Recap: Princeton 50, Georgetown 22
Princeton 50, Georgetown 22: Quinn Epperly ran for a career-high four touchdowns to lead the Tigers over the host Hoyas.Brian Mills led Princeton with 110 rushing yards on 11 carries, including a 53-yard touchdown run, and Roman Wilson found the end zone from 3 yards out for the Tigers (1-1), who beat Georgetown for the first time since 1923. Epperly totaled 69 yards on five carries, becoming the first Princeton player to rush for four scores since Keith Elias in 1993.Isiah Kempf threw for 161 yards on 17-of-34 passing for the Hoyas (1-4), who have dropped three in a row and five of their last six, dating back to last season. Nick Campanella accounted for Georgetown's only two offensive touchdowns, rumbling over the goal line from a yard out on two separate occasions.Epperly opened the scoring for the Tigers just 2:13 into the game and Matt Landry was successful on the two-point conversion to give Princeton an 8-0 lead out of the gate. Campanella's first touchdown put the Hoyas in position to tie the score but Kempf's two-point conversion attempt was intercepted.Cameron Gamble scooped up a fumble and returned it 20 yards for a touchdown on the ensuing series but Georgetown was once again unsuccessful on the two-point try, putting a damper on its only lead of the ballgame at 12-8. Epperly and Mills followed with rushing touchdowns 2:18 apart to open up a 22-12 lead, and the Tigers outscored the Hoyas 28-10 down the stretch to coast to their first win of the season.