Eastern Washington blanks Richmond 38-0, advances to Football Championship Series semifinals

Richmond wide receiver Brian Brown (12) is tackled by Eastern Washington defensive back Mitch Fettig, bottom, defensive back Victor Gamboa (27), and linebacker Miquiyah Zamora, top, during the first half of a second round FCS playoff NCAA college football game at Roos Field, Saturday Dec. (12) is tackled by Eastern Washington defensive back Mitch Fettig, bottom, defensive back Victor Gamboa (27), and linebacker Miquiyah Zamora, top, during the first half of a second round FCS playoff NCAA college football game at Roos Field, Saturday Dec. 10, 2016, in Cheney, Wash. (Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review via AP)

Cooper Kupp of Eastern became college football’s all-time leading receiver with 6,284 yards, passing Chris George of NAIA Glenville State. The Eagles (12-1) will host Youngstown State in a semifinal game at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in Cheney.

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