The totaled only two wins last season and were picked outside of the Top 3 in the NEC preseason coaches’ poll.
Then, there was the 0-3 start.
Eight weeks later, Central Connecticut won its seventh game in a row and captured the NEC’s automatic bid to the #FCSPlayoffs when a last-second Duquesne field goal attempt went wide.
CCSU’s “improbable” run to the Northeast Conference football crown evoked a great deal of #BlueDevilPride across Twitter.
Check out how some of CCSU’s other athletics teams and Atlanta Falcons Assistant GM Scott Pioli, a Central alumnus, reacted to the news of the Blue Devils’ 28-27 title-clinching victory…