WASHINGTON (AP) -- Holy Cross reserve quarterback Brian McSharry
came off the bench and threw for 181 yards and a touchdown to lead
Holy Cross to a 26-13 win over Georgetown on Saturday.
McSharry entered the game in the second quarter after starter
Dominic Randolph left the game with an apparent leg injury.
Georgetown (0-1, 0-1), which has lost seven straight to Holy
Cross, got most of its offense from quarterback Ben Hostetler, who
finished 20-for-34 for 168 yards and one touchdown. Hostetler also
scored on a 2-yard run with 6:20 left in the third quarter.
Holy Cross jumped out to a 13-0 lead in the second quarter after
a 2-yard run by Gass and a 10-yard pass from McSharry to Matt
Fanning just seconds before halftime.
Kielt scored with 8:05 left in the fourth quarter to put the
Crusaders ahead 26-6.
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