EASTON, Pa. -- Davis Rodriguez kicked two field goals, including the game winner in overtime, to lead Lafayette to a 20-17 win over Penn on Saturday night.
With the game tied at 17-17, Penn quarterback Kyle Olson had three incompletions that led to Andrew Samson missing a 42-yard field goal for the lead. Tyrell Coon then rushed the ball three times for Lafayette (2-1), setting up Rodriguez's 28-yard kick for the win.
Lafayette led 17-0 with 1:05 to play in the first half thanks in part to Rob Curley, who connected with Mark Layton on a 19-yard score and Mitchell Bennett from 21 yards out. Rodriguez also kicked a 29-yard field goal.
But Samson's 40-yard field goal to end the first half started a spree of 17 straight Penn (0-2) points, capped by Olson's touchdown passes of 7 yards to Tyler Fisher and 21 yards to Bradford Blackmon.
Curley finished 18-for-27 with 208 yards.
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