Thursday Jul 24
Detroit Free Press
Depth may push CMU football forward
Picked to finish fourth in the Western Division, the Chippewas have 19 returning starters, two quarterbacks capable of running the offense, a stable of running backs who gained experience last year when Zurlon Tipton missed action because of a broken ankle, and a defense that will be led by senior defensive tackle Leterrius Walton, who had to leave ... (more)
Michigan running back, Flint native Thomas Rawls transferring to Central Michigan
Central Michigan made official Wednesday the transfer of Michigan running back and Flint Northern High School graduate Thomas Rawls, positioning the Chippewas to begin the 2014 season with one of the strongest backfields in the Mid-American Conference.
The Orlando Sentinel
Central Michigan ranked No. 61, Chippewas chase bowl bid
The Orlando Sentinel's college insider Matt Murschel has ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2014 season.