Boston College continued to cruise in the third quarter against Central Michigan, scoring another touchdown after intermission to take a commanding 28-8 lead over the Chippewas.
After forcing a CMU punt, the Eagles went 89 yards in 12 plays, chewing up over four-and-a-half minutes of clock on their first drive of the quarter. During that drive, the BC offensive line paved the way for both Jon Hilliman and A.J. Dillon to run with little resistance, and redshirt freshman quarterback Anthony Brown capped the drive off with a pass to Hilliman for a touchdown.
Stay tuned as the Eagles look to pick up their second win of the year.