NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Yale's quarterback tandem of Brook Hart and Ryan Fodor combined for four touchdown passes Saturday as Yale routed Georgetown 47-7.
The Bulldogs (1-0) capitalized on a porous pass defense to build a 33-0 lead on they Hoyas (1-2).
Hart completed 14 of 18 passes for 176 yards and three touchdowns, while Fodor was 10 of 15-for 185 yards and a score.
Yale needed only three plays and just 81 seconds to drive 85 yards and score on its first possession, a 21-yard touchdown pass from Fodor to wide receiver Jordan Forney.
Using two quarterbacks until it settles on a starter, Yale took a 17-0 lead in the closing minutes of the first half on Hart's five-yard touchdown pass to Shebby Swett. The touchdown pass and scoring reception were both career firsts for Hart and Swett.
The Bulldogs' Steven Santoro intercepted a pass in the third quarter, setting up a 13-yard touchdown pass to Forney.
Twenty-one seconds later, Adam Money intercepted a Georgetown pass and returned it 60 yards for another Yale touchdown and a 33-0 third-quarter lead.
Georgetown ended Yale's shutout bid late in the third quarter when it drove 60 yards and scored on James Brady's 26-yard touchdown pass to Kenny Mitchell.
A short Georgetown punt gave the Bulldogs good field position and set up another Yale touchdown, a 33-yard run by Mike McLeod, who had 78 yards rushing on 22 carries.
Hart's 26-yard touchdown pass to Shane Bannon gave the Bulldogs their 40-point lead with 4:51 to play.