WASHINGTON -- Herman Moultrie III rushed for 135 yards and made one touchdown catch, helping Georgetown beat Bucknell 14-3 on Saturday.
It was his first career 100-yard rushing game, and the first by a Hoya since last season against Bucknell.
Gunther Johnson passed for 93 yards and a score for Georgetown (5-5, 4-1 Patriot League). He also rushed for 30 yards and a touchdown. Xavier Reddick made his second interception of the season to give the Hoyas possession early in the fourth quarter.
Johnson's 4-yard run gave Georgetown a 7-0 lead and his 22-yard connection with Moultrie made it 14-3 late in the third quarter.
Bucknell was held to 27 yards in the first quarter and 60 by halftime. The Bison finished with 153 yards.
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