MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. -- Zurlon Tipton ran for four touchdowns on Friday to lead Central Michigan in a 42-10 victory over Eastern Michigan and become bowl eligible in the Mid-American Conference for the second-straight season.
Tipton ran for 216 yards and scored back-to-back-to-back touchdowns in the first half to jump the Chippewas (6-6, 5-3) to a 21-0 lead. His third touchdown was on an 86-yard run and he finished the half with 134 yards.
Eastern Michigan (2-10, 1-7) drove down the field for 85 yards in 55 seconds to score its first touchdown, making the score 21-10, before the end of the first half.
Central Michigan's Courtney Williams ran back the opening kickoff of the second half for an 84-yard touchdown, marking the Chippewas first kickoff return for a touchdown since January 6, 2010.
Another TD run by Tipton and Avery Cunningham's 75-yard pick for a touchdown concluded Central Michigan's scoring.
A charge of driving under the influence against Tennessee offensive lineman Charles Mosley has been dropped.
Kevin Weidl and Marcus Spears look at the best fit, biggest surprise and best player left from the SEC after the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Thirteen minutes before the draft, Laremy Tunsil's Twitter account was reportedly hacked and a video of Tunsil smoking surfaced. The drama didn't end there, as the 13th pick dominated the headlines on draft night.
SEC Network checks into Mississippi State's spring football practice for a sneak peak at their offseason adjustments.
Kevin Weidl and Marcus Spears look at how former Ole Miss players Laquon Treadwell and Robert Nkemdiche will fit with the Vikings and Cardinals, respectively.
SEC Network's Peter Burns talks with Seattle Seahawks' 31st overall pick Germain Ifedi about the feeling of being drafted and his excitement for Seattle.