Bonamego said the Chippewas will begin practicing in the evening this week with an eye toward the Aug. 31 season opener. Game week preparation for Rhode Island will begin later this week.
In brief remarks during the bar-b-que, Bonamego brought up all of the freshmen on the roster and then turned the microphone over to the players to introduce themselves.
And while talk of the offense and who, eventually, will trigger it are certainly tantalizing, it is, at the end of the day, the defense that will make or break the Chippewas’ season. It almost always is.
CMU coach John Bonamego said Thursday that Michael Armstrong, a graduate transfer from SMU, is the frontrunner in the battle with sophomore Kaden Keon for the starting placekicking job.
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