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With the start of the college football season less than two weeks away, there is plenty of excitement and anticipation for the Eastern Michigan University football team’s home opener against the Howard University Bison.
For the fourth time in five seasons since Ron English was named head coach, the Eastern Michigan University football team has been picked to finish dead last in the Mid-American Conference West Division.
While students are at the halfway point of the summer semester, another Eastern Michigan University football season is right around the corner and more than ever, the pressure is on head coach Ron English and his players to produce on the field.
The process of finding the right player to draft and cultivate is no easy task, but for Carolina Panthers area college scout John E. Peterson, it is how he has made a living over the last five decades.
Former Eastern Michigan University football running back/punt returner Marcus Mathews passed away Wednesday at the age of 48, the university announced in a press release Friday morning.
The Detroit Lions announced the signing of former Eastern Michigan University defensive tackle Jason Jones on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, the Detroit Lions announced the signing of former Eagle defensive tackle Jason Jones. In four seasons as an Eagle, he registered 175 total tackles, 13 sacks and one forced fumble. Jones began the 2004 season as a tight end before making the switch to the defensive line.
In the Feb. 7 edition of The Eastern Echo, the article “Eagle football adds 21 new recruits,” was incorrectly credited to Sports Editor Al Williams when it was written by Staff Writer Alex Alvarado.
Wednesday was one of the biggest college football holidays of the year: National Signing Day. At 7 a.m., National Letters of Intent were finally allowed to be submitted to the schools where thousands of players from high school stars to college transfers were able to officially declare where they will be playing college football in the fall of 2013.
Sunday marks the 47th installment of the Super Bowl. What makes the day unique is the opposing head coaches are brothers. Members of The Eastern Echo staff as well as notable people around Eastern Michigan University have chimed in with their Super Bowl predictions.
For football fans, the Super Bowl represents the biggest game of the entire year. On Feb. 3, millions of pigskin fans will be watching the final showdown featuring the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers.
Eastern Michigan University football’s senior tight end Garrett Hoskins was chosen to play in the second annual Casino Del Sol College All-Star Game Friday. The game will be played at Kino Stadium in Tucson, Ariz.
Head coach Ron English announced Monday that Stan Parrish would be the new offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Eastern Michigan University. Parrish will be replacing previous offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Ken Karcher.
As the football season comes to a close, one thing remains for the Mid-American Conference teams not named Northern Illinois or Kent State.
It’s that time of year again in college football: bowl season. With seven teams representing the Mid-American Conference in bowl games, there’s a lot of “MACtion” to get excited about.
I’ve been getting a lot of feedback, positive and negative, about the Dec. 3 column I wrote about Eastern Michigan University’s head football coach Ron English, and I’d like to clear the air on a few matters.