Penn State vs Central Michigan Prediction, Game Preview

Penn State vs Central Michigan game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 4 game on Saturday, September 24

Penn State vs Central Michigan prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 4, Saturday, September 24


Penn State vs Central Michigan How To Watch

Date: Saturday, September 24
Game Time: 12:00 ET
Venue: Beaver Stadium, State College, PA
How To Watch: BTN
Record: Penn State (3-0), Central Michigan (1-2)
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Penn State vs Central Michigan Game Preview

Why Central Michigan Will Win

Will Penn State be able to keep its full focus after the blowout win over Auburn?

It’s not like there’s anything big ahead – Northwestern is up next – but it’s been an interesting first three weeks with a gut-check rally to beat Purdue and the high-profile win on the road against the SEC. As we’ve seen with Central Michigan, it can take advantage of any opportunity.

It rallied back to make it interesting late against Oklahoma State, and last week it finally got the ground game working in a blowout over Bucknell.

The Chippewas are fantastic at getting into the backfield, the run defense has been strong, and …

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Why Penn State Will Win

Central Michigan doesn’t have the passing game bother the Penn State secondary.

The Nittany Lions have allowed yards, but they’ve given up fewer than a 50% completion rate overall so far. Auburn almost hit 300 yards but couldn’t get anything going, and the pass rush is there to bother CMU QB Daniel Richardson enough to keep the attack from going off.

The Chippewas offensive line hasn’t been great so far, the defense isn’t forcing enough mistakes, and the secondary was lit up before the Bucknell game, and …

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What’s Going To Happen

Sean Clifford has been better than you think.

Penn State fans might be liking the great young prospects waiting in the wings, but Clifford is playing like a good veteran who’s able to handle the moment and steadily keep everything moving.

The team made a statement against Auburn. Instead of packing it in and getting through this before the Big Ten season kicks in full force, expect a good, balanced performance and a nice day from the defense.

Central Michigan will score points in the second half, but Penn State will have this in hand.

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Penn State vs Central Michigan Prediction, Line

Penn State 45, Central Michigan 17
Line: Penn State -27.5, o/u: 62.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2
Penn State vs Central Michigan Must See Rating (out of 5): 2

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Central Michigan vs Bucknell Prediction, Game Preview

Central Michigan vs Bucknell game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 3 game on Saturday, September 17

Central Michigan vs Bucknell prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 3, Saturday, September 17


Central Michigan vs Bucknell How To Watch

Date: Saturday, September 17
Game Time: 1:00 ET
Venue: Kelly/Shorts Stadium, Mount Pleasant, MI
How To Watch: ESPN3
Record: Central Michigan (0-2), Bucknell (0-2)
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Central Michigan vs Bucknell Game Preview

Why Bucknell Will Win

Central Michigan having problems with Oklahoma State was one thing, but the team couldn’t stop South Alabama in a rough 38-24 home loss.

The Chippewas couldn’t get the O going, the secondary got torched for a second straight game, and now it’s up to the Bison to take advantage of it all.

The Bucknell offensive line has been solid in pass protection, there haven’t been a ton of mistakes, and the defense has been able to keep it close, but …

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Why Central Michigan Will Win

Bucknell doesn’t score.

It’s not even that the style runs the clock and is deliberate; the offense just doesn’t work.

There’s no push from the O line – even though it’s good in pass protection – and there’s not enough of a passing attack to help the cause.

Central Michigan should be able to put this away with a few good scoring drives early on, but …

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What’s Going To Happen

This has to be an easy win.

After the problems against South Alabama’s passing game, and after giving up over 1,000 yards of total offense in the first two games, coming up with a good day in all phases is a must with road games at Penn State and Toledo coming up next.

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Central Michigan vs Bucknell Prediction, Line

Central Michigan 48, Bucknell 6
Line: Central Michigan -39.5, o/u: 56
ATS Confidence out of 5: 1.5
Central Michigan vs Bucknell Must See Rating (out of 5): 1.5

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South Alabama vs Central Michigan Prediction, Game Preview

South Alabama vs Central Michigan game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 2 game on Saturday, September 10

South Alabama vs Central Michigan prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 2, Saturday, September 10


South Alabama vs Central Michigan How To Watch

Date: Saturday, September 10
Game Time: 1:00 ET
Venue: Kelly/Shorts Stadium, Mount Pleasant, MI
How To Watch: ESPN+
Record: South Alabama (1-0), Central Michigan (0-1)
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South Alabama vs Central Michigan Game Preview

Why South Alabama Will Win

Nicholls is pretty good.

The Colonels have a high-powered FCS offense, they’re good at getting into the backfield, and … they got dropkicked by South Alabama in a 48-7 loss.

Everything clicked for the Jaguars with over 500 yards of offense, a dominant performance by the defense, and full control of the game as everything looked great under rising head man Kane Wommack.

Central Michigan couldn’t stop a thing for three quarters when Oklahoma State was trying in the 58-44 Cowboy win. The balance of the USA attack will keep coming, but …

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Why Central Michigan Will Win

Central Michigan made it fun.

Oklahoma State was up 37-7 late in the third and 51-15 in the fourth, but the Chippewas kept trying.

It was still a 12-point loss, but Daniel Richardson threw for 424 yards and four scores, Lew Nichols ran for two touchdowns, and the offense showed off the firepower to potentially keep up with anyone.

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What’s Going To Happen

The South Alabama defense should be the real deal.

It was already good, and then the transfer portal took things up a few notches. Can the team continue to get the same offensive production it showed against Nicholls, and can the Central Michigan D hold up when pressed?

It’s a fun matchup between two teams that will battle every week in their respective conferences.

South Alabama will keep up, but Richardson, Nichols, and the Chippewa offense will be a bit more explosive in the second half. It’s not going to be like the fourth quarter in Stillwater, but it’ll be enough.

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South Alabama vs Central Michigan Prediction, Line

Central Michigan 35, South Alabama 30
Line: Central Michigan -4.5, o/u: 59
ATS Confidence out of 5: 1.5
South Alabama vs Central Michigan Must See Rating (out of 5): 3

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Oklahoma State vs Central Michigan Prediction, Game Preview

Oklahoma State vs Central Michigan game preview, prediction, and breakdown for the Week 1 game on Thursday, September 1

Oklahoma State vs Central Michigan prediction, game preview, how to watch. Week 1, Thursday, September 1


Oklahoma State vs Central Michigan How To Watch

Date: Thursday, September 1
Game Time: 7:00 ET
Venue: Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater, OK
How To Watch: FS1
Record: Oklahoma State (0-0), Central Michigan (0-0)
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Oklahoma State vs Central Michigan Game Preview

Why Central Michigan Will Win

The Chippewas were badly hurt by the vultures in the transfer portal and to the NFL Draft, but they return enough good offensive parts to be dangerous.

Daniel Richardson is a good veteran quarterback who can keep things moving, Lew Nichols led the nation in rushing last season, and the secondary should be one of the best in the MAC as the season goes on.

Central Michigan should once again be strong defensively on third downs, the pass rush will once again be terrific, and the No. 1 team in college football in tackles for loss will generate a push. However …

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Why Oklahoma State Will Win

Oklahoma State’s offense will be balanced and explosive, and the great defense of 2021 isn’t going to skip a beat.

The Cowboys lost their top four tacklers, but new defensive coordinator Dereck Mason should be able to keep it all going thanks to a loaded group of defensive ends that should live in the Central Michigan backfield.

The Chippewa offensive front will be okay – it has the size and options to find the right starting five as the season goes on – but it has to replace NFL blockers Bernhard Raimann and Luke Goedeke on the outside.

Oklahoma State isn’t the team you want to go against if you’re breaking in two new offensive tackles. The defense should be able to control the game with a few key sacks.

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What’s Going To Happen

Central Michigan won’t be a pushover, but the balance of the OSU offense – starting with the experience of QB Spencer Sanders and a good running game – should keep pressing through a few big lulls.

Oklahoma State is occasionally slow out of the gate.

It struggled to get by Missouri State in a 23-16 win to kickoff last year, it had to push to beat Tulsa to start 2020, and it famously – and controversially – was shocked by Central Michigan 30-27 in Week 2 of 2016.

It won’t be a perfect performance, but relatively slow and steady will win the race – there will be two explosive plays to pull away. Central Michigan will keep it close for a while, but the Cowboy defense will clamp down in the second half.

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Oklahoma State vs Central Michigan Prediction, Line

Oklahoma State 30, Central Michigan 16
Line: Oklahoma State -21.5, o/u: 58.5
ATS Confidence out of 5: 2.5

Oklahoma State vs Central Michigan Must See Rating: 3

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Central Michigan Chippewas Preview 2022: Season Prediction, Breakdown, Key Games, Players

Central Michigan College Football Preview 2022: Team breakdown, season prediction, keys to the campaign, and what you need to know

Central Michigan Chippewas Preview 2022: Previewing, predicting, and looking ahead to the Central Michigan season with what you need to know and keys to the season.


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Head Coach: Jim McElwain, 3rd year at CMU, 20-13
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2021 Record: Overall: 9-4, Conference: 6-2
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This is going well under head coach Jim McElwain.

He might have had a rough landing as he got bounced out from the Florida job, but he got the Gators to two straight SEC Championship games.

In his three years at CMU he and the program won at least a share of two division titles, went to two bowls, and has a solid 20-13 record overall and a 15-7 clip in conference.

No, he and the Chippewas haven’t been able to take that extra step and win the conference title, and that’s going to be a whole lot harder to do this year.

The team is good, the coaching is great, but the success has been a slight problem as teams have poached the program for some of the top talents, especially on defense. Combine that with the NFL losses on the offensive line, and this isn’t going to be easy.

Rebuilding isn’t all that new, though, for Central Michigan and McElwain. The team will still be a player in the MAC race.

Central Michigan Chippewas Preview 2022: Offense

The offense managed to crank up enough to efficiently get the job done. The Chippewas were 24th in the nation in total offense, the running game was good, the passing attack was the second-best in the MAC, and the production was steady over the second half of the season. But …

The offensive line loses some massive parts. The interior is good with decent size and depth, but you don’t get better after losing tackles the caliber of Bernhard Raimann (Indianapolis Colts) and Luke Goedeke (Tampa Bay Buccaneers).

The backfield gets back leading rusher Lew Nichols – he ran for 1,848 yards and 16 touchdowns – and welcomes back Kobe Lewis from a knee injury that cost him last season.

Veteran QB Daniel Richardson isn’t too much of a runner, but he was terrific as he grew into the job as a passer last season, throwing for 2,583 yards and 24 touchdowns with just six picks. Now he needs more options to throw to.

Leading receiver Kalil Pimpleton is off trying to become a Detroit Lion and JaCorey Sullivan is gone, but Dallas Dixon is back after making 45 catches for 701 yards and eight scores. Junior Joel Wilson will once again be one of the MAC’s best pass-catching tight ends.

Central Michigan Chippewas Preview 2022: Defense

The defense got poached, and it’s going to hurt. Star safety Devonni Reed (South Carolina), LB Troy Brown (Ole Miss), and LB George Douglas (SMU) are gone along with leading tackler Greg Kreski and top pass rushers Troy Hairston (Houston Texans) and Amir Saddiq (Charlotte).

The D was the best in the nation at coming up with tackles for loss and was fourth in sacks. It led the MAC against the run, but it was hammered through the air. On the plus side …

The secondary has enough experience to potentially be okay. At the very least, the veteran corners are in place and the safeties have good size – even if they’re a little green. They all need help from the defensive front that has to rotate in new parts. There’s decent size in the interior, and the new ends are hybrids who’ll keep on coming.

The linebacking corps is undergoing the biggest overhaul. Sophomore Kyle Moretti is a 230-pound sophomore who made 48 tackles, sophomore Justin Whiteside got in enough work to be ready, but the developed depth isn’t there.

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2022 Preseason CFN MAC Offensive Player of the Year

RB Lew Nichols, Soph. Central Michigan

Coming off a strong 2020 averaging close to seven yards per carry with over 500 rushing yards, he was all but unstoppable in 2021.

The 5-10, 220-pounder led the nation with 1,848 rushing yards and over 142 per game with 16 rushing scores and two receiving touchdowns. Steady, he came up with over 130 yards in each of the last eight games, and once again he’s going to be the featured star of the attack.

2022 Preseason CFN MAC Defensive Player of the Year

LB Jamal Hines, Sr. Toledo

The three-time All-MAC defender – First Team last season – is a true hybrid who can do a little of everything right. He’s an outside linebacker, but he’s really an edge rushing defensive end who’ll live behind the line for stretches.

The 6-3, 250-pounder made 88 tackles with ten sacks, 15 tackles for loss, and broke up eight passes. With all his experience and all his skill, he’s about to be an all-star gamewrecker again.

College Football News 2022 Preseason All-MAC Team: Offense

QB Dequan Finn, Soph. Toledo

RB Lew Nichols, Soph. Central Michigan

RB Sean Tyler, Jr. Western Michigan

WR Dante Cephas, Jr. Kent State

WR Trayvon Rudolph, Soph. Northern Illinois

TE Joel Wilson, Jr. Central Michigan

OT Brian Dooley, Jr. Eastern Michigan

OG Sidy Sow, Sr. Eastern Michigan

C Jake Gideon, Soph. Western Michigan

OG Logan Zschemitz, Soph. Northern Illinois

OT Nick Rosi, Jr. Toledo

College Football News 2022 Preseason All-MAC Team: Defense

DE Karl Brooks, Sr. Bowling Green

DT James Ester, Soph. Northern Illinois

DT Daymond Williams, Sr. Buffalo

DE Jose Ramirez, Jr. Eastern Michigan

LB Jamal Hines, Sr. Toledo

LB Corvin Moment, Sr. Western Michigan

LB James Patterson, Sr. Buffalo

CB Jordan Gandy, Jr. Northern Illinois

S CJ Brown, Soph. Northern Illinois

S Maxen Hook, Soph. Toledo

CB Donte Kent, Soph. Central Michigan

College Football News 2022 Preseason All-MAC Team: Special Teams

PK Andrew Glass, Soph. Kent State

P Luke Elzinga, Soph. Central Michigan

KR Trayvon Rudolph, Soph. Northern Illinois

PR Jhaylin Embry, Soph. Bowling Green

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College Football News 2022 Preseason Top 30 MAC Players

30. Karl Brooks, DE Sr. Bowling Green

29. Bryce Houston, LB Jr. Ohio

28. Jordan Gandy, CB Jr. Northern Illinois

27. Jeslord Boateng, LB Jr. Akron

26. Jordan Anderson, S Jr. Bowling Green

25. Mac Hippenhammer, WR Sr. Miami University

24. Daniel Richardson, QB Soph. Central Michigan

23. Brian Dooley, OT Jr. Eastern Michigan

22. Yo’Heinz Tyler, WR Sr. Ball State

21. Tariq Speights, LB Jr. Eastern Michigan

20. Daymond Williams, NT Sr. Buffalo

19. La’Darius Jefferson, RB Sr. Western Michigan

18. Matthew Salopek, LB Soph. Miami University

17. Maxen Hook, S Soph. Toledo

16. Trayvon Rudolph, WR Soph. Northern Illinois

15. Desjuan Johnson, LB Sr. Toledo

14. Marquez Cooper, RB Jr. Kent State

13. Kurtis Rourke, QB Jr. Ohio

12. Sean Tyler, RB Jr. Western Michigan

11. Sidy Sow, OG Sr. Eastern Michigan

10. Dante Cephas, WR, Jr. Kent State

9. Brett Gabbert, QB Jr. Miami University

8. Darren Anders, LB Sr. Bowling Green

7. Brandon Martin, LB Sr. Ball State

6. Dequan Finn, QB Soph. Toledo

5. CJ Brown, S Soph. Northern Illinois

4. James Patterson, LB Sr. Buffalo

3. Corvin Moment, LB Sr. Western Michigan

2. Jamal Hines, LB Sr. Toledo

1. Lew Nichols, RB Soph. Central Michigan

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It’s the MAC. It’s the conference where worst-to-first is the norm, with 2020 winless Northern Illinois winning the MAC championship in 2021, everyone can beat anyone else, and Toledo will end up somewhere in the middle of it all.

It’s about as settled as the league has been in a long time with the strength still in the West, Buffalo about to be better in the East, and with Akron and Bowling Green still questionable.

Again, though, it’s the MAC. The Zips or Falcons could end up in Detroit in January playing for the title.

The rankings are based on how good the teams should be and not the final projected records. Keeping in mind that this all could/might/will change when we make the final calls in August …

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Toledo vs Central Michigan College Basketball Prediction, Game Preview

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Toledo vs Central Michigan How To Watch

Date: Thursday, March 10
Game Time: 11:00 ET
Venue: Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse, Cleveland, OH
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Record: Toledo (25-6), Central Michigan (7-22)
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Why Central Michigan Will Win

It’s been a rough run for the Chippewas with eight losses in the last ninth games in the midst of an ugly season, but they pushed a strong Toledo team in a 68-66 loss in mid-February.

The defense isn’t all that bad at forcing mistakes, and the offense works as long as the backcourt is doing a good job of spreading the ball around and doing things quickly. Toledo’s defense doesn’t force mistakes and come up with turnovers, but …

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Why Toledo Will Win

Central Michigan doesn’t do enough on defense to keep up.

The offense isn’t totally miserable. It’s not dangerous from the outside and it doesn’t do any one thing all that well, but the defenses allows teams to average 77 points per game and hit 41% of their shots – Toledo can shoot.

More than anything else, the Rockets should own the boards. Central Michigan can’t and doesn’t rebound, but it did in the second meeting and still lost. It was closer, but it still wasn’t enough.

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Toledo vs Central Michigan: What’s Going To Happen

Toledo is on a five game winning streak because it’s making everything.

It’s hitting close to 55% from the field over the second half of the season and that’s not stopping against this Central Michigan defense.

Toledo vs Central Michigan Prediction, Lines

Toledo 83, Central Michigan 66
Line: COMING, o/u: COMING
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Washington State vs Central Michigan: Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl Prediction, Game Preview

Washington State vs Central Michigan: Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl prediction, game preview, how to watch, lines, and why each team might or might not win.

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Washington State vs Central Michigan: Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl How To Watch

Date: Friday, December 31
Game Time: 12:30 pm ET
Venue: Sun Bowl Stadium, El Paso, TX
How To Watch: CBS
Records: Central Michigan (8-4), Washington State (7-5)

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Washington State vs Central Michigan Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl Preview

Central Michigan paid its ticket for the Arizona Bowl and it got an upgrade. Boise State couldn’t go, to the Chippewas moved from Tucson over to El Paso to get a shot at a Washington State team that’s had a wild and fun ride to get here.

The Cougars fought through their own adversity to win three of their last four games and six of their last eight. After all of the drama with former head coach Nick Rolovich, Washington State kept on winning, and it rewarded its coach by making Jake Dickert the full-time head man.

– The Cougars are going to throw and throw some more, but it’s all to control the clock and the tempo – they led the Pac-12 in time of possession.

The Chippewas are a whole lot of fun. They make big plays.

They make big plays on offense with the MAC’s second-best passing game. They make big plays on defense with the most sacks and plays in the backfield by anyone in the conference. They make big plays on special teams with the nation’s best punt return game.

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