HANOVER, N.H. -- Derek Kyler threw for 177 yards and a touchdown and Dartmouth's defense stifled Georgetown 41-0 in the Big Green's season opener on Saturday.
After a pair of Connor Davis field goals, Kyler threw a 31-yard touchdown score to Hunnicutt for a 13-0 lead. Before halftime, Kyler ran it in from five yards finishing a 9-play, 45-yard drive.
The Big Green limited the Hoyas to 112 yards total offense on 46 plays; just 2.43 yards per play. Georgetown (1-2) ran the ball 22 times for 40 yards and entered the final quarter with two rushing yards. Gunther Johnson threw for 70 yards for Georgetown.
After a 39-14 win against Marist on Sept. 1, the Hoyas have generated just 366 yards and eight points in their last two games.
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