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 Data Scout Notes: **2021: STPOYC...2020: 2ndC...PMaxwell/PBiletnikoff/PHornung...2019: 1stC-WR&PR...Transfer from Virginia Tech

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  2021 MAC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Kalil Pimpleton, PR, Central Michigan,...Pimpleton, who hails from Muskegon, leads the MAC in average punt return yardage, 20.25 yards, and returned two punts for touchdowns this season. Both of those returns for touchdowns came in a 42-30 victory at Western Michigan; one covered a CMU-record 97 yards and stands as the third-longest punt return in MAC history. It marks the third time in CMU history that a Chippewa has earned the MAC Special Teams Player of the Year Award. Antonio Brown brought home the honor to Mount Pleasant in 2008-09. - MAC Football

(DS#84 WR) Sr/2022 WR Kalil PimpletonCentral Michigan
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  NOV 8 MAC WEST DIVISION SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kalil Pimpleton, Central Michigan, Punt Returner, Junior, Muskegon, Mich./Muskegon,...Pimpleton led Central Michigan to a rivalry victory at Western Michigan with a pair of punt returns for touchdowns in just a five minute span on the game clock. Pimpleton's first punt return for a touchdown came at the 5:03 mark of the second quarter, a 70-yard score. It was CMU's first punt return for a TD since Antonio Brown in 2009. KP's second punt return for a score came with 00:03 left in the first half, a 97-yard return. That broke CMU's program record previously held by Jim Podoley, a 90-yard return vs. Northern Iowa, 1953. It was also the third-longest return in MAC history. Pimpleton is the first CMU player to have two punt returns for a touchdown in the program's Division I era. He is the only player at the FBS level this season to tally two in a game and is the 24th player in D-I to have multiple punt return touchdowns in a single game since 2000. Pimpleton broke the MAC single game punt return average record with a mark of 55.3. The previous mark was 43.3 by Ryne Robinson of Miami (Ohio) in 2003. - MAC Football

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  Kalil Pimpleton scored three touchdowns in five minutes, two on long punt returns, to spark Central Michigan to a 42-30 win over Western Michigan on Wednesday night. Pimpleton, who had 104 yards receiving with an 11-yard touchdown sandwiched between the punt returns, had 269 yards of total offense at halftime. He finished with 281. Lew Nichols had two second-half touchdown runs and piled up 163 yards on 26 carries for the Chippewas (5-4, 3-2 Mid-American Conference). It was his fourth straight 100-yard game and fifth of the season for the redshirt freshman.

With the Chippewas trailing 14-0 in the second quarter, Pimpleton took a punt and went around the right side 70 yards for a score. He then hauled in an 11-yard scoring pass to complete a three-play, 72-yard drive. Finally he fielded a punt at the 5-yard line, went up the middle, veered to the right sideline and then back to the middle of the field for a 95-yard score, the longest in school history. The first TD came at the 5:03 mark, the third came three seconds before halftime. The last Chippewa to return a punt for a touchdown was Antonio Brown in 2009 when he was the last to have two punt returns in a season. Sean Tyler had two rushing touchdowns for the Broncos (5-4, 2-3) and Corey Crooms caught seven passes for 118 yards and a score. - Central Michigan/AP College Football


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  Daniel Richardson threw the go-ahead touchdown to Kalil Pimpleton with 3:55 left and Central Michigan held on to beat Ohio 30-27 on Saturday. The CMU (3-3, 1-1 Mid-American Conference) defense stuffed Ohio on its ensuing drive holding the Bobcats to minus-7 yards in three plays and forced the Bobcats to punt. The Chippewas proceeded to kill the clock from there. Richardson threw for 257 yards, the score to Pimpleton and two interceptions. Lew Nichols III ran for 186 yards on 30 carries and two touchdowns for Central Michigan. Pimpleton also added a 7-yard end around for a score to give Central Michigan a 20-19 lead. Sieh Bangura responded with a 40-yard touchdown run for Ohio and the two-point conversion gave the Bobcats a 27-20 advantage. Ohio's Armani Rogers completed 13-of-18 pass attempts for 190 yards and ran for a score. - Central Michigan/AP College Football

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  Central Michigan's Kalil Pimpleton has been named to the Paul Hornung Award Watch List. The award goes to the most versatile player in college football. The dazzling Pimpleton, a junior from Muskegon, had 26 catches for 277 yards, carried 16 times for 134 yards and completed five of his eight pass attempts for 149 yards during the 2020 season. He accounted for six touchdowns in total on the season and returned eight punts and two kickoffs and averaged 82 yards per game in all-purpose yardage. - Central Michigan Football

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  The 2021 season unofficially kicked off on Tuesday with the Mid-American Conference Media Day at Ford Field, which in December will be the site of the league title game. The Chippewas went 3-3 in the COVID-shortened 2020 season, and they return a talented and solid core of veterans in the likes of defensive end Troy Hairston II and wide receiver/punt returner Kalil Pimpleton, both of whom represented CMU at Tuesday's media day. CMU won the MAC West in 2019, McElwain's first season at the helm of the program. "I think we've got great pieces on our team; I think our parts are fantastic," McElwain said. "I think we have some really, really talented guys. Now we've got to bring those parts and make it a whole."

Hairston, who was the co-MAC Defensive Player of the Year last season, is the headliner of a defense that includes mainstays Troy Brown - a two-time All-MAC First Team linebacker - safety Devonni Reed, and middle linebacker George Douglas. Pimpleton is among the most dazzling players in the MAC and is a threat to go the distance any time he touches the ball. He is part of an offense that includes the one-two running back punch of Kobe Lewis and Lew Nichols III, the latter of whom was named the MAC Freshman of the Year in 2020. The Chippewas were picked fourth in the preseason media poll. - Morning Sun


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  Thirteen Central Michigan Chippewas have been named to the 2021 Phil Steele All-Mid-American Conference Preseason football teams. Five Chippewas were named to Steele's first team; two to the second team; four to the third team; and three to the fourth team. CMU junior Kalil Pimpleton was named to the squad at two positions, wide receiver (first team) and punt returner (third team). Four other Chippewas were named to the first team, three on defense and one on special teams. They are defensive end Troy Hairston II, linebacker Troy Brown, and cornerback Dishon McNary. Placekicker Marshall Meeder was also named to Steele's first team. - Central Michigan Football

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  2020 ALL-MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM (COACHES): Wide Receiver - Kalil Pimpleton, Central Michigan,...The versatile Pimpleton, a junior from Muskegon, rolled up impressive numbers in touching the ball four ways: As a receiver, as a runner, as a passer, and as a returner. He made 26 catches for 277 yards and two touchdowns; he rushed 16 times for 134 yards and three TDs; he completed five of his eight pass attempts for 149 yards and one TD; he averaged 6.9 yards on eight punt returns, and he averaged 13 yards on two kickoff returns. Pimpleton was a first-team all-conference pick at both wide receiver and punt returner last season. - Central Michigan Football

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  Central Michigan's Kalil Pimpleton was named the weekly Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll for his performance last week in the Chippewas' 52-44 loss to Western Michigan. Pimpleton, a junior from Muskegon, touched the ball 14 times four different ways and scored four times. He had 107 yards and three touchdowns rushing; he caught three passes for 42 yards and a two-point conversion; he completed one pass for 30 yards; and he returned two punts for 15 yards. His touchdown runs covered 65, 25 and five yards. Pimpleton was one of six offensive players/return specialists named to the honor roll this week. - Central Michigan Football

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  2020 PRESEASON PAUL HORNUNG AWARD WATCH LIST: Kalil Pimpleton, Central Michigan,...Pimpleton, a junior receiver/kick returner from Muskegon, earned First Team All-Mid-American Conference honors as a wide receiver and as a punt returner in 2019, when he helped lead the Chippewas to an 8-6 finish, the MAC West title, a berth in the MAC Championship Game, and an appearance in the New Mexico Bowl. Pimpleton had 82 receptions for 894 yards - leading the MAC in both categories - and six touchdowns last season. He returned 24 punts for 208 yards, averaging 9.68 yards per. He ranked second in the league and 20th in the nation in that category. - Central Michigan Football

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  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: WR Kalil Pimpleton, Central Michigan,...Pimpleton had 82 receptions for 894 yards, leading the MAC in both categories, and six touchdowns last season. He returned 24 punts for 208 yards, averaging 9.68 yards per. He ranked second in the league and 20th in the nation in that category. - Central Michigan Football

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  2020 PRESEASON BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST: Kalil Pimpleton, Central Michigan,...Pimpleton, a junior from Muskegon, earned First Team All-Mid-American Conference honors as a wide receiver and as a punt returner in 2019, when he helped lead the Chippewas to an 8-6 finish, the MAC West title, a berth in the MAC Championship Game, and an appearance in the New Mexico Bowl. Pimpleton had 82 receptions for 894 yards – leading the MAC in both categories - and six touchdowns last season. He returned 24 punts for 208 yards, averaging 9.68 yards per. He ranked second in the league and 20th in the nation in that category. Pimpleton is one of 55 receivers from across the country to be named to the watch list. - Central Michigan Football

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  Evan Petzold of the Detroit Free Press reported the football team was the first to make its way back to campus, the other teams are expected to return at a later date. A team spokesman said players were only able to return if their remote coronavirus tests were negative. At this point, the department has not confirmed if any players tested positive. Student-athletes who have returned to campus have already returned negative tests and would only test further if anybody exhibits signs of COVID-19. Players, coaches and staff members have been given a symptom checklist to fill out each day, and it remains the person's discretion if they are healthy enough to enter the facility. "The health and safety of our students is always our top priority," CMU Athletic Director Michael Alford said in a statement. "We have been in constant communication and planning with campus partners and health officials in preparation for a return to campus. We will also follow all state guidelines put in place and all activities will be voluntary as defined by the NCAA." - Central Michigan Life

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  2019 ALL-MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Punt Return Specialist - Kalil Pimpleton, Central Michigan,...Four Chippewas were named to the All-MAC First Team, while McElwain earned the league's Coach of the Year Award after leading CMU to a remarkable turnaround. Pimpleton's 9.0-yard punt return average ranked second in the league. - Central Michigan Football

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  2019 ALL-MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM (COACHES): Wide Receiver - Kalil Pimpleton, Central Michigan,...Four Chippewas were named to the All-MAC First Team, while McElwain earned the league's Coach of the Year Award after leading CMU to a remarkable turnaround. Pimpleton led the conference in both receptions (73) and receiving yards (771) and also caught six touchdown passes. - Central Michigan Football

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