DAVIDSON, N.C. (AP) -- Emir Davis rushed for two touchdowns to
lift Georgetown to a 23-0 win against Davidson on Saturday.
The Hoyas (3-7 Patriot League) got their first score on a
34-yard-field goal by Eric Bjonerud with 5:27 left in the first
quarter. Georgetown's next score came on a 1-yard run by Davis late
in the first quarter.
Davis scored his second touchdown on a 2-yard-run midway through
the fourth quarter. Andrew Crawford's 8-yard-run near the end of
the game capped the Hoyas' scoring at 23 points.
Kim Sarin led Georgetown's ground game with 98 yards on 16
carries as the Hoyas tallied 241 yards in total offense.
John Leverett gained 83 yards on 25 carries to set a Davidson
(2-7) career rushing record of 3,165 yards.
Three passers threw a combined five interceptions for the
Wildcats, who amassed 225 yards in total offense. Beaux Jones
completed 8-of-25 passes and threw three of the interceptions. He
was also sacked four times.