Georgetown sacked Faulkner quarterback Terrell Robinson 13 times — one short of the NAIA record — en route to handing the No. 4 Eagles their first loss with a 27-10 win at Toyota Stadium.
The No. 6 Tigers also forced three fumbles and an interception. Georgetown (4-0, 2-0 Mid-South Conference) also had three tackles for loss. In total, the Eagles (5-1, 1-1 MSC) lost 102 yards.
"The whole plan was to get to (Robinson)," said Georgetown defensive coordinator Shan Housekeeper. "No one has done that this season. We knew if we were able to pressure him, make him think, the ball swings in our favor."
Neal Pawsat went for 233 yards on 17-for-31 passing. Pawsat connected with receiver Ben Patenaude on a 10-yard score with 10:55 to play in the second quarter for his only TD pass.
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Dylan Sims returned a fumble 51 yards for a touchdown about two minutes laters to cap a 17-0 Georgetown run to begin the game.
"This defense deserves a pat on the back," Georgetown head coach Bill Cronin said. "They came out, played hard and helped us get another win."
Campbell 31, Morehead St. 24: The Fighting Camels used three huge scoring plays, including a long go-ahead TD pass with 4:16 left, to overcome the Eagles on the road.
Jared Joyner caught a 68-yard Dakota Wolf bomb to break a 24-24 tie and give Campbell (2-3, 2-0 Pioneer Football League) its second straight conference win.
David Salmons threw a 64-yard TD to DeShawn Jones to put the Camels up 17-7 over Morehead (2-3, 1-1 PFL) at the break. Isaiah Howard's 91-yard kickoff return gave the visitors a 24-10 edge early in the third quarter.
The Eagles scored the next two TDs. Austin Gahafer threw a 44-yard score to Justin Cornwall, then Brandon Bornhauser rushed in from a yard out to knot the game at 24.
Morehead had 26 first downs to Campbell's 11 and ran 34 more plays than the Camels (87 to 53). The Eagles outgained the Camels 488-414 in total offense.
Lindsey Wilson 31, Cumberlands 28: Branden Cresap threw for 277 yards and three TDs as the Blue Raiders (4-2, 2-0 MSC) held on for the home win. The Patriots (1-4, 0-3), ranked fourth in the preseason, lost their third straight.
Cumberland 36, Pikeville 30 (OT): Brandon Mallory scored the game-winning TD for the Bulldogs (4-1, 2-0 MSC), who rallied from 16 points down to best the host Bears (2-4, 2-2).