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Georgia State breaks away late, beats Army 31-14


WEST P0INT, N.Y. (AP) — Darren Grainger ran for a touchdown and threw for another as Georgia State repelled Army for a 31-14 win, the Panthers’ first of the season. After a Michael Hayes field goal opened the scoring, a shanked punt gave the ball back to the Panthers (1-4) at the Army 38 with Grainger scoring on a 13-yard keeper. Jamyest Williams’ 33-yard burst up the middle was good for a 17-0 halftime lead after Army turned the ball over on downs. After Army closed within three in the second half, the Panthers scored two late touchdowns.

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