No. 3 Georgetown seemed unstoppable Saturday, Sept. 29 against Bethel University, winning 63-21 as the offense shined. Quarterback Neal Pawsat threw for 312 yards and three touchdowns in the dominating effort as Georgetown went up 5-0. The Tigers had 569 total yards of offense compared to Bethel’s 312.
Logan Osborne led on the ground with 97 yards on 5 attempts with one 70-yard touchdown run. Melvin Posey rushed for 47 yards and two touchdowns. Jesse Morrell and Adam Schmitz added the other two rushing touchdowns. Georgetown wide receivers were led by Cory Cronin and Chris Gohman, who both scored in the rst quarter.
This wasn’t the defense’s best game so far this season but it was another solid, if not very good outing. Bethel University scored three times but were held to 100 yards rushing, and 212 passing yards. (70 of which were from one long touchdown pass to Bethel WR Cole Delano.) The defense was able to stop Bethel from gaining any real momentum during the game, with them never scoring twice in a row. Linebacker Josh Downing led Georgetown with nine tackles, while Brandon Lawson had eight and Grant Keller had seven.
nin’s 150th win and it was celebrated by a long ovation after the game, as 150 different fans were holding up signs in relation to every win. Assistant coaches Bruce Owens, Craig Mullins and Steve Hill have all been with Georgetown for the
150 wins and have played huge parts in the amount of success Georgetown has had over the years. The Tigers played away during fall break at Campbellsville. The next home game will be against the Universersity of the Cumberlands on Oct. 13.