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Hoyas Come Up Empty in New York

From News Services and Staff Reports
Sunday, September 26, 2004; Page E14

Chris Brown threw for 219 yards and three touchdowns to lead Colgate to a 33-0 win against Georgetown yesterday in Hamilton, N.Y.

It was Colgate's first shutout since 1988. Georgetown (1-3, 0-2 Patriot League), which suffered its third straight loss, went scoreless for the first time in 25 games. The Raiders (2-1, 1-0) held Hoyas starting quarterback Keith Allan to only five completions for 48 yards. He was sacked three times and threw two interceptions.

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Brown completed 16 of 27 passes, throwing two touchdown passes to Luke Graham. Graham finished with seven catches for 95 yards.

DeWayne Long had five catches for 86 yards and a touchdown. Jamaal Branch ran for 85 yards and a score.

Brown and Graham opened the scoring midway through the second quarter with a 20-yard touchdown strike. Later in the quarter, Branch finished off a 57-yard drive with a one-yard plunge.

Andrew Moore returned an interception 34 yards for a touchdown just before the end of the quarter.

Emir Davis led Georgetown with 49 yards rushing on 13 carries. Georgetown gained only 149 yards on offense.

• RANDOLPH-MACON 16, CATHOLIC 13: After going scoreless in its last two games, Catholic (0-4, 0-1 Old Dominion Athletic Conference) led 13-6 in the fourth quarter in Ashland, Va. Randolph-Macon tied the score with 7 minutes 3 seconds remaining then kicked the winning field goal at 1:28. Steve Frey kicked two field goals and Greg Nejmeh threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Noah Rogers.

• BOWIE STATE 7, WINSTON-SALEM 6: Lamar Manigo threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Kalvin McGee early in the third quarter and the Bulldogs (3-2, 2-1 CIAA) held on at home when the Rams (1-4, 1-1) later missed an extra point.


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