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Georgetown College football traveled to one of the toughest places to play in the NAIA Football Championship Series First Round, and had Carroll College on the ropes early. The Fighting Saints (11-1) lived up to their name, fought back, and escaped 38-28. CC has advanced to the quarterfinals 13 of 14 years since 2000 and has never lost a first round home game.
A pair of fumbles proved costly for the No. 13 Tigers (7-4) in the fourth quarter, which started with the teams knotted at 28.
Tiger Nation, game day is drawing closer and we are learning more and more about how to follow our No. 13 Tigers out in Helena, Mt.
WKYT in Lexington has agreed to carry the game live on the CW Lexington for the central Kentucky market. Stations by carrier are as follows:
Time Warner Cable (Lexington) – 5 or 914
Time Warner Cable (surrounding counties) – 99
Dish Network – 28
DirecTV – 14
Georgetown College football team continues to be recognized for another exciting season. Senior Brock Messina joins a long list of talented defensive players. He led the conference in five different statistical categories, helping him earn Mid-South Conference East Division Defensive Player of the Year.
Messina is the fifth Tiger to earn the honor since 2001 and third in the past four years. Kyle Anderson started the trend again in 2010 and he was followed by Zach Goebel in 2011.
The Louisville native compiled 74 tackles, 49 of which were solo. He led the MSC in sacks (15.5) tackles for loss (24) sacks per game (1.6) tackles for loss per game (2.4) and forced fumbles per game (0.4).
Georgetown College football team is preparing for a playoff trip to Helena, Mt. but many of those same gentleman that lead on the field every week also understand they are in college to prepare for the next step in life.
The Mid-South Conference announced Wednesday morning that the Tigers had 10 of the 124 league athletes that made the All-Academic team.
Georgetown College football travels to Helena, Mt. to play Carroll College in the NAIA Football Championship First Round. The kickoff is set for 2 pm and will be broadcast on the CW Lexington.
Continue to check back here for a listing of the channel locations by local providers.
The No. 13 Tigers (7-3) have played No. 3 Saints (10-1). This is the fifth meeting with the series tied 2-2. GC took the first two meetings en route to back-to-back national titles, while Carroll won in 2002 and 2011.