Our staff breaks down the entire bowl season with analysis from every game.
From postgame celebrations to the best on-field moments, follow along for the highlights of bowl season.
- Central Michigan to Sun Bowl; Arizona Bowl off
- Boise St., Central Michigan bail on Arizona Bowl
- McElwain won't coach CMU after appendectomy
- QB Keller out of hospital month after being shot
— Central Michigan came to the desert southwest to play in one bowl game and ended up in another.
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Central Michigan will now play Washington State in the Sun Bowl on Friday, a move that allows both teams to play in a bowl game amid COVID-19 disruptions.
COVID-19 issues within the Boise State football program forced the Broncos to withdraw from the Arizona Bowl, the school's athletic department said on Monday, and hours later, Central Michigan also withdrew to join the Tony the Tiger Sun Bowl.
— Daniel Richardson threw two touchdown passes to JaCorey Sullivan, Marion Lukes returned a second-half kickoff 100 yards and Central Michigan ended the season with a 31-10 defeat of rival Eastern Michigan on Saturday.
— Freshman Lew Nichols III ran for 215 yards and four touchdowns and Daniel Richardson threw four TD passes as Central Michigan spotted Kent State 14 points before rolling to a 54-30 victory on Wednesday night.
— Kalil Pimpleton scored three touchdowns in five minutes, two on long punt returns, to spark Central Michigan to a 42-30 win over Western Michigan on Wednesday night.
— Rocky Lombardi threw for 320 yards and three touchdowns and freshman Kanon Woodill kicked the go-ahead field goal with under a minute to go in his first collegiate action to give Northern Illinois a 39-38 victory over Central Michigan on Saturday.
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— Daniel Richardson threw the go-ahead touchdown to Kalil Pimpleton with 3:55 left and Central Michigan held on to beat Ohio 30-27 on Saturday.
— Backup quarterback Daniel Richardson threw for three fourth-quarter touchdowns and Central Michigan rallied from a 17-point second-half deficit to beat Florida International 31-27 on Saturday.