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Every year, every team around college football begins with a strong sense of confidence that “this is the year.” The good teams believe that they will remain good while the teams who struggled the year before believe that they will be better and surprise many critics.
It’s a spot that Eastern Michigan’s football team knows too well, as for the third straight year EMU ranks last among the six teams in the Mid-American Conference West Division.
Year after year college football experts, reporters, and committees compile a list of the best college football players across the country at their respective positions. For the upcoming 2015 season, Eastern Michigan has four players named to multiple award watch lists.
Eastern Michigan Eagles
Five former Eastern Michigan football players have found themselves on NFL teams as undrafted rookie mini-camp invitees.
Two former Eastern Michigan
football players have found themselves in the NFL.
It is an annual tradition around college football for a team to showcase early progress from off-season workouts in a spring scrimmage, and Eastern Michigan is no different holding its yearly spring game Saturday afternoon in Ypsilanti.
As spring football practice continues at Eastern Michigan University, professional scouts stopped by to watch EMU seniors work out.
As spring workouts begin for Eastern Michigan University’s football team, head coach Chris Creighton and his team can now start the process of game-planning officially with the schedule released for the upcoming season.
National Signing Day is a day when high school athletes make their official commitments to the college or university where they will continue their athletic career. Thousands of high school football players made their commitments on Wednesday. Creighton’s staff was able to fill all 25 scholarships with 21 incoming freshman and four junior college transfers.
The 2015 non-conference schedule has been set. Eastern Michigan University football will open at home for the third straight season, hosting Old Dominion Sept. 5. This will be the second straight season the Eagles face the Monarchs, losing to them 17-3 last year on the road.
The 2015 non-conference schedule has been set. Eastern Michigan University will open at home for the third straight season, hosting Old Dominion Sept. 5. This will be the second straight season the Eagles face the Monarchs, losing to them 17-3 last year on the road.
While the Eastern Michigan football team struggled to a third straight 2-10 season, there were bright-spots amidst the gloom, as three players earned positions on the All-MAC list.
Instead of taking five things away from Eastern Michigan’s 52-16 loss Friday to the University of Toledo – because in all honesty there isn’t much to say that I haven’t already said at some point this season – I’m going to share my five takeaways from the team's 2-10 season in this, my final official column with the Echo.
The Eastern Michigan football team’s 52-16 loss to the University of Toledo Friday was Chris Creighton’s 10th loss of the season – finishing his first losing season as a collegiate football coach.
The Eastern Michigan football team took on the University of Toledo in the final game of the regular season Friday afternoon at Rynearson Stadium. The Eagles lost 52-16
Part of the awning over the main entrance to the Convocation Center was blown off by strong winds Monday. The main entrance to the building is closed until further notice.
Margin of defeat
The Eastern Michigan football team lost its fifth consecutive game Saturday, 45-30 to Ball State University in Muncie, Ind.
Saturday’s 51-7 loss to Western Michigan was disappointing for Eastern Michigan football coach Chris Creighton and his team – he said that after the game and he said it again Monday morning at the team’s weekly news conference at the Convocation Center.