – Defensive End, Winnipeg Blue Bombers
- Vince Agnew – Cornerback, Toronto Argonauts
- Jake Olson – Offensive Tackle, Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Notable Chippewas in the NFL & NFL draft choices
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- Tory Humphrey – New Orleans Saints, Super Bowl Ring, tight end.
- Curtis Adams – AP All American, San Diego Chargers running back, NFL draft choice.
- Vince Agnew – Dallas Cowboys cornerback and current free agent.
- Dan Bazuin – All American, Chicago Bears defensive end, 2007 NFL 2nd round draft choice.
- Walter Beach – AP All American, Cleveland Browns safety, NFL draft choice of the New York Giants.
- Ray Bentley – Buffalo Bills linebacker, started two Super Bowl games, recent sports radio personality, ABC College Football and NFL on Fox broadcaster.
- Novo Bojovic – St. Louis Cardinals kicker.
- John Bonamego – Detroit Lions special teams coordinator and coordinator for four different NFL teams.
- Jim Bowman – AP All American, New England Patriots free safety, played in Super Bowl, NFL 2nd round draft choice.
- James Caper – Cleveland Browns defensive end and outside linebacker.
- Tony Elliott – Green Bay Packers nickel back and safety.
- Dave Farris – Buffalo Bills tight end, NFL draft choice.
- Mike Franckowiak – AP All American, Denver Broncos running back, NFL 3rd round draft choice.
- Eric Ghiaciuc – Cincinnati Bengals center, 2005 NFL 4th round draft choice.
- Bob Grimes – Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle, NFL 4th round draft choice.
- Brock Gutierrez – Ten-year NFL veteran at center finishing career with the Detroit Lions.
- Andrew Hartline – Miami Dolphins offensive lineman.
- Brett Hartmann – Houston Texans punter. Suffered recent career ending injury.
- Mike Hirn – Pittsburgh Steelers tight end, NFL draft choice.
- Gary Hogeboom – NFL quarterback 11 seasons, led Dallas Cowboys to NFC Championship game and Indianapolis Colts to playoffs., NFL 5th round draft choice. Notable Survivor reality T.V. contestant.
- Robert Jackson – Cincinnati Bengals safety, eight seasons and NFL draft choice.
- Jim Jones – New England Patriots cornerback, NFL draft choice.
- Dick Kackmeister – All American, St. Louis Rams center, NFL draft choice.
- Adam Kieft – Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle, 2005 NFL 5th round draft choice.
- Paul Krause – AP All American, Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle, NFL 3rd round draft choice.
- Brian Leigeb – Indianapolis Colts free safety.
- Jesse Lakes – Green Bay Packers running back, NFL draft choice.
- Dan LeFevour – Chicago Bears QB, 2010 NFL 6th round draft choice. Cincinnati Bengals, Jacksonville Jaguars.
- Andy MacDonald – Pittsburgh Steelers End, NFL draft choice.
- Colin Miller – New England Patriots and Oakland Raiders center, current free agent.
- Drew Mormino – Miami Dolphins center, 2007 NFL 6th round draft choice.
- Mick Natzel – Oakland Raiders fullback and NFL draft choice.
- Tony Pabalis – Detroit Lions wide receiver, NFL draft choice
- Jim Podoley – AP All American, Washington Redskins running back, Pro Bowl player, NFL 4th round draft choice.
- Brian Pruitt – AP All American, running back, later injured.
- Tom Ray – Green Bay Packers defensive back, NFL draft choice.
- Scott Rehberg – New England Patriots offensive lineman and NFL 7th round draft choice.
- Donnie Riley – St. Louis Cardinals running back, NFL draft choice.
- Gordon Ringquist – Detroit Lions offensive tackle, NFL draft choice.
- Billy Sinkule – St. Louis Cardinals defensive end, NFL 7th round draft choice.
- Ben Wall – Detroit Lions fullback, NFL draft choice.
- Jarv Walz –Detroit Lions offensive lineman, NFL draft choice.
- J. J. Wierenga – Green Bay Packers defensive end, NFL draft choice.
- Brian Williams – Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle, NFL 7th round draft choice.
The CMU Sports Network broadcasts all games live throughout Michigan and online for free.
CMU Sports Network Affiliates:
- 1270 AM WXYT, Detroit
- 1340 AM WJRW, Grand Rapids
- 98.5 FM WUPS, Houghton Lake
- 730 AM WVFN, Lansing
- 95.3 FM WCFX, Mount Pleasant
- 97.5 FM WWSN, Muskegon
- 1110 AM WJML, Petoskey
CMU Sports Zone provides live and archive Internet video-feed of games, gameday coverage, and coaches shows.
Future non-conference opponents
|vs. Oklahoma State (9/3)||vs. Presbyterian (9/3)||@ Kansas (9/9)||vs. Kansas (9/8)|
|@ Syracuse (9/19)||@ Oklahoma State (9/10)||@ Michigan State (TBA)||@ Michigan State (9/15)|
|@ Michigan State (9/26)||vs. UNLV (9/17)||@ Syracuse (TBA)||@ Oklahoma State (TBA)|
|TBA||@ Virginia (TBA)||TBA||TBA|
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