PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- Nick Hartigan ran for 167 yards and two
touchdowns as Brown beat Penn 34-20 on Saturday.
Brown (6-1) began the scoring after Tim Cotter intercepted a
pass by Bryan Walker on the third play of the game. Steve Morgan
converted that turnover into a 47-yard field goal for Brown.
Jamie Gasperella intercepted another pass from Walker late in
the second period, leading to a 40-yard touchdown run by
quarterback Joe DiGiacomo, increasing Brown's lead to 17-0.
Gasperella recovered a fumble by Matt Carre on Penn's 23-yard
line, setting up Hartigan for a 1-yard touchdown run, giving Brown
its largest lead of the game, 24-0.
Penn got on the scoreboard when Walker found Joe Sandberg with a
30-yard screen pass for a touchdown with 1:48 left in the half.
Walker was 15-for-38 for 193 yards and two touchdowns plus two
Brown was up 24-7 at halftime.
Penn (5-2) pulled within 24-14 when Scotty Williams interception
a pass from DiGiacomo and returned it 80 yards for a touchdown five
minutes into the third quarter.
On Brown's next possession, Hartigan scored on a 24-yard run.
Morgan kicked a 28-yard field goal with 10:56 left in the game,
giving Brown a 34-14 lead. Sandberg got his second touchdown of the
game on a 26-yard pas from walker at 9:34 in the fourth.
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