TROY, Ala. -- Jordan Chunn rushed for two touchdowns to help Troy became bowl eligible for the sixth time in eight seasons with a 42-28 win over Texas State on Friday.
Chunn set a Troy (6-6, 4-3 Sun Belt) record for touchdowns by a freshman with his 13th in the second quarter. He added another in the fourth quarter on a 1-yard run.
Sun Belt newcomer Texas State (6-6, 2-5) has now lost three straight games, since earning its sixth win against Idaho on Nov. 2nd.
Troy entered the game first in the conference in passing (12th nationally) averaging 324.5 yards per contest. The Trojans' two quarterbacks, Deon Anthony and Corey Robinson, combined to throw for 297 yards and three touchdowns.
Duke DeLancellotti tossed two touchdowns for Texas State, but also threw an interception.
It was senior day for Troy, as 22 seniors played in their final home game.
South Carolina's loss to The Citadel, coupled with Georgia and Florida struggling in tight victories, was an embarrassment for the conference.
Ryan Graham pass complete to Kenny Golladay for 27 yds for a TD (Christian Hagan KICK)
Ryan Graham pass complete to Juwan Brescacin for a loss of 4 yards to the NoIll 17
Riley Neal pass complete to Chris Shillings for 7 yds for a TD
Chase Herbstreit finishes up the regular season going with Ohio State to knock off Michigan, which doesn't come as a shock to the family.
Oklahoma is projected to be in the College Football Playoff after the release of the CFP rankings, while West Virginia joined the bowl-eligible crowd.