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Record: 8-3 Home: 4-0 Away: 4-3 MSC: 6-0
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Football - Sat, Sep. 20, 2014 at 5:45 PM

Georgetown College rolled up another 63 points and remained undefeated in the 2014 season. The No. 8 Tigers (2-0) hit the road for a 63-14 win over Lindenwood University Belleville.

DeMonte Smith did the heavy lifting with three scores for five this season. Joe Ganci also had a multi-touchdown day with a rushing and receiving score. He had five catches for 95 yards, adding 17 yards on three carries. Smith went 73 yards on 11 carries and Zach Harris had another good game on the ground with a game-high 93 yards on 10 attempts.

 
Football - Mon, Sep. 15, 2014

Georgetown College football went from No. 12 in the preseason poll to No. 8 Monday afternoon as released by the NAIA. The Tigers (1-0) started the season Saturday with an impressive 63-7 manhandling of Bethel University.

 
Neal Pawsat and Demonte Smith celebrate an early touchdown Saturday. Photo by Richard Davis
Neal Pawsat and Demonte Smith celebrate an early touchdown Saturday. Photo by Richard Davis
Football - Sat, Sep. 13, 2014

If there were any concerns about the offensive line for Georgetown College, Saturday's 63-7 win over Bethel University should have helped to ease some minds. The No. 12 Tigers (1-0) had no trouble moving the ball against the Wildcats.

GC rolled up 492 yards on 73 plays and had the game well in hand just more than four minutes into action. They took the opening kickoff 80 yards on five plays in 2:35 seconds for a two-yard rush from Kyle Longworth. On the ensuing kickoff, the Wildcats (0-3) missed the ball and Georgetown recovered on BU's 10-yard line. Three plays later it was Demonte Smith for the first of his two rushing touchdowns and a 14-0 lead.

"Neal (Pawsat) played a great game. Demonte played a great game," said GC coach Bill Cronin. "The offensive line proved a lot today. It was a good first game and great to get back on the field for live action."

 
Football - Fri, Sep. 12, 2014

The No. 12 Tigers open the 2014 season against Bethel University 1:30 pm Saturday at Toyota Stadium. Georgetown College will then play 10 straight, having received the lone bye week this past weekend.

"It has been nice to have the extra time to get everyone ready," said GC football coach Bill Cronin. "We graduated a number of offensive lineman and it has been good to take the extra time to get these guys game-ready."

The Tigers lost Dustin Brown, Kevin Connaughton, Wes Smith, Sam Schulte, Aaron Wilson and Jake Buchanan off the line that protects veteran quarterback Neal Pawsat.

 
Football - Mon, Sep. 8, 2014

Tiger Nation just a reminder, catch all your football action this year on radio through Glicod Communications. Football games such as this weekend's kick-off can be found at WCGW 770 and 94.7 WFIA. Track the games online through a link here.

Every football game, including any postseason play, will be broadcast on the radio. This means there will be no video broadcasts for the football games this season.

 
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