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Despite having a three-point lead near the end of the fourth quarter, the Eastern Michigan University football team lost 31-27 Saturday to Army at Rynearson Stadium.
Eastern Michigan University punter Zach Johnson has signed a free-agent contract with the Kansas City Chiefs.
The regular season has basically come to an end, and it’s official: Alabama is No. 1, and EMU is No. 120.
The number of FBS minority coaches has risen from nine to 13 in recent weeks, USA Today reported Wednesday. Two minorities earned jobs for BCS teams.
DETROIT – Central Michigan quarterback Dan LeFevour led his team Friday to a 20-10 victory over Ohio in the Mid-American Conference championship at Ford Field.
Take a tour of the Eastern Michigan University football facilities.
After Friday’s loss to Akron, Eastern Michigan University mathematically sealed the No. 120 spot for the remainder of Pool’s Power Rankings.
Eastern Michigan University’s football team had two seniors named to All-Mid-American Conference teams Wednesday.
Football coach Ron English said he didn’t want the team to go down in infamy as a winless one.
GREEN BAY, Wis. – When rookie T.J. Lang moved out of his home to join the Green Bay Packers for his rookie season, one of the last things he glanced at in his old room was a poster of a local legend: Charles Woodson.
Following a 28-21 loss Saturday at Akron, the Eastern Michigan football team finished winless for the ninth time in program history. The last time was 1981 (0-11).
On Oct. 17, Michigan’s football team played Delaware State, which amounted to a sure win for U-M and big payday for Delaware State.
TOLEDO, Ohio – Freshman quarterback Alex Gillett tried to put an end to Eastern Michigan University’s losing streak, but his best efforts weren’t enough.