Mobley's record day powers Eastern Kentucky to 43-36 comeback win over Murray State



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RICHMOND, Kentucky — Dy'Shawn Mobley scored all six touchdowns as Eastern Kentucky, trailing by 20 at halftime, rallied past Murray State 43-36 on Saturday, raising hopes for a spot in the FCS playoffs.

The Colonels (9-2, 6-2 Ohio Valley) have a nine-win season for the first time in seven years, keeping them in contention for an at-large playoff bid.

Mobley rushed for a career-high 224 yards and five TDs, including two in the fourth quarter as Eastern Kentucky led, 36-33, for the first time. He also caught four passes for 100 yards, including a 72-yard catch-and-run on a screen pass from Bennie Coney to end the third quarter. The five rushing TDs set a school record.

Murray State (3-8, 1-6) racked up 27 points in the first half starting with Pokey Harris' 100-yard return of the opening kick, two TD runs by KD Humphries and two field goals by Carson Greifenkamp.

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