WASHINGTON -- In a matchup of teams headed in opposite directions, Georgetown broke open a game that was close at halftime with a big second half to defeat Fordham 30-13 Saturday in Patriot League play.
It was the fifth consecutive victory for the Hoyas (8-2, 4-1). Fordham, meanwhile, suffered its seventh loss in a row to fall to 1-8, 0-4.
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Georgetown was far more balanced offensively than Fordham. The Hoyas rushed for 177 yards, and quarterback Scott Darby was an efficient 18-for-30 passing. Unlike his counterpart, Darby did not throw an interception. Brett Weiss also kicked three field goals to help keep the Hoyas' winning streak alive.
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