Carroll College showed Georgetown why it's a defending and six-time NAIA national football champion.
Five Carroll players scored touchdowns, and its defense held the high-scoring Tigers to a field goal in a 35-3 semifinal rout Saturday in Helena, Mont.
Carroll (13-1) advances to the national championship for the second straight season, where it will face Saint Xavier (Ill.) on Dec. 17 in Rome, Ga. Saint Xavier (13-1) upset top-ranked Marian (Ind.) on Saturday 30-27.
Georgetown (12-1), which hadn't scored fewer than 21 points in a game all season, was held to 69 yards rushing, and quarterback Neal Pawsat completed less than 50 percent of his passes (18 of 38).
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Carroll dominated time of possession, converting on 9 of 14 third downs. Chance Demarais ran for 118 yards and a touchdown, and Dane Broadhead was 14-for 19 passing for 137 yards and a score.
Georgetown's only score came on Alex Kreimer's 40-yard field goal in the second quarter. Carroll has not given up a second-half score in the playoffs.
Carroll beat Sioux Falls (S.D.) 10-7 in last year's championship game. A seventh title would tie the all-time mark held by Texas A&I.