ATLANTA (AP) -- Tevin Washington ran for three touchdowns and threw a 70-yard scoring pass to Zach Laskey on Georgia Tech's first snap, setting up an early barrage of big plays as the Yellow Jackets beat Virginia 56-20 on Saturday. Washington's backup at quarterback, Vad Lee, added to the rout with two touchdown runs. Georgia Tech's spread-option offense overwhelmed the Cavaliers with three gains of 60 yards or longer on its first four plays. After Washington's long scoring pass to Laskey, Orwin Smith had a 77-yard touchdown run on the second play of Georgia Tech's next possession. Washington started the third possession with a 60-yard rush to set up his 1-yard touchdown run. Georgia Tech (2-1, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) kept up the high-scoring pace with 1-yard scoring runs by Washington and Lee in the second quarter for a 35-7 halftime lead. Virginia (2-1, 0-1) was held to 98 yards rushing. One year ago, the Cavaliers ran for 274 yards and held the ball 30 minutes in a 24-21 win over the Yellow Jackets. Georgia Tech scored 50 or more points in an ACC game for the first time since beating Wake Forest 52-20 on Oct. 14, 2000. The 56 points were the third-highest total for the Yellow Jackets in an ACC game. Smith had six carries for 137 yards. Laskey's long touchdown came on his first career catch. He ran for 43 yards and did not return after suffering a shoulder injury in the first half. Virginia's first touchdown came on Michael Rocco's 19-yard pass to tight end Jake McGee in the first quarter. Rocco completed 15 of 25 passes for 143 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. Phillip Sims replaced Rocco in the fourth quarter and threw two scoring passes -- a 22-yard touchdown pass to E.J. Scott and a 1-yarder to Zachary Swanson on the final play of the game. Sims completed 6 of 8 passes for 56 yards and two touchdowns. Another bright spot for Virginia was sophomore tailback Khalek Shepherd, who had a 72-yard kickoff return, a 22-yard catch and four carries for 33 yards. Washington's third touchdown run, a 12-yarder, pushed Georgia Tech's lead to 42-7 in the third quarter. Washington sat out the remainder of the game. With Lee at quarterback, Matt Connors had a 32-yard scoring run early in the fourth quarter. The 49-7 lead gave the Yellow Jackets their most points in the series with Virginia. Lee added a 41-yard touchdown run with 5:56 remaining. Washington completed 6 of 8 passes for 125 yards and a touchdown. He had 11 carries for 93 yards and matched his career high with the three scoring runs. Perry Jones, who had 149 yards rushing against Georgia Tech last year, had five carries for 15 yards.
NEWARK, N.J. – Angel Delgado collected his 11th consecutive double-double, the 47th of his career, and Seton Hall came from behind to post a 62-59 win over Georgetown Tuesday night.
Delgado now has surpassed 1,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds for the Pirates, who have won six of their last eight games. He has reached double digits in points and rebounds in 24 of his 29 games this season.
Seton Hall entered the game in a four-way tie for fourth place in the Big East with one game remaining -- at Butler Saturday.
Delgado gave Seton Hall the lead on a layup with 1:12 to play that made it 60-59. Khadeen Carrington added two free throws with 18 seconds remaining.
Desi Rodriguez led the Pirates (19-10, 9-8) with 27 points while Delgado added 12 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to set the conference single season rebounding mark.
L.J. Peak led Georgetown (14-16, 5-12) with 15 points, with Rodney Prior adding another 11.
PISCATAWAY, N.J. – Damonte Dodd scored six points inside in a 17-6 spurt to start the second half and Maryland avoided its first four-game losing streak since the 2004-05 season with a 79-59 victory over Rutgers on Tuesday night.
Dodd had all nine of his points and six of his seven rebounds in the second half as the Terrapins (23-7, 11-6 Big Ten) won for only the third time in eight games. The skid took Maryland out of the top 25.
Maryland did not put a scorer into double figures until Ivan Bender (10 points) scored on a layup with 4:07 to play. Melo Trimble led the Terps with 11 points and L.G. Gill had 10.
Mike Williams had 14 points to lead Rutgers (13-17, 2-15), which has lost six in a row and 16 of 18. C.J. Gettys added 12 points and Deshawn Freeman had 11.
Leading 32-28 at the half, Maryland took control after Gettys cut the lead to two points with a basket.
Dodd scored on a layup, Kevin Huerter and Trimble hit 3-pointers and Dodd scored on a follow to make it 42-30. After consecutive baskets by Williams cut the lead to 42-34, Dodd scored on a slam, Huerter hit a jumper and Dion Wiley hit a 3-pointer to make it 49-34 and Rutgers trailed by double figures the rest of the way.