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Georgetown Hoyas (1-10)


Sat. 9/1 Sat. 9/8 Sat. 9/15 Sat. 9/22 Sat. 9/29
@ Marist
TBA
vs. Camp
TBA
@ Dart
TBA
vs. Colum
TBA
@ Brown
TBA

FCS primer for the 2018 NFL Draft

(STATS) - NFL Draft prospect Taron Johnson originally signed at Weber State to play wide receiver. He was the one who wanted to switch to cornerback, and convinced the coaching staff about it.

That sums up how FCS players try to make it to the next level - being versatile and making the most of any opportunity.

Some will switch positions, some will contribute on special teams, but they all seem to enter the NFL feeling they have to do more than their counterparts from the FBS. Certainly less exposed than FBS players, the FCS players aren't necessarily smaller or slower - although there is the perception - but there is a sense of being disrespected and underrated.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: G. Johnson1026
Passing TDs: G. Johnson4
Rushing Yards: G. Johnson258
Rushing TDs: G. Johnson4
Receiving Yards: M. Dereus696
Receiving TDs: M. Dereus5
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2018
Date Opponent Result / Time
9/1 at Marist TBA
9/8 vs. Campbell TBA
9/15 at Dartmouth TBA
9/22 vs. Columbia TBA
9/29 at Brown TBA
10/6 at Fordham TBA
10/13 at Lafayette TBA
10/20 vs. Lehigh TBA
10/27 at Colgate TBA
11/10 vs. Bucknell TBA
11/17 vs. Holy Cross TBA
Patriot League
  Conference Overall
Lehigh 5-1 5-7
Colgate 5-1 7-4
Lafayette 3-3 3-8
Holy Cross 3-3 4-7
Fordham 3-3 4-7
Bucknell 2-4 5-6
Georgetown 0-6 1-10
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 2667 (119)
Passing Yards: 2009 (86)
Rushing Yards: 658 (121)
Points per game: 12.5 (121)
Yards per game: 242.5 (119)
Touchdowns: 15 (120)
Field Goals: 5 (111)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 4156 (60)
Passing Yards: 2534 (76)
Rushing Yards: 1622 (49)
Points per game: 27.2 (71)
Yards per game: 377.8 (69)
Touchdowns: 34 (56)
Field Goals: 13 (104)
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