CHARLESTON, S.C. -- The Citadel racked up more than 400 yards on the ground in a 31-9 win over Jacksonville Saturday in the season opener for both teams.
The Bulldogs were relentless, racking up 439 rushing yards on 54 attempts. Running back Ben Dupree led the way with 141 yards on 22 carries and two touchdowns.
His scores sparked Citadel's offense. With Jacksonville up 9-0 late in the second quarter, Dupree scored on a 58-yard run, then ripped off a 28-yarder to put the Bulldogs ahead 14-9.
Citadel controlled the clock the rest of the game, deploying a fleet of running backs to pound Jacksonville's defense.
Jacksonville quarterback Josh McGregor threw for 208 yards but the Dolphins converted on just three of 15 third-down attempts.
13 minutes before the draft began, Laremy Tunsil's Twitter account was reportedly hacked and a video of Tunsil smoking surfaced. The drama didn't end there as the 13th overall 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.
SEC Network's Peter Burns talks with Indianapolis Colts' 18th pick Ryan Kelly about his experience in the NFL draft and thoughts on playing in the NFL.
Dolphins first-round draft pick Laremy Tunsil said he took money from a coach while he was a player at Ole Miss. Requests for comments from Rebels officials weren't immediately returned.