Wow, it’s been a while since chatting about CMU Football. It is coming off a terrific season led by Head Coach Jim McElwain and All-American running back Lou Nichols III. Speaking of Nichols, let me give you a couple of things he’s already received or is on the watch for:
So, in translation with that being said he’s pretty good at this whole football thing. Not to take away from the others however because there’s a great team coming back. The Tony the Tiger Bowl champions have a well-rounded Quarterback in Daniel Richardson who’s electric in his own right. Even a pretty solid receiver core and a good offensive line with physicality.
However, there was some loss in talent from last year, losing Kalil Pimpleton, Bernhard Raimann, and Luke Goedeke. They all moved into the NFL, which is not a shocker when you look at the alums that helm from Mount Pleasant, Michigan over the years.
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Ok, so nothing too different with the schedule this year per usual with the four Non-Conference opponents with South Alabama, Bucknell, Penn State, and Oklahoma State. After that proceed to the MACation in October for the rest of the way until bowl season.
Not here to give predictions but this looks similar to last year’s schedule…
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