Georgetown picked up a whopping 32 first downs on its way to a 50-7 rout at Mid-South opponent Virginia-Wise on Saturday.
Georgetown, ranked No. 4 in NAIA, improved to 8-0 and 4-0 in the conference.
Neal Pawsat was 15-for-23 passing for 202 yards and two touchdowns for the Tigers, who also recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for a touchdown and recorded a safety. Trailing 50-0, Virginia-Wise (5-4, 1-2) got a TD with 7:07 left to spoil the shutout.
Georgetown, which had 392 yards of offense, has outscored its last two opponents 115-7.
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Cumberland (Tenn.) 43, Union 35: After falling behind 37-7 in the first half, host Union outscored Cumberland 28-6 the rest of the way before falling short of a comeback in the Mid-South matchup.
Union was driving late but turned the ball over on downs with 3:36 to play.
Ryan Moses passed for 292 yards and three touchdowns for Union (2-7, 1-3), including an 80-yard TD to Demetrius Hicks to complete the scoring. Hicks caught six passes for 125 yards.
Cumberland improved to 7-1, 4-0.
Centre 24, Millsaps 22: Visiting Centre was outgained 405-237, but the Colonels took advantage of three Millsaps turnovers to improve to 7-0 for the first time since 1989.
Tyler Osterman threw a touchdown pass, and Monte Scotton and Jonathan Pinque ran for scores.
Centre stopped a Millsaps drive on fourth-and-1 from the 50-yard line to preserve the victory.
Thomas More 27, Westminster 10: Rob Kues ran for two touchdowns and threw for another to help visiting Thomas More clinch its fourth consecutive Presidents' Athletic Conference title.
LCA graduate Domonique Hayden had 99 yards on 20 carries for Thomas More, ranked No. 6 in NCAA Division III. The Saints also clinched their fourth straight automatic bid to the national playoffs.
Campbellsville 24, Kentucky Christian 21: David Hon's 32-yard field goal as time expired gave Campbellsville (4-5, 2-2 Mid-South) a comeback victory over Kentucky Christian in Huntington, W.Va.
Campbellsville recovered fumbles on back-to-back possessions in the fourth quarter to get the win. The winning kick was set up after William Harris recovered a fumble, forced by a Derek Mincy sack, on the Kentucky Christian 17-yard line.
Central State 36, Kentucky Wesleyan 0: In a matchup of teams looking for their first win, host Kentucky Wesleyan (0-8) had three turnovers and was held to 54 yards rushing in a loss to Central State (1-7). Chris Owen passed for 225 yards for Wesleyan.