Saturday at Bucknell, 6
Bison lineman Sean Conover (10.5 sacks, five forced fumbles) is the reigning Patriot League defensive player of the year.
Sept. 10 at Holy Cross, 1
The Crusaders had the Patriot League's worst defense, allowing more than 400 yards and 33 points per game.
Sept. 17 Brown, 1
Hoyas will host an Ivy League foe for the first time and debut their new on-campus stadium.
Sept. 24 at Stony Brook, 2
Veteran wide receivers Josh Anderson, J.J. Cox and Mike Cosentino helped the Seawolves set a school record for passing yards in 2004.
Oct. 1 Lafayette, 2
Junior quarterback Brad Maurer set a school record last season by completing 67 percent of his passes for the Patriot League co-champs.
Oct. 8 Duquesne, 1
Georgetown committed eight turnovers and passed for just 24 yards in 45-7 loss last year.
Oct. 15 at Cornell, 1
Big Red's final six games of 2004 were decided by a touchdown or less.
Oct. 22 Fordham, 2
Rams have beaten Georgetown 10 straight times since 1984.
Nov. 5 at Lehigh, 12:30
Patriot League favorites are led by senior quarterback Mark Borda, who threw for 2,682 yards in 2004.
Nov. 12 Davidson, 12:30
Former defensive assistant Tripp Merritt takes over the program after the Wildcats lost five of their last six games a year ago.
Nov. 19 Colgate, 12:30
The Raiders lost 11 starters, but have had nine straight winning seasons.