PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Connor Degenhardt threw for 315 yards and four touchdowns, Domenic Cozier and Peter Oliver each ran for scores and Holy Cross cashed in on two interceptions to beat Brown 47-31 on Saturday in the teams' first meeting since 2014.
Degenhardt completed 20 of 30 passes and put the Crusaders (3-3) up for good, 20-14, on a 69-yard toss to Ayir Asante in the second quarter and later hit Asante on a 5-yard scoring pass.
Andrew Bolton's 2-yard run, set up by Cooper De Veau's fumble recovery on a punt return, put the Bears up 14-13, but Degenhardt hit Asante for the go-ahead TD and later hit Spencer Gilliam on a 2-yard TD pass in the third quarter and a 72-yarder in the fourth. Gilliam had 10 catches for 128 yards.
Perry, 25 of 49 for 237 yards with three interceptions, threw TD passes of 8 and 57 yards to Scott Boylan for the Bears (1-3).
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