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2015 Schedule
1-11, 6th in MAC - West

Watch: Eastern Michigan signing day coverage

Tune in for comprehensive coverage all day long as the next class of Eastern Michigan stars sign the dotted line to play for the Eagles. Live on ESPN3

Chippewas come back and hang on to win

Trailing 21-7 at halftime, Central Michigan exploded for 28 points in the third quarter, giving it a 35-28 win over in-state rival Eastern Michigan. Freshman RB Romello Ross had four TDs on 97 total yards. Game summary


Central Michigan takes the lead

Chippewas QB Cooper Rush finds Corey Willis on the sideline, and the sophomore WR takes it 67 yards for a TD. Eastern Michigan trails 35-28 in the fourth quarter.


Chippewas tie it up

Central Michigan's Romello Ross finds the end zone for the third time today. This time, the freshman RB ties the game at 21-21 with a 3-yard TD run in the third quarter.


Chippewas break through to block punt

Central Michigan senior DB Kavon Frazier blocks the Eastern Michigan punt attempt, setting up his team in great field position midway through the third quarter.


C. Michigan strikes quickly after the half

Chippewas QB Cooper Rush and Romello Ross execute the screen pass to perfection, connecting for a 63-yard TD. Eastern Michigan still leads 21-14 in the third.


E. Michigan takes lead into half

Eagles QB Brogan Roback finds Darius Jackson wide open out of the backfield. The senior RB took it in for a 6-yard TD. Central Michigan trails 21-7 at halftime.


Eagles defense comes up big, again

Central Michigan RB Jahray Hayes fumbles at the 1-yard line, and DL Luke Maclean scoops up the ball and returns it to midfield.


Eagles defense on the board

Eastern Michigan LB Kyle Rachwal intercepts Central Michigan QB Cooper Rush and takes it 35 yards for a touchdown.

Watch: E. Michigan vs. C. Michigan

Central Michigan is struggling at home against Eastern Michigan. Can the 1-10 Eagles end their season with a win? Streaming live on ESPN3

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The Boys from Oopsilanti

Here's the good news: Eastern Michigan linebacker Great Ibe (great name) was the Walter Camp National Defensive Player of the Week after recording 21 tackles against UMass. Here's the bad news: He can't be cloned. Bottom 10

Watch: UMass at Eastern Michigan

Something has to give. In a matchup of two MAC cellar dwellers, UMass and Eastern Michigan battle it out representing each of the conference's two divisions. Neither team has a conference victory yet this season. Live on ESPN3

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The boys from Oopsilanti

Eastern Michigan's 1-9 record is good enough (or bad enough?) to earn it a spot in the Bottom 10. What do the Eagles need to do to get off this list? Rankings

JT Jones leads Miami (OH) to victory (1:36)

Watch: Eastern Michigan at Miami (OH)

The RedHawks are up 21-3 at halftime. Maurice Thomas has managed 80 yards on just two carries. Live on ESPN3


Little man... big hops

Eastern Michigan's Eddie Daugherty, listed at 5-foot-7, makes the catch and hurdles a defender to pick up a first down.

Watch: Eastern Michigan at Miami (OH)

The Eagles travel to Oxford to take on the RedHawks. Miami (OH) is favored by 4.5 points. Live on ESPN3

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Bottom-barrel battle upcoming

Michigan vs. Ohio State isn't the border war we're most excited for this season. How could you not be pumped for Eastern Michigan vs. Miami (OH)? Bottom 10

Huskies handle Eagles

It wasn't ever really close between Eastern Michigan and Northern Illinois in a game that saw the Huskies never trail in their 49-21 victory. Drew Hare tossed four touchdowns en route to the victory. See the highlights

Huskies pouring it on Eagles

Powered by Drew Hare's 153 yards passing and three touchdowns in the first half, Northern Illinois is all over Eastern Michigan at halftime 35-0. See the highlights

Team Stats

Passing Yards222.264th
Rushing Yards157.883rd
Points For25.494th
Points Against42.1Tied-123rd