WASHINGTON -- Isaiah Kempf threw a pair of touchdown passes and rushed for another as Georgetown pounded Davidson 42-6 on Saturday.
The Hoyas scored five unanswered touchdowns. Kempf was 16 of 23 for 185 yards and two touchdowns, including a 22-yard pass to Jake DeCicco and a 6-yarder to Daniel Sprotte. The backfield added a pair of touchdowns, a 2-yard run by Nick Campanella and a 12-yard run by Dalen Claytor. Kempf took the ball in from 15 yards in the last minutes to score a final touchdown.
The Georgetown defense held the Tigers to just 76 rushing yards. A 24-yard interception return for a touchdown by the Hoyas' Dustin Wharton brought the game to 21-6 at halftime.
This was the first game for Tigers head coach Paul Nichols, a former Davidson starting QB and, at 32, the second-youngest head coach in NCAA Division I football.
South Carolina has decided to give up Saturday's home game against No. 7 LSU because of devastating floods that have hit the state, moving the game to Baton Rouge.
Texas says longhorn steer mascot Bevo XIV has a "life-threatening condition" and won't travel to Dallas for the team's rivalry game Saturday against No. 10 Oklahoma at the Cotton Bowl.
West Virginia All-Big 12 safety Karl Joseph is out for the remainder of the season after injuring his knee during a non-contact drill in Tuesday's practice.
Rutgers has reinstated senior wide receiver Leonte Carroo a day after an assault charge against him was dropped.
Ole Miss cornerback Tee Shepard, who missed all of last season with a toe injury, has decided to give up football and focus on completing his college degree.
UCLA junior linebacker Myles Jack has withdrawn from school and will enter the NFL draft, making the decision just weeks after suffering a season-ending knee injury.