The Zips start the new campaign with a new head coach at the helm, and a lot of ground to make up over a tough schedule.
The Chippewas get an infamous rematch and an intriguing Big Ten opponent in their 2022 non-con slate.
The Ypsilanti native returns home to bolster his hometown Eagles after a year in Memphis.
A former receiver for the RedHawks, McVay won the Super Bowl this past year and has made a name for himself in the pro ranks.
An emergent talent in the 2019 and 2020 seasons, Lewis missed all of 2021 with injury and will seek a chance to start on another roster.
A handful of intriguing out-of-conference matchups, the return of the Saturday afternoon title game and a new potential TV partner highlight the TV schedule release.
The Almere, Netherlands native will start his pro football career in Tennessee as part of the NFL’s new global diversity initiative.
The night is still young for former MAC players looking for a professional home after one of the most successful draft weekends for the conference in recent memory.
Flint, an Australian national, will continue his football career in Ontario.