MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. – Oklahoma State spoiled John Bonamego’s debut as Central Michigan’s coach on Sept. 3, as the Cowboys handed the Chippewas a 24-13 loss at Kelly/Shorts Stadium.
It was Bonamego’s first game as coach at Central, where he was a two-time letterwinner as a walk-on in the mid-1980s before going on to a career first as a college assistant, then 16 years as an NFL aide.
When he took over the program in February, he called it his dream job.
The Big 12 Cowboys used a no-huddle spread offense that wore down the Chippewas and took its toll in the second half. Oklahoma State led 10-6 at halftime and it finished with 419 yards in total offense, 278 of it in the final two quarters.
Central Michigan quarterback Cooper Rush turned in a solid performance, completing 28 of 41 pass attempts for 225 yards and leading the Chippewas with a career-best 51 yards rushing.
— Andy Sneddon, CMUChippewas.com
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