WASHINGTON -- Matt MacZura kicked two field goals, the second a 35-yarder with 1:42 to play to give Georgetown a narrow 13-10 victory over Wagner Saturday in a non-conference game.
The Hoyas, who improved to 2-0, had a 166-94 edge in rushing yardage. That included quarterback Aaron Aiken's 12-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, giving Georgetown a 10-7 lead.
Nick Doscher's 12-yard touchdown pass to Bryant Watts in the first quarter opened the scoring for the Seahawks, who lost a close game for the second straight week. In last week's opener, Wagner's only points came on a David Lopez field goal in a 7-3 loss at Florida Atlantic. This time, Lopez connected again on a 44-yard field goal to tie the game at 10-10 in the fourth quarter.
But then MacZura converted his game-winning 35-yard kick and the Hoyas held on for the win.
Texas Tech WR Jakeem Grant turned a trick play into a touchdown in the final minutes, leading the Red Raiders past the Longhorns.
Todd McShay analyzes six college football players with something to prove this weekend, including Michigan CB Jourdan Lewis, who will face Ohio State WR Michael Thomas on Saturday.
ESPN college football analyst Robert Smith explains how Michigan likes to pound away with the running game but is still be able to use a big-play passing attack with the same look offensively.
Munaweera wants to launch it down the ground... But he does not get hold of it. He can only skewer it to mid-on, where Shadman pouches it
Last season's 61-58 slugfest will be hard to top, but both Baylor and TCU still have much at stake as they meet Friday night.
Success on the ground could well dictate who controls this matchup, whose winner still has some shot at the College Football Playoff.
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