FOXBORO, Mass. -- Zurlon Tipton etched his name into the Central Michigan record books as the Chippewas routed Massachusetts 42-21 Friday in each team's Mid-American Conference finale.
The win earned the Chippewas (6-6, 4-4) bowl eligibility for the first time since 2009-10.
Tipton ran for 185 yards and four touchdowns on 25 carries. The junior finished the season with 20 touchdowns -- 19 on the ground -- tying him with Dan LeFevour's 2007 marks for the second highest single-season output in each category in the program's history. Tipton finished the season with 1,391 yards, the seventh best single-season mark at the school.
The 100-yard game was Tipton's sixth straight.
Rob Blanchflower had 10 catches for 100 yards and a touchdown for UMass (1-11, 1-7).
South Florida coach Willie Taggart will add former NFL quarterback Shaun King to his coaching staff, according to a source, as co-offensive coordinator Danny Hope resigned.
Myles Gaskin and the Huskies offense took off at the end of 2015, and with most of the starting O-line back, the good times should continue for Gaskin.
Quarterback will be a major focus as the Pac-12 turns its focus to 2016, with new starters popping up all over a league that has turnover throughout.
The Cavaliers' class ranks 60th nationally and 12th in the ACC, ahead of only Syracuse and Boston College. But they addressed several needs.
The Vols needed to find some immediate help in the secondary, and they brough in a group of top prospects who will compete for immediate playing time.
The Big 12's coaches and staffs weighed in on the most unheralded recruits and who they think may make the biggest impact next season.